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Would You Cancel?

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I booked a visit about two weeks ago. Since then I have broken a toe and am hobbling around. It is really only painful when I walk. The visit is for tomorrow. I kept hoping the thing would get better but it has not. Is it too late to cancel? Would you go and grin and bear it? I suspect I can srew as there is no pressure on the foot. But anything else is going to be a pain. Would the women here be concerned if a punter hobbled to the door, wincing and grimacing, or prefer a cancellation?

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Oh poor you :(. Maybe give her a call and explain your situation. A days notice to cancel if you wish to do so is fine. I'm sure she won't mind you hobbling in, as long as you explain the wincing and grimacing is down to pain and not because you find her minging :).

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I would cancel and wait for the toe to heal. Is it common for punters to book two weeks in advance? I always book on the same day or the night before if it's a morning appointment. I have cancelled before if I've had a cold or an eczema flare up, and the wg has always been very understanding.

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eek! I never thought of that. Another thing to worry over. (laughing)

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If you have seen her before I would call in the morning (as you would expect to anyway) and explain the toe situation. Unless she has a real toe fetish I would carry on as normal.

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Use it to your advantage. Just mention to the lady that you've broken your toe and to take extra care. Then just lie back and be pampered.

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I have some minor problems with mobility and painful knees, and a few other things, but I find I forget all about them during a punt. Strange.

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Maybe give her a call to check out if there's many steps to get to hers, you don't want to arrive to find you have to climb loads of stairs.

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. Is it common for punters to book two weeks in advance? I always book on the same day or the night before if it's a morning appointment.

I've travelled between 35 and over 200 miles to visit ladies so I like to arrange as far in advance as possible generally 2 to 4 weeks in advance. There has been the odd occasion when the opportunity has come up at short notice and I've taken advantage of it but I am still talking of 3/4 days notice. Depends on where you live and work plus family circumstances.

I have a problem at the moment with pain in both legs which will hopefully be cured in the not too distant future. I take painkillers but they are not very effective. For whatever reason when I start actively indulging the pain seems to go. I can only assume it has something to do with the treatment I am receiving. At the moment I am paying for this privately but hopefully it will become available on the NHS.

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At the moment I am paying for this privately but hopefully it will become available on the NHS.

Are you talking about punting here? If so I must change my doctor so I can get it on the NHS too :)

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Are you talking about punting here? If so I must change my doctor so I can get it on the NHS too :)

How do you know........that my doctor knows........ that I punt? :D

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I like to plan ahead and like the frisson of anticipation

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Speak to the escort about your toe problem and if she is willing to treat you in a dignified mission, and there is not too much pain, then it should all be okay.

It might even aid recovery knowing that it can be an advantage, well the escort will need to take special care of you, does she have a nurses uniform!.

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How do you know........that my doctor knows........ that I punt? :D

Dr Faustus is a member of the forum!,

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Nurses uniforms? hmmmmmmmm. Interesting idea there chaps

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I would cancel and wait for the toe to heal. Is it common for punters to book two weeks in advance? I always book on the same day or the night before if it's a morning appointment. I have cancelled before if I've had a cold or an eczema flare up, and the wg has always been very understanding.

Its not unusual for guys to book in advance no. Its also fine to book on the day but some men like to be sure they can be seen rather than chancing being told the lady in question is booked up on the same day.

If you think you won't enjoy yourself then cancel but if you think you might be ok minus hobbling then just let the lady know so she isn't wondering why you are hobbling about.

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I booked a visit about two weeks ago. Since then I have broken a toe and am hobbling around. It is really only painful when I walk. The visit is for tomorrow. I kept hoping the thing would get better but it has not. Is it too late to cancel? Would you go and grin and bear it? I suspect I can srew as there is no pressure on the foot. But anything else is going to be a pain. Would the women here be concerned if a punter hobbled to the door, wincing and grimacing, or prefer a cancellation?

If this were me, I would not mind if you cancelled. Real life sometimes gets in the way of a punt, and accidents are not planned. Cancel. I would understand.

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How do you know........that my doctor knows........ that I punt? :D

My conversations with your doctor are subject to medical confidentiality!

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I had a client that had broken his leg two days before the punt and still turned up, he was in obvious pain and it did make things difficult for both of us (I was petrified I was going to hurt him), maybe not a good idea. As the others girls have said she won't mind if you cancel under these cirucmstances.

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I once had a threesome booked, and was in some quandry as to if I should keep it as I had a broken arm and had a plaster cast on it.

Luckily the escorts were keen on each other and took it easy on me, and provided a very good floor show before they pleasured me in a gentle way.

Im glad I went ahead with it, and remember it for all the right reasons.

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I once had a threesome booked, and was in some quandry as to if I should keep it as I had a broken arm and had a plaster cast on it.

Broken through over use of the wrist I wonder?? ;)

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Broken through over use of the wrist I wonder?? ;)

It was the other way about!....

I made the booking because I couldt use my wrist... :(

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It was the other way about!....

I made the booking because I couldt use my wrist... :(

So I was right. A broken w*nking arm!! :P Sorry to laugh at your discomfort. By the way you will have to get it X rayed before you will be allowed to get on the plane! Gibbs is very particular about security.

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So what did you do?

Did you cancel or go ahead?

As Heather typed..... cancellations are part of this world, we take it on the chin ;)

Lucy :)

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