You’ve probably heard the words ‘blessed’ and ‘blesser’ thrown around of late, and I’m not referring to the hashtags on your friend’s Instagram where she thanks the universe for her gluten-free Sunday lunch with friends.
No, we are actually talking about how a site called Blesserfinder is making serious waves around the country. I think you know where this is going, but here’s a little insight from the Sunday Times:
If you haven’t been paying attention, a website called Blesserfinder exists to match “blessers” – rich old married men – with “blessees” – poor young single women.
I’m sure I don’t need to spell out the mechanics but I will anyway. It works like this. Once blesser and blessee (or, if you prefer, she who is blessed) have connected, they enter into a transaction whereby the blesser provides regular money and gifts to the blessed in exchange for, well, you know the rest.
Yeah, that sounds distinctly like a transaction whereby sex is exchanged for money.
Would that make the owners of Blesserfinder pimps? Not according to THIS site, which is worth a read for the owner’s justification alone.
So what does a post from a blessee looking for a blesser look like? Here’s a screenshot from BlesserAds:
Yes those ads do come with pictures, no I’m not that much of a dick that I would include them.
I like the emphasis on ‘especially financially’ in both, which I think makes it all pretty clear what’s going on.
Dress it up how you like, those ‘blessers’ are in for a good time.
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