Holly Maddison

Whats With The Newspaper?

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I have to ask you guys as I've often wondered this. Well over half of my clients used to turn up clutching a newspaper nearly always it was obvious it hadn't been read. Why?

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I couldn't specifically say because I'm obviously in the half of the punting population that doesn't typically carry a newspaper on arrival, but...

Getting somewhere you don't know for a timed appointment usually means turning up early, often very early if allowing for public transport is involved. Walking the streets waiting for the all clear or the final address details feels odd to me unless I'm carrying something. I often have a bag with me anyway depending on what I have been doing before or will be doing afterwards but if not often I'll buy a can of drink and make it last as long as needed. Playing games on the phone is another tactic.

I once walked around for almost an hour waiting for a girl to be ready. I was on my way back to the station when she finally called to say she was ready. It didn't matter what I was carrying that day - I must have looked awfully suspicious. A newspaper would not have helped...

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Marjorie: Bertie, there's a chap outside who's been strolling up and down the road for the last fifteen minutes or so. Do you imagine he's up to no good?

Bertie: Rest easy, Marj, he's got a copy of the Telegraph tucked under his arm...

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I have to ask you guys as I've often wondered this. Well over half of my clients used to turn up clutching a newspaper nearly always it was obvious it hadn't been read. Why?

It was part of their discretion tactics i imagine. They could pretend to be reading the paper if need be and they hope looked less conspicuous.. I just sit in my car which is away from the punt a bit and have a paper to read if i am early. I try to avoid wandering the streets.

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Sometimes I'm guilty of turning with with a well-thumbed paper, but it snugly fits into my sex bag. I like to get there early and scan the headlines in a coffee house before strolling to the front door on time. Also useful on the tube when you want to ignore the disgusting passenger opposite who insists on cleaning his fucking ears with a Q-tip. Eeeew.

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Dear Santa, what I want for Christmas is a sex bag!

I suppose I used to like to arrive early and check out the street beforehand and so a paper was nice to read in the coffee shop if I was way too early. And being a well brought up Yorkshire man, no way was I going to leave behind a paper I paid good money for

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A lot of my punts seem to take place within walking distance of a certain pub in Earls Court. I tend to aim to get to the pub half an hour before the appointment time to ensure I am on time. Whilst there I have a pint and a read of the paper, hence the paper !

I have a regular who now sends me messages such as, if you are in the Blackbird please go to oddbins and get some wine xx

There are often two or three guys in there doing similar and checking their mobiles before leaving, I wonder if they are doing the same as me!

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In Earls Court? Punters, definitely.

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There are often two or three guys in there doing similar and checking their mobiles before leaving, I wonder if they are doing the same as me!

Yes quite possibly, but I can't understand having a pre-punt pint. It's OK if you want to lie back and delay the eruption, but I'd rather be less bloated and more active!

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I really hope there aren't any Spies waiting for surreptitious meets around the boozers of Earl's Court. could get very confusing with all those men hiding behind newspapers.

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Lol I often used to sit in the lobby of a well used hotel and spot the punter with his briefcase and paper tucked under his arm. Sometimes I had visions of some guy whipping his paper out mid BJ.. My mind needs seeing too I think.

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carrying a newspapers? In the days before net abd the purple site as well as other sites, classifieds was the place to look. Perhaps some still do, or just in the habit

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A regular brought a newspaper with him today, he'd spotted an article he thought I'd be interested in and gave it to me to read later.

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I have to ask you guys as I've often wondered this. Well over half of my clients used to turn up clutching a newspaper nearly always it was obvious it hadn't been read. Why?

Hmmm...Is this so? I am interested in how did you know

Sit them on the bed, and ask them for their chosen subject (Mastermind) and give them 60 seconds perhaps :P

No seriously perhaps it a class/age thing?

Btw what paper is it?

Cheers!

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You have to do something with your hands in the lead up to a punt. Some things are illegal in public, also a newspaper is handy to hold, to cover any growing signs of excitement.

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I have to ask you guys as I've often wondered this. Well over half of my clients used to turn up clutching a newspaper nearly always it was obvious it hadn't been read. Why?

I nearly always have a newspaper and it is always read. I mainly punt in London and I never drive, I always get the bus or tube. I have to have something to read on public transport.

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I tend to have a newspaper with me when I have traveled to London to see a lady. I pop down on the train and you get a free one on there.

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Marjorie: Bertie, there's a chap outside who's been strolling up and down the road for the last fifteen minutes or so. Do you imagine he's up to no good?

Bertie: Rest easy, Marj, he's got a copy of the Telegraph tucked under his arm...

Thats okay Bertie - if it was the Sun I was phoning a constable as that would mean he was seeing "Sexy Sadie" next door!

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I tend to have a newspaper with me when I have traveled to London to see a lady. I pop down on the train and you get a free one on there.

Mmmm it was my London guys that did it the most, reminds me that of a MMF booking I did down there. Older guy with his younger mate, I thought it was going to be all three of us but no. Older guy has his turn then sits down on the chair to read his newspaper, was most offputting for the younger guy. Two hours and three boxes of condoms later (he just kept ripping them off because he couldn't pop and get another one), the older guy gets up and goes to the loo. Bingo the young guy finally pops.

Moral to this tale.... Newspapers are a serious sexual turn off... :D:P

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Its to hide the constant woody they have while travelling to the punt. ;)

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I have a very submissive client and he likes me to give instructions on what he is to wear

on a visit etc.

rubbing chin now..............

Perhaps I shall order him to have a Woman's Weekly tucked under his arm next time.

( he travels by train )

(I think he would you know! ) :unsure:

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Its to hide the constant woody they have while travelling to the punt. ;)

Or the porn mag they have hidden in there perhaps... ;)

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I don't buy papers, i've already seen the news on bbc24 by the time they come out.

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I don't buy papers, i've already seen the news on bbc24 by the time they come out.

However the BBC is not the only, nor the most reliable, source for what is the news. I would recommend AFP, Reuters and the NYT to give you a balanced view of what is really happening around the globe.

It could be, of course, that you are only really interested in the UK news, in which I suggest reading a couple of newspapers on line too.

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...clutching a newspaper ...

"A newspaper"? Which newspaper? Could it have been the Sport? One didn't, exactly, "read" that newspaper!

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