Banker Bro Now Hiring Frat Dudes With Hot 'Slampieces' [Updated]Anna Breslaw8/03/13 2:00pmFiled to: emailsfrat brobanker brodouchebagsamazingterriblesexist30712EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkThis is an email from a person to his fraternity listserv. We're gonna jump right into it.Advertisement(If you are unfamiliar with the term "slampiece," please refer to Romeo & Juliet, Act I, Scene V: "What slampiece is that, which doth / enrich the hand / of yonder knight?")All emphasis ours, obviously.Advertisement——- Forwarded Message ——-From: firstname.lastname@example.orgTo: email@example.comSent: Fri, 09 Dec 2011 13:35:13 -0800 (PST)Subject: Great Job Opportunity - PLEASE READBrothers,As some of you may already know, I have been interested in the world of finance for some time. After a series of summer internships, however, I have somehow found myself without a full-time job offer for the upcoming year. Fuckin' Obama's fault for strangling this economy.Luckily, due to the tough job market, my dad has agreed to let me access my trust fund early (mid 7-figures) to start a relatively small hedge fund, ___ Ventures, after graduation. I'm emailing you guys today to let you know that, for the rest rest of the year, I will be recruiting 2 full-time employees and 1 intern to help me get this off the ground.With my financial expertise, help from my powerful father and connections, and a skilled team, I have no doubt that this fund will rise quickly to prominence. We'll all get filthy rich and, inevitably, bag hot slampieces. If possible, I'd love to give all 3 of these positions to my brothers.Although you would technically be working for me, I like to think of it more as a team effort. I know that my education and background qualifies me to lead a venture of this sort, and I would really appreciate your support. Below are the job descriptions. If interested, please email me a resume, cover letter, and paragraph describing why you would be excited to work with me.Position 1: Lead Investment Analyst-Because I will spend most of my time networking, raising money, and handshaking with industry bigwigs, I need someone with a strong quant background to take care of the majority of actual analysis.-Finance experience preferred but not required-Compensation: Low six figures with benefitsPostion 2: Office Manager/Secretary-Although this may not sound like the most prestigious role within a fund, someone needs to hand the day-to-day operations and while I and my Lead Investment Analyst conduct strategies to make us all rich. This person would also be in charge of hiring hot secretaries for us to ogle (and possibly slam) during the workday.-Detail oriented person needed-Compensation: $70,000 base with benefits (like working close with a slampiece)Position 3: Intern/Pledge-This position is available to all sophomores and juniors. Think of it like pledging my hedge fund (so xxx and xxx need not apply)-I will judge this position primarily based on how hard you pledged and how I rate your slampiece pulling ability-Compensation: $25/hr with a good opportunity for full-time employment post graduation.I'm really excited to get this going, and I hope some of you will be joining me. Let me know if you have any questions at all.Sincerely,xxx________________________The information in this email is most likely totally worthless and lacking of any benefit to society and/or anyone in particular. If you received this communication in error, then please immediately delete all of your saved porn & energetically beat yourself about the head. All other more intelligent actions taken in response to this information are prohibited, so there.This a real-life email from a person who is not Sack Lodge from Wedding Crashers, but an actual human being who has numerals at the end of his name. I have taken to The Google and found out who his father is; it is not a surprise.UPDATE: According to a tipster, the email is a prank — but a slightly more complicated one, if the story is to be believed. Hacked email accounts and dark listserv majick, etc. More here.