mullrob

She Took My Breath Away

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I hope i don't have a funny turn or worse still die during a punt . .

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Eek !!

I know a lady it happened to, where the client literally flopped on top of her, mind you at least he

died happy.

Everyone's worst nightmare I'd imagine.

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Eek !!

I know a lady it happened to, where the client literally flopped on top of her, mind you at least he

died happy.

Everyone's worst nightmare I'd imagine.

Not a fun day... but not worst nightmare territory... not by a long distance, not in this vale of tears and sorrow.

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Eek !!

I know a lady it happened to, where the client literally flopped on top of her, mind you at least he

died happy.

Everyone's worst nightmare I'd imagine.

Sounds like he Came & Went in the same breath :o

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I'm an atheist................but that sounds as near to heaven as I'll ever get.

I could think of a lot worse ways to go.........can't think of any better although I'd feel sorry for the lady.

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I'm an atheist................but that sounds as near to heaven as I'll ever get.

I could think of a lot worse ways to go.........can't think of any better although I'd feel sorry for the lady.

Perhaps a good way for the punter to depart this mortal coil, but (if married) it's going to be a bit of a shock for his wife and family :o .

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Perhaps a good way for the punter to depart this mortal coil, but (if married) it's going to be a bit of a shock for his wife and family :o .

I dont think its a good way to depart this world, with a virtual stranger most likely, its going to be a shock for the WG and the punters family and friends. Personally i would prefer to die in the bosom of my family surrounded by those i love. :)

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I'm an atheist................but that sounds as near to heaven as I'll ever get.

I could think of a lot worse ways to go.........can't think of any better although I'd feel sorry for the lady.

Thats the way I would love to go too - I bet the police/ambulance service have had to deal with this sort of thing many times.

Once the lady in question recovers, she can reflect on the fact that the guy died happy in her bed.

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Imagine if the I-pod had 'Take My Breath Away' or 'Every Breath You Take' playing on it at the precise moment. :blink:

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Remember talking to a WG once who this had happened to. She said she had to make up some cock and bull story that he had called at her flat asking for directions in order that his family never found out about his secret.

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I dont think its a good way to depart this world, with a virtual stranger most likely, its going to be a shock for the WG and the punters family and friends. Personally i would prefer to die in the bosom of my family surrounded by those i love. :)

I would agree with that but only if my death was a relativly 'clean' one. Usually a death that is waited for like that is down to something like cancer and not necesarily ideal. Death is lonely howver you look at it.

..........and most people don't die like that anyway.........I think.

Take the point about the effects of being found with a WG though.

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John Entwistle got very close to this departure.

Who, you might say.

Who, is absolutely correct.

Entwistle died in hotel room 658 at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas on 27 June 2002 one day before the scheduled first show of The Who's 2002 US tour. He had gone to bed that night with a stripper/groupie, Alycen Rowse, who woke at 10 am to find Entwistle cold and unresponsive. The Clark County medical examiner determined that death was due to a heart attack induced by cocaine.

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And Glenn Miller might have ended his days thus.

"In 1997, German journalist Udo Ulfkotte came up with another explanation. According to the German tabloid Bild, Ulfkotte had been researching American and German intelligence efforts during the war for a book on German intelligence agencies. Ulfkotte claimed that while going over documents he had obtained from the American government under the Freedom of Information Act, he found evidence that Miller had actually arrived safely in Paris on the 14th, but had a heart attack on the 15th while consorting with a French prostitute, and that the American military had covered up the episode.

A shocking revelation if true. But Ulfkotte later claimed he'd been misquoted. He'd never actually found U.S. documents showing that Miller had died in a whorehouse, he said; rather, he'd been told this story by German intelligence specialists in an off-the-record conversation. So no papers, no proof, just a few old spies spinning stories."

There are several stories about the demise of Glenn Miller, so this version is probably incorrect.

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On top of that, if you attempted CPR you probably wouldn't think to put your clothes on first, and once you start CPR you shouldn't stop, something to do with blood presure. Can you imagine greeting an ambulence crew with nothing on?

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On top of that, if you attempted CPR you probably wouldn't think to put your clothes on first, and once you start CPR you shouldn't stop, something to do with blood presure. Can you imagine greeting an ambulence crew with nothing on?

