Professional ladies of pleasure find Twitter
By Rudolf Boogerman
Imagine, I’m walking down the street and suddenly, 12 lightly dressed ladies jump on me from around the corner, expressing the desire to follow me. As a male, it is kind of flattering to be so popular with the ladies, so my first reaction is one of delight, although I confess to have a girlfriend and therefore I am not supposed to have feelings like that, but we are only human. Alas, a closer look reveals them as professional courtesans, to say the least.
What a cold shower! I slump back into the deep depression I came from. Of course, they want to follow me, it figures.
I’m actually talking about Twitter here. Today, no less then 12 supposedly real people started following me. Many of these twitters only have one tweet, generally saying something about nice pics, webcams and what they can do with their female body. You don’t have to be a scientist to deduct that the oldest profession in the World has found Twitter and they are hitting it really hard. Yesterday I had 4 followers, today 12 and the day isn’t over yet. I wonder what tomorrow will bring.
The most amazing thing is that when you look at their profile, some people manage to follow them in return. There is one who has already 20 followers while there is nothing to follow except one tweet and a URL to a questionable site.
Some people simply return the favor if someone follows them, without looking who this person actually is. Alas, a lot of these “ladies” are created by owners of certain explicit sites. How do I know that? Because many of the tweets have exactly the same message, from which follows that most of these twitters are not real people at all, just cardboard characters.
Check first who is following you
So, the lesson is that you have to check first who is following you before you return the favor because it can damage your public image if you appear to follow a set of professional ladies of pleasure. It certainly looks rather dumb, whatever your idea about prostitution is. Also, do not click on a URL of a questionable tweet. You do not know where you end up. Although I’m not saying they all do, but some of those sites may contain spyware, so be careful.
I’m avoiding the use of certain words because they it get picked up by search engines and that can have a negative effect on the womenCorp site. Among other embarrassments, GoogleAds can turn up undesirable ads. You would be amazed what the word “woman” on its own can trigger, let alone more explicit words.
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