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Terms For Punters And Escorts

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When I post here on PN I tend to refer to the activities I engage in as 'punting' because that is the common shorthand of the board. However, it is actually a term I really dislike. I think of myself as a lady's client or her guest, not as a 'punter'. I tend to avoid referring to an 'appointment' too, as that sounds like a visit to the dentist or something. (Open wide please! :D ) When talking to a girl I generally refer to a meeting, but when writing FRs i might throw in terms like liaison or encounter.

Similaerly, I dislike terms like whore, tart or hooker (which I think of as very American) when referring to WGs. I tend also not to use the term 'prostitute', even though it is technically correct, as it seems quite clinical to me; in the same way, I wouldn't say to a girl "I'd like to insert my penis into your vagina now and copulare with you". Having said that, I've seen quite a few girls refer to themselves as 'WGs'. I know escort is a euphemism, but it's a generally recognised one and would be my term of choice, I'm aware some people really object to the term 'courtesan' but I quite like it, especially when applied to a slightly more mature lady. My favourite euphemism in literature for providers of sexual services is Terry Pratchett's 'ladies of negotiable affection'.

Which terms do other posters particuarly like or dislike when referring to service providers, their clients and what they do together?

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Interesting question.

There's a lovely bit in 'The Long Riders', google it or www.allmovie.com, where David Carradine says to his girlfriend/hooker, 'You're a Whore and you'll always be a whore'. It doesn't seem too offensive under those conditions.

Love the Terry Pratchett term.

You didn't mention 'Ladies of the Night', which is a particular favourite of mine.

WRT terms, I don't like saying or reading that 'I fu****' her: too aggressive, though 'made love' is not, perhaps correct either!

I hate the C word and very rarely use it.

I don't like 'WG', 'service provider' seems OK. My penis is my 'dick' or 'prick', I 'shag' or in the lovely and useful term coined, I think by the Sport, 'Bonking'

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When I post here on PN I tend to refer to the activities I engage in as 'punting' because that is the common shorthand of the board. However, it is actually a term I really dislike. I think of myself as a lady's client or her guest, not as a 'punter'. I tend to avoid referring to an 'appointment' too, as that sounds like a visit to the dentist or something. (Open wide please! :D ) When talking to a girl I generally refer to a meeting, but when writing FRs i might throw in terms like liaison or encounter.

Similaerly, I dislike terms like whore, tart or hooker (which I think of as very American) when referring to WGs. I tend also not to use the term 'prostitute', even though it is technically correct, as it seems quite clinical to me; in the same way, I wouldn't say to a girl "I'd like to insert my penis into your vagina now and copulare with you". Having said that, I've seen quite a few girls refer to themselves as 'WGs'. I know escort is a euphemism, but it's a generally recognised one and would be my term of choice, I'm aware some people really object to the term 'courtesan' but I quite like it, especially when applied to a slightly more mature lady. My favourite euphemism in literature for providers of sexual services is Terry Pratchett's 'ladies of negotiable affection'.

Which terms do other posters particuarly like or dislike when referring to service providers, their clients and what they do together?

Like to analyse things, do you? I just do what I do. Never felt any real need to describe it, and when I do find myself talking about the subject here, I just use whatever word seems right and comes to mind at the time. That, thankfully, has always proved to be respectful (I hope). Otherwise, not really an important enough topic for me to devote any serious thought to...

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When I post here on PN I tend to refer to the activities I engage in as 'punting' because that is the common shorthand of the board. However, it is actually a term I really dislike. I think of myself as a lady's client or her guest, not as a 'punter'. I tend to avoid referring to an 'appointment' too, as that sounds like a visit to the dentist or something. (Open wide please! :D ) When talking to a girl I generally refer to a meeting, but when writing FRs i might throw in terms like liaison or encounter.

Similaerly, I dislike terms like whore, tart or hooker (which I think of as very American) when referring to WGs. I tend also not to use the term 'prostitute', even though it is technically correct, as it seems quite clinical to me; in the same way, I wouldn't say to a girl "I'd like to insert my penis into your vagina now and copulare with you". Having said that, I've seen quite a few girls refer to themselves as 'WGs'. I know escort is a euphemism, but it's a generally recognised one and would be my term of choice, I'm aware some people really object to the term 'courtesan' but I quite like it, especially when applied to a slightly more mature lady. My favourite euphemism in literature for providers of sexual services is Terry Pratchett's 'ladies of negotiable affection'.

