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Wednesday 1 April 2009, 12.18am HKT

A personal ad from Craigslist (boldfaced emphasis mine):

U won’t be disappointed – 26 (HK )

Date: 2009-03-10, 12:05PM HKT

I’m 26/F/HK. I would like to make this a very succint and frank post.

1) I’m going to be in HK for the summer and possibly moving back for good in the near future.

2) I’m originally born HK, but grew up in different countries (mainly US).

3) I’m not looking for a sugar daddy, so u don’t have to be rich. I normally like guys with a decent sense of humor. Looks are not that important in the sense that u don’t have to be handsome, but if u r ugly… urh … U get the gist.

4) I’m considered by most to have a very pretty face, and average body (like most Chinese girl).

If u r interested to hang out, have some fun, and get to know each other with a open mind. Reply to the post, and we can exchange FB or pics.

BTW, don’t be intimidated … I’m highly educated, but too much education only make one less and less intelligent.

Location: HK

(via Craigslist, 13 March 2009)

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