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These activities definitely have entertainment value: in the first episode one contestant uses his penis as a paint brush. Here's the premise: two contestants, a guy and a girl, come to an exotic locale and go on three dates with three different people, naked.
(One of the dates is with each other.) In between the dates, the contestants and their suitors hang out in the Jungle Villa, where clothes are optional and beds are abundant, encouraging the contestants to just do the already.
This task can be accomplished by 2 ways: either through the dating sites, or by purchasing a database of e-mails of "amers" and spamming them.
"Amer", "pindos" or "loh", that's how they call their victims.
Here they mingled with the penniless painters, sculptors, poets and composers who had moved to the area from the increasingly chichi Montmartre, in search of cheap rent, cheap cafés and run-down buildings that might serve as studios.
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If they choose to do it through the dating services, the next step is acquiring a database of stolen credit card numbers and Pay Pal accounts.
These are sold by hackers and can be obtained on the Russian Internet.
At six feet tall, raven-haired and ravishingly beautiful, 21-year-old Anna Akhmatova proved something of a sensation when she arrived in Paris on the arm of her husband in 1910 – people would turn to look at her in the street.
The couple were on their honeymoon, and, being poets of some repute in their native Russia, headed straight for Montparnasse, then the favoured haunt of the Parisian avant garde.