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Have any of you ladies every felt bad vibes when a punter rings up then turned them down because of gut instinct.

I turned a guy down yesterday because something didn't feel right. He kept ringing so I was honest with him and told him straight I had bad vibes about him.

He laughed and said "No, I'm fine. Now when can I see you?"

That didn't boost my confidence in the slightest. If I was a bloke I would be trying to reassure a girl I was ok and would be concerned at giving off bad vibes.

He is still ringing non stop today.

Has that happened with any of you ladies, where you have trusted a gut instinct?

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Have any of you ladies every felt bad vibes when a punter rings up then turned them down because of gut instinct.

I turned a guy down yesterday because something didn't feel right. He kept ringing so I was honest with him and told him straight I had bad vibes about him.

He laughed and said "No, I'm fine. Now when can I see you?"

That didn't boost my confidence in the slightest. If I was a bloke I would be trying to reassure a girl I was ok and would be concerned at giving off bad vibes.

He is still ringing non stop today.

Has that happened with any of you ladies, where you have trusted a gut instinct?

Babe always trust your gut instinct it's there for a reason. I am usually ok with incalls but if I get a bad vibe on an outcall then I wont send a girl because it's just not worth it. I have always been told to follow my gut instinct.

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As Crystal says, trust your gut instinct. The mere fact he's calling so often is off-putting.

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As Crystal says, trust your gut instinct. The mere fact he's calling so often is off-putting.

I had an occasion before when I had bad vibes and when I told the client that his main concern was how I was feeling. He managed to reassure me and became a really nice client.

I dont get those bad vibes that often but there have been occasions I have turned down a guy because of these vibes then had insulting texts sent. Nice chaps had I met them.:eek:

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Have any of you ladies every felt bad vibes when a punter rings up then turned them down because of gut instinct.

I turned a guy down yesterday because something didn't feel right. He kept ringing so I was honest with him and told him straight I had bad vibes about him.

He laughed and said "No, I'm fine. Now when can I see you?"

That didn't boost my confidence in the slightest. If I was a bloke I would be trying to reassure a girl I was ok and would be concerned at giving off bad vibes.

He is still ringing non stop today.

Has that happened with any of you ladies, where you have trusted a gut instinct?

Looking at it from the other side of the counter, so to speak, I only have to sense the slightest hesitation and its "Game Over", I take a very black & white approach to it all, either you do or you don't, no half-measures for me.

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Looking at it from the other side of the counter, so to speak, I only have to sense the slightest hesitation and its "Game Over", I take a very black & white approach to it all, either you do or you don't, no half-measures for me.

That is normal behaviour. If a WG says no you simply ring another and move on.

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That is normal behaviour.

Bugger!  ‏  ‏  ‏  

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Have any of you ladies every felt bad vibes when a punter rings up then turned them down because of gut instinct.

I turned a guy down yesterday because something didn't feel right. He kept ringing so I was honest with him and told him straight I had bad vibes about him.

He laughed and said "No, I'm fine. Now when can I see you?"

That didn't boost my confidence in the slightest. If I was a bloke I would be trying to reassure a girl I was ok and would be concerned at giving off bad vibes.

He is still ringing non stop today.

Has that happened with any of you ladies, where you have trusted a gut instinct?

I think we all got those 'bad vibes' from time to time. Sometimes it can be something really trivial which sets your alarm bells ringing. Usually with me it's not a threatening feeling, but one which makes me think we will just not 'hit it off'.

However occasionally when I have made this decison about someone, but still continued to see them, I find that I competely misjudged them and we get on fantastically. Some people get nervous or shy on the phone, arranging this kind of meeting, and their true personalities do not come out until you meet in the flesh.

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Move on, delete! What chaps do when unsure of the punting ettiquette, to make sure they don't verge on stalker territory - new clients always err on the side of caution when respectful. Less knowing the rules, more treating a lady via email in a way that isn't going to give her the heebie jeebies. If a seasoned punter or completely unapologetic whilst being clueless...life really is too short.

