Some Hooters Girls start blogs during their employment with the company. Most who do, start them at the beginning of their journey into the “delightfully tacky, yet unrefined” world of breasts and Buffalo wings.
Cristin Azure is best-known by fans of The Walking Dead as a featured “walker” on the third and fourth seasons of the hit AMC show. Playing walkers have been among her more visually unglamourous roles, but still challenging and noteworthy, nonetheless.
Over the past few years, I’ve spoken candidly with several current and former Hooters Girls about their experiences on the job and their reasons for working at the popular restaurant chain with the double-entendre name.
Born and raised in Tokyo, import model Coco Komatsu was brought to my attention by another very talented lady, model, artist, and designer April Syrup, whom I had the pleasure of interviewing last year Coco began her modeling career in
After becoming the poster girl for the first Hooters restaurant in 1983, Lynne Austin, began working there as a server. The owners believed it would be a great draw to have the actual Hooters poster girl working there.
While researching Hooters restaurants in Asia for last month’s entry on Japanese Hooters girls, I happened across some photos of 24-year-old student and former Seoul Hooters Girl, “Jessie.” Very friendly and outgoing, Jessie (her “Hooters Girl name,” not her real
When Hooters opened up its first Japanese franchise in October of 2010 in Tokyo’s Akasaka Plaza, Japan became the sixth Asian country to have a Hooters franchise. Here are some of the girls who are now known as the original Japanese Hooters Girls.
Halle the Hooters Girl was a short-lived comic book character that was the brainchild of entrepreneur Susy Johnson. Unfortunately, the buxom blonde chicken wing-serving heroine was so short lived, you’re looking at the cover of the one and only issue.
In January, the Hooters restaurant chain opened a franchise in Seoul, making South Korea the fourth Asian country with a Hooters restaurant. The other three being China (with three), Singapore, and Taiwan. Though most of the Korean Hooters girls may
Better Than Beer was a Hooters rip-off sports bar & grill that had a franchise in Seoul’s Itaewon district. The author paid a visit to that establishment and gives his review in this article, which was originally published in 2005.