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What if your favourite WG or punter died?

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We see punters(or WGs). There are some that will visit regularly, so much so that you will think of them on the same scale as a close friend or neighbour.

Due to the secretive nature of your meetings, f one of you died the other will never ever find out. If a friend of mine was to die I would want to know. The same applies to a few of my customers. There is a small number I see regularly. If contact suddenly stopped from one of those few I would always wonder what had happened.

So what I am trying to say, is, if you have a mate you can trust, make sure your favourite WG or punter, whichever is applicable, is informed if God forbid, something happens.

Just a thought. Sorry to be morbid.

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A few years ago my regular girl put me on the spot one evening in a hotel by asking me to look after her puppy whilst she went away on hoiday the next day with her mum and brother for 2 weeks.

At that time I didn't know her real name or where she lived - and vice versa.

I was worried that if anything happened to me then she wouldn't get her puppy back. I imagined that she'd be very upset. I doubted that she would mourn my loss to any great extent - apart from the future financial loss to herself.

I did give her a piece of paper with my real christian name and my parents telephone number just in case anything happened to me. Luckily it didn't.

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You've given me food for thought here,and motivated me to make my first post after a long time lurking.

Gonna get on to my all time fave and discuss this pronto!

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For the vast majority of punters it's not going to be possible for the woman to be contacted, surely, as they don't tell a soul about their hobby.

I do have a document on my pc asking friends/family to get in contact with various people they might not know if anything untoward was to ever happen to me, but even then I'd have to be extremely close friends with a working girl before I'd add their email addy to it, as I just wouldn't want others to know about my punting habits.

If it was a more permissive society than things might be different, but alas it isn't.

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Let's face it if you're dead you're dead and are past caring anyway. I maybe hope that if I shuffled prematurely someone might text my mobile address book or email my email address book but being a bit mercenary don't imagine any of the WGs in it would give it much more that a passing "Aww shame". :D

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Let's face it if you're dead you're dead and are past caring anyway. I maybe hope that if I shuffled prematurely someone might text my mobile address book or email my email address book but being a bit mercenary don't imagine any of the WGs in it would give it much more that a passing "Aww shame". :D

Am not suggesting every WG, but surely there would be one or 2, in the case of most people.

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Am not suggesting every WG, but surely there would be one or 2, in the case of most people.

So far as concerns the one or two who were really special and have since retired, it would be nice to get an email to my punting addy at Christmas just to let me know that they are still alive and well.

I have not left instructions that on my death "Miss Fifi" should be notified.

Relationships in the punting world are not relationship (no reciprocity).

Jack

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"What if your favourite WG or punter died? "

I would stop as soon as I noticed and phone an ambulance, obviously :D

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You attend the funeral out of respect,simple as.You dont have to make a big deal of it and nobody will query your attendance as a "friend"

Liverpool 2005 was the date and still haunts me as the girl met a tragic end..............

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You've given me food for thought here,and motivated me to make my first post after a long time lurking.

Gonna get on to my all time fave and discuss this pronto!

Lets hope..... she doesn't pop her clogs before you get there !!!! :D

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"What if your favourite WG or punter died? "

I would stop as soon as I noticed and phone an ambulance, obviously :D

OMG. Lol. I mean the ones who die when not with you.

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You attend the funeral out of respect,simple as.You dont have to make a big deal of it and nobody will query your attendance as a "friend"

Liverpool 2005 was the date and still haunts me as the girl met a tragic end..............

That works if you find out about the death and funeral details. LOTM's point is that you (either WG or client) rarely find out. Sorry to hear about your tragedy btw.

It's an interesting point LOTM. As I hopefully have many years yet left in me and the ladies I see tend to be younger than I, it doesn't really keep me awake at night. I dare say though that most of the ladies have tales of older clients they were fond of who just stopped visiting.

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That works if you find out about the death and funeral details. LOTM's point is that you (either WG or client) rarely find out. Sorry to hear about your tragedy btw.

It's an interesting point LOTM. As I hopefully have many years yet left in me and the ladies I see tend to be younger than I, it doesn't really keep me awake at night. I dare say though that most of the ladies have tales of older clients they were fond of who just stopped visiting.

a very sincere post that Northwinds.Thanks

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I must say that the term WG has never really appealed to me. My current regular lady I refer to as GG (Gorgeous Girl) or my companion. In this case I would know if anything happened to her, and unless it was instant drop dead vica-versa.

