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Do you get annoyed when you don't get the full time YOU PAY FOR? Escorts/workings girls always say "it is the time you are paying for"!

On numerous occasions now I have paid for an hour or two, but as soon as I cum a second or third time (i.e, 45 minutes or 1 hour and 30 mins into my time), many ladies start to get dressed and say something like "you can take another shower if you want"!

It is especially annoying when you are having a really good time, it makes for a bad ending and puts me off another visit!

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Do you get annoyed when you don't get the full time YOU PAY FOR? Escorts/workings girls always say "it is the time you are paying for"!

On numerous occasions now I have paid for an hour or two, but as soon as I cum a second or third time (i.e, 45 minutes or 1 hour and 30 mins into my time), many ladies start to get dressed and say something like "you can take another shower if you want"!

It is especially annoying when you are having a really good time, it makes for a bad ending and puts me off another visit!

Taking you last paragraph first, at that point in time your punt is dead in the water. Even if you were having a "real good time" reminding the lady that you still have time to run will probably kill off the "good time."

As to time keeping, you live, learn and report so that others benefit from your bad time.

An hour appointment runs on many and variable clocks, including;

Your hour started when you phone to say you were outside and asked for the door number, until the door closes behind you. Allowing for a clothing change, shower and dressing that probably leaves you 30 minutes of bed time.

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I never jump up like that, and in fact often have trouble peeling clients from my boudoir when the official time has more than elapsed. Yes guys do pay me for my time, and they get the full time however time does start roughly from first arrival - which is the point at which I will start being friendly.

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Do you get annoyed when you don't get the full time YOU PAY FOR? Escorts/workings girls always say "it is the time you are paying for"!

On numerous occasions now I have paid for an hour or two, but as soon as I cum a second or third time (i.e, 45 minutes or 1 hour and 30 mins into my time), many ladies start to get dressed and say something like "you can take another shower if you want"!

It is especially annoying when you are having a really good time, it makes for a bad ending and puts me off another visit!

With newbies to me i put my watch on the side ensuring the WG has seen me doing so and after round one i ensure i pick it up and look at it, i rarely have any problems nowadays with getting the agreed time. ;)

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With newbies to me i put my watch on the side ensuring the WG has seen me doing so and after round one i ensure i pick it up and look at it, i rarely have any problems nowadays with getting the agreed time. ;)

Blimey, Smiths, that's what I call the boyfriend experience!

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With newbies to me i put my watch on the side ensuring the WG has seen me doing so and after round one i ensure i pick it up and look at it, i rarely have any problems nowadays with getting the agreed time. ;)

I like your subtlety!!

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I never jump up like that, and in fact often have trouble peeling clients from my boudoir when the official time has more than elapsed. Yes guys do pay me for my time, and they get the full time however time does start roughly from first arrival - which is the point at which I will start being friendly.

So, when we walk up your garden path the clock ticks away.

Afterall, it is your garden path.

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With newbies to me i put my watch on the side ensuring the WG has seen me doing so and after round one i ensure i pick it up and look at it, i rarely have any problems nowadays with getting the agreed time. ;)

One of my favourite WGs always leaves early......I told her about it once and she stayed the whole time, and was very friendly with it too. I now only book her for 30 mins. Why pay for an hour for 30 min service?

I think alot of ladies expect the time is up once we come once or twice.

I think you have a very good idea here Smiths - but you shouldn't need to.

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Taking you last paragraph first, at that point in time your punt is dead in the water. Even if you were having a "real good time" reminding the lady that you still have time to run will probably kill off the "good time."

As to time keeping, you live, learn and report so that others benefit from your bad time.

An hour appointment runs on many and variable clocks, including;

Your hour started when you phone to say you were outside and asked for the door number, until the door closes behind you. Allowing for a clothing change, shower and dressing that probably leaves you 30 minutes of bed time.

This is not the way i work. The time starts when the client arrives and ends when we are both happy. I have never suggested the client take a shower signalling the end f the fun, but then I am an indie and can do whatever I like! If I need to end an appointment, I will say to the client "I'm kicking you out now", but that will be after we have run over anyways

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So, when we walk up your garden path the clock ticks away.

Afterall, it is your garden path.

Ok I can start it there if you wish.

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I like your subtlety!!

