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For The Wg's - Would You Ever Fire A Regular Due To Boredom?

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I'm just curious about this....ever had a regular literally see you too much (like 1-2 times a week for years) to the point that you just get bored of it and ask to not see them anymore?  This, despite good hygiene, courteous behaviour, tips, whatever things that you want to include that would count as normal  and positive pre-reqs for a 'good' customers and yet still something torches you off to say 'au revoir'...

 

I am not referring to these odd cases where a regular gets stalky or exhibits abnormal behaviour, this is a question purely on the 'I'm over him/it' notion.

 

Second question: If that did happen, was it because you met another new regular you prefer or some other factor that caused you to ask them to stop seeing you?

 

How much is too much from a good client?

 

 

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Once upon a time men went to prostitutes for sex, probably company as well. At some other time ongoing relationships were invented and could be ended by separation or divorce. Then some  guys started falling for prostitutes, vice versa and the rules between the 2 got so blurred that people got really confused

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I'd be interested to hear from SP members whether emotional attachment on the part of clients has become more of an issue now that the whole GFE has become a common service to offer?

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I would never 'get rid' of a regular due to boredom. That seems really callous. Emotional attachment and boundary issues, yes, and for their own good as well as my safety. I love having regulars, I feel so much more at ease with them. I still get apprehensive when meeting someone I've never seen before; they could be rude, aggressive, disrespectful, anything at all! With my regulars I know I'm safe.

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I'm just curious about this....ever had a regular literally see you too much (like 1-2 times a week for years) to the point that you just get bored of it and ask to not see them anymore?  This, despite good hygiene, courteous behaviour, tips, whatever things that you want to include that would count as normal  and positive pre-reqs for a 'good' customers and yet still something torches you off to say 'au revoir'...

 

I am not referring to these odd cases where a regular gets stalky or exhibits abnormal behaviour, this is a question purely on the 'I'm over him/it' notion.

 

Second question: If that did happen, was it because you met another new regular you prefer or some other factor that caused you to ask them to stop seeing you?

 

How much is too much from a good client?

Absolutley not, never, jeez if all you need to put up with to earn a living is a little boredom then only someone with a queue at her door or supremely over confident would fire a regular. If you dont like them in the first place then they dont become a regular. If they bore you to tears then just make out you are fully booked occasionally. Believe me, its all well and good have the new guys coming along but your regulars are the ones who will keep you going financially during the quiet times of the year. 

 

March was a bad month in MK and boy was I glad of my regular clients. Just because the going gets good again does not mean they should be of less importance to us. Seriously, they should be taken care off.

 

Of course if boundries are being overstepped then thats a different kettle of fish altogether x

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Absolutley not, never, jeez if all you need to put up with to earn a living is a little boredom then only someone with a queue at her door or supremely over confident would fire a regular. If you dont like them in the first place then they dont become a regular. If they bore you to tears then just make out you are fully booked occasionally. Believe me, its all well and good have the new guys coming along but your regulars are the ones who will keep you going financially during the quiet times of the year. 

 

March was a bad month in MK and boy was I glad of my regular clients. Just because the going gets good again does not mean they should be of less importance to us. Seriously, they should be taken care off.

 

Of course if boundries are being overstepped then thats a different kettle of fish altogether x

Good to hear.  I'm still looking for my "regular", but enjoying the search  :)

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Good to hear.  I'm still looking for my "regular", but enjoying the search  :)

A bit like a sweetie shop when you are a kid, standing there looking at the endless shelves of jars full of glistening multicoloured candies and thinking mmmm which one shall I pick...its half the fun, I guess its the same with punting  ^_^

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@ Chloe and Alixxx, thanks for your comments, quite interesting.  

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I'm just curious about this....ever had a regular literally see you too much (like 1-2 times a week for years) to the point that you just get bored of it and ask to not see them anymore?  This, despite good hygiene, courteous behaviour, tips, whatever things that you want to include that would count as normal  and positive pre-reqs for a 'good' customers and yet still something torches you off to say 'au revoir'...

