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Hello,

 

Does any of the wg's on here have an 'exit strategy'? I am asking as a wg who I used to see told me she was working for 6mths to pay off her debts, & buy a car.

 

2 yrs later she is still working :-(

 

When/how do you plan to leave? How far have you got to go?

 

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Until my suite is ready at the retirement home for rejected trollops.................... they assured me they would comply with my redecoration demands............

 

however there is something of a delay................

 

my insistence on having leopard print wallpaper... hot pink glitter shag pile flooring... a purple pvc toilet seat and breakfast in bed each morning brought to me by a six packed muscle bound and slippery tongued 19 year old male attendant .... is just not cutting it.....

 

I will not give up though and shall continue to toil until I get the move in date.

 

;)

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Lynn, your suggestion of a retirement home for retired trollops chimed with what I've been pondering recently, which is that for some WGs, I think, entering the escort world is easier than leaving it, when a career path and a pension scheme have been abandoned. I wondered whether women without partners ever think of setting up home together as the twilight years advance. It was common in the 1920s for women to set up house together when men were rendered scarce. If this sounds patronising, I apologise.

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Lynn, your suggestion of a retirement home for retired trollops chimed with what I've been pondering recently, which is that for some WGs, I think, entering the escort world is easier than leaving it, when a career path and a pension scheme have been abandoned. I wondered whether women without partners ever think of setting up home together as the twilight years advance. It was common in the 1920s for women to set up house together when men were rendered scarce. If this sounds patronising, I apologise.

I do not feel patronised at all. You give good advice there.  In fact as my signature  informs......I shall be quite content as knitting and solo scrabble are my main pastimes in between appointments (I am used to the long waits and have a self dusting phone so have plenty of free time) so I am well prepared for whatever the future holds...... if my suite at the home does not work out then a sort of Golden Girls flatmate arrangement will be just the thing............. we shall certainly have plenty of memories to share!

 

 

( pension schemes are not necessarily abandoned by the way... whatever gave you that idea?   ;) )

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Hello,

 

Does any of the wg's on here have an 'exit strategy'? I am asking as a wg who I used to see told me she was working for 6mths to pay off her debts, & buy a car.

 

2 yrs later she is still working :-(

 

When/how do you plan to leave? How far have you got to go?

Don't see why the sad face because she's still working unless thats something she doesnt want.The whole short term becoming long term can happen in all forms of work and trade.I started my current job as a temp position for a few months with every intention of it being just that.That was nearly twenty years ago

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I know of a few who have had an exit planned from escorting, and upon returning to civvy street, have found the thrill of being an escort missing from their lives, maybe its the money, maybe its the thrill, or maybe its both, but I think that some escorts enjoy the best of both worlds.

 

As for retiring, age does not apply in escorting, and neither should it, if ladies are enjoying the work and pleasure that they give, then why change it.

 

Many times a punter has said no more, and then be found checking out the forums and seeing whom is availale for a spot of excitment again...

 

Lynn will you still be doing incalls at your retirement home!........I am no 19 year old and dont have a six pack, but I can sure bring you breakfast in bed, now put that knitting down, have you seen this alternative scrabble board, strip scrabble can be sexy!.

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I have met several working women who said that they were investing heavily for a future. I wish such women the best and hope they have better pensions than bankers, they deserve it.

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I have met several working women who said that they were investing heavily for a future. I wish such women the best and hope they have better pensions than bankers, they deserve it.

I have an exit strategy firmly in place.

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Seriously.... I too have my exit strategy well and truly planned... it will not be for some time yet but if all goes to plan it will fall into place nicely.

 

As for sharing the details.... sorry but that is a little too personal to spill on here.

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I suppose we all have an exit strategy in our lives. The secret is not to lose sight especially with the £$ temptations that we encounter every day.

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I have no doubt that the ladies who are successful i.e. in financial terms will have an exit strategy (pension or otherwise) in place for when they retire. I would assume that these are the ladies who have been very good at providing the services and marketing themselves and have not spent every penny they have deservedly earned.

But there must be ladies whose income had been less than desired or have spent it as fast as they have earned it. Ladies who have no plans for later in life. Perhaps thinking that in the future the state will look after them. Nowadays you really do have to think for yourself and make plans as young as possible because relying on the state is very unwise.

