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What motivates an escort lady?

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The other day,I met an old German lady friend in Berlin,for lunch.She was looking well.She started to talk about the business(she now runs an agency-but for someone else).It's pretty much the same in Berlin,as in every other capital city.I asked her what motivated her to get into the business.This was here reply

'' I knew that i was good looking from a young age.I took my Arbitur and then waited for a University place.That was taking a long time.I also discovered that I liked sex.Through a girlfriend I did some escorting,always meeting wealthy men.It struck me that this might be a good way to meet a life partner(! my exclam).I did do that,but the relationship did not last,although we were in love.Since then,I have shied away from any such arrangements and did not want to become someone's mistress,as that is an unequal relationship''

I asked her how she felt now,and she said that she regretted not taking some chances with relationships,in the past.

After lunch I drove her home to Charlottendburg,and we agreed to meet again.

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Mere curiosity but was there much of a purpose to this thread starter? Think my sabbatical was a bit too long as I cannot detect any point made other than perhaps the chance to reveal what a globetrotter and worldly guy the OP is by interjecting some foreign location. But sometimes when trying to throw in foreign words and destinations it can end up making you look like Hyacinth Bucket pronounced /buːˈkeɪ/ rather than some jet setting international playboy if you get them wrong. 'Tis Abitur and Charlottenburg btw. You could always try to Google before you post your next amazingly fascinating anecdote. :)

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After lunch I drove her home to Charlottendburg,and we agreed to meet again.

That night there was an earthquake in Peru.

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That night there was an earthquake in Peru.

That's some great Nouveau Vague literature! :)

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BH, SaS, Mucha as I agree with both of you, you didnt answer the question.

Apart from 42, I can think of various answers, some of which are straight from the cabbies keyboard (poundsigns please), and some are more esoteric (life-calling, voyage of discovery, sense of adventure, meaning of life etc..).

Also consider: What motivates a punter bloke ?

separate thread?

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BH, SaS, Mucha as I agree with both of you, you didnt answer the question.

Apart from 42, I can think of various answers, some of which are straight from the cabbies keyboard (poundsigns please), and some are more esoteric (life-calling, voyage of discovery, sense of adventure, meaning of life etc..).

Also consider: What motivates a punter bloke ?

separate thread?

Its a vocation isn't it? lol :)

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money is the motorvater

see a daily paper today a WG who is on TV in a certain program says she earns £1K a day

enough said

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money is the motorvater

see a daily paper today a WG who is on TV in a certain program says she earns £1K a day

enough said

Where's that pinch of salt when you need it :)

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That night there was an earthquake in Peru.

And a meteor storm in the galaxy of Andromeda

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Tis the end of summer and the start of the silly season............... that is motivation enough.

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Mere curiosity but was there much of a purpose to this thread starter? Think my sabbatical was a bit too long as I cannot detect any point made other than perhaps the chance to reveal what a globetrotter and worldly guy the OP is by interjecting some foreign location. But sometimes when trying to throw in foreign words and destinations it can end up making you look like Hyacinth Bucket pronounced /buːˈkeɪ/ rather than some jet setting international playboy if you get them wrong. ‘Tis Abitur and Charlottenburg btw. You could always try to Google before you post your next amazingly fascinating anecdote. :)

Honey: I don't think just because OP mentioned place in Germany (as well as misspelling Abitur and Chalottenburg) he want to appear as some kind of "worldly globetrotter". Its just the only mere land of the Sourkraut FCS, lol, not some far flung exotic places, where you need to remortgage the house to visit them or to live there. Also: notice OP location, which is Majorca. Hardly "globetrotting" or pretentious either.

Was you in a bit of a bad mood when you posted it?

I thought his topic is perfectly valid, if only the post and the quote from WG was to self-explanatory.

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Honey: I don't think just because OP mentioned place in Germany (as well as misspelling Abitur and Chalottenburg) he want to appear as some kind of "worldly globetrotter". Its just the only mere land of the Sourkraut FCS, lol, not some far flung exotic places, where you need to remortgage the house to visit them or to live there. Also: notice OP location, which is Majorca. Hardly "globetrotting" or pretentious either.

Was you in a bit of a bad mood when you posted it?

I thought his topic is perfectly valid, if only the post and the quote from WG was to self-explanatory.

Not crumpy nor howling at the full moon, just being a teeny petit pois ironic with regards to his globetrotting and exiting story. :) I realise now that a small point has been made in the actual heading. I still find it very Hyacinth Bucket like to inject foreign terms like Abitur into a post if you then spell it wrong. Just say bloody A levels lol

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Its just the only mere land of the Sourkraut FCS, lol, not some far flung exotic places, where you need to remortgage the house to visit them or to live there.

Hang on a mo' ! Berlin is the centre of the civilised world, and although Germany's capital, it is not a German city - one of the great lexicographers described it as a German-speaking city (just look through the telephone directory - about a third of the names show French Hugenot ancestry, and then there are the Poles, and and) ... and although several friends were in exactly the right place at the right time when the occupation ended to get startling bargains, if you want to live there, then you will have to remortgage everything.

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oh dear the majority of wg's entered the business for money pure and simple - they may well find that aspects of it as well of the money appeals to them too such as for me the variety, dealing with my libido on my terms and not having to wake up with someone nor do their laundry. meeting new and often interesting men all the time when it suits me with out having to shout above the din of a bar or endless phone calls and doing the dating dance. But primarily it is the fiscal side that is my motivation, the rest is a bonus.

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That’s some great Nouveau Vague literature! :D
He's usually a bit vague.:)

And he's a mood killer - I was about to pour myself a glass of absinth and savour all of the various plot possibilities evoked by OP's invitation to dream. :(

Just looked out the window and it has just started to rain again. Curse you, SaSfan!

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I am short eur/yen! Thought I'd join in too :):D

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I enjoyed your comments on my Berlin trip!.You remind me of a teacher! My written German and French is not as good as my speech in those languages.Irritating things like umlauts and accents get in the way!

I am certainly not a playboy/globetrotter but have a serious engineering business.I work (and play) hard.Why not?

Enjoy Kettering.It was very unremarkable when I was last there!

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oh dear the majority of wg's entered the business for money pure and simple - they may well find that aspects of it as well of the money appeals to them too such as for me the variety, dealing with my libido on my terms and not having to wake up with someone nor do their laundry. meeting new and often interesting men all the time when it suits me with out having to shout above the din of a bar or endless phone calls and doing the dating dance. But primarily it is the fiscal side that is my motivation, the rest is a bonus.

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I enjoyed your comments on my Berlin trip!.You remind me of a teacher! My written German and French is not as good as my speech in those languages.Irritating things like umlauts and accents get in the way!

I am certainly not a playboy/globetrotter but have a serious engineering business.I work (and play) hard.Why not?

Enjoy Kettering.It was very unremarkable when I was last there!

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I must be going gaga as I cannot see a comment anywhere by Beth calling you a show-off re globe trotting, or anywhere that she corrected your dodgy German.

Your comment re Kettering was therefore not only unremarkable but also catty.x

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I think you may need glasses? Take a look at message #2 in this thread?

As for Kettering-have you been there? I have-several times-and it's not a lot of fun/barrel of laughs.As for Milton Keynes......

I must be going gaga as I cannot see a comment anywhere by Beth calling you a show-off re globe trotting, or anywhere that she corrected your dodgy German.

Your comment re Kettering was therefore not only unremarkable but also catty.x

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Your comment re Kettering was therefore not only unremarkable but also catty.x

But true nonetheless.

Still, I would like to have walked through it around 1900 when the shoe industry was flourishing and the town was in its heyday.

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