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This company will pay you $50 an hour to party all night - as long as you don't drink

This company will pay you $50 an hour to party all night - as long as you don't drink

Swedish beverage company Gnista Spirits is offering a fully-paid trip to party in Sweden, so long as you manage to stay sober.

Do you like to drop it like it's hot? Uptown funk it up? Get it on till the early morn? Well, the answer might be yes, but would you still be up to party all night if you were sober? If your answer is still yes, then this "job" could be right up your alley. Gnista Spirits, the people behind "the world’s first non-alcoholic spirit that truly resembles a fine spirit." is looking for a professional partier to dance the night away - and get paid for it - as long as they stay sober all through the night. If you think you're up to the challenge, read on, you party animal.

 



 

 

The Swedish beverage company is looking for two "enthusiastic party animals" to test out their products. Could you have just as much fun drinking their mocktails as you would if you were drunk? They're about to put that to the test, and hopefully, you can get involved too. While their products have already been tested for taste and approved by "a number of established bartenders and industry experts," they want to know if they can recreate the "feeling" of being tipsy. So, they're willing to fly you and a friend out to Stockholm, Sweden, and pay for your whole stay if you can last from 8 pm to 3 am over a weekend - all without even a drop of alcohol.

 

The only thing they're looking for in the ideal candidate is "extensive prior experience of partying." In addition to this, you should have "a can-do mentality, know a few dance steps, and thrive in a fast-paced environment." The beverage company affirms, "Please note that a true passion for nightlife and the right mindset is more important than the perfect set of skills. People who prefer to snuggle up with a good book shouldn’t bother: This position is for you who more or less live for the weekends." Some other things that might set you apart are being single and ready to mingle, outgoing, and fluent in English and/or Swedish.



 

 

Some of the essential duties include making at least one Gnista-Tonic for yourself and a friend at the hotel - that is, Stockholm’s coolest hotel Downtown Camper, which they'll pay for - and then heading to the bar of Gnista's choice. There, you'll be expected to drink "non-alcoholic cocktails made out of Gnista until dawn." That's your first shift, which starts at 8 pm and ends at 3 am the next morning. The second shift starts at 11 am, when you'll have to "summarise your experience over a sumptuous beast breakfast." So, to round it off, that's a fully-paid trip to and stay in Sweden, a night out on the town, and additional per-hour perks? Damn. To sign up, all you have to do is send an application to Gnista Spirits via their website. Good luck, folks!

 

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