Italian hygienist career opportunity?

by Eva Watson

Bored with Dental Hygiene?

Enter an exciting, new career as an International Companion!

Hello and welcome!  My name is Sophia Arrapato and I am the founder and CEO of ‘Italiano Scortares’, a Trans global company dedicated to servicing the needs of our exclusive clientele.

As a previous dental hygienist, I have treated many patients for over twenty years.  After my 18th year of removing plaque and calculus, I eagerly wanted to pursue a new career as an entrepreneur, specializing in carnal pleasure. It only took less than twenty-four hours to say to myself, “Ho, scoperto!  Sesso!”

It took intense market research and interviewing countless women, but I officially opened my doors in 2010 and business has been booming!

You will be known as an International Companion for Italiano Scortares, and as such will have the best plastic surgeons at your disposal, an endless array of erotic dancing apparel, and, after completing six weeks of intense training, you will be awarded with your very own Little Black Book. As the CEO of Italiano Scortares, I will screen all prospective clients prior to assignment; I insist on the enduring scruples and respectability I have incorporated into my empire.

As a new employee, you will have the honor of training under Nicole Minetti, an Italian dental hygienist, esteemed lap-dancer, and long-time political advisor to Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. Her experience is vast and hilariously adulterated, so I ask you pay close attention to Ms. Minetti’s teachings and advice. She will guide you through your career and enhance your presence and clientele list here with Italiano Scortares.

I thank you for visiting our website and hope to meet with you soon. Make sure to floss daily!

Questo è amore!



Click on the images and links above to see why dentistry was dragged into this whole sordid saga.


  1. Brandy says

    I personally know a few hygienists who got into the field for the wrong reasons. Maybe this will help them reconsider their career choice? (just kidding)

  2. admin says

    BERLUSCONI has 4-hour jaw and dental surgery

    By ALESSANDRA RIZZO, Associated Press – 2 hrs 4 mins ago
    ROME – Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi underwent jaw and dental surgery for four hours Monday to repair damage suffered when a man hurled a statuette at him in 2009.
    The 74-year-old Berlusconi was operated on with general anesthesia in Milan, said a statement from his office that quoted his personal doctor, Alberto Zangrillo.
    Berlusconi was in good condition after the operation and had already returned to his villa in Arcore near Milan, Zangrillo told the ANSA news agency.
    It was not immediately clear how, if at all, the operation will affect the Italian leader’s upcoming trial, set to begin on April 6, on charges he paid for sex with an underaged teenager, then used his influence to cover it up. Both have denied having a sexual relationship.
    Berlusconi suffered a broken nose and two broken teeth when a man hurled a miniature statue of Milan’s cathedral at him at close range at the end of a political rally in Milan on Dec. 13, 2009. The attacker had a history of psychological problems.
    The attack had left Berlusconi with “functional damage as well as esthetic damage,” but following the Monday surgery “the history of his trauma is over,” Zangrillo told the state TV.
    He said the operation went well but it will take few days for Berlusconi to recover.
    “He put (the surgical team) members … at their ease. It all went for the best” without any damage to nerve tissue, “and now he feels relieved,” Zangrillo was quoted as saying.
    The operation “became necessary to restore the anatomy and jaw function that had been gravely compromised” in the attack, said the brief statement from premier’s office. It said the operation involved a bone transplant and an implant, but did not give details.
    The surgery forced the cancellation of a meeting with Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, originally scheduled for Tuesday. Zangrillo told ANSA that Berlusconi might be back at work in Rome as early as Thursday.
    Berlusconi spent about a month out of public view after the attack. Photos of his bloodied face and shocked expression made the front-pages of newspapers around the world at the time.
    The premier also had heart surgery in the United States in 2006 to install a pacemaker. A decade ago he revealed that he had successfully battled prostate cancer in 1997.
    He has also had cosmetic surgery around his eyes and a hair transplant.

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