Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Isn't 'Rinser' A Demeaning Term?

Gold-diggers have been around for centuries, but according to a TV documentary this breed of women has been constantly evolving, and is now taking advantage of technology to land their benefactors.

English Channel 4 has produced a documentary called “Sex, Lies and Rinsing Guys”, featuring three modern ‘rinsers’ who use their feminine charms to get wealthy followers on Facebook and Twitter to finance their glamorous lifestyles. Jeanette Worthington, Danica Thrall and Hollie Capper merely offer their admirers a virtual friendship and hardly ever meet them in person, but they expect expensive gifts for their efforts. “I want to teach women how to do it. What’s the point in scrimping and saving for all of your life when a muppet down the road is going to pay you £1,000 a month to live like a princess,” says one of the three expert rinsers.

The line forms to the left boys.



7 comments:

Sarah said...

Why do for yourself what someone else can pay for instead?

*shaking head* Sadly (or fittingly) they'll never get the satisfaction of reaping the rewards of hard work.

Unknown said...

So whats the difference between these girls and prostitutes?

...any one?

..anyone at all?

Steve said...

@Tempo: From what I gather (I only saw the show advertised)the only difference is that these women don't actually get intimate with the guys. Just get very flirty with them.
But that's the ONLY difference.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Hey, if someone's stupid enough to give them money, then caveat emptor.

Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

I hear ya. You can pay for a girl just as pretty AND get the sex....or so I hear....from a guy I met once.

DrGoat said...

If Fozzie's mother ever finds out where that 1000 pounds a month is going to, she's gonna be very angry.

Bersercules said...

But isn't them making a show of this gonna wreck their ability to do this to guys? Now guys will be on the lookout for-- ahh never mind, some guys are just really lonely and wealthy.

A fool and his money are soon parted.