The internet has truly made the world grow a whole lot smaller. Take 23 year old Gemini Smith for instance, where she managed to raise the £4,450 required in order to enlarge her breasts to a size that she desired simply by chatting to men online. Gemini, a trainee undertaker, touts that her 34A breasts made her look like “a 12-year-old boy”, and after the operation, she has raised the stakes to 34DD, after giving her herself a chance with American website MyFreeImplants.com. MyFreeImplants.com is a place where strangers can chat up with the ladies registered there while making a donation towards their cosmetic surgery dream.
Of course, it is not all sugar coated, since there are some women who signed up to the site, only to be on the receiving end of requests for lewd photos and pornographic videos. There are also others who managed to achieve their goal the clean way, all without having to do anything that is sexually explicit.
Gemini took less than three months to raise the money that she required, where every message that is sent to her, she would receive $1. She shared, “The website MyFreeImplants.com looked really genuine with the possibility to do what I wanted to do, how I wanted to do it. When I raised the amount I was absolutely over the moon.It’s more like a social network site because on the nature of what you are wanting done people expect you, or want you, to show something or do something. Personally I didn’t do anything I didn’t want to for money, I just said if you are going to help me and talk to me then it is because you like me for me, not for what I can do. I made quite a few genuine friends on there who I can talk to about anything and everything.”
Others are not that blessed as Gemini to raise funds that quickly, as 34 year old mum-of-two Angelina Barton has spent anywhere from four to eight hours daily, chatting with men to raise money for her breast surgery dream, having used the site for four years already. I can imagine spending that amount of time working at a different job might be able to raise the £4,174 faster than via Internet chat, but to each his or her own.