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Meet Man Who Makes A Living Sleeping With Married & Unmarried Women

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Paul Zuluka, a young man in his late 20s from South Africa who said his job is to satisfy women in bed in exchange for money.

“This is the best idea I’ve ever had. I love s.ex and am great at it, so I enjoy every moment. I get money for doing something I love,” said 27-year-old Paul Zuluka from Meadowlands, Soweto.

“I help married women keep their relationships going and reduce their stress.”

He said he started his business in September 2015 because he could not find work.

“I’m a Ugandan graduate. I came to South Africa to get a job in 2014, but that didn’t happen so I had to do something,” said Paul.

But Paul’s Man-For-Hire business also has its challenges.

“I also get calls from men who offer me a lot of money to satisfy their wives, but I’m a man and am only available to women only because men cant be trusted. They can call you to sleep with their wives then kill you or take you to court for adultery,” he said.

Paul says it is also difficult when he has too many clients in one day. He says it becomes a problem when women book him for one round, change their minds and want three or four.

“It messes up my work schedule,” he said.

“They forget there are other married and divorced women who want a piece of me as well.”

Paul explained that sometimes women start getting too attached.

“I’m just doing my job.”

He says most of the women come from Sandton.

“Some even offer more cash. Some times I do 6 or more of them in one room to beat congestion as many want to be satisfied sexually”, he said adding that most of his clients are married women.

Daily Sun spoke to a beautful married woman who said Paul was perfect.

“My husband travels a lot because he works for government and many weeks pass without sex. I have Paul to satisfy me. I’m a businesswoman. Paul’s the best in the game than my hubby,” she said.

Another woman said she has a boyfriend but he doesn’t satisfy her, so Paul saves her relationship.

“I love my boyfriend and don’t want to lose him. What he doesn’t know won’t hurt him,” she said. Paul charges R400 for one round and R2 000 for 24 hours.

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Why Snoring Is Dangerous For Women — New Study

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The hearts of women who snore appear to become damaged more quickly than those of men who “saw lumber” at night, a new study suggests.

Evaluating nearly 4,500 British adults who underwent cardiac imaging, researchers also learned that obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) may be vastly underdiagnosed among snorers.

This finding surprised study author Dr. Adrian Curta, who heads cardiac imaging at Munich University Hospital in Germany.

“A further surprise was the different manifestation of disease according to gender,” Curta said. “Females show different alterations in cardiac [measures]. A possible reason for this could be that women with OSA are more vulnerable to cardiac alterations.”

The research was to be presented Thursday at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, in Chicago.

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How to spot a lie in a text message

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While many are able to identify a liar based on their body language, it becomes a lot more challenging when couples are conversing via text message. Expert reveals the nine red flags to look out for in a message and why compliments are not always a positive thing

So, to help identify some of the most common red flags of an untruthful text, Australian dating expert Louanne Ward has listed the nine top clues to look out for.

‘Spotting a liar is a lot easier when you are face to face because you can pick up their body language cues,’ she said.

‘One of the best tools you have is your gut feeling and intuition but whenever you are looking for a lie in a text message add these all together and see how many times they appear.’

Non-committal and vague answers

‘These are answers like “I am not quite sure”, “it was probably”, “it might have been”, “maybe” and “sometime around”,’ Louanne said.

‘If you asked someone “How is your day, do you want to catch up?” someone who is lying might say something like “I have a busy day ahead, not sure what time I will finish up I will probably just have an early night”.’

Changing the subject and creating a diversion

‘People do this because it’s very hard to tell one lie on top of another lie,’ Louanne said.

‘By creating a diversion, they are moving away from the lie they have just told.’

What is an example of how a diversion is used to cover a lie?

When somebody creates a diversion, they answer the question but they want to project somewhere else so they don’t have to deal with that subject anymore.

Answer: ‘Not much I just caught up with some friends for a few drinks – do you remember the name of the book that Sally was telling us about last week over dinner?’

Taking a long time to answer a short question

‘You can see when somebody is replying, you can see the bubbles, so if you see if somebody is taking a long time it might be that they are distracted half way through but it could be that they are telling you a lie,’ Louanne said.

‘These are things like I “my”, “we” and “our”. They remove them because they don’t want to personalise the message too much,’ Louanne said.

What is an example of a text message avoiding personal pronouns?

Someone who is innocent: ‘I ended up having dinner with Tony. After we saw our last client, we finished up quite late and then we went and had a game of pool.’

Somebody who is likely dodging the truth: ‘Had dinner with Tony and then a game of pool.’

Abruptly leaving the conversation after a question is asked

‘If they do that and don’t answer the question, when they message next time that question will usually be avoided,’ Louanne said.

Using compliments and empathy

‘A liar might say something like “I’m not sure what time I am finishing up. My last client is a real talker but much rather be spending my day with you as you always make me happy”,’ Louanne said.

‘Don’t jump to conclusions but if it seems vague be wary.’

Over-sharing of details that are not relevant

‘They do this to throw you off track,’ Louanne said.

‘A lie will sound something like this: “Tony and I decided to go for dinner and we were quite hungry so we found this place that had a $15 parmigiana. The parmigiana was good but they were really busy and it took a long time”.’

Over-sharing of information to make the story sound more believable

‘It is quite similar to the previous point but this time the answer is more relevant to the question asked,’ Louanne said.

‘When somebody over exaggerates and it’s a very short question that you ask and they are telling a really long story sometimes it is to cover up a lie.’

What is an example of over-sharing to make a story believable?

Question: ‘What did you do last night?’

Answer: ‘Tony and I were quite hungry after we finished with our last client so we decided to find somewhere to eat and we stumbled across this place that had these $15 parmigianas which were really great and after that I was so full so I wanted to burn off some of the calories so we decided to go for a game of pool. Tony isn’t very good at pool so I had a win and we had a few beers, it was a good night actually.’

Being defensive and using qualifying words

‘Qualifying statements include “if you must know”, “to be honest with you”, “it was actually” and “all I am saying is”,’ Louanne said.

‘When somebody has to qualify their words that’s something to look out for.’

 

 

Source: MSN

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“Love yourself”~ Lady with butt implant warns after sorrowful end

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An Instagram model from New York is currently in very bad condition after her butt implants began having negative effects on her.

Desiree Davis, otherwise known as Smiley Asian, got illegal butt injections in 2010 through 2012 and it’s now affecting her health.

She’s been going in and out of hospital as a result of complications and is now warning women about getting b** injections.

In a video shared online, Desiree is seen crying as she spoke about her condition and warned women to love themselves as they are and not consider getting injections for larger backside.

She revealed that the people who performed the procedure on her are now in jail because someone didn’t make it during the procedure. So, she can’t go back to them to undo what they’ve done.

She is now sourcing for funds from people via a GoFundMe account to raise money for her medical bills.

 

 

By: Tim Afrik|Tamale online

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