I was recently chatting with a lady I had a disagreement over about a “monkey” job in mainland China.
The job was being offered at abysmally low pay – and while yours truly obviously wasnt interested, I did engage the lady in a very “heated” debate about it.
Now, I’m still in mainland China, for the record, and I see so many “jobs” posted all over the place for unskilled expats that just need to show up an get paid for basically doing nothing. Basically a “Face” job according to her, and she’s right in that regard, but on the other hand, these “foreign” faces make the local Chinese a lot of money, so it’s a catch 22 situation in terms of whether or not one should pay a decent wage, or rock bottom wage.
Market economics always wins out in a situation like this, of course, but I’m certainly not writing this to tell you that, haha.
I’m writing this to tell you that I quite enjoyed the discussion – NOT just because of our different viewpoints which we apparently agreed to disagree on, but because of the sheer – and again – VIBE – that was permeating through the entire discussion.
Much like Princess Sherry, this lady seems to have me hooked – and I haven’t even see what she looks like as yet (as opposed to the Princess, who actually did send me a few pictures of herself before starting our “business” together).
This lady is also great at avoiding questions, by the way.
“Many foreigners are unskilled! They don’t deserve high pay!” she chirped.
“Well, are all Chinese skilled?” was my response.
“You’re not unskilled”, she later giggled.
“OK, but my question, Madam … ”
“I don’t need a lot of skill to do this job”, she further giggled.
“OK, but my question, Princess … ”
And this might come across as annoying from a logical standpoint – after all, where would a debate be with unanswered questions galore?
But that wasn’t all. She replied to a question with a question (in this case, “what do you do, boy!”) – something which I’ve often written about in my books, of course, and something which was “pioneered”, though certainly not “patented” by the incomparable Sophia Bai.
“Oh wait”, she said, with a smirk on her face.
“Is it boy? Or man? How old are you anyway!?”
“Madam, it doesnt matter how old I am. It depends upon what you prefer!”
“I’m happy to meet you, Madam. It seems you’re a feminist, and …”
Giggle, giggle. And no answers to my questions as yet.
And lest you think I’m making this up – NO – I’m not. I think I recall mentioning the other “Sophia” a coupla a emails ago, and she was pretty blunt about the fact that I DO need to answer all her questions pronto – while she of course, has “carte blanche” in terms of whether or not to even bother sending a response.
Ah, mainland China – the land of the uber – feminists – and for a true male sub, there is really no better place to be!
Last, but not least, if you spot a lady like this who refuses to answer any questions you pose her, and answers everything with another “pointed” question – well – be warned – and be READY. You might just have gotten exactly what you want – and more!!
And that’s all for now. Our current convo has ended in her “ordering me to find a guy to work for”, and my response.
“Well, it’s my job, Madam. ”
And I guess you can figure out how the rest of it will go – or should!
P.S. – We finally got the issues ironed out on the server. Submissive Musings in Mainland China – Volume #2 – featuring Princess Sherry – is right HERE – – https://spicyanderoticfetish.com/submissive-musings-volume-2/