Enterprising 15 yr old septic

#1
Just seen this on another site.I have asked for photos and samples.Am awaiting a response.Of course my first thought was it is a come on.My second thought was it would not be the first such company.Can someone confirm my suspicions?


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Hello, I'm a 15 year old American girl looking to start a business using the UK

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I talked with my friends and we want to start the first Dirty Knickers company! Where men in Europe mail us a pair of knickers of their choice plus $20 American dollars and a return post paid envelope. Then one of us girls will wear the knickers for no less then 48 hours. After that we will mail the knickers back to you.

I'd like your thoughts on this idea.
 
#3
My guess? The return address would be straight on the FBI peado database.
 
#4
Just seen this on another site.I have asked for photos and samples.Am awaiting a response.Of course my first thought was it is a come on.My second thought was it would not be the first such company.Can someone confirm my suspicions?


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Hello, I'm a 45 year old fat balding American con artist looking to start ripping people off in the UK

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I know there are sick fucks out there and we want to cash in by the next Dirty Knickers company! Where mentally ill peados in Europe mail us a pair of knickers of their choice plus $20 American dollars and a return post paid envelope. Then I will wipe them on the dogs arse (or my own fat beer filled ring piece). After that we will mail the knickers back to you.

I'd like your money.

Edited for honesty :)
 
#8
Doubtless, at this very moment, there'll be lads in Afghanistan posting their just-off-patrol grundies to a 15 year old American girl...
 
#10
lets hope the AGC lassies don't start this, we could never afford the postage. ;-)
 
#13
This has been around once before in Germany. There was a girl that acutally did wear them for starters, she asked a friend to do the same. This was of course, you have guessed it, started by a lad. He figured out that they could rub them panties with a solution containing salt, vinegar, potato starch and don't ask me what else. They smeared that white paste on the undies, let it dry and sold them 'worn' for quite a bit of dough, saying the wearerl is wet all day and what not. He sold 100s without anyone ever having worn them, until he was found out because of tax evasion or something of that nature.
 
#14
This has been around once before in Germany. There was a girl that acutally did wear them for starters, she asked a friend to do the same. This was of course, you have guessed it, started by a lad. He figured out that they could rub them panties with a solution containing salt, vinegar, potato starch and don't ask me what else. They smeared that white paste on the undies, let it dry and sold them 'worn' for quite a bit of dough, saying the wearerl is wet all day and what not. He sold 100s without anyone ever having worn them, until he was found out because of tax evasion or something of that nature.
And closer to home: Derriford nurse tried to sell worn knickers from hospital computer

£25? Must have been a long delay in fulfilling the order.
 
#17
Do American's even use the word knickers? While the quote in the initial mail is clearly dodgy, on quite a few levels, am a bit suspicious about it being an American girl
To most of us septics "knickers" refers to the knee length trousers worn by golfers many years ago, what you call "plus fours"
It was also used to refer to the knee length underwear worn by our grannies (or great grannies, dependent on age). Don't think they make those anymore. US girls would say "panties" for what they wear.
 
#18
Of course, the budding entrepreneur may have translated panties into knickers for the benefit of the target audience...

If I were to flog my skiddies to a US market, I'd probably call them skivvies, even though a skivvy is a totally different thing.
 
#20
You seem to know an awful lot about this subject Putties. Are you sure you heeded the Magistrates warning?
The words on my capbadge read "Honi soit qui mal y pense". I'm prepared to give anybody the benefit of doubt. Once. Maybe.

Actually, the caveats are quite complex and may, sometimes, appear to conflict...
 

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