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Playboy?

Postby Paige123 » Wed Feb 05, 2014 1:38 pm

Hi,

I have recently had a baby he is 4 months old and finances dictate that I have to go back to work n two months and I really don't want to leave him and child care is so expensive and I won't actually be any better off for working.(I would never claim benefits, not that I would be entitle to).

My problem is I am an attractive girl and ex model and have been offered to work for playboy in America when I said I wouldn't leave my son they suggested They send me a laptop and I work frm home , talking to clients. I have been offered nearly a thousand pounds a week to do this, I am so tempted but I have never used my looks to get me money before but this would change my sons life and my mortgage would be paid with a weeks work and I would get to stay with my son.

I do have a husband but he works away a lot .

What should I do
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Re: Playboy?

Postby rufio89 » Wed Feb 05, 2014 3:42 pm

When you say 'working from home' and 'talking to clients', what does this involve?

At the end of the day, it's something that is neither right or wrong, it's all down to how comfortable you are with it and how you think you'd feel about it afterwards.
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Re: Playboy?

Postby ILoveChristmas » Thu Feb 06, 2014 11:49 am

rufio89 wrote:it's all down to how comfortable you are with it and how you think you'd feel about it afterwards.


I agree, regardless of what's involved the question is whether you'll be comfortable with it. If you're not, or if you think you need to keep it secret from your husband, then I'd suggest it's very much not worth it.

Communication will be the key if you are considering it though. Talk it through with your husband and make a commitment to do only what you both agree on. We don't know what's involved, but it sounds like it could be something that could very quickly drive a wedge through your marriage.
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