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Funny Experience - Surprised My Escort At The Bus Stop :-)

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Just had a funny experience.

 

6 mths ago I saw my first escort. 22 year old EE girl, and one of the sweetest girls you'll ever meet. Poor english, but totally mad up for it with sheer tenderness and caring. 2 hour session.  She knew I was nervous and didn't know what to do, and took the lead, but not in a dominating way. Perfect GFE.

 

I was so nervous I went to the gym before for a few hours, and was too pooped out to perform. Embarrassing for both of us, particularly because, judging by how beautiful she was, and her reaction, it never happens to her. Finally we stood up and she, towering over me but pressing her body against mine and one of her legs between mine, did it by hand, and, when it happened, she exclaimed "see! anything is possible!"

 

Sweetest girl ever.

 

 

 

 

So today, was jogging back from work. Shorts, tshirt, backpack. Really standing out in the London weather where everyone is wearing a big black overcoat and hat. Running down a busy street in central london, I see this tall girl dressed very well, sitting alone at the bus stop. As I ran past, I flashed her a big smile and nod. 

 

Instead of smiling back, she dropped her bag - actually dropped it - , and stared at me, with an expression I've only ever seen before in this emoticon: :eek:. Kept running, then realised about 30 metres later it was her!

 

Hilarious! :-)

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Exellent…ten out of ten for keeping on running by lol x

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Nice story - both parts of it.

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I have had a few slightly worrying encounters at bus stops and on the underground over the years.

 

A few years ago, after having got off the Tube from central London, I was walking towards a bus stop with my good lady wife when I noticed we were following a smartly dressed lady on very high expensive high heels tottering along with several large shopping bags from West End stores. I quickly realised  it was a lady I had seen a few times who has a flat about half a mile from the station in the direction we were going. I held back and walked slowly, fearing we would end up sitting opposite each other on the same bus! Fortunately a bus came along first which would take the Lady to her flat but did not as far as the wife and I needed to get home. A sigh of relief. And a meeting arranged a week or two later to see what some of her West End purchases had been and to discuss what we would do if it happened again.

 

Since then I have bumped into party girls I know on the Central Line and at least a couple of times I have walked out my home tube station with a swinger lady I know from the party scene. Fortunately no one around to see us.

 

Most latterly, I was waiting at the bus stop at my local station when a lady who has flat near where I live got off the bus I was getting on. We saw each other, I mouthed-are you still in the same place-she nodded and we met up again a couple of months ago.

 

Regards,

 

davidgood

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central line seems the place to be

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central line seems the place to be

The Central line used to connect 2 party venues but now I think only one. 

 

My other encounters were bus stops at Northern Line and Piccadilly Line stations.

 

Regards,

 

davidgood 

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I got a bit cross only yesterday about this very subject! In fact I could have said to be Extremely Very Angry to be approached on the street.

 

I would never normally dream of even acknowledging a customer in conversation beyond the front door of the place I worked.

 

 

So when I was walking to the local shops in my civvies, and was greeted by a (very green) previous visitor who asked "Hey, don't you remember me?", I glared at him and said to him "I don't 'remember' guys unless they have called or emailed me in advance, please don't speak to me on the street." He then tried to tell me he had lost my details, and tried get my phone number there and then, in front of my local shop. So I said "If you are that interested, go back to where you found it originally, and do NOT approach me on the street again!"

 

Worse, the little toe-rag had bumped me with at least one duff £20 note which found me embarrassed in a Certain Store for Posh Ladies, so I continued (just so he knew that I knew EXACTLY who he was) " ... and don't ever think you can pass dodgy money on to me and get away with it. EVER!"

 

And then I stalked off, self-righteously.

(I'm hoping he finds my email or phone number and attempts a return visit, so that my Security can walk him firmly to the cashpoint in person, LOL)

 

Having said that, I bumped into an old Giggles customer several weeks ago in Tesco's, I recognised his voice and turned around to see him standing right behind me with a friend in tow. Fortunately we had another interest in common (motorbikes) so I allowed him to drive the conversation in that direction, but swiftly disengaged myself so as to avoid him having to get into too much difficulty.

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I was returning from a punt with a lovely Maxes Angel and while walking back to the office I bumped into another escort I had seen twice before. We stopped for a couple of minutes for a social chat about her holidays, etc. before carrying on our separate ways. Even though she was wrapped up in a fur coat with skinny jeans and boots, she still looked very glamorous.

 

C

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My last punt was not very good and I thought long and hard about leaving a review. In the couple of months since I have seen said lady twice in Waitrose and once on the train station! Rather glad I didn't leave a poor review!

