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Why isn't there a degree in the oldest career Watch

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    in the world- prostitution? There are universities providing degrees in fashion studies, media studies, journalism and clip boarding.
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    Its not really hard to learn now is it...
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    Because its illegal?

    Well not in its self, but kerb crawling, keeping a brothel, pimping, sex in public ect...
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      Because most girls are already proficient in such things.


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      who would pay for that though?!
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      (Original post by xnatalie01x)
      who would pay for that though?!
      Labour.
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      (Original post by The_Male_Melons)
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      Why not break proposed degree into sub-sections:

      Year 1 - Spreading your legs
      Year 2 - Applied Moaning
      Year 3 - Accepting payment
      Year 4 - Living with AIDS
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      Because it'd be equivalent to an NVQ in drug-dealing?
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        There practically is, by the sounds of it. Yesterday's Edinburgh Evening News had a massive feature on how the recession is forcing loads of college and university students here to work as escorts to cover their costs... sometimes even using their room in halls as the "in call" location :teehee:

        I was going to say something else questionable at this point, but thought better of it :sexface:
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        (Original post by ch0llima)
        There practically is, by the sounds of it. Yesterday's Edinburgh Evening News had a massive feature on how the recession is forcing loads of college and university students to work as escorts to cover their costs... sometimes even using their room in halls as the "in call" location :teehee:

        I was going to say something else questionable at this point, but thought better of it :sexface:
        no no, do go on.
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          The girl next door in our halls of residence was charging the boys £10 or all drinks paid when we were going clubbing.
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          (Original post by ch0llima)
          There practically is, by the sounds of it. Yesterday's Edinburgh Evening News had a massive feature on how the recession is forcing loads of college and university students here to work as escorts to cover their costs... sometimes even using their room in halls as the "in call" location :teehee:

          I was going to say something else questionable at this point, but thought better of it :sexface:
          female students - doubt any males would have demand for them.
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            (Original post by lonelykatana)
            no no, do go on.
            I was going to say something along the lines of "Are you thinking what I'm thinking..." - I know for a fact that Edinburgh University has a lot of attractive middle class girls... damn, have I wasted the last five years or what?

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            female students - doubt any males would have demand for them.
            It didn't say explicitly, but the one example given in gory detail was a female. I think you're probably right though.
           
           
           
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