I’m watching “I Need to Prove to My Boyfriend That I am Not A Secret Prostitute.” Fascinating. If you are under 18 or reality TV subjects bother you, depart the BSP now.
The first segment is a woman who is a waitress, but her boyfriend is finding evidence she’s doing something else. She’s been pulling $500 in tips, when she regularly gets $100. She says she has consistent customers at the restaurant where they come in because she knows she’s working. She claims there are late night phone calls from her friend because she’s a single mom with four kids and doesn’t know how to handle certain situations. The boyfriend says he answered one of the calls and its from a man. Eventually, the boyfriend’s father, sister and mother appear on the stage.
Well, Jeremy rolls out the lie detector results. She was asked if she’s cheated on him. She admitted she did, where the boyfriend’s mother…who had believed she was not cheating…left the stage in tears. The girlfriend also admitted she slept with more than thirty men in the last 18 months, and sleeping with more than five men in a week. The dude appeared upset but he wasn’t as devastated as he should have been.
Jeremy lays down the ground fire by telling her if this was a dude, they would be filleting him on stage. He didn’t ease up on her. She said she had a problem and she had come to the show to get it out in the open. Jeremy barbecued her for wasting 20 minutes of the show denying everything. She said she wanted help for her problem.
Eventually, the boyfriend and the prostitute tried to work things out, with the help of Jeremy Kyle’s support staff.
I thought that was interesting; especially Jeremy’s comments if the prostitute was a man, they would have been lighting him up. Of course, BSP has an opinion why a man would get back with a woman who’s done prostitution.
Who do women do prostitution with? BSP does not believe women buy @$$ from other women, for the most part. It’s men who buy @$$. Let’s not kid ourselves. These guys in the Secret Service, part of one of the finest law enforcement agencies on the face of the earth, engaged in @$$ buying…and not just a couple of them. It happens, and men know it happens. Even if they don’t buy @$$, they sure know its a threat.
That’s how come some men can forgive a woman for selling @$$. Some guys know they could have been in that line of dudes. Then, there’s the thought half of an NFL team could have gotten behind your woman and beat it up for about 5 minutes worth of a game check. How’s that for unsettling?