attractive girls who don't capitalize on their assets is like a rich guy holding cash during high inflation.

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I think it's a societal travesty that "morals" and "self dignity" prevent (the vast majority of) very attractive girls (think 5'10, skinny, perfectly symmetrical face, etc) from reaping the full compensation they deserve. I knew a few girls back in undergrad who were sugar babies. $1,000 for a few hours was apparently quite easy.

It's not unlike if a very rich man decided (stupidly) to hold cash in Argentine pesos. Losing return-generating potential with every passing day.

It's ironic I say this, because I'm super conservative (according to my peers). Staunch pro-life, against gay marriage, anti-LGBT, etc etc.

But I think using subtle social pressures to deny/shame a person('s right) to their full potential is a shame.

Discuss.

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Comments (28)

Feb 24, 2018

Most probably aren't smart enough to see their own potential to capitalize anyways

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Feb 24, 2018

Why are you anti-LGBT? Why can I not pork a gay dude in the behind after a long day of work? I think all the rainbow shit is stupid too, but look man, I like porking gay dudes in the behind. All that rainbow parading doesn't represent the majority of us homos either. There's a percent of any demographic that makes the rest look shitty, but look man, I like porking gay dudes in the behind. And I'm gonna keep doing it, do you want the entire world to hate me for that or what you pussy?

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Feb 24, 2018
Tourettes God:

Why are you anti-LGBT? Why can I not pork a gay dude in the behind after a long day of work? I think all the rainbow shit is stupid too, but look man, I like porking gay dudes in the behind. All that rainbow parading doesn't represent the majority of us homos either. There's a percent of any demographic that makes the rest look shitty, but look man, I like porking gay dudes in the behind. And I'm gonna keep doing it, do you want the entire world to hate me for that or what you pussy?

OP -- Why do you have a problem with this man porking gay dude's butts?

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Feb 25, 2018

OP pork my behind plz ;)

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Feb 24, 2018

Being "anti-LGBT" is one of the stupidest things I have ever heard. Same for anti-gay marriage tbh, but no point in going down that route.

The idea of being offended by something other people do that doesn't concern or affect anyone or anything besides the ones actually doing it is just idiotic, if you actually think about it.

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Feb 24, 2018

I'm gonna jerk OP off until he accepts LGBT as the master race. We are coming for his job, we are coming for his family tradition, we are coming for his country's economy. That's what he gets for being a faggot.

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Feb 24, 2018
MonacoMonkey:

I think it's a societal travesty that "morals" and "self dignity" prevent (the vast majority of) very attractive girls (think 5'10, skinny, perfectly symmetrical face, etc) from reaping the full compensation they deserve. I knew a few girls back in undergrad who were sugar babies. $1,000 for a few hours was apparently quite easy.

It's not unlike if a very rich man decided (stupidly) to hold cash in Argentine pesos. Losing return-generating potential with every passing day.

It's ironic I say this, because I'm super conservative (according to my peers). Staunch pro-life, against gay marriage, anti-LGBT, etc etc.

But I think using subtle social pressures to deny/shame a person('s right) to their full potential is a shame.

Discuss.

What exactly do you consider an asset on a girl?

"If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them." - Bruce Lee

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Mar 10, 2018
Isaiah_53_5:
MonacoMonkey:

I think it's a societal travesty that "morals" and "self dignity" prevent (the vast majority of) very attractive girls (think 5'10, skinny, perfectly symmetrical face, etc) from reaping the full compensation they deserve. I knew a few girls back in undergrad who were sugar babies. $1,000 for a few hours was apparently quite easy.

It's not unlike if a very rich man decided (stupidly) to hold cash in Argentine pesos. Losing return-generating potential with every passing day.

It's ironic I say this, because I'm super conservative (according to my peers). Staunch pro-life, against gay marriage, anti-LGBT, etc etc.

But I think using subtle social pressures to deny/shame a person('s right) to their full potential is a shame.

Discuss.

What exactly do you consider an asset on a girl?

A nice pair of t-dogs and a couple o' holes.

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Feb 24, 2018

There is something off in this pro-life and view of women. You're either going to be one of two things in 10 years:

  • Pro-life, respect person for inner being
  • Pro-choice, high school girls always stay the same age

alright alright alright

"If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them." - Bruce Lee

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Feb 24, 2018

To OPs points about being staunch (lol) conservative--I don't understand why people are anti-gay marriage/anti-LGBT. Why does it bother you that others live the way they do? Never could wrap my head around that. The whole pro-life thing also boggles my mind sometimes, how does it affect YOU that someone else decides not to have a baby? If these conservatives truly value life then why do the same group of people complain about Medicaid which gives access to health-care to those less fortunate? Y'know, maybe if that mother had an abortion instead of giving birth to a child with a poverty income, she wouldn't need Medicaid for her kid(s).