LOL ! It works ! Most parlours have a clock in the room so when the girl enters I normally refer to the time saying something to the effect of I better make a note of the time as I don't want to over-run and get you into any trouble..... Never had a problem with that

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Smiths has the right idea IMO. One can be subtle and polite about it. I will maybe glance pointedly at my watch as she starts the session and look at her and observe the time out loud.

There is no rule as every woman has her own way of working, values, and maybe leeway she allows a client if she feels like it. But I share a previous poster's fondness for half hour appointments. Half hours tend to run slightly over. One hours tend to run slightly under.

In my experience ;)

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Ok I can start it there if you wish.

Having walked up Strawberry's garden path a time or two I must say that I would love to start the proceedings there!

On a more serious note, my experience is that, with indies, who tend not to book back to back appointments, there is less risk of being shown the door early.

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With newbies to me i put my watch on the side ensuring the WG has seen me doing so and after round one i ensure i pick it up and look at it, i rarely have any problems nowadays with getting the agreed time. ;)

Actually, I think that's a good idea, and I'd be quite grateful if a client did that. I really hate checking the time, cause it ruins the mood and I'm sure it makes clients feel rushed-- but what I am worrying about is that if we've run over my security buddy is probably dialing 999 while we're rolling about and chatting nonsense (she's a worrier! I love her for it!). Apart from that, the gesture shows the punter's aware of the time and isn't going to assume he can linger all day. It works both ways, I suppose. I don't run appointments close together anyway, so once I've let my buddy know what's happening, running over doesn't bother me.

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Actually, I think that's a good idea, and I'd be quite grateful if a client did that. I really hate checking the time, cause it ruins the mood and I'm sure it makes clients feel rushed-- but what I am worrying about is that if we've run over my security buddy is probably dialing 999 while we're rolling about and chatting nonsense (she's a worrier! I love her for it!). Apart from that, the gesture shows the punter's aware of the time and isn't going to assume he can linger all day. It works both ways, I suppose. I don't run appointments close together anyway, so once I've let my buddy know what's happening, running over doesn't bother me.

I agree with this, I find it a sign of a consciencious client. Running over does become an issue if I have agreed to do something, be somewhere or take a phone call at a certain time. I do not run back to back appointments however I don't dedicate my whole day/morning/afternoon to clients unless they have booked such a time. I eat regularly and do also like to get a decent portion of sleep in, as well as exercise (training) and speaking to other clients who may wish to see me at some point. I do have clients who enjoy being with me so much that if I let them they would certainly stay all day or overnight. In that case I'd be letting down other clients, being vitually uncontactable as well as doing nothing else in my life(and would become quite unhealthy). I know that sounds a bit over the top but that is what would happen if I just ignored time.

So I don't agree necessarily with not caring how long a client stays or over runs. I do care because I do have other commitments, and there is no point in having various lengths of appointments if everyone who books 1 hour stays for 4!

Sorry if no one else agrees with me, and no I'm not draconian with my timings BUT I'm realistic and it's only common sense.

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I agree with this, I find it a sign of a consciencious client. Running over does become an issue if I have agreed to do something, be somewhere or take a phone call at a certain time. I do not run back to back appointments however I don't dedicate my whole day/morning/afternoon to clients unless they have booked such a time. I eat regularly and do also like to get a decent portion of sleep in, as well as exercise (training) and speaking to other clients who may wish to see me at some point. I do have clients who enjoy being with me so much that if I let them they would certainly stay all day or overnight. In that case I'd be letting down other clients, being vitually uncontactable as well as doing nothing else in my life(and would become quite unhealthy). I know that sounds a bit over the top but that is what would happen if I just ignored time.

So I don't agree necessarily with not caring how long a client stays or over runs. I do care because I do have other commitments, and there is no point in having various lengths of appointments if everyone who books 1 hour stays for 4!

Sorry if no one else agrees with me, and no I'm not draconian with my timings BUT I'm realistic and it's only common sense.

It is entirely up to the individual to do whatever he/she finds comfortable. if you have a way of working that 'works' for you, then that's great. I just get annoyed when guys start saying the girl does this or that to end the punt before the 'time is up' and then neatly applies it to all of us en masse, when we all work to our own formula anyway.

