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An Instagram model has revealed that she earns up to £55,000 a year by posting photos of her feet online.Jessica Gould, 32, who lives in Ontario has amassed more than 10,000 followers thanks to her daily snaps of her tootsies. I'm actually not a petroleum engineer — I quit school. I know it's disgusting, but I literally puked on my sheets. This is Morgantown: a drinking town with a football problem. You know, Morgantown is not like any other town there is in this world. So I was freaking out, and then I heard a group of the frat guys laughing. It's an underground society but it's thriving. Just tell me when I first meet you, "Hi, I'm so-and-so. Maybe we'll meet later." I'm not an asshole, I'm just saying. We met a few months before we started dating, at his birthday, through mutual friends. Later, I was walking to his fraternity house, and on the way, I saw a dollar on the ground, and picked it up, and quickly realized that there was poop in the dollar. Like girls getting volunteered to be gang-banged by a bunch of whatever males are there.

Speaking to Cosmopolitan, Jessica describes her surprise at the popularity of her photos. There've been countless times when I've been really drunk, been hot and heavy in the moment, like hard and ready. When I was sixteen and told them I was gay, they just looked at me and laughed, and were like, "Well, obviously. " I've heard a lot of horror stories about it, but I guess I got lucky. But there are some people I know who were afraid to come out thinking they'd get kicked out of their houses. K: And a lot of people from more rural areas come here, which shows that a good percentage of the population actually is gay but it's so unacceptable there that even if you knew someone who was gay, you couldn't approach them or there'd be really big trouble with your neighbors and town. I'm a theater major and I have lots of transsexual friends, gay friends, bi friends, friends who don't even choose to identify. I mean, when I was five years old, I was like, "I'm fucking gay." So, it was never really an issue of coming out with my parents, 'cause they kind of knew. When you say you're a "serial dater," what does that mean? I'll find somebody, I'll date them, if it doesn't work out, I'll find somebody else. And they just don't have any other outlets for gay activity. But, if the date's really good, and you get a little Chitty Chitty Bang Bang on, afterwards, you're gonna need a Red. I have my phone, in case I get in a date-rape situation. We also have a pack of Marlboro Reds, because if the date's bad, you're gonna need a Red. Which means that on any given night you can take somebody home with you. How do you spot the girls who are going to come home with you? Is there anything about a girl that would immediately cross her off your list? Or the next day, and if breakfast or lunch goes horribly, then it's over. I do, but I respect my ex-girlfriends and I will refrain from sharing that. I don't know if this is appropriate, but I met this girl one time, at a bar — friends of friends — and we started talking. And I'm like, "All right, I'll go for it for now." We get back home, we're in bed, we're fooling around, and she's like, "Give me a second, I've got to go to the bathroom." And I'm like "Sure, that's fine." She comes back, stands in the doorway, naked, and I see a fucking tampon string. The dating scene here is different — the hottest girl will go for the douchiest guy, or vice-versa. There's such a motley collection of people here. I pushed him up against the wall and almost hit him in the face. Well, if there was one thing you could change about men in general, what would it be? K: Yeah, that one of us has slept with one of our cousins at some point. D: Definitely that we're racist, homophobic hicks. D: I personally don't know anyone who's homophobic.