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had a crappy punt yesterday from AW. as i was walking out of the door she asks me have you got a tip for me?

she had seen i had a few more notes when i was paying her.

i said no and just walked out. i dont even tip my barber. i almost laughed at her. it was kind of rude to ask, especially when she had made no effort.

i dont believe in tipping people unless they go beyond their duty.

how often do you get the girl asking for a tip?

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Don't tip if asked, especially if the service was poor.

Or say 'I suggest you read a book on abc'. That's a tip.

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The best way to reward an escort for services provided, I would say is to say thank you, and mean it, and if she is worth it, to do a report and pass on how good she is.

I also dont tip if the person asks, as I find it can be hard to acknowledge how much should be a tip.

You get told what extras will cost in some parlours and you have the choice to accept or not.

Certainly would not go back if the request sounded wrong, and to ask does indeed strike that chord.

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Ive never had a girl ask for a tip.

The way i see it is she is already getting a lot of money, a lot of people (well, in this country) have to work 40 hours to earn what most escorts get in 2 hours.

If she wants more money then she has to be great at her "job". Sometimes, when im with a new escort if she turns out to be really amazing i will ask her if she wants to extend our time by another hour or two. I always carry at least double the amount i intend to pay for just in case.

Saying that though, i have given a LOT of tips in the form of lingerie and evening mini dresses. And sometimes high heels (£50?) usually when ive had overnights.

So im not tight with my money at all. I just think she is in the sort of business where if she knows what she is doing and enjoys a lot of sex with strangers, then she has the potential to earn a lot of money without tips or trying for higher hourly rates. A really good escort (genuine or acting) charging £120/hour can earn a lot more than a £200/hour escort who might think of themselves as being among the best in the business hence the expensive rate and being in the frame of mind of "what you pay is what you get" which can be very wrong. Example; such an escort may state she honestly see's no more than one client per day as she likes quality over quantity, but she could still meet with more than that because she enjoys a lot of sex, its her advertisement ploy to attract the men who dislike that sort of thing. Some escorts really are honest about it, they dont want more than one client per day just because they dont have the sex drive or simply dont like the job much, or sometimes at all.

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I have never tipped before coz I dont feel I have to tip after paying anything between 120-160 an hour but I used to give a former favourite of mine who is now retired a bottle of wine on the odd occasion.

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The best way that I could tip a SP is to book her again ^_^

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I've got a big tip for her...find another fecking job!!!!

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I did give a tip once, in Central London when I was much younger and thought it was the done thing, never since. Presents for much loved regulars over time - deserved.

A tip to the OP ( and gentle reminder to all - agree the fee and don't flash extra cash at the punt!!

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It is incredibly rude to ask for a tip...and verging on a bit desperate too.

I sacked a girl once because she was virtually trying to coerce each client into giving her a tip and luckily one guy actually phoned as he left and told me so I had a word with her, told her its a no no then called her other clients as they were leaving the building. Luckily no one else paid the tip as I had made a point of telling them all on the phone when they booked not to pay one....but she had kept on asking

..smacks of desperation if you ask me no matter how flirty a way its said.

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If a girl asks for a tip just say "of course sweetie, I will give you a pnet report"

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Even in industrys where tipping is expected I only tip if its good service and then I tip a good one, if its shite then why should I.x

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So far there has been only one occasion when I have given a tip. It was to a very sweet 23 year old young lady who had only been in the business a few months, only had 2 feedbacks on the purple site (both very positive), and had reduced her prices to gain more work. Not always the best way.

I had been to the big city for the afternoon and after lunch had contacted a lady(who I had never met before) to arrange a rendezvous on the way home. Prior to setting off, and several times in the next half hour, I tried to contact her for the address but the phone just rang on and on. Why didn't she text me to say she was cancelling? Anyway sometimes good comes out of bad.

I hadn't had a good afternoon and felt desperately in need of cheering up so I checked the internet and rang a few numbers. The young lady was not the first choice or first number but she was the first to answer. Finding her place was also not easy. So by the time I got there I was thinking "I hope this turns out ok".

What a very enjoyable time I had with this delightful young lady! I had booked an hour and was there for 90 minutes. I was the one to call time because I was concerned about getting home. She still has a lot to learn but already knows a lot and was very enthusiastic and attentive. At the end I felt that I simply had to give her a tip. Not just for the extra time or the very good service received but because, although I knew why, she had seriously underpriced herself. So I paid her what I thought she was worth and what she should have been charging. It seemed the right thing to do.

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It is incredibly rude to ask for a tip...and verging on a bit desperate too.

