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You and your partner can now get paid to test lingerie


One for people on the ‘naughty list’ (Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Who doesn’t love a freebie?

Even better, getting paid to test that freebie.

Couples can now cash in while trying to get sexy, as a British lingerie brand is looking for a couple to review items for Christmas.

The job pays £300 (£150 for each person) and requires the couple to help shortlist the best sexy underwear for their gift guide.

Unusual roles like this – such as food testers – pop up every year for Christmas as brands look to get honest feedback from consumers.

A little more spicy than Christmas sandwich tasting, this job asks for ‘festive flirtation’ and a ‘not so silent night’.

Pour Moi opened applications for their latest unusual job vacancy, titled Christmas Lingerie Testers.

Expect to test sets like this (Picture: Pour Moi)

All you need to be eligible to apple is to be in a loved-up relationship, over 18, ‘adventurous’ and with an openness to testing out styles.

The advert reads: ‘We are hiring for a new role that requires a fun, flirty and festive couple to test our sexy lingerie sets, and decide which would make the best Christmas gifts for someone special.’

Over a period of two weeks, the successful couple will test out items and record their thoughts.

As far as homework goes, this wouldn’t be laborious.

Michael Thomson, owner of Pour Moi, says: ‘We know that sexy lingerie is one of the most popular presents to give to that special someone at Christmas, and we want to get some feedback on our top products to find out which are the most perfect for putting under the Christmas tree. 

‘We’ve seen huge success with previous couple lingerie testing roles in the past, and it’s a really valuable way for us to understand how our products are used and learn if we can make any improvements – we’re excited to find the Christmassy couple up for this unique role.’

If you think you’re in with a shot, applications for the job will close on November 5.

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