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What To Wear When Going To A Punt

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1/ What do you guys wear when going to a lady's apartment for a punt?

 

Do advise wearing a hat or something.

 

2/ If you come across a neighbour in the close, should you make eye contact and smile, or look down and keep walking?

 

Basically, best way to avoid attention?

 

Sorry if this is a silly quesion! lol! Just, I'd been thinking about it.

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Yes hats are cool for punting, but not a Fez or your Cap from Big school. 

 

you could avoid WG's who work in a close, but failing that just make eye contact, smile and say Hello, I'm a Jehovah witness, lift your hat and whistle Jesus want's me as a sunbeam.

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1) I think it depends on what type of lady/establishment you're going to see. If it's a high paid escort with an agency I'd tend to dress for the occasion. Definitely shave, shirt, clean jeans or chinos, aftershave and tidy hair.

 

If it's a parlour, or indie, really depends on what she's like. If she's a rock chick for e.g, i'm sure she wouldn't mind you arriving unshaven with ripped skinny jeans and a Paramore T-Shirt. :)

 

I think main thing is cleanliness and friendliness as you won't have your clothes on for much longer anyway. Ask the lady if she prefers beards, or clean shaven (upstairs and or downstairs) ;)

 

2) I really don't care who i meet in the vicinity of a WG's place, you could be anyone. The more you hide, the more conspicuous you look, i think. Either that or a dirty rain mac, just to be bona fide punter!

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Two part question: -

 

1/ What do you guys wear when going to a lady's apartment for a punt?

 

Do advise wearing a hat or something.

 

2/ If you come across a neighbour in the close, should you make eye contact and smile, or look down and keep walking?

 

Basically, best way to avoid attention?

 

Sorry if this is a silly quesion! lol! Just, I'd been thinking about it.

 

Just be normal - you are going to see a friend, thats all. 

 

I once had a client arrive wearing a Mac and sun glasses. He crept along the fence in the car park as not to be spotted.. Stood out a mile! 

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Confidence is the thing. If you creep around like you are trying not to be seen, it merely looks odd. Hide in plain view. Walk like you go there every day.

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normality rings a bell, maybe keep your head down and don't try to pretend you are on a film set and the camera's are rolling

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Clean underpants are a must, no rummaging on the bedroom floor for a pair that pass the sniff test.

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I like to say "come as you are", as long as you're clean, polite and respectful. Gents usually have requests and expectations concerning my outfits, I'm happy with this but don't expect them to wear a tuxedo when we meet :lol:

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Two part question: -

 

1/ What do you guys wear when going to a lady's apartment for a punt?

 

Do advise wearing a hat or something.

 

2/ If you come across a neighbour in the close, should you make eye contact and smile, or look down and keep walking?

 

Basically, best way to avoid attention?

 

Sorry if this is a silly quesion! lol! Just, I'd been thinking about it.

 

This reminds me of the time I moved to a new building with 'good' security and a friend came to visit me.  I told him: wear a hat, do not look at the security cameras, take the stairs instead as there is no CCTV there.  He came dressed like Sherlock Holmes with his hunting hat on.  I could not stop laughing.

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Not sure why you would wear a hat. If you normally wear one that is fine.  Just be yourself.  You are no committing a crime.  You don't need to speak to a neighbour.  If they give you a glaring look just smile and keep walking.   None of their business really is it.

 

Dress just be sensible smart or smart casual.  Common sense approach don't turn up scruffy, unshaved for weeks, drunk or under the influence of drugs, clean or if you need a shower I expect your choice of lady will have bathing facilities.   

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Be clean and tidy.  Be yourself, and the most important thing is NEVER to do anything to compromise the girl you are going to visit. 

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A working friend told me she once had a client that turned up dressed as a woman! :wacko:

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I'm waiting to here about the first to arrive wearing a mankini...come on guys (chicken) LOL!!!!!

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A "Onesie" always floats my boat - not!

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I knew a Thai girl once who asked a punter what he was doing after. This is a normal question, by the way, for them. It doesn't mean they want to come with you. He told her he was going to work, where he worked and what he did. She didn't really have a clue but when she told me i realised exactly who he was because he's quite well known. Incredible! In my early days when papers had adverts for parlours, I turned up at an address and was greeted by an elderly couple. I made up a man's name and said, "Does he still live here." They asked me in and started looking in the phone book for me. I've turned up in running gear (I used to tell my ex I was going for a very long run), work clothes (high viz jacket and orange over-trousers) as well as normal, casual clothes. None of the girls I've been to see have ever batted an eyelid. As for looking furtive, don't bother. The local residents either know what's going on or they don't. it doesn't matter. But my mate's better half has an app which tells her where he is. "What were you doing in Soho?" she once asked him. At Princes Court Queensway, the security man asked me if I'd enjoyed myself. It's all part of the experience.

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I am tempted to wear a tuxedo, just once

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Wear whatever makes you most likely to behave like a relatively normal member of the human race.

 

i will still spot you though so don't worry about it.

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I've turned up in a Track Suit before. My Alibi being that I am off to the Gym.

 

I don't think it really matters as long as you are clean and can blend in ?

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Clean underpants are a must, no rummaging on the bedroom floor for a pair that pass the sniff test.

Or skid marks !

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A shirt and clean underwear are always nice.

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A gimp suit would be interesting. If only to see the neighbours faces.

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Back in the day I had a friend who worked for a well known "secret" intellingence service (Croydon Parks Service). Part of his training included using his raincoat slung over his left shoulder to signal his identity when meeting a stranger.

 

It came to pass that on the day he first used this methodology he was the only person, standing in the pouring rain,  with his raincoat unused.

 

"All you gotta do is act naturally".

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