IT SEEMS she is willing to exchange real-life nude pictures of herself for something that exists only in cyberspace - items for her online pet.
Is that all her modesty is worth?
The question doesn't seem to bother the Facebook user, who introduces herself as Ling Er, an 18-year-old Singaporean.
Her offer has drawn some flak, even from other netizens who are blase about such shenanigans.
As one of them put it, she may have taken games addiction and online barter to a new low.
The teenager set up a Facebook group last month to get netizens to give her virtual items for her character in the popular game Pet Society on the networking site.
The name of her group: My birthday suit contest.
To date, some 133 users have signed up as members of the group.
The game, which can be played by Facebook members who download it, allows them to create and play with a virtual pet, buy it items, and pit its 'skills' against those of others.
The object of the game is to acquire as many points as possible.
These points allow players to acquire more virtual items for their pets' homes.
On her Facebook group, Ling Er has appealed to netizens to give her their most valuable Pet Society gifts possible.
She claimed that senders of the best five gifts would get a set of nude pictures of her in return.
They have to do so by 1May.
She has even listed those who have sent the most valuable gifts so far.
The teen wrote on the site: 'I will send you guys pics of me in my birthday suit that I was born with.'
Er, does she mean baby pics, perhaps? Who knows.
But since the group was set up, it has attracted more than 100 members, almost all of them men.
Wow. Proof there are 133 idiots around. Once she gets your pets, she'll run. No way you're getting ANY pictures!