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How To Act In Massage Parlour?

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Hi guys

Completely new to this. I'm 24 and in a relationship but fancy something new every once in a while. Is that weird?

Anyway, I've seen a place I like the look of. I would have no problem going in and booking etc but what's the best way to act once you're in? I only want to start off with a happy ending massage. Any step by steps to follow?

Thanks.

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Phone them up and ask for details. You can then explain, anonymously, what you want and gauge the receptionists reaction. Go for it!!!

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It would always help if you were to give some geographical indication!

 

Most Parlours / Saunas have an inset door with a buzz lock, so you don't wait in the street. Once insuide you'll probably be asked whether you've ever been there before, and if (as will be your case) you haven't you get offered a brief tour of the premises. In most you pay a room fee at the door, depending on 30, 45 or 60 minutes, and will be expected to pay your "masseuse" in the room afterwards, or at the door on exit (buzz lock doesn't buzz until you've paid).Then you will be given a towel. In some premises you have a shower, and return to the parlour where the available talent is sitting chatting, watching TV or reading the Daily Record. You'll be offered a drink of fizz or juice, usually. In others, the available talent will come, one by one, smile, and say "Hi! I'm Nancy" or whoever, and whip out again, and when you've seen all (or both!) the Madam or Receptionist will return, and you tell her who has taken your fancy.

 

Once "in the room" she will, almost always, leave you for a surprisingly long time, to go and sign for you. When she returns, the fun starts. Tell her what you want!

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I wrote a brilliant long reply and then deleted it and can't face writing it all again.

 

A fair number of the points above will be different in any different parlour for better or for worse.

 

So go in with the attitude of perhaps wasting your money, setting a limit on what you will pay and then letting the parlour go about their routine and see what you think of it.

 

Confidence will only come with experience, no other way really.

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Hi guys

Completely new to this. I'm 24 and in a relationship but fancy something new every once in a while. Is that weird?

Anyway, I've seen a place I like the look of. I would have no problem going in and booking etc but what's the best way to act once you're in? I only want to start off with a happy ending massage. Any step by steps to follow?

Thanks.

 

 

No not weird. i have been doing the same my whole adult life. Try to be confident though not cocky and ensure you know the prices in full before handing your money over. Be polite and ask what you require costs and once you see the actual WG if you dont fancy her dont pay anyway, just leave, you arent under any obligation to stay or pay as no punt has yet occured. Good luck.

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how to act...

well, it will be the girl doing the acting, you just have to behave ... normal ? 

 

sensible answers above.

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how to act...

well, it will be the girl doing the acting, you just have to behave ... normal ? 

 

sensible answers above.

 

I was going to say, if you want to know how to act then try the theatre. Go to a massage parlour, try behaving normally, and you might get lucky. Jeez, there actually seem to be people out there who don't know how to get laid even when they're paying for it.

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In some massage parlours, probably most, you need to pay for the time on entering. that is for using the place. Then you look for an 'assistant'.

 

You might not find someone suitable and wish to leave. The parlour may want to keep your deposit for the hire period, and should write you a credit note. But they will also expect you to come back soon after, maybe up to a week.

 

So just in case things don't work. Remember this or you might lose your temper, if you think you are being cheated.

 

Otherwise you don't really need to put on any kind of behaviour or attitude. Other than being a respectful human being. But also don't be so polite you forget to ask for anything you might want to do.

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In some massage parlours, probably most, you need to pay for the time on entering. that is for using the place. Then you look for an 'assistant'.

 

You might not find someone suitable and wish to leave. The parlour may want to keep your deposit for the hire period, and should write you a credit note. But they will also expect you to come back soon after, maybe up to a week.

 

So just in case things don't work. Remember this or you might lose your temper, if you think you are being cheated.

 

Otherwise you don't really need to put on any kind of behaviour or attitude. Other than being a respectful human being. But also don't be so polite you forget to ask for anything you might want to do.

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The Parlours i have punted in in recent years didnt ask for any money until i had met the WG at which time if i didnt fancy her i would be leaving. I wouldnt pay an entry fee under any circumstances and advise punters to refuse to do so, Paying a deposit to get entry to a brothel, i think not.

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As ever geographical location can play a part, in Edinburgh you pay an entrance fee, non refundable, though they may give you a credit note if you decide  not to go ahead. The reason for the entrance fee is partly commercial, stop the sightseers, and voyeurs, also once you have paid 20 £ you are likely to go ahead with the punt. Contrary to old style news of the world reports, the girl will be upfront in the room with what is on offer, from the start. If the girl asks you if its your day off, just say you are a journalist doing a story, you get better service.