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My last punt was not very good and I thought long and hard about leaving a review. In the couple of months since I have seen said lady twice in Waitrose and once on the train station! Rather glad I didn't leave a poor review!

 

She might have attacked you with her trolley!!!

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I got a bit cross only yesterday about this very subject! In fact I could have said to be Extremely Very Angry to be approached on the street.

 

I would never normally dream of even acknowledging a customer in conversation beyond the front door of the place I worked.

 

 

So when I was walking to the local shops in my civvies, and was greeted by a (very green) previous visitor who asked "Hey, don't you remember me?", I glared at him and said to him "I don't 'remember' guys unless they have called or emailed me in advance, please don't speak to me on the street." He then tried to tell me he had lost my details, and tried get my phone number there and then, in front of my local shop. So I said "If you are that interested, go back to where you found it originally, and do NOT approach me on the street again!"

 

Worse, the little toe-rag had bumped me with at least one duff £20 note which found me embarrassed in a Certain Store for Posh Ladies, so I continued (just so he knew that I knew EXACTLY who he was) " ... and don't ever think you can pass dodgy money on to me and get away with it. EVER!"

 

And then I stalked off, self-righteously.

(I'm hoping he finds my email or phone number and attempts a return visit, so that my Security can walk him firmly to the cashpoint in person, LOL)

 

Having said that, I bumped into an old Giggles customer several weeks ago in Tesco's, I recognised his voice and turned around to see him standing right behind me with a friend in tow. Fortunately we had another interest in common (motorbikes) so I allowed him to drive the conversation in that direction, but swiftly disengaged myself so as to avoid him having to get into too much difficulty.

Ah did I hear mention of Giggles. What happy memories that brings back. :D  :D

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In London it's a regular occurance but discretionn is the key word here.

I'm happy to chat to anyone for any length of time but only if the lady is equally comfortable in doing so...

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I have told this story before, but once met a lady in a newsagents, about 10 minutes after leaving her place, and she greeted me like a long lost friend. Fortunately I was alone, but I would never visit her again!

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This terrifies me. If I'm alone and he doesn't bring up why we know eachother it wouldn't bother me at all. It's just that outside of work I'm a complete scrubber. If I'm hungry I will just go to town in the quickest to put on clothes. When I want food I want it now :P

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I had someone shout very loudly and in a very high pitched voice "coooeeee cloooeeeeee" across WHSmiths once, I dashed out of the shop but he had gathered speed and almost caught me up so I turned around and said "dont EVER talk to me public" well, rather hissed it at him actually. I couldnt believe it, every single person in the shop was staring as he is so huge and was so loud and he almost bowled a couple of them over in his charge towards me. I then went brunette a couple of weeks later. I have seen other clients out and about, we have at best given each other a tiny wink when literally almost face to face walking past but never a word or acknowledgment other than that and even then only if they have winked at me first 

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I cannot image for one second somebody shouting "I need a Hero" in any public area (I hope) lol

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I cannot image for one second somebody shouting "I need a Hero" in any public area (I hope) lol

Didn't Bonnie Tyler sing exactly that, several years ago!

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Didn't Bonnie Tyler sing exactly that, several years ago!

You are indeed correct, but i did not shag her lol :-P

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You are indeed correct, but i did not shag her lol :-P

We only have your word on this :)

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You are indeed correct, but i did not shag her lol :-P

That's not what she tells me! ;)

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Sarah / Paul...stop it!!!

I'm actually PMSL!!! Watersports anyone? Haha

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Sarah / Paul...stop it!!!

I'm actually PMSL!!! Watersports anyone? Haha

Yes, but you will feel short changed as I can only guarantee 10% of it will be wee wee :)

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I once was finished shopping in my local Sainsbury, and then just gone to the Costumer service counter, to pay for newspaper. (forgot to grab it with the rest of the shopping). Some guy came after to the counter and stared at me. I felt quite uncomfortable. Usually people just give a short glance, but not full blown stare.

I only remembered that he was slim and short, and had a massive ring with a lots of keys on it in his hand, They were almost weighted him down, lol Most be about two dozens keys there. More then a prison janitor!

 

When I comeback, I've seen an email from AW:" Was it you at around 6pm in Sainsbury today?" I was dressed down, no make up..I just wish this world was much smaller. 

I also was recognised when I was in the pub in my town, (about 3 years ago) and I am only going to the pubs locally once in 2 or so years. He never approached me there, but still constantly sending me texts that he want to see me for half an hour, lol. I never replied to him.

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As said previously, in London its a common occurrance bumping into ladies...they are normal people afterall (doing normal things) when not at work...

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