I'm a Hooters girl – we break out the hula hoops when we're bored at work but we don't use them how you'd think | The Sun

A HOOTERS worker has shared how she and her coworkers pass the time between waiting tables.

The content creator gave her followers a glimpse of how the waitresses use hula hoops to entertain themselves.


The TikTok user, who goes by AAgirl (@aagirl2603), demonstrated how the workers at her Hooters location fit fun into every shift.

In her video, the influencer and her team posed with their hula hoops before showing off some of their go-to tricks.

The waitress enlisted the help of her friends Stacey and Jordan to demonstrate their go-to activity.

The trio made the most of the empty restaurant to show off their pastime.

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The three Hooters waitresses each took turns skipping through their hoops.

They then came back into the frame to show off their traditional hula hooping skills.

The women can be seen modeling the classic Hooters uniform, consisting of the owl logo tee and orange shorts.

"When you're bored at work," the content creator captioned the video.

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The TikTok user added: "I love my friends so much."

The Hooters waitress regularly posts content while on the clock, including her swimsuit look for Memorial weekend.

Another Hooters worker showed the difference between her scrubs and her waitress look.

One waitress was accused of having pretty privilege after she revealed how much she makes in tips.

A third Hooters girl shared the rude comments she receives from customers about her red hair.



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