Buyer's economy?  

NaughtySaint272 43M
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12/20/2005 7:36 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Buyer's economy?


Here we are, all in this online personal to look for something that we are all so desired to receive (and give). But what really intrigue me is that how many women here are either so picky or just plain playing hard to get. Statistically, we will probably say there are more guys up here than women and this is certainly rightful and sure.
But what curious me is that the effective successful buyer here are often guys who are highly popular or guys who just know what women wants. Yea... maybe Darwin is glad to know that his extended evolution theory is so highly supported even in the sex market.
Have we actually thought that some women (I won't say all) basically position themselves so highly prized but yet supposed if they are shared by the same small group of highly popular guys, it makes them similar to what Taiwanese will say "gong1 che1" or public bus in mandarin? So how can they be in that perspective so highly prized?
Unless the supply curve of highly prized ladies (or men) is remained constants and the supply-demand curve just remain gliding upward and hence further inflated.
Just a thought and not judging from a perspective that I'm one of the loser or something. I guess I'm a little luckier that I've gotten a handful of encounter/communication engagement with some ladies.

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