Bulawayo prostitutes offer winter promotion


With a number of products and companies embarking in various winter warmer promotions to market their goods and services, Bulawayo prostitutes have refused to be outdone. The thigh vendors have reportedly come up with their own winter promotion so as to lure more customers.

With the drastic drop of temperature, the oldest profession in the world usually suffers a set back with most men preferring to stay indoors. However, as a means of luring back their clients, prostitutes in the city of kings and queens have upped their game by warming bedroom slippers in the oven and making coffee to keep the clients warm as means of keeping their business brisk.

Before they indulge into the ‘real thing’ of the night, the hookers reportedly now carry their clients on the back to the bathroom where they are given a well pampered warm bath and after that they are then carried back to the bedroom and into a well-warmed bed and lit heaters.

More-so, instead of being called hookers, these ladies now call themselves ‘mistresses’.

A source who has been keeping tabs on the movements of luxurious cars going in and out of the mistresses’ flats confirmed this new strategy being implemented by the thigh vendors.

“At first I never understood the nice, fancy cars that would draw in at the city’s flats but after asking a few residents they told me about the new WINTER PROMOTION that has hit the market,” he said.

A man who is a regular at one of the city’s flats, who spoke on condition of anonymity, explained the services that are being rendered.

“I was carried to the bathroom, was given a bath and was properly pampered in ointments, then was carried to a bed which was already warmed. In the morning when I got up my feet were put into warm bedroom slippers and the routine became the norm. You would really love it. These girls really know how to take good care of a man,” he said.

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