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I do have a document on my pc.....

I have a paper document in an envelope marked 'in the event of my death', so everyone knows where things can be found (House deeds etc). I wouldn't put it on my PC- indeed the paper document aks for the hard drive on my PC to be removed and destroyed "As it contains personal documents of no lasting value." :D

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one lady i saw on a regular basis died in a motorcycle crash with her partner.the lady she worked with,who i also saw, invited me to the funeral.i had to decline,as in case anyone asked how i knew her.

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Wonder if any of the WGs Ive seen would want to come to my funeral? I wouldnt mind, Im dead! Hopefully a long time till that happens thou.

Vicer: "A welcome to all of you wishing to say your respects to Overworked. A great friend to many, but also had a taste for prostitution. And looking to my left at the number of women with cheap perfume and dodgy makeup and gross outfits a great many of them are here"

Veger: "Psst! Thats his family and friends....The working girls are over there....."

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Fact of escorting is your clients will come and go and you aren't part of their real, everyday world and as such can't expect them to make any provision for you to be informed of their death - I have client who I've shared years with.

It may sound heartless but over the years clients I have been fond of, have 'disappeared', and as much as I would love to know how they are, what they're up to, it's not my place to stick my oar in and maybe stir up a nest of hornets.

If I was informed and invited to their funeral I probably would attend, as long as I knew I wouldn't upset anyone.

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Wonder if any of the WGs Ive seen would want to come to my funeral?

If my first one came to mine they might here a knocking from inside my coffin.:D

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We see punters(or WGs). There are some that will visit regularly, so much so that you will think of them on the same scale as a close friend or neighbour.

Due to the secretive nature of your meetings, f one of you died the other will never ever find out. If a friend of mine was to die I would want to know. The same applies to a few of my customers. There is a small number I see regularly. If contact suddenly stopped from one of those few I would always wonder what had happened.

So what I am trying to say, is, if you have a mate you can trust, make sure your favourite WG or punter, whichever is applicable, is informed if God forbid, something happens.

Just a thought. Sorry to be morbid.

It's a really interesting question that has also been occuring to me of late (having three major family bereavements inside a year focuses the mind).

I would like to make arrangements with one of my closest friends to let a couple of special ladies know if I popped my clogs. What I would do if my buddy goes before me, I don't know!

Similarly I'd hate for a special lady to disappear without trace or goodbye.

As human beings I think we need "closure" in these matters

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Due to the secretive nature of your meetings, if one of you died the other will never ever find out. If a friend of mine was to die I would want to know. The same applies to a few of my customers. There is a small number I see regularly. If contact suddenly stopped from one of those few I would always wonder what had happened.

It does happen occasionally, I recall a case where one of the girls told me another client (who posted here as Davidd) had died. Clearly she knew his civilian personna.

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We see punters(or WGs). There are some that will visit regularly, so much so that you will think of them on the same scale as a close friend or neighbour.

Due to the secretive nature of your meetings, f one of you died the other will never ever find out. If a friend of mine was to die I would want to know. The same applies to a few of my customers. There is a small number I see regularly. If contact suddenly stopped from one of those few I would always wonder what had happened.

So what I am trying to say, is, if you have a mate you can trust, make sure your favourite WG or punter, whichever is applicable, is informed if God forbid, something happens.

Just a thought. Sorry to be morbid.

In my job there is a line, its not even a thin line so why you would think what your saying is morbid when its just plain crazy.

your posts are getting more ridiculess.

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In my job there is a line, its not even a thin line so why you would think what your saying is morbid when its just plain crazy.

your posts are getting more ridiculess.

I do wish you'd stop seeing the world through rose-coloured spectacles Lou baby.:D

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It does happen occasionally, I recall a case where one of the girls told me another client (who posted here as Davidd) had died. Clearly she knew his civilian personna.

Very nice chap was David.Pure gentleman.

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Very nice chap was David.Pure gentleman.

Very true.

I'm working on a system which will ensure that a very few 'regulars' will find out, in a tactful way. After seven or more years it seems only proper to pass on the word.

If any of them want to attend my funeral, that's fine. They will be doing so without anyone knowing why they're there, and with a good reason for not being 'known' to the organisers.

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