I sacked a girl once because she was virtually trying to coerce each client into giving her a tip and luckily one guy actually phoned as he left and told me so I had a word with her, told her its a no no then called her other clients as they were leaving the building. Luckily no one else paid the tip as I had made a point of telling them all on the phone when they booked not to pay one....but she had kept on asking

..smacks of desperation if you ask me no matter how flirty a way its said.

Chloe.

You have a business sense that is well worked out, its a shame that more parlour owners and receptionists dont have this atitude to fairness that you display.

I did once receive an ask for a tip, from a parlour worker and told the staff working there what she did, they said she would be spoken to, but after a week I heard from someone that visited that she tried it on with them also, and was doing the same at another parlour she was working at,

She was Italian and I do know that it is a thing that italians do in their country, but its no excuse to expect something for nothing, the prices are aimed to be representative of what is on offer.

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Tipping? Discounts? If there is a fee just pay it and be done

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I waitressed and worked bars while I was at uni now'n'then and even at £6 an hour I still would never have dreamt of asking for a tip. How incredibly rude of her!

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had a crappy punt yesterday from AW. as i was walking out of the door she asks me have you got a tip for me?

she had seen i had a few more notes when i was paying her.

i said no and just walked out. i dont even tip my barber. i almost laughed at her. it was kind of rude to ask, especially when she had made no effort.

i dont believe in tipping people unless they go beyond their duty.

how often do you get the girl asking for a tip?

I only tip great regulars on ocassion who have offered me consistently great service. If a WG who has offered me bad service asks for a tip and its happened i say yes i will give you a tip, dont ask for a tip, or offer a good service and a tip might be forthcoming.

I used to find WGs asking for tips far more prevalent years ago including during a punt which was usually a sign of a bad attitude and a blackmailing technique used to extract extra cash out of me hoping in my lust i would just cough up, if i didnt the old ice coldness would appear, awful WGs.

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I'm flabbergasted that girls actually do this. I thought putting wish/present lists on websites bad enough, but this is just plain cheeky. I really don't think tips or presents should be expected, especially when you look at how much we charge. If you do get them however without asking its really nice and means your doing something right.

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had a crappy punt yesterday from AW. as i was walking out of the door she asks me have you got a tip for me?

Should have told her to shop early for Christmas. That's a good tip. :D

I have never tipped an escort. Never thought it necessary. I've once given an girl (who was a student I'd found via Gumtree in the good old days) an extra £20 for her taxi fare as she stayed longer than we agreed, (her choice) and the Underground had stopped. May seem mean, but having paid for their services why do they need more? One of the problems with some girls is that they have a extremely overinflated opinion of themselves, and they dont realise that no matter how good they are, there are escorts that are better and often cheaper.

Nowdays,in the UK I always tip restaruant staff as I know how shitty and rude some customers are and that waiting staff are on the minimum wage too - and taxi drivers in London provided they can manage a conversation.

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had a crappy punt yesterday from AW. as i was walking out of the door she asks me have you got a tip for me?

I wouldn't normally be so rude, but asking for a tip would have annoyed me & I would have taken that as an opportunity to tell her I didn't think I'd had good value for money, let alone a tip.

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It is always a huge surprise when a guy gives a tip.Have never ever asked for one.If I wanted more money I would charge more in the first place.But I have had guys give an extra tenner and on one occaision had a chap book for 2 hours and he gave me an extra £50 as he reckoned that was what I was worth.Very,very sweet and not required or expected.Its bloody rude to ask.Can't believe she did this.Some people have more front than Blackpool.

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If someone is kind enough to offer me coffee at the end of a booking, then I always return with something tio say thank you, be it cigarettes, or another jar of coffee, its something that I think goes a long way, and is not expected, when you get intoi the stage of buying something expensive everytime you visit someone, it can become expected.

Keep it small and simple, and something that will be used.

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No asking for tips in any job is rude and a no no and yes looks desperate! They way I see it a man sending a thank you text or an email after the event is lovely and makes me feel all glowy, probably far more than a tip would!

Oh I once had a joking bet with a client I could make him come twice in the hour! He did and paid up as he was about to leave, I said no and not to be daft, but he insisted which i thought was sweet.

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The thing about asking for a tip, is not only is it going to come out of the guys punting money, it also means he is not going to return to give you the basic amount you charge anymore.

They guys are only going to either report you to the parlour, or speak out about you on a forum, so you will end up losing in the not so long term.

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The thing about asking for a tip, is not only is it going to come out of the guys punting money, it also means he is not going to return to give you the basic amount you charge anymore.

They guys are only going to either report you to the parlour, or speak out about you on a forum, so you will end up losing in the not so long term.

In my experiences of WGs asking for a tip they didnt care about these consequences or werent smart enough to consider them.

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If a lady asked me for a tip it would turn any possible positive FR into a negative one; and I would tell her so as I left.

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