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Feb 24, 2018

You misunderstand pro-life, abortion=murder. They're concerned about the baby in the same way they're concerned about people not getting killed on the streets.

"This world, it is a tempest sometimes. But remember, the sun always rises again."
-- Brandon Sanderson

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Feb 24, 2018

because it's unnatural. and there's a reason why, in primitive societies, homosexuals get thrown (hands tied) off rooftops.

before you minimize "primitive" societies, let us not forget that you and I (we all) are offspring of tens of thousands of years of such societies.

so obviously, something's been working.

you could even make a futurism argument, in that, our "progressive" society (of the past 100 years or so) is leading us to extincting. but that's a whole other argument.

my point is, let nature take it's course. don't try to socially legitimize something that isn't naturally legitimate/beneficial just because it "feels morally right" to do so.

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Mar 7, 2018

You realize homosexuality is recorded in most animal species, right? You know that it isn't exclusive to humans, yes? And surely you know homosexuality isn't a choice - it's genetic and more importantly, it's ridiculous to think that just because someone is gay, that means humans will end up extinct. Regardless of whether or not it is accepted in a society, if someone is gay, they are most likely not going to marry and have children with a woman anyway, so why would the past 50,000 years of humans doing quite fine while having homosexuals change in a mere 100 years?

Your primitive society argument is completely ridiculous. Many primitive societies that still exist today believe in and perform female genital mutilation - are you saying we shouldn't discount FGM because women feeling pleasure from sex is totally unnatural, as many primitive societies believe in it? Or pillaging rival societies and then raping the women and killing their children is okay too then?

Or do you prefer having more of a cafeteria style acts of primitive society in our society, where it benefits your viewpoints?

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Mar 8, 2018

Occam's razor is that he's just a troll. "thrown (hands tied) off rooftops" is either batshit unhinged or overt trolling.

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Mar 7, 2018

this dude has to be batshit, or he's the most long con troll I've seen considering he's talked about how staunchly conservative he is in the past (which to clarify, I'm a fiscal conservative too, but this dude is completely off the rails)

Feb 24, 2018

you stepped into dangerous philosophical territory when you defended homosexuality as "not a choice" and "genetic".

the same could be said of rape. let's embrace that as well?

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Mar 7, 2018

I didn't step into "dangerous philosophical territory" at all you fucking troglodyte, this is pure science. Homosexuality, from what we understand, would serve no evolutionary benefit because you wouldn't be actively propagating your genes, so no one would ever make a conscious decision to choose to go against their evolutionary desires (I can't even believe that's something I have to explain to you).

And since you're too narrow-minded to see it, rape is not the same thing. If someone is gay, they were born like such and most importantly, they don't affect anyone and don't force their homosexuality on anything other than themselves. Rape is literally a choice someone makes that is entirely by use of force, which isn't affecting themselves but someone else who does not want to be.

I am starting to realize you're a troll though. Reading back at your previous comment, if you actually think that barbaric, primitive societies are something we should look to as an example, then you simply must be a troll. Also love how you couldn't respond to a single point I made about literally anything other than homosexuality not being a choice.

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Feb 24, 2018

you're trying to convolute the argument and make a distinction without a different (in a futile attempt to further a failed arugment).

first off, our actions determine our choices. so a person who commits rape is just as much "choosing" to engage in his act as 2 gay dudes who choose to engage in some rear end action (thought of as another way, they could easily choose to refrain from gay activity, no one is forcing them).

secondly, what's your point of arguing an action is "serving an evolutionary benefit" or not? you have to wonder why homosexuality causes so much controversy around the world (it should), while other totally non-evoultionary-beneficial acts (think a painter, sculpter, classical violinist) are universally praised and idolized. Surely, there's something suspect about homosexuality.

and lastly, there's a reason why murder is illegal, EVEN IF the receiving party (of the sword, bullet, etc) signs a binding contract relinquishing his right to life. in lay terms, yes, it's still illegal to CONSENT to being murdered.
why? because it's wrong. just because 2 people agree to do something mutually, doesn't make it legal, and surely doesn't make it acceptable.

I suspect you're into Grindr. hey, to each his own.

Mar 7, 2018
MonacoMonkey:

you're trying to convolute the argument and make a distinction without a different (in a futile attempt to further a failed arugment).

first off, our actions determine our choices. so a person who commits rape is just as much "choosing" to engage in his act as 2 gay dudes who choose to engage in some rear end action (thought of as another way, they could easily choose to refrain from gay activity, no one is forcing them).

You're too funny - you just have to be a troll. You're right, they could easily choose to refrain from gay activity (which I'm sure many do, just like not all guys and girls are able to hook up with the opposite gender) but they're STILL GAY REGARDLESS whether or not they choose to engage in a sexual act. Someone isn't born as a rapist and live their life as such if they've never raped anybody. (the fact that I have to make this specific distinction makes me really question how difficult it is to break into hedge funds)

MonacoMonkey:

secondly, what's your point of arguing an action is "serving an evolutionary benefit" or not? you have to wonder why homosexuality causes so much controversy around the world (it should), while other totally non-evoultionary-beneficial acts (think a painter, sculpter, classical violinist) are universally praised and idolized. Surely, there's something suspect about homosexuality.