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I agree with this, I find it a sign of a consciencious client. Running over does become an issue if I have agreed to do something, be somewhere or take a phone call at a certain time. I do not run back to back appointments however I don't dedicate my whole day/morning/afternoon to clients unless they have booked such a time. I eat regularly and do also like to get a decent portion of sleep in, as well as exercise (training) and speaking to other clients who may wish to see me at some point. I do have clients who enjoy being with me so much that if I let them they would certainly stay all day or overnight. In that case I'd be letting down other clients, being vitually uncontactable as well as doing nothing else in my life(and would become quite unhealthy). I know that sounds a bit over the top but that is what would happen if I just ignored time.

So I don't agree necessarily with not caring how long a client stays or over runs. I do care because I do have other commitments, and there is no point in having various lengths of appointments if everyone who books 1 hour stays for 4!

Sorry if no one else agrees with me, and no I'm not draconian with my timings BUT I'm realistic and it's only common sense.

No, no, you're definitely right here. I wasn't saying that it doesn't matter how long you overrun, but that it's all relative. Obviously if someone hangs about for an extra hour (unless you've explicitly told them to stay and chat/have tea or whatever), that's pretty disrespectful. I suppose by 'minding' whether someone overruns, I mean that some WGs must experience the opposite to the OP's predicament: just as punters don't like to be turned out into the street ten minutes early, there are probably some WGs who feel hard done by if things go on by five or ten minutes more because as far as they're concerned the shift is over! I would guess it depends how much you like your work whether you want to clock off immediately or not ... ^_^

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This is not the way i work. The time starts when the client arrives and ends when we are both happy. I have never suggested the client take a shower signalling the end f the fun, but then I am an indie and can do whatever I like! If I need to end an appointment, I will say to the client "I'm kicking you out now", but that will be after we have run over anyways

And that's why you're popular, silly!

Simple good customer service works wonders.

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Actually, I think that's a good idea, and I'd be quite grateful if a client did that. I really hate checking the time, cause it ruins the mood and I'm sure it makes clients feel rushed-- but what I am worrying about is that if we've run over my security buddy is probably dialing 999 while we're rolling about and chatting nonsense (she's a worrier! I love her for it!). Apart from that, the gesture shows the punter's aware of the time and isn't going to assume he can linger all day. It works both ways, I suppose. I don't run appointments close together anyway, so once I've let my buddy know what's happening, running over doesn't bother me.

What is it with 5 or 10 minutes here or there with some WGs......!!

I was so upset with a WGS a few years back - I booked 60 minutes, and after 30 she says she needs to go. So, I got out a piece of paper and calculated the time.

I paid her exactly 35 minutes. She was miffed but I told her I had booked her for an hour and as she was leaving after 35 minutes I'll pay her for that. She then said she can stay for the hour. I told her to go now as she spoiled the mood.

She left, upset, and left me upset.

I then booked another lady who was great! :)

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I agree with this, I find it a sign of a consciencious client. Running over does become an issue if I have agreed to do something, be somewhere or take a phone call at a certain time. I do not run back to back appointments however I don't dedicate my whole day/morning/afternoon to clients unless they have booked such a time. I eat regularly and do also like to get a decent portion of sleep in, as well as exercise (training) and speaking to other clients who may wish to see me at some point. I do have clients who enjoy being with me so much that if I let them they would certainly stay all day or overnight. In that case I'd be letting down other clients, being vitually uncontactable as well as doing nothing else in my life(and would become quite unhealthy). I know that sounds a bit over the top but that is what would happen if I just ignored time.

So I don't agree necessarily with not caring how long a client stays or over runs. I do care because I do have other commitments, and there is no point in having various lengths of appointments if everyone who books 1 hour stays for 4!

Sorry if no one else agrees with me, and no I'm not draconian with my timings BUT I'm realistic and it's only common sense.

Agreed with this. You get paid for one hour and give an hour.

If anyone started me from walking up there garden path I'd simply leave and pay nowt! ;)

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No, no, you're definitely right here. I wasn't saying that it doesn't matter how long you overrun, but that it's all relative. Obviously if someone hangs about for an extra hour (unless you've explicitly told them to stay and chat/have tea or whatever), that's pretty disrespectful. I suppose by 'minding' whether someone overruns, I mean that some WGs must experience the opposite to the OP's predicament: just as punters don't like to be turned out into the street ten minutes early, there are probably some WGs who feel hard done by if things go on by five or ten minutes more because as far as they're concerned the shift is over! I would guess it depends how much you like your work whether you want to clock off immediately or not ... ^_^

Yet again one of the reasons you might not like things to overrun too much is exactly because you do like your work. For me I know that being fed, watered, fit, prepared and being around to answer calls when possible is all part of 'liking' what I do. I want to be fair to everyone, and be ready not tired because I didn't get to bed because I let a late night appointment overrun so I didn't get enough sleep. Or not had chance to tidy the house, or work out, or eat properly because I've not had time due to spending all my time with clients.

