Jerk off chatrooms

by  |  20-Oct-2016 14:32

Then, in 2010, I was talking to this one guy about fetish stuff. He was getting so hot and he typed, "Princess, please make me pay you." I had read about financial domination online, so I knew what was about to happen. Now I have a guy sending me a mandatory ,000 per month, but I usually end up with more.

I’ve thought about the psychology of financial domination, and what drives guys to just give away money.

Some feel like they earn money and don’t deserve it.

It was a nice chat, until I started asking too many questions. Giving her age as “late 20s,” she lives in Brooklyn, seems forthcoming and down to earth, doesn’t take herself too seriously, and rakes in over $200,000 a year -- all of which she claims on her taxes.

After I requested proof of the $84,000 transaction, they became testy. When I reached out to them for a follow-up chat, a representative told me that they “felt the tone of the conversation was borderline disrespectful,” and that future interviews were out of the question. And I kept encountering the same problem: most wouldn’t talk, many were hostile (unsurprising, given their line of work), some struck me as outright fakes. Her haul comes via cash and gifts from men who are happy to grovel online, fulfill Amazon wish lists, and send money via Western Union, all without meeting her IRL.

One guy responded, “Princess, I need the money for lunch.” I replied, “So eat out of the dumpster. I am more deserving of your money than you are.” He sent it. You have to remember that these guys do not do this for me. I think he paid me with his parents’ money and ate ramen noodles every day. After 45 days, I finally mailed one of the keys back. We slept in the same bed and I made out with him when I was drunk, but it was clear that we were not going to have sex.

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