Last updated July 31st 2016
By Mia Deych, Mark Levy, and Aaron Pomerantz
Last Updated 7/26/2016 at 3:10 PM
(DISCLAIMER: TODAY THE FREIER IS TOTALLY NOT SAFE FOR WORK!)
Tel Aviv, Rothschild: Recently, a woman posted on Secret Tel Aviv seeking a roommate under…… “special conditions”. The Daily Freier was going to try to explain the post, but whatever we say won’t do it justice:
Anyhoo, Secret Tel Aviv being Secret Tel Aviv, the readers reacted with a mixture of shock and anger that….. JUST KIDDING….. the men of Tel Aviv went on Full RED ALERT and sprang into action, replying with such important questions as:
- Does the apartment have a dishwasher?
- As a flatmate, I can also bring a kitten.
- Pick Me I’m Jewish!
- Can I bring my Barbie Dolls?
- Keep Kosher?
Despite the story seemingly an innocent request for a live-in sex object, the truth is farmore sinister: the entire set-up was simply a ruse by a woman who works in the Human Resources section of a prominent FOREX company in Ramat Gan, and the men who responded found themselves not in a Get-Your-Freak-On scenario, but a Binary Options Job Interview. The Daily Freier waited outside the Apartment and conducted Exit Interviews with the traumatized men of Tel Aviv as they learned the bitter truth.
As he left her apartment, local guy Shai (from the coffee kiosk) said “I’m into experiments, but this pushed my boundaries WAY too far. I might be a submissive, but I’m not into Cold-Calling torture!”
We then spoke with recent French Oleh David as he skulked away in shame. “I walked into the interview thinking I was, how do you say, ‘Overqualified? ‘ Because I am… French? I’m into bondage, not Binary Bondage.”
Yet there was somebody who DID seem OK with the arrangement, but wished to remain anonymous. The Daily Freier asked the Mystery Man if he had any comments. “Yeah, can you adjust my leather collar? It’s itchy.”
We actually volunteered to check out all of the details of the arrangement. They DO pay for lunch and breakfast. There ARE good showers. If you work night-shift, there ARE beds. The only thing we couldn’t figure out was…..uhhhhh….. this: