Misti Vaughan is Playboy’s Employee of the Month August 2009
As always Playboy asks all the tough questions!
Playboy: So you’re a teacher. Any particular grades?
Misti: I’m certified to teach grades one through eight. I’m… switching districts this fall so I have no idea what grade I’ll be teaching next. Last year I taught second grade.
Playboy: Does it register with boys that age that they have a hot teacher?
Misti: Actually, yes. They’re nicer to me and give me lots of hugs. Plus they seem to want to listen to me more and work harder to please me so I’m proud of them.
Playboy: Well, boys will be boys. Speaking of which, how do their dads react to you at parent-teacher conferences?
Misti: I’ve never gotten the feeling that any of them are attracted to me. Most of the time it’s the mothers who respond to my looks. Usually they’re surprised. Everyone has this perception of what an elementary school teacher should look like, and I’m not it!
Playboy: No, you’re not. But in a perfect world, you would be! Do you dress down for work?
Misti: Yes. I wear my hair up, no makeup, and dress as conservatively and “plain Jane” as possible. I end up looking like the girl next door.
Playboy: In that case, you’ll fit right in with the rest of our models.
Misti: I’ve wanted to be in Playboy since I was a little girl. I just hope it doesn’t get me in trouble at school. But if it does, I don’t care. It’ll have been worth it!
Cheri Leah is this months Playboys Employee of the Month for June 2009
PLAYBOY: How do we pronounce your name? CHERI: Like the fruit.
PLAYBOY:… Sweet. What is it that you do?
CHERI: I’m a trip coordinator. I schedule flights for rich people at a private hangar.
PLAYBOY: So when they come to your office….
CHERI: No, it’s all done over the phone. I don’t meet the clients.
PLAYBOY: You mean they don’t use a pretty girl like you to drum up business?
CHERI: I guess they don’t need to. It’s great for me. I can just roll out of bed, throw on sweatpants and head to work.
PLAYBOY: Well, you do have a sexy phone voice and a cute name.
CHERI: At least my name isn’t something boring like Sarah. I like having this crazy name. Thanks, Dad!
PLAYBOY: Craziest thing you’ve done?
CHERI: Sex on the beach.
PLAYBOY: In the sand?
CHERI: Nope. Cheri on top.
Danielle Fornarelli is Playboy’s Employee of the Month February 2009
Occupation: Pizzeria Owner
From the exclusive Playboy interview:
Playboy: You work at a pizzeria?
Danielle: Not just a pizzeria—it’s a Chicago chain called Pizza-Ria. I cofounded it in the early 2000s, and in the years since, I’ve sold off some of the restaurants to friends and family.
Playboy: Wow, you started young.
Danielle: When I was 21 I owned nine restaurants.
Playboy: What’s your best feature?
Danielle: Two things that are big and real—my lips.
Nelley Miall is Playboy‘s Employee of the Month January 2009
Normally when you think of a beautiful babe backing it up, you’re not picturing an 18-wheeler, but that is exactly what Nelley Miall does!
This tough trucker chick isn’t intimidated by the male-dominated field. In fact, Nelley likes to have fun with it. She admits to Playboy that she has not only done some flashing while on the road, but even had sex in the cab once – while driving!
If you think her confession is hot, just take a look at her body…
She gives new meaning to the old saying “honk if you’re horny”!
Lara Haworth is Playboy‘s Employee of the Month for August 2007. Here’s an exclusive Playboy interview:
Playboy: What does your job entail?
Lara: I’m Ron Rice’s secretary, friend, nurse and frequent party date. I go to his house every day to take care of things, like his travel, medications, errands and finances. I’m his right hand.
Playboy: His right hand, eh?
Lara: Yes, but before you read too much into that, remember the right hand is the clean hand. The right hand also doesn’t know what the left hand does.
Playboy: Understood. We’re sure Rice does fine for himself.
Lara: I’ve seen girls fight each other to sit on his lap!
Playboy: What’s your favorite part of the gig?
Lara: Traveling to beautiful places and planning parties.
Playboy: You seem to have a busy job. How do you find time to keep that lovely Hawaiian Tropic tan?
Lara: We have a tanning bed in the house. If I’m too busy to use it, when someone asks me why I’m not bronze, I tell them our sunscreen is just really effective.
Playboy: You have found time to stay in terrific shape.
Lara: Thanks. I’m an athletic girl, which keeps my body toned. My idea of a perfect Sunday is to play football, but if I can’t play it, I’ll sit down, drink beer and watch football on TV.
Joy Glass is Playboy‘s Employee of the Month for July 2007. Here’s an exclusive Playboy interview:
Playboy: What do you do?
Joy: I’m a nursing assistant. I’m basically the eyes and ears for the nurses working with Alzheimer’s patients. Day to day the patients may not recall who you are specifically, but they remember if they like you and smile when they see you.
Playboy: Can you give us an example of one of your duties?
Joy: If a patient can’t get to the shower, I’ll give him or her a sponge bath. I was sponging one guy when his wife came in and jokingly said, “What are you doing, cheating on me?” He just looked at her and said, “First come, first served.”
Playboy: So you can’t be put off by nudity.
Joy: I never have been. Maybe it’s because my family is from Europe. We’re all very comfortable with nudity. My mom is from Madrid, and Dad was in the Air Force — got himself a cute little Spanish wife, as I like to say.
Playboy: Have you found a Dr. McDreamy?
Joy: I’m more of a House or Scrubs person. If a guy can make me laugh, he can have my heart.
Playboy: Ever dressed up as a naughty nurse?
Joy: This past Halloween I wore one of those sexy little outfits you get at a costume store. But I didn’t use the cheap stethoscope that came with it — I have my own.
Laura Nichole is Playboy‘s Employee of the Month for June 2007. Here’s an exclusive Playboy interview:
Playboy: How did you become a wedding planner?
Laura: I used to model wedding dresses, and a wedding planner invited me to join her company. It sounded like fun.
Playboy: We must plead ignorance of this particular field. What exactly do you do?
Laura: I assist the bride with every detail: the venue, decorations, food and dress. On the big day I keep things running smoothly so the family can relax and enjoy the wedding.
Playboy: Do all brides wear white?
Laura: White isn’t the norm anymore; the whole purity thing is over. I’ve had a couple of brides say, “I’m not wearing a white dress, because I’m not a virgin.”
Playboy: What’s it like dealing with brides-to-be?
Laura: It’s fun, and most brides get very giddy — but of course I get the occasional bridezilla.
Playboy: Do you like what you do?
Laura: Yeah. I’m invited to a party every weekend. I get to dress up, eat catered food and dance. I always dance. I just like to move my body.
Playboy: Have you already planned your own wedding?
Laura: I have an idea of what I’d want it to look like, but so far I have yet to meet the man to sweep me off my feet.
Brittani Lantz is Playboy‘s Employee of the Month for May 2007. Here’s an exclusive Playboy interview:
Playboy: What do you do?
Brittani: I’m a hairdresser at Supercuts. I started as a receptionist, then got my cosmetology license. I’ve been cutting hair ever since.
Playboy: Do you cut mostly women’s hair?
Brittani: No, my clientele is actually about 80 percent male. A lot of men request me and get their hair cut every two weeks or once a month. The tips are good.
Playboy: We’re sure. Do the guys ever hit on you?
Brittani: I’ve been told my butt looks good in anything. It’s not fat, but it jiggles. Often I’ll catch customers checking out my butt in the mirror.
Playboy: Have you ever given a bad haircut?
Brittani: No, not yet. When guys ask for a weird haircut, I can usually talk them out of it. I do get a lot of customers who want a mullet. I always joke that I want to cut the back off, but I never do.
Playboy: What do you do for fun?
Brittani: I like to do wheelies on my dirt bike. It’s pink.
Janie Andrews is Playboy‘s Employee of the Month for April 2007. Here’s an exclusive Playboy interview:
Playboy: How does mortgage brokering work?
Janie: I call a client and try to get him a lower interest rate than the one he’s paying. It sounds boring, but I love it.
Playboy: What does it pay?
Janie: I can easily make $10,000 a month. I work to be independent and have fun on my own time. I’m all business at my job, and I go wild after hours — it’s as if I have an alter ego.
Playboy: We guess your work attire is different from what you wear when you go out to play.
Janie: At work I wear big clothes and keep my hair pulled back — the sexy librarian look. When I go out, it’s big hair and small clothes. I’m five-foot-10, so I wear short skirts to show off my legs.
Playboy: Please tell us you show off other parts, too.
Janie: Yes, I love my double Ds.
Playboy: Who doesn’t?
Janie: Ha! They do make it easier for me to close the deal.
Playboy: What do you like to do when you’re out on the town?
Janie: Dance at clubs. Sometimes I’ll wear a blonde wig just to be mysterious. I love change, which is why I can’t be in a committed relationship. I understand why guys don’t like sleeping with the same person all the time — I don’t either.
Ann Reinoehl is Playboy‘s Employee of the Month for March 2007. Here’s an exclusive Playboy interview:
Playboy: What does working in the big house entail?
Ann: You have to keep your eye on about 100 people. We have male and female inmates. There’s a lot of movement as the convicts are shifted around from classes to services to feeding to recreation and showers.
Playboy: You watch the showers?
Ann: Yeah. There’s a lot of lesbian activity, but trust me, you do not want to see those women.
Playboy: Other than that, what colorful things do you see?
Ann: Well, there are fights, people getting shanked and suicides. That’s the nature of the job. You always have to watch. I sometimes refer to myself as a glorified babysitter.
Playboy: What made you get into this line of work?
Ann: I am not the secretary type. Before this I worked in a coal mine, and I also used to work at a steel mill.
Playboy: What do guys say when you tell them you are a corrections officer?
Ann: “Put on the cuffs.”
Playboy: Ever brought the cuffs home?
Ann: After a long day babysitting I use sex to relieve tension, and yes, I’ve used cuffs. They are uncomfortable, though. I suggest using a ripped T-shirt.
Jacquelyn Johnston is Playboy’s Employee of the Month for February 2007. Here’s an exclusive Playboy interview:
Playboy: So what do you do?
Jacquelyn: I’m in construction. I do a lot of carpentry. I frame, hang drywall, plaster, paint — the works.Playboy: So you go from store to store?
Playboy: We don’t come across too many construction workers who are women — let alone sexy.
Jacquelyn: Well, my sister actually works in construction too. And while I may be sexy, I should state that I am not girlie.
Playboy: Sorry — just noticing your fingernails.
Jacquelyn: I wear nails on the job. Once I dropped a two-by-four on my hand and broke all of them. But I don’t do my hair, which is good because most days I have to wear a hard hat.
Playboy: What’s more comfortable, worker’s jeans or lingerie?
Jacquelyn: Oh, I’m very comfortable in my own skin. This shoot was great except I spotted a carpentry mistake in the set design.
Playboy: Well, you’re a pro. What’s the best part of the job?
Jacquelyn: Definitely the demolition. I like nothing more than taking a sledgehammer or crowbar to a room. It relieves stress and is a great workout.
Playboy: Wow. What do you do to unwind?
Jacquelyn: I like to grab a six-pack of beer and head to the lake to go night fishing. See? I told you I’m not girlie.
Jo Garcia is Playboy’s Employee of the Month for January 2007. Here’s an exclusive Playboy interview:
Playboy: So what do you do?
Jo: I’m an account executive for a major cell-phone company. I liaise between the corporate office and stores like Best Buy.
Playboy: So you go from store to store?
Jo: The road is my office. I live out of my car. But I am always reachable on my BlackBerry — I call it a CrackBerry.
Playboy: Do you like electronics?
Jo: I was the ugly duckling when I was younger. My sister was a model. The ugly thing kept me at home, playing video games, fixing computers and even working on cars.
Playboy: There’s something sexy about a woman with skills.
Jo: So I’ve heard. When I meet guys and we discuss hobbies, they don’t believe I’m into technology and gaming. Then if they hang out with me, they’re blown away by my toys.
Playboy: Blown away by your…toys. Right.
Jo: I have had people I don’t know just flat-out ask me if my boobs are real. They are. I’m not a big fan of them because they’re too big for my frame, but everyone else seems to be.