 

I am not referring to these odd cases where a regular gets stalky or exhibits abnormal behaviour, this is a question purely on the 'I'm over him/it' notion.

 

Second question: If that did happen, was it because you met another new regular you prefer or some other factor that caused you to ask them to stop seeing you?

 

How much is too much from a good client?

A good client is a good client.  There is no room for boredom here.  It's up to the WG to make the punts interesting.  If they are boring it's because she is not doing enough.

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Question which shows little or no understanding at all.

 

Hookers are, by and large - having to put up with shagging guys they don't fancy at all - and you ask if boredom is a problem to the extent any girl would stop and chap coming with his hundred quid each time.

 

I don't know why I bother - I really don't.

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No, not due to boredom but I have stopped seeing a very regular client in the past because I went off him sexually. Saw him for many years at least once a week, often more.. One day he arrived still reeking from a night out the previous night, he smelt of alcohol, had a furry tongue and the whole experience was unpleasant.  Now knowing this particular booking was a one off, you would have thought I would be fine but no.  It was like a switch turned off and I could not have sex with him again, even though he was paying contrary to popular belief!

 

We still stayed friends and I met up with him for dinner in London many times for a couple of years but I just could not have sex with him anymore. Nothing as queer as folks, in this case me!

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No, not due to boredom but I have stopped seeing a very regular client in the past because I went off him sexually. Saw him for many years at least once a week, often more.. One day he arrived still reeking from a night out the previous night, he smelt of alcohol, had a furry tongue and the whole experience was unpleasant.  Now knowing this particular booking was a one off, you would have thought I would be fine but no.  It was like a switch turned off and I could not have sex with him again, even though he was paying contrary to popular belief!

 

We still stayed friends and I met up with him for dinner in London many times for a couple of years but I just could not have sex with him anymore. Nothing as queer as folks, in this case me!

Sorry Pia but surely escorts see many clients they don't fancy sexually?  Was it just the fact he was a regular and you had been sexually attracted to him in the past?

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A similar response to Pia's here.

 

A couple of times in the past  regular clients would stop bothering to go through the hygiene routine before a visit... becoming too familiar I suppose and just taking for granted that I would be my usual chirpy self...... which of course I was.  I would give them the benefit of my doubts and see them again but if they had really let their cleanliness slip then I am afraid I would be unavailable on subsequent booking attempts.

 

I have always maintained that we can put up with just about anything for an hour or so with new guys.  By that I mean clients who are arrogant brag constantly of other wg's they know / less than squeaky clean / forgotten how to speak  or smile etc....... and as a one off that is perfectly fine with me.  To let clients like that have repeat bookings is another matter though...... with me it tends to be a 3 strikes and they are out.

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Sorry Pia but surely escorts see many clients they don't fancy sexually?  Was it just the fact he was a regular and you had been sexually attracted to him in the past?

Did you not read what Pia actually said?

 

It was his furry tongue and booze stinky breath and body etc which put her off.  It would me too.

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Did you not read what Pia actually said?

 

It was his furry tongue and booze stinky breath and body etc which put her off.  It would me too.

Yes I did read it thank you.  Perhaps I was surprised that apparently one single negative experience turned her off him sexually despite the fact she had been seeing him for some time and had presumably previously been attracted.

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Sorry Pia but surely escorts see many clients they don't fancy sexually?  Was it just the fact he was a regular and you had been sexually attracted to him in the past?

 

I do not need to fancy a client sexually at all, it does not work like that for me. I like the variety and the various personalities that come through my door and often I will get surprised along the way which is what makes it fun. I adore my regulars as we strike up a closeness (not romantically) So I have absolutely no idea sorry. Still to this day it puzzles me..

 

edit:  Just saw Lynn's post.. It could be the smell of him which just stayed with me.. Logically you would have thought I could override it but maybe not.

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I do not need to fancy a client sexually at all, it does not work like that for me. I like the variety and the various personalities that come through my door and often I will get surprised along the way which is what makes it fun. I adore my regulars as we strike up a closeness (not romantically) So I have absolutely no idea sorry. Still to this day it puzzles me..

