/ Most overpriced things in Poland?
One of my friends ( he is from the US) studied here in Amsterdam "sex and gender studies"
He had to do a research on prostitutes, i accompanied him to the red light district to interview some of them. Many of them affirmed and reaffirmed that they loved their job, that they hated having to go to an office job, or even go to school.
I am no expert but i'll hazard that the red light district of amsterdam is somehow a different working environment than the highways and parlours of poland, whether or not you agree doubtfully changes my guess.
Now who are you to tell those girls that they should feel ashame, or sad, or frustrated, if they feel great with what they do, and they can joke about it, and they chose for it, then its just another job.
English isn't your first language so this may not be fair for you. Now here you are claiming i at some point told girls in amsterdam that they should be ashamed of their career choice? To say you're reaching is an understatement.
Would you also get uneasy if i made a comment on how overpriced the inmigration lawyers in Poland are? Some of them didn't have choice, they studied that cause they were forced by their parents, or because it makes the most money. would it upset you to?
You are actually trying to make a comparison between the general circumstances a woman finds herself in that leads her to prostitution and those of an immigration lawyer? You are actually comparing parents forcing their children to study to pimps and johns forcing their women to work and taking a sizable cut of their pay?
Again I'll ask you my earlier question, just something to ponder:
if you had a daughter would you find it funny if she sold her body despite not being in extreme need?
My original question was as to the mindset of someone who would make such a comment and think it funny. I think you've given me my answer.