Playboy:We’re still skeptical about the ugly-duckling story. You must get a lot of attention from men these days.
Jo: Actually, it’s been four months since a guy asked me out. I go to the movies by myself a lot.
Kristin Mullaney is Playboy’s Employee of the Month for December 2006. Here’s an exclusive Playboy interview:
Playboy: So what do you do?
Kristin: I’m a phlebotomist. I draw blood for testing.
Playboy: Can you spell phlebotomist?
Playboy: What led you to phlebotomy?
Kristin: I like caring for people, and I have a knack for finding a vein on the first try.
Playboy: How long did it take you to perfect your skill?
Kristin: Not long. I’m a natural. When I was in training, my dad let me poke him with needles for practice at home.
Playboy: Any horror stories?
Kristin: My very first patient passed out. I thought I’d killed him. Turns out he was diabetic and low on sugar.
Playboy: Do men act macho before you draw their blood?
Kristin: Some guys talk tough to impress me, but I’ve noticed that the bigger they are, the more they fear the needle.
Playboy: Do men notice your body when you’re on the job?
Kristin: My boobs do get some attention when I wear just a tank top under a lab coat. They’re real, and I’m proud of them. But usually I’m wearing a baggy pair of scrubs.
Playboy: What’s it like wearing scrubs to work?
Kristin: Fantastic. I get to wear pajamas all day.
Heather Filerino is Playboy’s Employee of the Month for November 2006. Here’s an exclusive Playboy interview:
Playboy: Says here you’re a bounty hunter.
Amy: I’m the bait. I’ll find a guy who has skipped bail and ask him if he wants to go on a date with me to a restaurant.
Playboy: And he’ll go, even if he has never met you?
Amy: Most of these guys are stupid. They tell themselves they must have met me when they were drunk or something.
Playboy: So he walks in and sees you. He’s pretty psyched.
Amy: He sits down, and I tell him, “I’m a bounty hunter, and I’m taking you in. You can come peacefully. Or you can try to run and the guys at the table over there will take you down.”
Playboy: What’s it like to date a tough girl like you?
Amy: I’m pretty passionate, and I think the man should be in control. I want to be thrown onto the bed and tossed around.
Playboy: Are you saying you like the rough stuff?
Amy: Not S&M but playful — pull my hair, smack my ass.
Playboy: What else should we know?
Amy: I do the best sexy Halloween costumes. It’s the one time you can go downtown and walk around with nothing on. One year my friends and I went as naughty Victoria’s Secret angels.
Playboy: Sounds like a costume for the Playboy Mansion.
Amy: I would love to be one of the Painted Ladies.
Playboy: We’ll see what we can do.
Amy Baker is Playboy’s Employee of the Month for October 2006. Here’s an exclusive Playboy interview:
Playboy: What do you do?
Amy: I’m a secretary in the financial management section of the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation. I also supervise other secretaries.
Playboy: Do you do the sexy-secretary look on the job?
Amy: I have to look classy because when I run errands over to the governor’s office, I’m representing my department. Away from work, I’m into tube tops with a short skirt and heels.
Playboy: What’s your best feature?
Amy: I’m very blessed — like my grandmother and my mom — with a natural 34D chest. They’re perky enough for me to wear a tube top without a bra. They stand right up.
Playboy: They make you proud, don’t they?
Amy: Someday, I know, I won’t be able to go without a bra. Nothing against bras, but it’s nice not to have to wear one.
Playboy: Where do you like to go on a date?
Amy: A jazz club — kicking back with a dirty martini and a cigar.
Playboy: What are you like in bed?
Amy: I’m a lady in the street and — this might sound horrible — a whore in bed. I’m not a conceited person, but I can toot my own horn in that area. I’m very giving. When a man pleases me, I’ll go above and beyond to please him. It pleases me to please him.
Tabitha Juneway is July’s Playboy Employee of the Month! Here’s her exclusive interview:
Playboy: Take us through your workday.
Tabitha: I’m not sure if you can call lying around work, but it does pay the bills. I lie there naked with banana leaves and sushi strategically placed on my body, and diners literally eat off me. It’s a little hedonistic, but everybody likes a little debauchery now and again — even if they don’t like sushi.
