if it works like count(), then it would be making use of from_self() which disables eager loads already.

On 12/01/2016 09:47 AM, Adrian wrote:
Would you be interested in a PR adding `Query.row_exists()` or even
`Query.row_exists(disable_eagerloads=True)` which would also disable
eagerloads by default?

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