If you think that your job is tough, just imagine what it must be like to work for the Chinese company that is renting out realistic sex dolls as the one who receives the merchandise when it’s returned.
There is a huge growth market in the new, super realistic sex dolls and enterprising businesspeople are understandably looking to get in on the ground floor.
While there have been reports that brothels are offering customers the chance to frolic with one of these sexy silicone babes that don’t know the meaning of the word no, the Beijing-based creator of a new app are allowing horny dudes to select their “dates” along with home delivery.
Of course, the things will have to be thoroughly cleaned and sterilized before being “pimped” out again but the company does promise that “the dolls’ lower parts are changed for every customer” which still means that someone will have to physically receive the rental merchandise, clean it up and “swap” out the bottom parts.
— Global Times (@globaltimesnews) September 14, 2017
Via the Global Times “Silicone pimps: Sex doll sharing app launches in Beijing”:
In the sharing economy of the Wild East it seems anything is rentable. A newly-launched app in China is proving this with its offering of shared sex dolls.
Xiamen-based app developer Touch announced Wednesday that it has started a limited trial run in Beijing that allows users to choose a plastic partner for home delivery.
Rentals cover 24-hours at 298 yuan ($45.5) or up to a week for 1,298 yuan and include an 8,000 yuan deposit.
The app tries to address any health concerns by explaining its hygiene policy.
“The dolls’ lower parts are changed for every customer,” reads the app. “Please remove the lower parts before returning. After the lower parts are cleaned, the doll can be used repeatedly.”
There are five models to choose from, including a “Greek bikini model,” “US Wonder Woman,” “Korean housewife,” “Russian teenager” and “Hong Kong car race cheerleader.” Users can choose hair and eye color, as well as their outfits, such as a nurse or teacher costume.
The company admits it has a certain Beijing demographic in mind.
“It can address all the needs of single geeks. Tap and it will be delivered to your door, and the single life is over for good,” read a post on the company’s official Sina Weibo account.
Hey, it’s a dirty job but someone has to do it.