Agreed with this. You get paid for one hour and give an hour.

If anyone started me from walking up there garden path I'd simply leave and pay nowt! ;)

Look I don't know where this garden path thing came from, I simply said roughly from arrival which in my book means through the door and having a kiss and a cuddle.

Besides I actually do not have a garden path, but don't wish to discuss the technicalities of that one in the public forum.

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I find it's swings and roundabouts. It's not uncommon for a client to leave a bit early- most seem to want to go fairly soon after they have cum. Some run on a bit overtime. Whilst I won't let anyone take the piss I'm not going to suddenly stop in the midst of passion and he's not far off coming. I have a few regs who I'm happy to overrun with especially if we're chatting but by the same measure if I'm busy or need to be somewhere I know them well enough to say 'I'm chucking you out now!' once they have had their paid for time.

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What is it with 5 or 10 minutes here or there with some WGs......!!

I was so upset with a WGS a few years back - I booked 60 minutes, and after 30 she says she needs to go. So, I got out a piece of paper and calculated the time.

I paid her exactly 35 minutes. She was miffed but I told her I had booked her for an hour and as she was leaving after 35 minutes I'll pay her for that. She then said she can stay for the hour. I told her to go now as she spoiled the mood.

She left, upset, and left me upset.

I then booked another lady who was great! :)

Theyre the ones who are full of you know what and I really admire you for the way you dealt with her

Suddenly she miraculously finds that she DOES in fact have 1/2 an hour to spare when she realises she'll get paid only for the 1/2 hour that she provided and NOT the hour that she somehow feels entitled to :rolleyes:

Thats one of the problems with a transaction where you usually hand over the cash before youre provided with the service.

Certain wgs definitely DO take advantage of this critical aspect, but thanks to this site its easier to avoid them and to warn others.

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Actually, I think that's a good idea, and I'd be quite grateful if a client did that. I really hate checking the time, cause it ruins the mood and I'm sure it makes clients feel rushed-- but what I am worrying about is that if we've run over my security buddy is probably dialing 999 while we're rolling about and chatting nonsense (she's a worrier! I love her for it!). Apart from that, the gesture shows the punter's aware of the time and isn't going to assume he can linger all day. It works both ways, I suppose. I don't run appointments close together anyway, so once I've let my buddy know what's happening, running over doesn't bother me.

I certainly never overrun and am out by the agreed time unless the WG asks me to stay for a chat which happens on occassion. Obviously with a regular i trust her so its not necessary although i still have my watch on the side but i only need to check it to ensure i am not overrunning. As i know my limited physical capabilities by checking my watch i know i am not going to pop with 10 minutes left so instead of trying to i do something else. This trying to pop with 10 or so minutes to go and then overrunning as you cant is one of the biggest complaints i have heard from WGs and something i have read on here in the past. My modus ensures that doesnt happen and i dont muck the WG about and possibly her next punter. :)

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I agree with this, I find it a sign of a consciencious client. Running over does become an issue if I have agreed to do something, be somewhere or take a phone call at a certain time. I do not run back to back appointments however I don't dedicate my whole day/morning/afternoon to clients unless they have booked such a time. I eat regularly and do also like to get a decent portion of sleep in, as well as exercise (training) and speaking to other clients who may wish to see me at some point. I do have clients who enjoy being with me so much that if I let them they would certainly stay all day or overnight. In that case I'd be letting down other clients, being vitually uncontactable as well as doing nothing else in my life(and would become quite unhealthy). I know that sounds a bit over the top but that is what would happen if I just ignored time. So I don't agree necessarily with not caring how long a client stays or over runs. I do care because I do have other commitments, and there is no point in having various lengths of appointments if everyone who books 1 hour stays for 4! Sorry if no one else agrees with me, and no I'm not draconian with my timings BUT I'm realistic and it's only common sense.

Its makes complete sense to me Strawberry. :)

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