What does the phrase “I’m easy but I’m not cheap” imply?

8 Answers

  1. It doesnt take much for someone to get you to do something as long as they pay you.

  2. I wouldn’t assume its really a prostitute or a high maintenance woman. Other women may use this phrase a defense mechanism to test a guy and his patience. Usually I would think that if she says this in a meaningful way. I would think it means Don’t take my kindness for granted for it will cost you.

    It would be understandable if she is a prostitute and it clearly shows or she implies to you that she is. But prostitutes aren’t really that complicated nor do they say such a phrase to really lure a client they go for almost any amount that is reasonable or agreed upon. A lot of guys think that women are easy or she is an easy pickup. But if she says such a phrase I’m pretty damn sure it’s more than just financial worth she is after.

  3. Basically a prostitute.

    Or maybe the person is easy to get along with, but high maintenance. Which really isn’t all that bad…as long as you have some extra cash to spend haha 🙂

  4. Meaning that you may be easy to get in bed, however it comes with a price. Like a prositute.

  5. You must be wined and dined at expensive places before getting sex. Or getting expensive gifts. Sex will come after, no guessing needed.

  6. yep dont say it

  7. Expensive prostitute!

  8. amateur prostitute

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to please and anxious not to offend.


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