Your Fly Guys is, by every definition, exists as an emaciated skeleton of a company.
We are limited in resources and cash. What we have as currency is time, drive, and fear of failure. All of this can be far more threatening than investments and collateral, in the right hands.
So, it may come as a surprise that we have hired our first employee: Silvia.
She just so happens to be a beautiful woman, as well.
It feels great to have a girl in the office.
She provides balance to the sometimes unbridled and irresponsible tendencies that come with working alongside a gamer nerd with a propensity for wild hair and a completely insane owner with an unadulterated stream of verbalized consciousness.
She sorta ties the room together.
Testosterone can fool, even the providers of it, a false sense of drive sprinkled, with self-motivated and ‘acceptable-enough’ know how.
We needed a touch that only a woman can provide.
We did not interview many candidates. In fact, I feel like she found us and, despite our newness and squirrelly demeanor, she saw something in us and wanted to be a part of it.
*Cue the documentary footage, “ of her first day or even better, the moment she finds out that we operate from a makeshift office that is actually a bedroom converted into workspace, complete with a futon we call Jeoffrey and a bad-ass processing computer.
*Please refer to the aforementioned, maybe overlooked, comment about our CTO James being a nerd.*
Nerd is a compliment reserved for the big thinkers, the risk takers, the motivators. All of which describe our CTO, James. I look forward to to the day I’m allowed to wear this badge as proudly as he does.
Now this is where things take an unconventional turn….
I’m about to describe our newest employee in a way that could perhaps offend and discriminate, but, I want to say what I want to say about our proud first hire.
I also figure that full-disclosure in our inception is better that waiting until we are huge and raising the collective eyebrows.
She is smoking hot!
Dark skin. Hard Body, Slender legs.
She does what you ask of her with no beef. In fact, she prefers to be bossed around.
Did I mention her body? Your dad wouldn’t be mad at you bringing her around.
She knows you’re checking her out, but she doesn’t make a big deal out of it.
She knows she’s hot.
She is approachable, but proud. Distinguished enough to know what she has, but humble enough to be coy.
There are weaknesses. Her work day is limited by your ability to feed her energy, but don't get discouraged. She has very little needs beyond our ability to keep her assimilated and safe.
Do these things and she can show you the world.
Perhaps this is not the best way to discuss our newest employee, but we have never pretended to be the best, nor most tactful enough to dodge the inevitable insults that come with having a lady on staff.
She is steady and ready. She never complains. Actually, hardly talks, at all.
She simply does what we tell her with a prowess normally reserved for the big cats of the Savanna.
She is a lot like your dad. Refuses to ask for directions, but always finds her way home.
Wanna meet her?
Meet the illusive Silvia: