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Would You Let Your 14 Year Old Daughter Work Here?

I know the Storm Kaden working at Hooter controversy has past, but I still am not sure why her parents think it is an OK place for her to work. Maybe it is the price of fame that you will be perved at by men.

Call me old fashioned but I don’t think 14 or 15 year old girls know how vulnerable they are.

However Hooters did a 9/11 tribute here, and even if Storm is wearing the t-shirt and shorts they still seem a bit tight.

To be fair I have never been to a Hooters restaurant in Australia so I am unclear whether the uniforms are different. Commenters have said it is a family eating establishment. My understanding is that families are 10 per cent of their business.

Don’t worry female readers I am looking for gratuitous shots of six packs on YouTube to link as well…..


1 Mia { 09.12.11 at 11:51 am }

No way in hell would ever I let my daughter work at Hooters (at ANY age).

And I’m sorry, I don’t know what kind of family the people who are suggesting that Hooters is family-friendly grew up in, but the very name Hooters does not imply that it’s a wholesome, clean cut establishment (unless mum and the kids love norks as much as daddy does too).

2 Moo { 09.12.11 at 1:17 pm }

My ex-boyfriend’s sister used to work at Hooters when she was 15-years-old and she quite enjoyed it there. The whole family were supportive of her too.

As long as she was happy and felt comfortable/safe, that’s all that mattered.

3 Culinary Boner { 09.13.11 at 12:39 pm }

Their motto is “Hooters makes your mouth happy!”
But what about the food?