Do you remember the movie Indecent Proposal starting Demi Moore and Woody Harrelson? The plot of the movie was actually very simple. Demi Moore and Woody Harrelson were high-school sweethearts who married and were very successful economically. Demi played a highly successful real-estate agent, while Woody’s character was an architect who was widely successful in his own right. Then, an economic recession hit (sound familiar) and Woody lost his job. The couple could no longer make the mortgage payment on their house.
Swimming in debt, the couple decides to borrow $5,000 from Woody’s family. They head to Las Vegas and gamble their borrowings – the goal is to win enough money to pay off the mortgage on their house. Initially, they got lucky and were up $25,000. However, if you know anything about the casino business model, then you definitely know that the house eventually wins – especially if you keep playing. So, they lose it all.
Demi, down on her luck, was spotted by Robert Redford’s character – who was immediately attracted to her physically. He subsequently invites Demi and Woody to a lavish party where he offers Woody $1 million to spend a night with his wife.
To find out if Demi and Woody accept their indecent proposal (DVD), you’ll need to watch the movie. However, I have a proposal for you. Is it indecent? You tell me.
The Indecent Proposal
With the economic problems that we face today, the infamous saying “everybody’s got a price” has more meaning than ever. Let’s find out exactly how true that statement is. If you’re currently natural, how much money would it take for you to get another relaxer?
I know some of you may say, “It’s just hair and I could always big chop again later” – essentially restarting my natural hair journey. So, show me the money – but that’s too easy. I want to take that option off of the table completely.
In order for you to receive the cash payout you must continue relaxing your hair every three months for the rest of your life. If you ever decide to stop relaxing again, you must repay the money. How strong is your commitment to natural hair? Before you answer that, are you willing to forgo your personal beliefs for money? Would you start back relaxing again for $1 million? If not, how much money would it take for you to go back to relaxers?
So, does everybody really have a price? What’s your price? Leave your comments below.