Personally, I would have loved to see him haggle. You see that he's pulling out a wad of cash (who carries around $2,000?). She didn't find this suspicious at all. It would have been hilarious had he pretended to fumble up --- "Shit, I only have about $700 here. Can we do it for $500 as well?"
But to discuss the topic in more general terms: Yes, I am convinced that most girls have their price, and are not to be trusted. About 10 to 15 % of men were cuckolded, and thus believe a child that from some other man is actually theirs. Given that women don't get pregnant that easily, it's probably a safe guess that somewhere between 60 to 80% of women in committed relationships cheat on their partners. This establishes the general tendency of women to cheat. Now, imagine someone would offer such a woman a modest financial incentive to have sex, which may or may not involve cheating on their partner!
I sense the potential of a great psychological study, but unfortunately it is one that is extremely unlikely to ever be conducted: Put an above average looking guy into a metropolitan area, and let him offer, say, $500 in exchange for intercourse to any woman he finds physically attractive. Well, if he's got the stamina, he could even go on and bang those women, but then we'd have to be in a state in which prostitution is legal. The offer of $500 is not outrageous like $2,000 or higher sums, but not trivial to ignore either.
This would then, somewhat convincingly, I think, establish that the mangina belief of the alleged goodness of women -- remember, men are brutes, but women are divine and can't do no wrong --- is completely misguided. It might also give some feminists a heart attack.
What do you think? Let me know in the comments below!
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