Playboy: Is there a word for what you do?
Tabitha: Nyotaimori, but we call it body sushi because it’s easier for people to remember when they make a reservation.
Playboy: Any occupational hazards?
Tabitha: Wasabi. I learned the hard way that it can soak through a banana leaf and burn your skin. And I once caught fire. There are candles around me, and when I was getting cleaned off, I sat up and my hair caught fire. One of the people at the restaurant put it out and saved my life. It was pretty embarrassing.
Playboy: Do you need special skills to be a sushi model?
Tabitha: You have to be able to lie perfectly still for an hour while sometimes being poked with chopsticks. It’s as if I’m the guy in the game Operation. You also have to take shallow breaths or the sushi will fly off your breasts.
Kelli Leigh is Playboy’s Employee of the Month for June 2006. Here’s an exclusive Playboy interview:
Playboy: What exactly do you do?
Kelli: I show model homes to customers so they can decide if they want the same layout for their house. We look at the floor plans and make any adjustments or customizations before we start building. Basically I make dreams come true.
Playboy: We bet you do. Had any fun requests recently?
Kelli: A guy put a beer tap in his sink. What a great idea.
Playboy: Do male clients ask if you come with the house?
Kelli: Walking into an empty house alone with a girl in a cute skirt is pretty intimate. They do try to pick me up sometimes.
Playboy: Have any of them succeeded?
Kelli: I’ve never done it with a customer, but I have used a model home to my benefit after hours.
Playboy: Do you use your sex appeal on the job?
Kelli: I always wear clothes that fit my body well. It looks more professional. Sometimes my breasts happen to show a little.
Playboy: Do you treat couples differently than bachelors?
Kelli: You have to sell to the women; ultimately they make the decisions. Women like the kitchen and the dining room — sounds clichéd, but it’s true. Men love the basement, the family room, the three-car garage. They love their man caves.
Jennifer Harrison is Playboy’s Employee of the Month for May! Here’s an exclusive interview with her:
Playboy: What line of work are you in?
Jennifer I am an orthodontic treatment coordinator. I help patients develop a plan for fixing their teeth.
Playboy: We noticed that you have a fairly perfect smile.
Jennifer: Thank you. Because kids are normally less than thrilled about getting braces, their parents will often point out my teeth to show them the results.
Playboy: Results? So you were once a brace face?
Jennifer: I was 12 and rebellious. I chewed gum to break my braces. They took them off early because I wouldn’t comply.
Playboy: Do you have any other features you like to show off?
Jennifer: Yes. I have very nice breasts, which I try to accentuate.
Playboy: Is your body an issue when you’re with a patient?
Jennifer: It can be. When patients come in for their initial consultation, I take what we call intraoral photos. I have to get extremely close to the patient’s face with the camera, and sometimes I’ll straddle him. It’s been brought to my attention that sometimes that’s too intimate, and I watch for it now.
Playboy: Do male patients bother you with cheesy lines?
Jennifer: Well, I’m in their mouth all day long–and I guess that’s better than the other way around–so they don’t have a lot to say. At least not a lot I can understand.
Seregon O’Dassey is Playboy‘s Employee of the Month for April
Playboy: So what is it that you do?
Seregon I’m working in a funeral home while I pursue my acting career — I just appeared in GhostWatcher II. I do pretty much everything from embalming to dressing and makeup.
Playboy: Does the job ever get to you?
Seregon: Acting helps me to shut off my emotions at work.
Playboy: What led you to work at a funeral home?
Seregon: I’m into the Goth scene, which is all about the reality that we don’t live in a happy-go-lucky world. The funeral business is reality too; it’s literally life and death. I am also interested in the mystery of what happens to us after we die.
Playboy: What other things intrigue you?
Seregon: I’m interested in S&M and bondage. The Marquis de Sade is one of my heroes. I think people should be able to do whatever they please regardless of whether it’s acceptable to society.
Playboy: We are required to ask this of all redheads. Does the carpet match the drapes?
Seregon: Technically no, because there is no carpet. I had a little design down there, but I didn’t have the time to keep it up. So now I’m bald. I think guys like it better that way.