On 26-Mar-2016 In Celebrities
At times, youngsters freak out when they have to make career options. Several questions cross our mind. What to do when I grow up? What qualifications will be required? Which job is right for me? And when we don't find answers to the questions, we turn to seek the easy options to calm the storm. But what about those who decided to join the entertainment industry? And wanted to become a playboy bunny! But being a Playboy bunny wasn't easy! When Playboy mansion became famous, it was assumed that the playboy bunnies were a bunch of elite, rich woman who got to live together in a beautiful mansion. The reality, however, is quite different. Playboy bunnies have now revealed that the mansion has strict rules about the sex and early curfews. Check out 15 rules imposed on the Playboy bunnies that proved that being a playboy bunny was not that glamorous.
Initiation ritual demanded all girls to pass Hugh Hefner's test to be a Playboy bunny. The test was taken in a bedroom. He is the founder of Playboy Enterprises.
All Hefner's girlfriends had to participate in the bedroom activities.
A monthly allowance of $1000 was given to girls, only for clothes. They were discouraged to spend money on anything other than clothes.
Girlfriends were not allowed to speak when Hefner was interviewed.
The "main girlfriend" had to share a room with Hugh. She got no perks, gifts other than the title.Source
Girls who lived in the mansion were allowed to keep their cars.
Hugh wanted bunnies to be specific clones. Hugh wanted white, white hair, with no pigment. It was also suggested that the girls be "busty blondes with bright-blonde hair."
The mansion was not clean. The carpets were stained and everything was unkempt.
Hefner would spend any amount of money on girls, even pay for their plastic surgeries.
The parties at the mansion were fun and all the girls had to sit beside Hugh.
Everyone in the mansion had to follow a strict routine. And because of this, the girls were expected to follow rules.
Girlfriends felt as if they were "trapped" in this big house, they were not allowed to talk to other men.