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Who's a Whorista, please?
No context at all that could help. Except "She's a whorista behind the counter of "Ween and Dong." What's that, by the way?
It's an information relating to the last Kevin Smith's movie. Sorry, there is some more text yet. After "Ween and Dong" there is: "a faux spresso joint."
Can spresso be for "coffee shop". In this case, "Ween and Dong" may refer to a local of not good reputation, a faux coffee shop. Am I right or am I barking at the wrong tree?
Your interpretation seems as good as any.
"Spresso" is abbreviated '[e]spresso.
I don't think Ween and Dong are individuals, but possible "a strip joint" or something similar - possibly a sex toy shop..
Here the writer is taking license and making neologisms. Ween and dong both sound like "penis" to native AE speakers, so it is a joke making a coffeee shop employee sound like a prostitute at a brothel.