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Working Girl Name Slip Ups In Real Life

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hey question for all the WGs

just wondered if youve ever let your WG name slip in real life as you get used to being called that name when at work?

so say if some one rings you and you just automatticly say your WG name instead of your real name does this ever happen? does it ever cause a problem? cos I imagine it can get difficult when people call you one name all day and then you have to change to your real one.

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From a clients perspective.

Personally, I have NEVER called a Escort by her "work" name. I KNOW it's not their real name. So why call out "oh Jennifer you're so sexy" during the action? :lol: Same goes for when I've called an Indie , I didn't call, and when she answered say, "Hi Amelia" because although I've seen her several times (and I know her real name anyway) the very fact I've called her work number not her personal probably gives her an idea as to what the calls about. :D

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From a clients perspective.

Personally, I have NEVER called a Escort by her "work" name. I KNOW it's not their real name. So why call out "oh Jennifer you're so sexy" during the action? :lol: Same goes for when I've called an Indie , I didn't call, and when she answered say, "Hi Amelia" because although I've seen her several times (and I know her real name anyway) the very fact I've called her work number not her personal probably gives her an idea as to what the calls about. :D

Because thats the only name she gave me to call her and i sometimes like saying a WGs name while in the heat of the action as it turns me on, i dont care if its not actually her real name, punting is fantasy sex to me so it doesnt matter whether its her real name or not.

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I have accidentally given out my real name when chatting! Some guys didn't pick up on it and others were a bit 'Oh is your real name not Lydia?!' and seemed genuinely surprised. One chap on arrival was given my post by the postman which I felt really weird about because he then also knew my surname.

On the other hand I was out and about one day and someone called Lydia, I turned to look, it wasn't directed at me but it amused me that on some level I do consider Lydia my name!

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On the other hand I was out and about one day and someone called Lydia, I turned to look, it wasn't directed at me but it amused me that on some level I do consider Lydia my name!

Yup! I've responded to 'Steph' when out and about!

I find I rarely have to introduce myself using my real name; people already know me, or I meet new people through friends who introduce me, so if I'm asked for my name the first one that pops into my head is 'Stephanie'!

But, that's the name I chose for myself, how much more 'me' can it get?

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Taking a dozen+ work calls per can tend to put you on auto-pilot when you answer the phone. However I've managed to restrain myself in time so no, no problems caused thus far.

I wouldn't say it was a particularly 'difficult' though :D

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so say if some one rings you and you just automatticly say your WG name instead of your real name does this ever happen?

Whenever I've called a WG the initial answer has always been anonymous, as "Hullo!" or "Yes?" or "How can I help you?" Parlours (Scorpio in particular) do, often answer with the name, but since most are openly offering a sauna or massage, there is no reason for them to be coy, is there?

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I remember her telling me a long complicated anecdote about something that recently happened to her, and her partner, which involved mentioning her real name, probably without thinking.

Someone else (who I had met many times before) picked me up in her car from the station wearing a stick-on label with her name on, because she'd just been to a conference involving her day business.

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Whenever I've called a WG the initial answer has always been anonymous, as "Hullo!" or "Yes?" or "How can I help you?" Parlours (Scorpio in particular) do, often answer with the name, but since most are openly offering a sauna or massage, there is no reason for them to be coy, is there?

I never say my name when I answer any of my phones, as I've no way of knowing who is calling and I expect the other person to have some idea of whom they're ringing. Genuine punters will normally say 'hello, is that Amy?' and the conversation continues from there. In the event that it was somebody fishing and they ask who it is, I politely ask them whom they are trying to contact and if they don't know, I can safely hang up.

I don't see my working name as any less 'real' or otherwise valid than my legal name - hundreds of people know me as Amy, which is far more than know me by the name on my birth certificate. That seems pretty real to me.

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Hi There,

Thats not a big problem if the real name slips up. It just my WG name turns me on and real name not. It is like a fantasy which i am playing and leaving in. :))

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I never say my name when I answer any of my phones, as I've no way of knowing who is calling and I expect the other person to have some idea of whom they're ringing. Genuine punters will normally say 'hello, is that Amy?' and the conversation continues from there. In the event that it was somebody fishing and they ask who it is, I politely ask them whom they are trying to contact and if they don't know, I can safely hang up.

I don't see my working name as any less 'real' or otherwise valid than my legal name - hundreds of people know me as Amy, which is far more than know me by the name on my birth certificate. That seems pretty real to me.

I too don't answer with a name, just incase it's a wrong number or it's someone digging around. Had some "Who is this?", "Who are you wanting to speak to?" conversations which have gone around in circles, was so pointless I just put the phone down.

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One time, coming down the stairs from a WG's flat at the top of a house, I stumbled upon a letter for her with her real name on the envelope placed by a considerate neighbour on a shelf by the front door at easy-to-find eye level. I would never reveal this girl's true identity to anyone in this game or her working name to anyone else outside of it. Not wishing to give her needless anxiety, I never told her about my accidental discovery.