 

edit:  Just saw Lynn's post.. It could be the smell of him which just stayed with me.. Logically you would have thought I could override it but maybe not.

Fair enough Pia, I was only responding to your comment that you "went off him sexually", which suggested you'd previously been sexually attracted to him.  No offence intended, I was just curious  :)

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No have never got rid of a regular client unless they have got overattached and clingy.Why would you?

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I would find it disrespectful to stop seeing a regular client for such a reason, but I have a different cultural perspective about relationships with clients. However that does not mean I am some sort of patsy, last night I had to ask firmly for a disrespectful client to leave. 

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Overly clingy clients who don't get that however much I may like them I need my space, yes but I'm like that with friends too.

 

Regulars who I have known for a long period of time no, highly unlikely. They are regulars because I like them just as much as they like me.

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This thread could really have been phrased - why would a service provider fire a regular

 

obviously not due to boredom

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I must be different I guess but for a start I wouldn't see a regular that often in the first place.  When I first started I was so naïve and for a while I had this guy coming three times a week, that became so difficult.   To start with I was loving the regular money, did enjoy his company and it took away the need to keeping meeting new people which was a huge plus for me.  But then he started talking about his family and it turned out that although he has a good job he was a single dad struggling to get his kids through UNI.  That played havoc with my head.  I just couldn't justify taking money out of his families mouths that way.  On top of that it was becoming increasingly hard to keep it fresh and fun *he would come in and put the kettle on as if it was his second home, seemed too comfortable*.

 

So I sat down with him and told him how I was feeling, we decided to cool it a little and limited the bookings to two a month and introduce new things too.  I chatted to friends about it and had it pointed out that if it wasn't me that took his money it would be somebody else, so that became easier.  We started to challenge each other, so one booking I would set the scene, the next he would.  I never knew what was coming on his turn but we had some crazy fun, it took it all to a whole new level for both of us and lasted right until I retired, in fact he still joins us at parties and I've run him to various clubs since retiring.

 

So I would say for me twice a week is too often, but over time with a regular you can become comfortable enough to be able to push those boundaries and experiment in a way that isn't so easy with new clients.

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This thread could really have been phrased - why would a service provider fire a regular

 

obviously not due to boredom

However i look at it a punter who is paying a WG cant be fired, he isnt working for her. Fortunately i have never had a regular say i was boring and then refuse to see me again, obviously doesnt mean some didnt think i was boring though of course. I always get bored sooner or later myself and move on but i will punt intensively with a good regular as much as i can while i can.

 

Its completely up to a WG who she sees and if she decides she doesnt wish to punt with one or more punters anymore.

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I'm just curious about this....ever had a regular literally see you too much (like 1-2 times a week for years) to the point that you just get bored of it and ask to not see them anymore?  This, despite good hygiene, courteous behaviour, tips, whatever things that you want to include that would count as normal  and positive pre-reqs for a 'good' customers and yet still something torches you off to say 'au revoir'...

 

I am not referring to these odd cases where a regular gets stalky or exhibits abnormal behaviour, this is a question purely on the 'I'm over him/it' notion.

 

Second question: If that did happen, was it because you met another new regular you prefer or some other factor that caused you to ask them to stop seeing you?

 

How much is too much from a good client?

Never out of Boredom - Bad behaviour, "Familiarity breeding contempt"  assuming a relationship, playing power games ( #1 reason prob) .... ..all yes but boredom no. 

I do get bored in Supermarket ques though :-)

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Question which shows little or no understanding at all.

 

Hookers are, by and large - having to put up with shagging guys they don't fancy at all - and you ask if boredom is a problem to the extent any girl would stop and chap coming with his hundred quid each time.

 

I don't know why I bother - I really don't.

  

This thread could really have been phrased - why would a service provider fire a regular

 

obviously not due to boredom

Heh, I have this image of you sat at home, knuckles white over the mouse, punching away furiously at the keyboard and scowling as you type. Chill dude. You are not on a public service mission to bring every punter round to your point of view. Vive la difference.

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