It almost pains me with how you can't figure this one out for yourself (and given these positions you hold I take it your science classes were taught by the local priest). The only way someone would be able to actively pursue the same sex is if there is a mutation in their genetics (https://www.newscientist.com/article/2155810-what-...), as the only way to have children is by genders procreating with the opposite sex. Any sort of organism without such mutations in their genes will do whatever they can to propagate their genes, as that is the point of evolution. No one would ever try to go against what is inherently part of their evolution unless there was some sort of genetic component to it.

Whether or not something is universally praised is irrelevant. In America, the main thought taking hold of millennials is that if you're gay you're better than humanity itself, which makes literally no sense, but it's still being praised. I wouldn't say that being a painter or artist are "totally non-evolutionary-beneficial acts" as they signify beauty to us, and make people feel happy, good, sad, etc. (obviously not every painting will evoke the same response in every person) which people are interested in analyzing and such. More importantly, painters, sculptors, etc. are praised because of the high level of skill involved and the resources they obtain for utilizing their skills, which is completely evolutionarily beneficial.

MonacoMonkey:

and lastly, there's a reason why murder is illegal, EVEN IF the receiving party (of the sword, bullet, etc) signs a binding contract relinquishing his right to life. in lay terms, yes, it's still illegal to CONSENT to being murdered.
why? because it's wrong. just because 2 people agree to do something mutually, doesn't make it legal, and surely doesn't make it acceptable.

I suspect you're into Grindr. hey, to each his own.

Call me crazy, but relinquishing life and having butt sex isn't all that similar. You keep saying it's wrong, but so far your only point of data being that it's wrong is that our "prehistoric tribes" did it (which clearly goes a long way). And to be honest, I believe that you're incorrect in that it's wrong for two people who consent to do something shouldn't be allowed to do it, "because it's wrong." What if it's a terminally ill patient who's living their daily life in heaps of pain and only have x months to live, with the illness constantly getting worse? Is it wrong then? And I guess this is the libertarian in me speaking, but who are you to say that two consenting adults with clear state of mind aren't allowed to do something to eachother that they agree to do? What right do you have?

I can't get over how you say it "doesn't make it acceptable," when in your original post in the thread posing your question said that "...using subtle social pressures to deny/shame a person('s right) to their full potential is a shame," which correct me if I'm wrong, but you're saying REGARDLESS OF WHETHER OR NOT SOMETHING IS ACCEPTABLE.

And nah, I have a pretty attractive gf and have always been grossed out at the thought of doing something with another dude.

I suspect you're a self-hating gay man. hey, to each his own

Mar 10, 2018

not even important the LBGTQKEYBOARD community is just weak genetics and chemsex

Mar 10, 2018

It's not recorded in most animal species. That's an exaggeration in order to push your narrative. It actually only makes your narrative more suspect.

Mar 7, 2018

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homosexual_behavior_...
"Research indicates that various forms of [homosexual behavior] are found in every major geographic region and every major animal group."

Feb 24, 2018

What prostitutes are really 5'10 with banging looks? If she had it like that, she'd go and model for some company that would die to have that lottery of good looks to showcase. It's the same thing: selling your youth and innocence for dollars. One is much more dignified and fulfilling than the other.

Feb 25, 2018
MonacoMonkey:

It's ironic I say this, because I'm super conservative (according to my peers). Staunch pro-life, against gay marriage, anti-LGBT, etc etc.

MonacoMonkey:

But I think using subtle social pressures to deny/shame a person('s right) to their full potential is a shame.

How hypocrite can you be?

On the topic however, there are a lot more pretty girls with no money than there are rich older dudes looking for pretty girls with no money - most wealthy guys also have a stable family and a nice average looking wife who they get along with on a personal level.
Older guys also won't take you seriously and have more power over you than you have over them, the other way around are definitely exceptions.

You also may be getting some nice cash but your social value decreases. As a college student myself, I wouldn't be interested in a girl who does stuff like that - I don't have anything against it but I just wouldn't want her to be my girlfriend.

On the long term you'll be much better off by trying to find a quality boyfriend.

Feb 25, 2018

It's really about your preference and morals as a person. It's like saying that as long as you're a hot guy, you should be out there mixing with cougars and become a boy toy or you're not utilizing your abilities. It's simply not for everyone.

Feb 25, 2018

"It's ironic that I'm a conservative" - no it's not. You sound exactly like a conservative. The only thing true about conservatives is hypocritical self-serving actions under the guise of "morals". Makes perfect sense you'd say this.

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