Edited by Joe Diddley

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One time, coming down the stairs from a WG's flat at the top of a house, I stumbled upon a letter for her with her real name on the envelope placed by a considerate neighbour on a shelf by the front door at easy-to-find eye level. I would never reveal this girl's true identity to anyone in this game or her working name to anyone else outside of it. Not wishing to give her needless anxiety, I never told her about my accidental discovery.

'ang on a mo' ! A bit OT, but this letter was addressed to Miss A. N. Other, who you knew to be SexySally4You, but it was on the shelf at the front door, so could have been for any of the tenants of any of the other flats, or their flat-mates? So no other punter would have reason to think it was for her? Surely the dangerous letter there would be the one from a forgetful punter who'd forgotten to pay, honestly enclosing the folding, but addressed only to SexySally4You?

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The letter was addressed to Miss A.N.Other of Flat X, 69 Acacia Avenue. Flat X gave it away.

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The letter was addressed to Miss A.N.Other of Flat X, 69 Acacia Avenue. Flat X gave it away.

Or a previous tenant?

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Both, georgem and Strawberry, are logical possibilities but I feel unlikely insofar as (a) she had been working out of that flat for at least three years to my certain knowledge and very possibly longer, and (b.) the surname on the letter indicated a part of the planet from which I knew she came. Of course, I can't be 100% certain that my assumption was correct, and I certainly never sought to delve deeper, but I felt and still feel pretty sure that I was right. Once again, I should emphasise that I would never have revealed the particular details (now in any case just a hazy and probably inaccurate memory) to anyone, nor did I ever tell SallySexy4U that I now knew her to really be Miss A.N.Other lest this be construed by her as possibly constituting some kind of manipulative threat from me or similar and thereby cause her unnecessary distress. The lesson, I hoped when I posted above, is that Postman Pat may unwittingly in some circumstances represent a potential security risk, something of which I'm sure most (but perhaps not all) of you at least are quite aware.

Edited by Joe Diddley

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Once when seeing a girl in a hotel room a one of those personalised messages popped up on the television with 'Welcome to the Holiday Inn Jane Smith' Ooops. Memo to girls booking hotel rooms in their own name: Make sure to turn the tv off.

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Once when seeing a girl in a hotel room a one of those personalised messages popped up on the television with 'Welcome to the Holiday Inn Jane Smith' Ooops. Memo to girls booking hotel rooms in their own name: Make sure to turn the tv off.

Happened to me once too. She couldn't get the tv to work so I did it and her real name popped up. She was ok about it as we've punted a few times and she trusts me.

Another time a girl had to give me her real name to get past a vigilant reception. A leap of faith on her part as it was our first time together but she knew me well enough from here to take the chance.

In neither case would I ever use their real name to them or divulge it to others. Our interests in discretion are mutually bound.

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Once when seeing a girl in a hotel room a one of those personalised messages popped up on the television with 'Welcome to the Holiday Inn Jane Smith' Ooops. Memo to girls booking hotel rooms in their own name: Make sure to turn the tv off.

Whilst not exactly the same scenario, I too have accidentally discovered the real names of a couple of ladies I've seen. It's just one of those things that might happen if you see enough of a particular WG. Personally, it's not information that I am comfortable knowing. If the WG I am seeing wants me to call her "Jane" (say), when her real name is "Amelia" (say), then there is no way I would start using the latter name without her explicitly asking me to. To do so would feel like an intrusion on my part. In both cases, I have actually forgotten the ladies' real names as I think of them by their working names and continue use that when I see them. They seem to fit those names to me and we are comfortable using them.

I've never really understood those guys who seem to make a big deal out of wanting to know a girl's real name.

Edited by Kantos Kan

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I met up with one lady outside of an appointment in order to help her arrange something that came up in conversation at the end of a punt. During the appointment she had to unexpectedly give her full name (with proof of ID), home address, date of birth, occupation (!) in my presence while I tried to look disinterested, both to her and to the person with whom we were talking.

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It's happened to me at least once where the girl was seemingly unaware I'd picked up on it (I think!), and at least twice where it's been so obvious as to merit discussion - both times with girls who were relatively inexperienced escorts but seemed particularly relaxed in my company (i.e. we clicked and got on very well). As has been alluded to above, it was while citing personal anecdotes. Both girls laughed it off, as did I, but acknowledged they shouldn't let it happen. Whilst I value discretion as much as them and would never dream of using their real name to my advantage (although I'm not sure how knowing a girl's real first name can be that dangerous?), I'm sure they'll occasionally come across punters with a different agenda!

The only mistake I nearly made in one case was contacting an agency asking for a repeat booking and almost using her real name :eek: , which I'm sure would not have gone down well with the girl or the agency for understandable reasons! From now on, if I book a girl who's real name I'm aware of (and I hope to), I'll be very careful to rehearse her professional name before making contact!! :)

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I accidently signed off as kate when sending a message to a friend I have previously worked with. She got straight back to me with 'Kate?' but thankfully the name belongs to an ex girlfriend of a close family member, so I said we had been talking about her and I wrote it down by accident. Eek!

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Glad to see no one has given out their real name, by mistake, as part of this thread.

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