Woman says she'll give up virginity for iPhone 4

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Woman says she'll give up virginity for iPhone 4

#1 Post by SilverBeauty » Tue Jul 19, 2011 8:39 am

Any Takers :mrgreen: :-'

GUANGDONG - Young adults in China are taking serious measures to buy expensive Apple products, according to reports.

Biznewschina reported that a female jiulinghou, referring to those born during the 90's, tweeted on Weibo (Chinese version of Twitter) that it is her "dream to own a iPhone4 but her father won't let her get one." She then decided to sleep with someone in exchange for the mobile device.

The Guangdong teen has posted a picture of herself along with other basic personal information saying she is willing to "sell" her virginity to anyone that buys her a iPhone 4."

Her post has received negative feedback, pointing out that a phone is not worth what she giving in exchange. Others think that someone is using her account and pulling a malicious prank on the girl.

Last April, a 17 year old boy from Anhui bought himself an iPad and cellphone by selling a kidney for 22,000 yuan (S$4,200).

Sociologists blame such events on the rising importance of materialism amongst the young generation and their belief that there are no limits to how they satisfy their desires.

Source : The Korea Herald/Asia News Network Thu, Jun 23, 2011
Link : http://www.asiaone.com/News/Latest+News ... 85527.html

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Re: Woman says she'll give up virginity for iPhone 4

#2 Post by ace » Tue Jul 19, 2011 10:03 am

Nowsday, anything "Made in China" have to be taken with a pinch of salt. :lol: :lol:

If those fellas view electronic gadgets as more important than body parts....time will tell if that is indeed a correct decision or a good judgment... :-#

At the end of the day....the economic law prevails.....it is a matter of demand and supply. :lol:
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Re: Woman says she'll give up virginity for iPhone 4

#3 Post by cruiser » Tue Jul 19, 2011 6:08 pm

It lies purely with education and responsible attitude towards anything surrounding a person albeit at an early puber age or a mid teen to a young adult.

This young girl simply lacks common sense and responsible knowledge she obviously lacked in her growing up years. Parents too these days, and China is no exception to the rest of the developing countries where studying kids must learn to know where the $$$$ is coming from and HOW, for whom parents have to struggle in getting the monies for the family.

Once a kid is overwhelmed by this "wannabe & wannahave" from school... you as a parent have a lot to be worried about!!! Not unless you instil an ongoing healthy & daily parent-child dialog about everything under the sun... something many busy parents just lack these days. #-o
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