It's not a case of not knowing the form when they're in your face, more them being rude and autistic. We don't need this in a punting situation.

There have been (not) a few cases where I've decided not to meet up - not based on vibes, but logistics/interesting suggestions for our time I'm tempted by briefly but honestly - (e.g. "Mastermonstercock@cockmail.com: can I fukk you mai untill you bleed, etc)i but...eh?...first email?...but not sooo shhuuure about and whatnot.

Majority of clients fantastic. But the really, really crrrrap meets the ones where you went agianst your gut due to greed (my case. Gosh, I can sit on my arse an entire week if I do this one, never mind he sounds like a nutjob).....

And then you have to listen to, " I told you so", in your head for a while. Best not to. The "I Told You So" voice is really irritating. We only get paid for what we think the job is, not what we get surprised by and mull over as a result later.

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I think we all got those 'bad vibes' from time to time. Sometimes it can be something really trivial which sets your alarm bells ringing. Usually with me it's not a threatening feeling, but one which makes me think we will just not 'hit it off'.

However occasionally when I have made this decison about someone, but still continued to see them, I find that I competely misjudged them and we get on fantastically. Some people get nervous or shy on the phone, arranging this kind of meeting, and their true personalities do not come out until you meet in the flesh.

When I first started doing this I got so nervous my voice went through a transformation.

I think I must have sounded as though I was on Helium and jabbered like a complete twerp.

Thereafter initial contact was done by e-mail, purely to avoid those nerves and by the time I spoke to the girl concerned I was reasonably OK.

I still get nervous and still get a slight 'wobble' in my voice sometimes.

....and that is a with a regular who I feel at ease with!

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good and bad.

Often, you know in the first minute how a meeting will go.

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Looking at it from the other side of the counter, so to speak, I only have to sense the slightest hesitation and its "Game Over", I take a very black & white approach to it all, either you do or you don't, no half-measures for me.

Sorry I was going to pull you up as I thought it said no half measures from you :eek::D

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He is still ringing non stop today.

I think that demonstrates you made the right choice. If a lady I phoned said I gave her bad vibes, I'd slink away and try someone else (once my fragile male ego recovered that is ;)). The fact he hasn't got the message shows that something is wrong.

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I think that demonstrates you made the right choice. If a lady I phoned said I gave her bad vibes, I'd slink away and try someone else (once my fragile male ego recovered that is ;)). The fact he hasn't got the message shows that something is wrong.

I scrolled down to the bottom to say exactly that, and discovered you had said it.

Wot he said.

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I scrolled down to the bottom to say exactly that, and discovered you had said it.

Wot he said.

Great minds Claire ;)

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Totally agree if you have bad vibes , best to move on, same on the other side of the coin, I ahve been going to see escorts an felt bad vibes , gone ahead and regretted it.

If the lady gets bad vibes , I tell her to read my feedback on **, if she can, this usually settles any bad vibes.

If I got a complete rejection, best to move on.

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Have any of you ladies every felt bad vibes when a punter rings up then turned them down because of gut instinct.

I turned a guy down yesterday because something didn't feel right. He kept ringing so I was honest with him and told him straight I had bad vibes about him.

He laughed and said "No, I'm fine. Now when can I see you?"

That didn't boost my confidence in the slightest. If I was a bloke I would be trying to reassure a girl I was ok and would be concerned at giving off bad vibes.

He is still ringing non stop today.

Has that happened with any of you ladies, where you have trusted a gut instinct?

Lady,WGs have my utmost respect,you never know what is going to end up on your doorstep. Im no oil painting,Im in my mid fifties but Ive got a good body and every WG Ive actually met has greeted me with a smile and a nice attitude.So if you have a feeling about a particular punter go for it,it looks like you have been proved right if you are being pestered with phone calls.Hopefully bad punters are in the minority.

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