Which terms do other posters particuarly like or dislike when referring to service providers, their clients and what they do together?

I am a punter and punting when seeing WGs, perfectly sums it up for me. Some WGs dislike the girl in WG as they are women not girls but when i use it its a catch all term with no disrespect meant. :)

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I'm not really all that bothered which tag folk use for me, but I have clients and friends and we have meetings or go on dates.

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Tho' slightly at a tangent, I much prefer the word bordello to brothel, it sounds more refined as often words from Romance languages do.

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For me, variety is the spice of life, and so I tend to flicker between a few different terms. I use WG and Gent as collective terms, yet when I'm refering to myself, it depends entirely on the situation and the company.

For instance, saying ' I'm such a dirty courtesan' during a bout of dirty talk doesn't have quite the same ring to it.

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For me, variety is the spice of life, and so I tend to flicker between a few different terms. I use WG and Gent as collective terms, yet when I'm refering to myself, it depends entirely on the situation and the company.

For instance, saying ' I'm such a dirty courtesan' during a bout of dirty talk doesn't have quite the same ring to it.

:lol::lol::lol:

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Slightly off topic but a client asked me for some BGM . Trying to work out if it was a type of massage, he said BACK GROUND MUSIC !!! psml!!!

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The most recent WG (WW?) I saw refers to her 'clients' which I thought was nice; a previous one referred to her 'customers' which makes it sound like a shop (although I have no complaints about her service!).

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I also tend to dislike the term "punter". Rightly or wrongly, to me it suggests that luck plays a large part in the outcome, but with the advent of the internet and field reports luck now plays a much smaller role. I wonder what the gambling term is for someone who only bets on certainties or favourites or, for that matter, what the equivalent term would be in the Stock Market?

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I quite like the 50s name a "John" for male customers.Students of 18th century English Lit. will be aware of the term a "Jade" for a WG / Lady of the night. Not quite what 21st century mothers in UK had in mind when they named their little darlings.

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I like to refer to the W.G's I see as "ladies" as I think this is more respectful than "girls" (I suppose I am an old fashioned guy :) )I hate the "C" and the "F" words; I never use them and think they are completely unnecessary especially when they appear in P.N. reports.

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I like to refer to the W.G's I see as "ladies" as I think this is more respectful than "girls" (I suppose I am an old fashioned guy :) )I hate the "C" and the "F" words; I never use them and think they are completely unnecessary especially when they appear in P.N. reports.

I wouldn't use those words myself in an FR, but I think they can have a place in the right context, talking dirty for example. This isn't something that everyone is comfortable with, so is best to ascertain in advance imo.

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I wouldn't use those words myself in an FR, but I think they can have a place in the right context, talking dirty for example. This isn't something that everyone is comfortable with, so is best to ascertain in advance imo.

Its also not something all can do to the standard i require, no giggling or apparent embarrassment but a constant stream of filth especially whispered in my ear or even better in stereophonic in both ears by two WGs, heaven. As you say always establish whether dirty talk is on offer when booking or whether your allowed to use it directed towards the lady which is rarely my bag with some memorable exceptions. :)

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Similarly, I dislike terms like whore, tart or hooker (which I think of as very American) when referring to WGs. I tend also not to use the term 'prostitute', even though it is technically correct, as it seems quite clinical to me; in the same way, I wouldn't say to a girl "I'd like to insert my penis into your vagina now and copulare with you". Having said that, I've seen quite a few girls refer to themselves as 'WGs'. I know escort is a euphemism, but it's a generally recognised one and would be my term of choice, I'm aware some people really object to the term 'courtesan' but I quite like it, especially when applied to a slightly more mature lady. My favourite euphemism in literature for providers of sexual services is Terry Pratchett's 'ladies of negotiable affection'.

Apropos dirty talk, I do find the c word quite strong and would avoid using it in a punting situation, unless the lady herself said it first. But for some reason I do find the word vagina quite sexy. What do ladies think, are "penis" and "vagina" erotic terms, or are they just too cold and scientific? r.

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