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When A Punt Takes A Different Direction....

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I wanted to take a moment to share with you all a very moving and touching experience I had yesterday.

I was working from home yesterday and decided to have a 'on the hoof' unplanned punt, so I ended up in a parlour I've been to a few times before but because the girl I wanted to see was not available, I was introduced to a lovely Polish girl. Really nice girl and I had a brilliant time with her.

She mentions to me that she is from Lodz and I know that part of my family on my mum's side originate from Lodz. I also know that my uncle's parents and his sister and brother were all murdered in Treblinka sometime between 1941 and 1943 when the camp was shut by the Nazi's. It turns out that the girl I was punting with also lost family at Treblinka murdered and starved to death. What a lovely world we live in.

We both then spent the next 30 minutes afterwards sharing stories and me trying to remember some of the stuff my uncle told me about the war and Treblinka. The 30 minutes ended with the girl crying and sobbing at the thought of what happened to her family - we then talked about Beth Shalom - the holocaust centre near Mansfield which we have both been to recently and seen survivors from the holocaust speak.

http://holocaustcentre.net/

I'm sorry if this is post is on the wrong messageboard - yesterday has stayed with me and I wanted to share it with someone.

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On a more frivolous note, my favourite and I spent a long time discussing the price of tinned soup!

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I wanted to take a moment to share with you all a very moving and touching experience I had yesterday.

I was working from home yesterday and decided to have a 'on the hoof' unplanned punt, so I ended up in a parlour I've been to a few times before but because the girl I wanted to see was not available, I was introduced to a lovely Polish girl. Really nice girl and I had a brilliant time with her.

She mentions to me that she is from Lodz and I know that part of my family on my mum's side originate from Lodz. I also know that my uncle's parents and his sister and brother were all murdered in Treblinka sometime between 1941 and 1943 when the camp was shut by the Nazi's. It turns out that the girl I was punting with also lost family at Treblinka murdered and starved to death. What a lovely world we live in.

We both then spent the next 30 minutes afterwards sharing stories and me trying to remember some of the stuff my uncle told me about the war and Treblinka. The 30 minutes ended with the girl crying and sobbing at the thought of what happened to her family - we then talked about Beth Shalom - the holocaust centre near Mansfield which we have both been to recently and seen survivors from the holocaust speak.

http://holocaustcentre.net/

I'm sorry if this is post is on the wrong messageboard - yesterday has stayed with me and I wanted to share it with someone.

What a downer, i punt for a fun time, this would of made me cry.

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What a downer, i punt for a fun time, this would of made me cry.

Indeed. I have to say that this type of discussion is not a regular feature of my normal punts.

You know the Nazi's built a lovely garden in Treblinka on the way to the gas chambers - so people would say 'why would they bother to build this garden if they are going to murder us, we are safe....' and then they lead themselves and their children to their deaths.

I punt for fun too, but yesterday's conversation was very moving and touching.

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It's good to hear that not all punters are after a "Wham, bang and Thank you Mam". By the way how the hell do you spell Mam. It sure looks wring to me.

Great to make a contact with a lady on a deeper level than just sex.

I'm glad mutiny shared his story.

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It's good to hear that not all punters are after a "Wham, bang and Thank you Mam". By the way how the hell do you spell Mam. It sure looks wring to me.

Ma'am (as in what you call the Queen - "mam" is what you call you're mum if you're from south Wales).

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Just for you Mr. P. it's Ma'am.

Nice story, they shared some very emotional common ground. Beats talking about the weather :D

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I wanted to take a moment to share with you all a very moving and touching experience I had yesterday.

I was working from home yesterday and decided to have a 'on the hoof' unplanned punt, so I ended up in a parlour I've been to a few times before but because the girl I wanted to see was not available, I was introduced to a lovely Polish girl. Really nice girl and I had a brilliant time with her.

She mentions to me that she is from Lodz and I know that part of my family on my mum's side originate from Lodz. I also know that my uncle's parents and his sister and brother were all murdered in Treblinka sometime between 1941 and 1943 when the camp was shut by the Nazi's. It turns out that the girl I was punting with also lost family at Treblinka murdered and starved to death. What a lovely world we live in.

We both then spent the next 30 minutes afterwards sharing stories and me trying to remember some of the stuff my uncle told me about the war and Treblinka. The 30 minutes ended with the girl crying and sobbing at the thought of what happened to her family - we then talked about Beth Shalom - the holocaust centre near Mansfield which we have both been to recently and seen survivors from the holocaust speak.

http://holocaustcentre.net/

I'm sorry if this is post is on the wrong messageboard - yesterday has stayed with me and I wanted to share it with someone.

Sometimes conversations in appointments can turn to the strangest of subjects and I have also discussed the holocaust on more

than one occasion. I had a Jewish client at one time and he was elderly..... we never set out to talk of WW2 or anything related to

that time but you know how it is.... one comment leads to another and before you know it you are deep in a discussion far far removed

from the pleasures of the flesh!

It all just shows we are real people with real feelings and that punting is not always just about sex.

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There is a documentary on Treblinka and those that escaped during the prisoner's revolt available on BBC iplayer at the moment. I was watching it last night, and it may be of interest to either of you.

You have to be so careful with people who's background and private life you have no previous knowledge of. An innocent comment can lead to all sorts of revelations, hurt or even offend. I can think of one or two situations where I've asked or said something which to anyone else would be a natural, and logical thing to say considering the course of that conversation, only for it to touch on a nerve and be a problem for that individual. Can of worms opened is very difficult to shut, after which it can be difficult to recreate the previously happy, sexy mood.

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Ma'am (as in what you call the Queen - "mam" is what you call you're mum if you're from south Wales).

Mam is a word for mother here in the North east too

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I really appreciate what you have written mutiny, as you obviously connected on a much deeper level through the shared tragedy of your respective families. Poland has got such a tumultuous history, being invaded by Germany and Russia on either side, plus an unfortunate tradition of anti semitism within its own national identity. However much punting is apparently just about sex, I also think two people encountering each other in such an intimate situation can sometimes offer the potential for so much more than just a purely physical encounter. It sounds like quite a beautifal experience in its own way.

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I tend to keep the conversation pretty formal and business like, i just see escorts as business women, whose business is sex. I dont tell a girl anything about me.

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Indeed - a chance remark led a lovely, well spoken WG on a 10 minute racist tirade that really shocked me.

It was something I'd have expected from a bovvered-up BNP knuckle dragger, not a sweet looking raven haired (I even thought she might be Spanish) beauty.

It happened at the end of the booking. Had it been at the start I would have walked. I still feel bad for giving her money.

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Ma'am (as in what you call the Queen - "mam" is what you call you're mum if you're from south Wales).

Thank you posh boy. I just knew you would know how to address HMQ.

Just for you Mr. P. it's Ma'am.

Nice story, they shared some very emotional common ground. Beats talking about the weather :D

Thank you Tomler, but you can call me Paul, if you like!

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Thank you posh boy. I just knew you would know how to address HMQ.

You're most welcome.

One does one's best ....

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Whilst having a threesome with my parlour regular and a girl I've (thankfully) not seen since, I was berated by the other girl about past British govt policy in Northern Ireland. She was Irish, I'd not said a thing, and was told 'get out of Ireland then'. Myself and my regular just looked at each other bewildered. No idea how or why she brought it up.

But again, not something I'd be interested in discussing whilst visiting for pleasure.

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Been in deep conversation a few times....we are all human beings afterall so I find it only nature that from time to time these types of chats will crop up....

I think its a nice, honest and sincere touch....

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