Have you ever wished you could
stuff as many chocolates as possible into your mouth work in a chocolate factory, a la Lucille Ball?
What if you worked in a chocolate museum? (Ah yes, quite the novel idea.)
You could be a crotchety old woman selling tickets and throwing chocolate samples at American students.
You could have access to a gilded, cacao nut-studded chocolate fountain.
You could have the most envied job in the factory: tying bags of chocolates while people stare at you all day. (Jealous yet?)
You could remind over-zealous visitors that no, they cannot touch the windmill of death, a.k.a. the-machine-that-evenly-distributes-chocolate-in-a-mold.
You could wear cool hats and complain to your coworkers about how people, who are pretending to be covert, are always taking pictures of you (and that would be…me. Sorry I’m not sorry.).
(I waiting for the part where the conveyer belts speeds up and they have to get rid of the extra bonbons by throwing them at the bystanders. Unfortunately, this did not happen.)
And if you get tired, you could always take a break.
But, the best part of it all: you could witness the inane actions of American college students in the museum. What more could you want?
So, what are you waiting for? Put in your application now!