W hat do you do with your Instagram or Twitter account Most of us just try to rant and rave about the silliest off things to amuse ourselves. Sometimes, we talk about the food we ate, the movies we watched, and the celebrities we are crazy about. For these three hot sisters, however, simply posting their pictures is big business -- so huge that they have received more than £ 75,000 in gifts from strangers who ask nothing in return! Well, except maybe for a few flirty messages or so. Via
These three sisters have received a lot of gifts -- from laptops, iPads, designer bags, designer shoes, expensive cosmetics, and a load of flowers!
They have a lot of fans. Lucy, 28, Sophie, 26, and Stacie, 25, just need to post a group selfie and they immediately get so many likes. But wait -- one thing unique about them is that they have men who give them presents, just because they're pretty!
Actually, only Sophie is single as Tracie and Lucy both have boyfriends. However, their boyfriends actually don't mind the presents they receive.
What they're doing is an example of the current trend called "rinsing" wherein adoring men give women expensive things without expecting anything in return.
Some might show disappointment at what the ladies are doing, but the sisters do not feel ashamed since they are not actually selling their bodies. They are simply giving them what they want in a safe manner, and they have fun to boot.
The sisters would never meet with a stranger who'd given them gifts. Apart from a bit of safe, flirty messages, there's nothing sexual in exchange for the gifts. They had one stalker before, and they had to call the police so that the intruder would not visit them at their salon.
While other women would call their men who admire them as pigs or slaves, these women treat their fans with respect, because that is what they want too.
Some might call them prostitutes, but that is so far from the truth. What is wrong if a man admires a woman so much that he would give a gift? Is generosity and admiration such an uncommon thing now? Let's be fair to these lovely ladies.