How to extort money from a sugar daddy


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Young women and old dudes. It’s a fact of life and not something I lose sleep over. No matter how curious a relationship looks from the outside, that relationship would not exist without its reasons. I’m simplifying here, but my point is that you never know what’s really going on. You see a pregnant girl in the street and you automatically assume that, well, she’s pregnant, right? Not so in Isarn, where there is a disturbing trend of girls inducing phony pregnancies by injecting their stomachs with chemicals.

A number of students have been using this method of swelling up their bellies in order to fool their sugar daddies into giving them money for abortions. It’s all as ingenious as it is horrific. Apparently some of the gigs of wealthy businessmen and politicians are unhappy with the measly sums of money they are given as pocket money.

There are, allegedly, certain clinics in some of the northern provinces that carry out the procedure. You can guess how quick the sugar daddies want the problem to disappear.

What do people think? Is it so despicable that you can’t bring yourself to imagine such as act, or are these crafty girls just looking for a quick break? Feigning pregnancy is certainly nothing new, but actually having an injection to give the appearance of carrying a little one is something else entirely.

But whose really to blame? An Ubon Rachathani student said that these kids have seen it all before on soap operas. If it can work on TV, it can work in real life – just like every time someone falls over in the real world there’s a sound guy on hand with the relevant sound effect. We should have known.

Kom Chad Luek ran this story last week. Take it for what it’s worth.

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7 thoughts on “How to extort money from a sugar daddy

  1. Well, nothing new here I think. Except for the use of chemicals to add some "swelling" to the story.

    And blaming television… also a very old excuse to behave strangely.

  2. I remember once a big story in my town was about kids doing smack on school buses. Everyone was talking about it, and everyone who talked about it was one step removed from actually witnessing it – "friends saw; friends of friends did", etc. But the thing was, the whole story was made up by a couple of gossipy girls and it was compelling so it spread like wildfire.

    The difference between the above case and this pregnancy-scare story is that the latter was published in a national paper. If I recall the story correctly, not one of the girls' claims were independently verified, or confirmed by any "victims" of their heinous acts or by anyone possibly administering the chemicals or any medical professional.

    Bullshit detector's on high alert here. Too bad it wasn't for the paper that published this non-story.

  3. Wow, that one's hard to swallow.

    Beer has some seemingly pregnancy-enhancing powers – but I'd be quite interested to know what's behind this scam.

    Pictures anyone? Chemical formulas?

  4. I've heard this one a few times now. I'm going to have to go rumor/urban legend until somebody gives details about the supposed chemical.

    This is definitely cutting edge stuff, though. To think that they went with the old false foam stomach on this past season of Desperate Housewives! So behind the times.

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