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HerNameIsBuffy

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7 minutes ago, MarblesMom said:

Faithful, funny and smart...

Those two must be on sale because they should be worth a lot more.  

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WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo?

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I ditto what @MarblesMom said. $5 on faithful, funny, and smart.

Now I have questions. How do I get $10 to spend? How much would "kind" add to my total? "Generous"? "Emotionally stable and aware"? Hmm....

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LadyCrow1313

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20 hours ago, WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo? said:

I ditto what @MarblesMom said. $5 on faithful, funny, and smart.

Now I have questions. How do I get $10 to spend? How much would "kind" add to my total? "Generous"? "Emotionally stable and aware"? Hmm....

You could always convert to Mormonism & have more than 1 partner.  ;) 

For my $5: faithful, funny, smart. I sense a trend here...

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HerNameIsBuffy

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13 hours ago, LadyCrow1313 said:

You could always convert to Mormonism & have more than 1 partner.  ;) 

For my $5: faithful, funny, smart. I sense a trend here...

Yeah.  Apparently I'm the only pervert.  That's fine...I'm unashamed :) 

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catlady

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If Wealthy could be changed to FinanciallyStable, that would be a better option.    GoodLooking and GreatBody seem mostly redundant.  Considerate should be on the list; what good is Smart (my first selection) if he's a self centered ass?

oh dear, I didn't mean to wreck the game.  Count me in with funny and smart.

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HerNameIsBuffy

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I tend to like self centered asses so I'm probably not the one to ask lol.  And I think good looking/great body are different.  I'm way less particular about a guys body than his face.  and his face doesn't have to be conventionally handsome, just one I think is good looking.

you didn't wreck it - you're helping improve it to make a less shallow version!

funny and smart it is!  where are your other $3 going?

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Local Gorilla

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OoOo fun game!

Wealthy $3-

Funny $1-

No kids $1-

Score!  ...I may stand alone, but I am in need of a sugar daddy to fund my medium-stakes poker habit. And he MUST have a good sense of humor, so that he will laugh when I leave him.

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ALM7

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I must admit, I hit it out of the ball park with my partner.  My ideal woman of 27 years cost me 18 bucks (she was and is everything, but tall).  Even her teen adjusted to my quirky ways! 

If I saw her today, for the first time, I would start out with...

Funny, Smart and Faithful. 

...Which she has always been.

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singsingsing

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Faithful, funny, and smart. Then teaching him to be good in bed would be a fun project. If he's faithful and smart, I'm sure he'll catch on, ahaha.

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HideousGreenShirt

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I'm late to this but no kids, tall and wealthy. I'd switch wealthy for kind if it was an option!

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    • Palimpsest

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      9 minutes ago, Coconut Flan said:

      I was interested in why they were popular at all at that price and found this: 

      That is really interesting.  I wish we could send this part to Shrader with his devotion to colloidal silver.  

      10 minutes ago, Coconut Flan said:

      But if you are using it because it is impregnated with silver to kill bacteria then you are being duped! It is nothing more than a scam with multi-level marketing. Proof is in the culture and agar plates! We used to use silver for burns, infections, etc, but now just use Bacitracin. Ask any specialized burn unit. Silver has lost favor in the antibacterial world.

      Now I feel better about my old fashioned cleaning methods of using clean rags and a low tech antibacterial vinegar and water solution instead of fancy expensive cloths.  You know what makes the best dust cloths too?  Old worn out towels cut into pieces.  Use 'em and toss them into the washing machine.

      On the difference between scam MLMs and legitimate direct sales businesses - Tupperware still seems to be on the side of the Gods too.  I hope so.

      9 minutes ago, Kariina said:

      Regardless of the scam-or-not argument, I just find representatives, parties, and pop-ups a ridiculously inefficient way to shop.

      This is my allergic reaction to this stuff too - even legitimate non-pyramid schemes.  I'm not a party person and I detest being invited to these things by friends and acquaintances.  I've never had a family member try to sell me stuff but I can imagine it would be very awkward.

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    • formergothardite

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      11 minutes ago, catlady said:

      fair enough; so Norwex isn't MLM.

      It appears that it is an MLM.

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      Like any other MLM company, you have to become an Independent Norwex Sales Consultant before you could actually earn from this them.

      I will give you some information about the compensation plan that they offer below.

      You can earn 35% commission on your personal retail sales. Initially, you will get a discount of 35% when you buy the products as an Independent Consultant and you can sell the product to the customer at the retail price to earn your profit.

      You also get $300 worth of free product of your choice for each new Qualified Personal Recruit.

      Another way of earning is by hosting parties. This is provided by the company at no cost. The hosts also get generous rewards for hosting parties.

      You can also earn money from the sales of your team. You can recruit your friends, relatives or any stranger that is interested in joining your team. The Internet is a great place to recruit people. I have not yet noticed the percentage of commission on team sales, but I think it should be around 2% to 5%.

      You can also win gifts and awards for doing well as a consultant of this company. You can win gifts and awards from sales incentive programs and team building promotions.

       

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      Norwex gives you 90 days to sell $2,000 worth of products to avoid paying for the starter kit. I think this is not beneficial to most people as selling $2,000 worth of products in 90 days is not easy at all. The starter kit comes with the usual basic business supplies like order forms, catalogues, training materials, and some other things that you will need to start selling.

      The starter kit will cost you $200 when you fail to sell $2,000 worth of products in 90 days.

       

      https://howtopassiveincome.net/what-is-the-norwex-mlm-read-this-before-joining

      Other websites provide this info too. I guess you can sell it without trying to recruit people, but you can do that with Plexus and Plexus is still very much an MLM. 

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    • PennySycamore

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      23 minutes ago, Cartmann99 said:

      Don't you watch those home improvement shows? You'll reduce the number of proselytizers at your door, if you line your sidewalk and flower beds with a cheerful assortment of rainbow colored dildos. :kitty-wink:

      I rather like the suggestion I read some years ago to have a chalk outline on your front walk and tell people that the outline was of the last proselytizer that had come to the house.

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    • SusanDelgado

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