Woman wears a pair of underwear for 3 weeks and sells them for $5,000
She said she first got into the business after searching around online for how to make extra money. She said:
"I saw that some girls were making good money from this, so I thought I'd try it out".
And she did. The internet (and the world) is full of people who fetishize worn underwear, whether they enjoy the natural scent, or want to purchase a pair someone has masturbated in. "I try to list three or four pairs each week, although I can get a bit lazy," she explains. In her six-month stint, she had raked in about $4,000.
One day, this same seller approached her with a "special request." The buyer told her to wear the same pair of underwear for three weeks without changing or washing it, and she'd be paid $5,000.
She admits the idea grossed her out at first, but according to Lady Kitten, "the money was too good an opportunity to pass up."
She said she "felt really disgusting" throughout that three-week period, again, the price tag kept her going. "Luckily I live by myself and tried to stay indoors for most of the three weeks, so no one could notice," she said.
As for what she'll do with the new income, the answer was simple: "It's going straight toward school fees!"
She said she could have cheated by not wearing the same pair of underwear for the whole three weeks which would have been "the most efficient way to do it," but she had some words of warning for would-be panty crooks: "Some of these buyers know their underwear; they'll catch on."
Her buyer, however, seems satisfied with his recent purchase. While he was thrilled and she enjoys working with him, she called the ordeal a "nightmare" and won't be repeating it again "unless it's for a lot of money."
Lady Kitten said she would keep this part of her life to herself adding:
"I see nothing wrong with it, but I know my family would, and would probably look down on me. I'd also be penalized because of it when looking for a job. I think because it's different than the norm people don't like it. People never like things that are different."