Paid to sex chat
“Still, it’s a public resource that’s not supposed to be diverted for personal use.” Johnson, who is up for reelection Tuesday, said he would have no problem if told to get his own personal phone.
So maybe there’s something to Phrendly, the app that says it’s designed to foster “real relationships that are exclusively online” for a small price.
According to the site’s director of product marketing, Melanie de Leon, that drink buys you 20 sips, and “cash rewards are paid out via check or direct deposit to users’ bank accounts.”Yes, you read that right: It’s actual money you’re paying the woman to talk to you (or man, if the woman initiates and buys the drink).
“This is reminiscent of someone who asks a person out for a cup of coffee or a glass of wine in real life; social convention dictates that person buys the drink,” de Leon told by email. Also, there’s no need to spend an entire ‘drink’ on a single phrend exchange.
Raven’s Twitter feed features a photo of a scantily clad woman, and many of the personal messages left on the Minnesota-based chat service are explicit.
“I don’t know if you could go to the person and say you need to pay back the government,” he said.