Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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One problem with the traditional spa is that after a hour or two of massage, saunas and relaxation you leave feeling excessively mellow and relaxed, unprepared for the cut-throat world of modern business into which you are about to reimmerse yourself.

After a visit to the Chutspa however, which involves motivational talks, beatings with birch twigs and arm-wrestling, you leave feeling clean and refreshed, but also brimming over with confidence, cojones and a "can-do" attitude.
hippo, Apr 17 2013

the customer might not win if she works there! http://2.bp.blogspo...-wrestling-girl.jpg
[xandram, Apr 17 2013]


       What if you lose at arm wrestling?
xandram, Apr 17 2013

       ^The customer always wins
piluso, Apr 17 2013

       Add in a colonic irrigation session, and the "can-do" becomes a can of do. Ha.
xenzag, Apr 17 2013

       Would this involve electric shock collars?
whlanteigne, Apr 18 2013

       Equally, you could visit a nOnsen where either (a) staff and patrons act silly (nice cup of cake, car a shoe and so on) or (b) touch up kids.
calum, Apr 18 2013


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