I'm sure the crew will have seen it all before. ;)

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Call me morbid but I've often wondered about this, I love older men and have many as lovers. What would the best thing to say to the ambulance crew do you think!? And you might not even know their real name! Or their profession, so pretending that they came to fix your plumbing is probably ill advised (and they could well be retired!). I guess this would be the only situation where going through a client's wallet might be acceptable!?

I guess, maybe saying that you'd found them on the street feeling unwell and invited them in for a glass of water/ cup of tea, while you called for an ambulance might be the best option? Because then you really wouldn't know much about them. I generally have a fairly easy to pull on dress around somewhere, but getting them dressed again might be a problem though! But essential to preserve dignity and as it's unlikely many ladies would be strong enough to move them from the bed perhaps saying that you suggested a lie down while the ambulance was being called might be the best option?

I really hope that this never happens to me!!

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Call me morbid but I've often wondered about this, I love older men and have many as lovers. What would the best thing to say to the ambulance crew do you think!? And you might not even know their real name! Or their profession, so pretending that they came to fix your plumbing is probably ill advised (and they could well be retired!). I guess this would be the only situation where going through a client's wallet might be acceptable!?

I guess, maybe saying that you'd found them on the street feeling unwell and invited them in for a glass of water/ cup of tea, while you called for an ambulance might be the best option? Because then you really wouldn't know much about them. Getting them dressed again might be a problem though! But essential to preserve dignity and as it's unlikely many ladies would be strong enough to move them from the bed perhaps saying that you suggested a lie down while the ambulance was being called might be the best option?

I really hope that this never happens to me!!

Just tell the truth - the ambulance service / police have seen it all before - I doubt they would believe any of the above excuses.

You are not going to be prosecuted for murder because the guy had a dodgy heart.

This sort of thing could happen when you are in bed with your partner if they had say undiagnosed heart disease.

Shit happens. Just hope it never happens to you.

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Just tell the truth - the ambulance service / police have seen it all before - I doubt they would believe any of the above excuses.

You are not going to be prosecuted for murder because the guy had a dodgy heart.

This sort of thing could happen when you are in bed with your partner if they had say undiagnosed heart disease.

Shit happens. Just hope it never happens to you.

That's true. I'm not really worried about being prosecuted to be honest, the cause of death could easily be investigated, I'd just want to protect my clients dignity wherever possible. I'd hate for their family and friends to hear about what they were with me for, it's very personal and very private. As you say though the ambulance service / police have seen it all before, so are most likely to deal with it sensitively, best be honest rather than put myself under suspicion. I'm a terrible liar anyway!! Thank you for your advice and fingers, toes and even eyes crossed that it never happens to me!

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Just tell the truth - the ambulance service / police have seen it all before - I doubt they would believe any of the above excuses.

You are not going to be prosecuted for murder because the guy had a dodgy heart.

This sort of thing could happen when you are in bed with your partner if they had say undiagnosed heart disease.

Shit happens. Just hope it never happens to you.

Sound advice, lying really woundnt be a good idea. :)

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That's true. I'm not really worried about being prosecuted to be honest, the cause of death could easily be investigated, I'd just want to protect my clients dignity wherever possible. I'd hate for their family and friends to hear about what they were with me for, it's very personal and very private. As you say though the ambulance service / police have seen it all before, so are most likely to deal with it sensitively, best be honest rather than put myself under suspicion. I'm a terrible liar anyway!! Thank you for your advice and fingers, toes and even eyes crossed that it never happens to me!

You would never meet the family unless you are called to a coroners inquest. These inquests are however only done where the death was due to a violent, unnatural or unknown cause.

If the guy had a known heart problem then generally there wont be an inquest. I should not worry too much about the guys dignity - he made the decision to see you - you did not make him contact you.

I absolve you of all sin my child. God bless you and may you continue to give all of us guys exquisite pleasure.

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Imagine if the I-pod had 'Take My Breath Away' or 'Every Breath You Take' playing on it at the precise moment. :blink:

That would be seriously freeky. :blink:

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Imagine if the I-pod had 'Take My Breath Away' or 'Every Breath You Take' playing on it at the precise moment. :blink:

Or 'I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight' or 'Don't Fear The Reaper' or 'When Love and Death Embrace' :D .

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