Pardon me, yo, do you speak Brooklyn?
If you do, a couple of nice gentlemen may be interested in employing your spiffy services.
In order to qualify for this position, you must have: "good knowledge of accent, slang, nuances, etc., to meet the interpreting needs of foreign and out-of-town clients who find it an unexpected challenge," the ad reads.
If you are interested in this quite unique position, they would be willing to offer, how do you say, a "couple of clams."
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