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So I'm getting more and more into the realm of indies rather than parlours and have a booking with a top girl coming up in a couple of weeks and I'd really like to get things off to a good start so was considering taking a gift, as Ive heard people sometimes do this?

If so, what would be appropriate? I was thinking wine and chocolates or something like that? I don't want to break the bank but a nice gesture would start things off well I think.

So basically what I'm asking is do you take/have you ever taken a gift for a WG? What do you normally take? Is it even appropriate, particularly for a first meeting?

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Don't take a gift on a first meeting, or even on the second. Chocolates and wine aren't always appreciated, although the girl won't say that to your face (chocolates make you fat and wine suggests you're a drunk, and everybody gets those). Try and get something the girl likes. I was with a girl who said she likes rock music, so the next time I saw her I bought her a rock CD. It was just a little gesture.

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Don't take a gift on a first meeting, or even on the second. Chocolates and wine aren't always appreciated, although the girl won't say that to your face (chocolates make you fat and wine suggests you're a drunk, and everybody gets those). Try and get something the girl likes. I was with a girl who said she likes rock music, so the next time I saw her I bought her a rock CD. It was just a little gesture.

Unless know their likes/dislikes, decent alternatives hard to find. I always found wine and chocolates a good ice-breaker. It's not as if they're being forced to eat or drink; it's just a gesture and they can do as they please. Once did get to know someone, gifts ranged from vintage bottles to books and CDs to computer accessories. Only no-no was flowers.

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Unless know their likes/dislikes, decent alternatives hard to find. I always found wine and chocolates a good ice-breaker. It's not as if they're being forced to eat or drink; it's just a gesture and they can do as they please. Once did get to know someone, gifts ranged from vintage bottles to books and CDs to computer accessories. Only no-no was flowers.

I agree with Kino. I like to bring along a small gift of the sort suggested by Kino even on the first meeting. I think it provides a good atmosphere & have ALWAYS found it appreciated by the lady. If I get along well with the lady I tend to bring along something more expensive after, say, the 3rd or 4th meeting; perfume for instance having found out of course her preference in that respect.

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I have always considered taking a gift to someone you have never met is bad manners, as you dont know what they would appreciate.Anyway , whatever you give doesn't make them think differently about you . As one WG said to me " bring money , not presents "

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I used to be a regular of a wg who wintered in Australia. I didn't usually bring presents but as I wouldn't be seeing her for a while I purchased her some Clarins sun lotion and put it in a gift bag with her fee.

At the end of the punt there was an awkward exchange where she had to ask me for her money. All ended well when I told her it was in the bag with her gift, but it did bring home to me that she hadn't even looked at it.

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I often think it is a bit odd that ladies have that they would like gifts on their site and actually name what they want. Seems a bit pushy. Punting is expensive enough! I would only bring a lady a gift after a few times of seeing her and knowing what she wants.

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whats with the gifts? go out and get a gf or a mrs to give gifts too. when u see a wg the wad of cash u give for the 30 mins or hour is more then enough and is a gift in itself. get a grip

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whats with the gifts? go out and get a gf or a mrs to give gifts too. when u see a wg the wad of cash u give for the 30 mins or hour is more then enough and is a gift in itself. get a grip

Ha ha :D Why can't you do both? And since when was cash for escorts a gift? I always thought it was a business transaction. And any transaction can sometimes be sweetened. A gift isn't necessarily going to get you a better time, but if it helps the mood, surely that's for better? I always worked on principle I'm spending all this money anyway, what difference any extra x amount, if it helps even a little. And some ladies return the favour too, with their own gifts...

I often think it is a bit odd that ladies have that they would like gifts on their site and actually name what they want. Seems a bit pushy. Punting is expensive enough! I would only bring a lady a gift after a few times of seeing her and knowing what she wants.

I guess they're working on principle that IF you're going to bring a gift, hey, may as well bring something they like. I don't think they'd think any less if turned up with something different. As folks say, it's thought that counts. And it's not compulsory.

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So I'm getting more and more into the realm of indies rather than parlours and have a booking with a top girl coming up in a couple of weeks and I'd really like to get things off to a good start so was considering taking a gift, as Ive heard people sometimes do this?

If so, what would be appropriate? I was thinking wine and chocolates or something like that? I don't want to break the bank but a nice gesture would start things off well I think.

So basically what I'm asking is do you take/have you ever taken a gift for a WG? What do you normally take? Is it even appropriate, particularly for a first meeting?

A small gift is usually appreciated but certainly not essential.

For me, flowers are perfect.

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That's why they are perfect :P

And thank you my friend......... where's the other 49 though :D:D

I was going to replace them with kisses. You're making me go all fluffie :D x

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I was going to replace them with kisses. You're making me go all fluffie :D x

As long as you don't go soft :D

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As long as you don't go soft :D

I will after a couple of hours :D

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I take one girl Cadbury's Dairy Milk as she mentioned she loved it once to me in passing. She's turned down offers of more exotic chocolate (such as Montezuma's), because she only likes Dairy Milk...

I actually joked the last time that I might pay her in chocolate one time. Strangely, she didn't object to that suggestion. :D

(The moral of the above anecdote is that it pays to be attentive and to listen. :D)

B

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I often take a small amount of chocolate. The first SP I did this for started to talk about her favourites - that's what I take now and it has been intimately involved in our meetings. I never saw chocolate as sensual before - now I can have an instant reminder when I can't pay a visit, by buying a bar of said chocolate!

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My thought was that it'd make a good first impression and break the ice a little bit. She seems to be the top escort in my area and I'd hopefully like it to be a regular thing so thought a gift might be a nice gesture on the first meeting. At the same time though, I don't want to come across creepy or anything...

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Frankly taking a gift to a WG youve never seen before is sad and a joke.

IF you see a regular over many times yes by all means an occasional item keeps her sweet

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Best to get to know them first, i've been bought chocolates and flowers on first or second meetings but the really thoughtful gifts are the ones that clients have spoken to me about, such as books they think I'd enjoy, or something they've seen that reminded them of me. :D

Good luck and have fun darling!

JJ xx

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