A SELF-DESCRIBED "XL" Hooters waitress has said the customers can't keep their eyes off of her.
"It is what it is," the TikToker named Sasha wrote in the description below a TikTok clip explaining her experience.
"When you the only XL Hooters girl in the building," she wrote over the video.
At the same time, Sashya lip-synced to an iconic line from "Circus" by Britney Spears.
"All eyes on me in the center of the room just like a circus," she said.
The commenters couldn't keep their eyes off Sashya either.
"You're probably the hottest one," one suitor said.
"Lol no I def feel like the least hottest person every time I'm there," Sashya said.
"They are all beautiful and have perfectly petite bodies."
But there was also some confusion about what actually constitutes an XL.
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"XL is the most confusing size," one commenter said.
"Sometimes it's a 12. Sometimes it's a 16. You never know."
Others were quick to comment on Hooters uniforms.
"Wait they make uniforms in xl? They don't fit like a real xl do they??" one commenter asked.
"Cause I'm an xl and there's no way I would fit in that uniform lol."
Many claimed that they thought the restaurant chain had strict guidelines for a waitress' size.
"Most locations don't take anyone that doesn't fit in the size small uniform or XS so this is pretty cool," one commenter said.
"XL in Hooters is like a medium in the regular world," said another.
But Sashya said this isn't always true.
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"Most are actually pretty inclusive," she said.
"There are a few whose manager just prefers smaller girls so they tend to hire that."
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