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I kinda see a few conflicts between this auction and what she's going to school for... :whistle: She also wants to earn her Masters Degree without having to work? What kind of trend will this start....

 

Sac State Grad Selling Her Virginity For Tuition

 

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From CBS 13: A Sacramento State grad is trying to make money the old fashioned way, by auctioning off her virginity to help pay for her graduate studies. And so far, bidding is up to $250,000.

 

The 21-year-old who is using the pseudonym Natalie Dylan for safety reasons is going through a legal brothel in Nevada to sell her virginity. Dylan says she's already taken a polygraph test to prove her virginal status, and is also willing to undergo a medical exam.

 

The auction will take place at the Bunny Ranch in Carson City, Nevada with bids coming in through their website. Owner Dennis Hof tells CBS13 that eBay rejected the auction, so he'll handle the entire process.

 

Hof says Dylan is a bright, beautiful young woman who's going to consider a number of factors in her decision because she wants her first time to be a positive experience. "Natalie is a very smart girl. All she wants to do is get her master's degree in family and marriage counseling and be a psychologist. She's selling her virginity to accomplish that," Hof told CBS13. "She's smart enough to sell it. This is empowering her."

 

So far, hundreds of offers have already come in including some from male virgins. Hof says Natalie is going consider a number of things in determining the winner of the auction, including the amount of money offered and the man's personality. "She wants to be with a nice person that is going to help her continue her education," said Hof.

 

Hof also says Natalie Dylan ended up in a financial bind, because her stepfather allegedly used her college status to fraudulently apply for student loans, and then ran off with the money.

 

Dylan earned her bachelor's degree in women's studies from Sacramento State and plans to get her master's at the school beginning in January. According to the Bunny Ranch website, Natalie wants to earn hear Master's degree without having to work while doing her studies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So Geoff.... How high was your bid? :popcorn:

 

 

 

And if you, Wes, Pete and Rick are pooling your money.... And actually WIN... Who's going first? :rofl2:

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It says she'll consider a number of factors, but in theory, some 60 year old millionaire bids 2 million, and some rich 25 year old guy bids $500,000. Who do you think she'll go with? Will she actually follow through with it?

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So Geoff.... How high was your bid? :popcorn:

 

 

 

And if you, Wes, Pete and Rick are pooling your money.... And actually WIN... Who's going first? :rofl2:

 

Wow how did I get brought into this? :blink:

 

Besides I stopped bidding at $10, since I like my hookers cheap. :tits:

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250 grand!!!!...damn the price of virginity has gone up considerably over the years.... :(

 

It used to be a movie and maybe 3 or 4 wine coolers. :tumbsup:

Come on Wes, you're in Wyoming. It's still a movie (or vhs rental) and a few wine coolers there.

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So Geoff.... How high was your bid? :popcorn:

 

 

 

And if you, Wes, Pete and Rick are pooling your money.... And actually WIN... Who's going first? :rofl2:

 

Wow how did I get brought into this? :blink:

 

Besides I stopped bidding at $10, since I like my hookers cheap. :tits:

Plus it was $10 split between you, me and Rick anyway...

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So Geoff.... How high was your bid? :popcorn:

 

 

 

And if you, Wes, Pete and Rick are pooling your money.... And actually WIN... Who's going first? :rofl2:

 

Wow how did I get brought into this? :blink:

 

Besides I stopped bidding at $10, since I like my hookers cheap. :tits:

Plus it was $10 split between you, me and Rick anyway...

Uh, I kinda snuck an extra 35 cents in when you guys weren't looking. Didn't want to low-ball the poor girl. :unsure:

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What an imbecile :loser: ......virgin ha! Ill bet the farm she lost that a looooooong time ago.Probably has a future in porno... :whistle:

She does if she accepts the Geoff, Wes, Pete and Rick offer! :banana:

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So Geoff.... How high was your bid? :popcorn:

 

 

 

And if you, Wes, Pete and Rick are pooling your money.... And actually WIN... Who's going first? :rofl2:

 

Wow how did I get brought into this? :blink:

 

Besides I stopped bidding at $10, since I like my hookers cheap. :tits:

Plus it was $10 split between you, me and Rick anyway...

 

$3.33 from you and I and Rick will have to payup the $3.34.

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250 grand!!!!...damn the price of virginity has gone up considerably over the years.... :(

 

It used to be a movie and maybe 3 or 4 wine coolers. :tumbsup:

Come on Wes, you're in Wyoming. It's still a movie (or vhs rental) and a few wine coolers there.

 

Only if it involves a Goat, Sheep or a Cow. :whistle:

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250 grand!!!!...damn the price of virginity has gone up considerably over the years.... :(

 

It used to be a movie and maybe 3 or 4 wine coolers. :tumbsup:

Come on Wes, you're in Wyoming. It's still a movie (or vhs rental) and a few wine coolers there.

 

Only if it involves a Goat, Sheep or a Cow. :whistle:

:rofl2: I was going to be crude the first time around and say it only invoves a pasture and a few wine coolers there...but coming from a guy that lives in South Dakota that left me open to some pretty good comebacks.

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250 grand!!!!...damn the price of virginity has gone up considerably over the years.... :(

 

It used to be a movie and maybe 3 or 4 wine coolers. :tumbsup:

Come on Wes, you're in Wyoming. It's still a movie (or vhs rental) and a few wine coolers there.

 

Only if it involves a Goat, Sheep or a Cow. :whistle:

:rofl2: I was going to be crude the first time around and say it only invoves a pasture and a few wine coolers there...but coming from a guy that lives in South Dakota that left me open to some pretty good comebacks.

 

Plus you have to remember that I'm not from here, so you can't give me to hard of a time.

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250 grand!!!!...damn the price of virginity has gone up considerably over the years.... :(

 

 

ummmmm.....Priceless :nyanya:

 

So how much did yours go for? :whistle:

 

46P and a packet of Nachos! :rofl2:

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