Video: How To Get Free Cake, Champagne And Taxi Rides

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In this video a girl goes out dressed up, wearing high heels and make-up and is able to score things for free – everything from taxi rides to free cake and champagne! It’s great! She’s living like an aristocrat!

She goes out wearing a frumpy outfit with her hair in pony-tail and no one gives her anything for free. It’s really sad and I wish there was a way you could avoid watching that part.

What I’ve gotten out of this video is you should start asking for stuff for free. Let’s all ask! Let’s all ask all the time! Because no one seemed that offended by it. Some people say “no” but they do so almost regretfully, as though they wish they could give things away for free, like Santa Claus.

Okay, throw on some heels and then ask. I’m sure this is upsetting because it seems to indicate that “pretty women get stuff for free” but it’s the same woman. What it actually mean is “you’ll get stuff for free if you wear a tank dress and espadrilles.” Cake and champagne for everyone! Embrace the beauty privilege, I guess!

Or not and this is really offensive and people should get things for free based on their inner beauty. But it’s really hard to tell if someone has a beautiful pancreas.

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    • Kelly

      Woah – super interesting. Have to say I don’t know if it ever occurred to me to just ask for things for free!

      A few times I’ve gotten things for free from baristas, etc who I guess were flirting with me? (I want to emphasize a FEW – I’m not bragging here, must have had a couple good days or lonely bartenders or something.) I never knew what to do – I mean, I didn’t ask for it, I wasn’t interested in like, hanging out with the guy or anything. So I think I always just said thanks and walked away like I would have anyway if I had paid? Is there etiquette here?

    • JustSaying

      She makes a really interesting point, but I do think it’s important to note the difference in the way she asks and bargains for things in the two different looks/ She’s much more persistent, tells stories/fibs for why she wants something for free, flirts more, etc. I’d be even more interested to see if she could produce similar results when acting the same way for both the dolled up her and the plain her.

    • Kristen

      I think some of the difference is the demeanor with which you carry yourself when you think you look “unattractive” or “plain”. When she was sexy, she asked for everything in a much sexier manner. She flirted for the free things. When she was plain, she asked bluntly and awkwardly. Sexy her leaned over seductively into the cab and built up to the free part using a sweet, girlish, pleading tone of voice. Unsexy her just said flatly, “Can I have a free ride?”. So, while I agree that so called “attractive people” get preferential treatment, her experiment wasn’t controlled. She acted differently in addition to dressing differently. There’s still the possibility that people were reacting to her demeanor.

    • Kristen

      Just noticed the person before me said the same thing.

      Well, that begs the question, could plain looking people still get the same perks as the beautiful and sexy, if they just asked for it with confidence and the assumption that they would get it?

    • Commonsense

      in your description you say
      (quote) it’s the same woman. What it actually mean is “you’ll get stuff for free if you wear a tank dress and espadrilles.”(unquote)
      These people dont realise its the same woman, therefore its the prettier women who get the better stuff in life. How would they treat her knowin it was the same girl? Its a shame this is how society goes.