These sisters have made a lucrative business out of sexy selfies, and it’s easy to see why

Ah, the pleasures of opening your own business. These enterprising sisters from England have received nearly $80,000 (U.S.) worth of gifts from complete strangers who like their photos. No surprise, their gifts come from men, and it’s part of a craze called rinsing. Men find photos of nice looking woman and send them gifts with no expectation of receiving anything in return.

In exchange for posting the sexy selfies, sisters Lucy 28, Sophie, 26, and Stacie Brooks, 25, have received gifts that include laptops, iPads, designer handbags, flowers, cosmetics and more. It’s all harmless fun, the sisters believe. Here’s what Lucy told the Daily Mirror.

It’s not seedy. It’s hardly like we’re selling our bodies. We’re doing many of these men a favour. They love our pictures and tell us how fun we look. We brighten up their day, in an innocent way.

The ladies say their boyfriends don’t mind, although Lucy says there is one problem. Her boyfriend, “thinks it’s funny, if anything. Although he’s stuck on what to get for Christmas as I already have so much.”
What a problem to have.

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