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just freindly and confident not quite and strange for it makes the girl then not respond to you back that way

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<p> </p>
<blockquote class="ipsBlockquote" data-author="oddbloke" data-cid="490303" data-time="1360999788">
<p>I know but you are more experienced and it would show, and probably a regular at some parlours. But if you went into these parlours as a newbie you would be expected to pay such a fee.  But I have come across it in many massage parlours in London.</p>
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<p>But when I first started I found that I had to pay this otherwise the massage would not proceed. Later on when I became a frequent visitor I was able to see the girls before paying anything. Then I would pay the fee for the booking and proceed to the room with the girl.  Its equivalent to making a booking through and escort agency. You make a deposit etc.</p>
<p> </p>
<p>So its really just to forewarn the fellow, that such practices do go on.</p>
<p> </p>
<p>Now I use a mini brothel where the fees are at a set price, based mainly on the time period. You can still negotiate with the wg for extras once the punt is under way.</p>
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Even at Parlours i have never been in before i havent been asked to pay an entrance fee in recent years, i spoke to a few punting mates and none of them have been asked to pay either, in the past years ago i recall some Saunas charging such fees I also never paid a deposit to an Agency either although its years since i punted through one.  How do you pay this deposit to them?


If the OP comes across such practices i would advise him to leave before paying a penny. If in London HODs 1 and 2 and the Bunny Lounge dont ask for an entrance fee.

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A few places do have an entrance fee but hit and miss. Kitty&Co do, for example, before you get through the security gate inside the front door (last time I was there) and that is presumably because they got troubled by so many lookers and goers.

 

Other places have a house fee, Victoria House, for example, but that's payable once you have decided you want to stay as there is a girl you want to see and you can then use the facilities - shower, sauna, plunge pool for as long as you like beforehand within reason.

 

You find these things out with experience. I haven't ever met any place wanting the full appointment fee before you have chosen the girl and want to stay. That sounds out of order but paying in full after that point is common whether to the house or to the girl.

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I wrote a brilliant long reply and then deleted it and can't face writing it all again.

 

A fair number of the points above will be different in any different parlour for better or for worse.

 

So go in with the attitude of perhaps wasting your money, setting a limit on what you will pay and then letting the parlour go about their routine and see what you think of it.

 

Confidence will only come with experience, no other way really.

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<p> </p>

<blockquote class="ipsBlockquote" data-author="oddbloke" data-cid="490303" data-time="1360999788">

<p>I know but you are more experienced and it would show, and probably a regular at some parlours. But if you went into these parlours as a newbie you would be expected to pay such a fee.  But I have come across it in many massage parlours in London.</p>

<p> </p>

<p>But when I first started I found that I had to pay this otherwise the massage would not proceed. Later on when I became a frequent visitor I was able to see the girls before paying anything. Then I would pay the fee for the booking and proceed to the room with the girl.  Its equivalent to making a booking through and escort agency. You make a deposit etc.</p>

<p> </p>

<p>So its really just to forewarn the fellow, that such practices do go on.</p>

<p> </p>

<p>Now I use a mini brothel where the fees are at a set price, based mainly on the time period. You can still negotiate with the wg for extras once the punt is under way.</p>

</blockquote>

<p> </p>

Even at Parlours i have never been in before i havent been asked to pay an entrance fee in recent years, i spoke to a few punting mates and none of them have been asked to pay either, in the past years ago i recall some Saunas charging such fees I also never paid a deposit to an Agency either although its years since i punted through one.  How do you pay this deposit to them?

If the OP comes across such practices i would advise him to leave before paying a penny. If in London HODs 1 and 2 and the Bunny Lounge dont ask for an entrance fee.

With other forumites contributing to the topic, who concur with similar situations, establishes it as a practice. But obviously it varies by region, establishment, change of staff etc etc. as has been suggested, its more than likely a timewaster sorter.

 

Anyway the point is for the op, its useful know and what to expect.

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Thanks for all the replies. I've found the majority of them to be very helpful.

I'm based in Northampton and have been looking mainly at Soft Touch Bodyworks. Anyone been there?

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As ever geographical location can play a part, in Edinburgh you pay an entrance fee, non refundable, though they may give you a credit note if you decide  not to go ahead. The reason for the entrance fee is partly commercial, stop the sightseers, and voyeurs, also once you have paid 20 £ you are likely to go ahead with the punt. Contrary to old style news of the world reports, the girl will be upfront in the room with what is on offer, from the start. If the girl asks you if its your day off, just say you are a journalist doing a story, you get better service.

News of the World has a lot to answer for.They had quite the crusade for a while against parlours,brothels and strip pubs.For a paper that made its money on titllation it didnt half ruin the fun

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News of the World has a lot to answer for.They had quite the crusade for a while against parlours,brothels and strip pubs.For a paper that made its money on titllation it didnt half ruin the fun

You are wrong there, the news of the world put the idea of visiting parlours into many a mans head, they gave helpful descriptions of locations, girls, prices and how the business worked. A bit like punter net to be honest. I dont think they ever got a parlour closed down, that was not their aim, it was to tittilate their readers, I for one always enjoyed reading it.

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