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Gibbs' point about some thinking the state would look after them often struck me.  Even without the recent financial and pensions crises, those who haven't paid income tax and national insurance for many years would probably face difficulty with HMRC on returning to a regular PAYE job.  That could encourage some to put off 'the evil day'.  Eventually, without enough contributions (as I understand the system) a state pension would be massively reduced.  The earlier an exit strategy is considered, the better in the long run.

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I have surfed the edge of the welfare state all my life. They stopped free milk when I was in school. Then the free school meals. When I was in college they stopped travel expenses and claimign my dad's tax. Lost out on free powdered milk for my son, then his college was funded by me. I am perfectly sure when I hit 65 the pension will go as well

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I suppose we all have an exit strategy in our lives.

 

I think they call it "grave".

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I suspect the biggest obstacle for most WGs to implement their exist strategy is their love of sex with punters, a habit they just cannot kick.

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Gibbs' point about some thinking the state would look after them often struck me.  Even without the recent financial and pensions crises, those who haven't paid income tax and national insurance for many years would probably face difficulty with HMRC on returning to a regular PAYE job.  That could encourage some to put off 'the evil day'.  Eventually, without enough contributions (as I understand the system) a state pension would be massively reduced.  The earlier an exit strategy is considered, the better in the long run.

You need a total of 30 years worth of NI contributions or credits to qualify for the full basic state pension. A pension forecast can be obtained easily and at any time. If you have worked in the same job for 20/30 years and had other more temporary positions then it is easy to work out if you qualify..... but for those of us who have had many jobs over the years it is easy to lose track of what /where and when..... the nice pension forecast people will quickly work it all out for you as they have your life history (almost!) at their fingertips.  You need not be about to claim your pension to do this..... it can be done at any time in your working life in order that you can keep track of your entitlements.

 

I agree with the highlighted words above...... but I need not worry about that as I pay up on both counts and always have.

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Ah retirement.  The thread title made me think of a Swiss clinic.   

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Ah retirement.  The thread title made me think of a Swiss clinic.   

Is it wrong that this made me chuckle ?

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Is it wrong that this made me chuckle ?

No, it made me smile too. I have no wish to go on past my sell by date and have told my kids to give me a bottle of little blue pills and a bottle of whisky. I just hope I shall know what to do with them when the time comes.

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No, it made me smile too. I have no wish to go on past my sell by date and have told my kids to give me a bottle of little blue pills and a bottle of whisky. I just hope I shall know what to do with them when the time comes.

Little blue pills and whisky just makes me think of the new De Niro film where he od's on viagra and ends up in hospital having the blood drained.The scenes actually funnier then it sounds

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Ah retirement.  The thread title made me think of a Swiss clinic.   

When I go I plan to have a Viking funeral:

 

 

 

 

Several Swedes will be heaped up into a pyre and set alight and my corpse placed atop the flames.

 

Then anyone against whom I still hold a grudge will be shoved on to keep the fire going.

 

Thank you. :)

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When I go I plan to have a Viking funeral:

 

 

 

 

Several Swedes will be heaped up into a pyre and set alight and my corpse placed atop the flames.

 

Then anyone against whom I still hold a grudge will be shoved on to keep the fire going.

 

Thank you. :)

There were two fellas where i work.One really hated the other,the other was that thick skinned he never realised.One day i was chatting to the first fella and he goes,"when i die i only have one last request". "Whats that i asked?" the reply had me cracking up. "If that bastard turns up at my funeral,please throw him on top". Sadly no one honoured his request :)

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Hello,

 

Does any of the wg's on here have an 'exit strategy'? I am asking as a wg who I used to see told me she was working for 6mths to pay off her debts, & buy a car.

 

2 yrs later she is still working :-(

 

When/how do you plan to leave? How far have you got to go?

I have none.. I am praying my kids will pay for me! :D

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I have none.. I am praying my kids will pay for me! :D

Oh damn! Now I realise why I should have had children.

 

Damn, damn, damn.

 

 

:D :D :D

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I suspect the biggest obstacle for most WGs to implement their exist strategy is their love of sex with punters, a habit they just cannot kick.

 

 Agree , agree  , I know one who enjoys it so much she regularly forgets to ask for the "  donation " 

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