oldjack

When A W.g Says Something Which Puts You Off.

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Being an old guy (but an honest one) I ALWAYS tell the girl I am arranging to meet that I am an old guy (I don't want her to have a heart attack when she first sets eyes on me :D ). A year or so ago I saw a very attractive girl (having already told her that I was an old guy). She invites me in, sorts out the finances and then asks me how old I am. I tell her my age when she says "that's a coincidence, you are the same age as my Dad". I'm afraid that put me off quite a bit. I wonder what effect such a remark would have on you other guys??.

On a similar topic I find that most W.G.'s aren't too bothered by the fact that I am at least twice (or more) their age. However I do find that when it comes to something like OWO they do sometimes invoke the "at my discretion" clause in their profile and insist on OW. By that time of course the cash has been handed over and there is not a lot you can do about it. I must emphasize however, that this has never happened with any of the Ladies on this Forum with whom I have had the pleasure of meeting. It usually occurs with the W.G's from Eastern Europe who are on A.W. Would be glad to learn the views and experiences of you guys (I suspect however that most of you are a lot younger than me & therefore don't have the same problem).

Thanks, Jack.

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I'm not a male but I'm replying anyway ha!

I see where you're coming from with the older than my dad comment a punter said to me once that I am the same age as his daughter and I might have seen her around college! Total buzz kill.

I don't think it's right for a WG to reduce her services due to your age or if she is going to she should've mentioned that before handing over cash.

I have no problem with men double my age or older infact I prefer them and would never reduce my services due to someone's age. X

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Seriously, age, race, size, whatsoever, doesn't matter, as long as both punter and WG are happy with the booking. Fun is the key !

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One day it will be, your as old as my granddad, mind you with the chavs, you could still be under pension age.

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Could have been worse.Could have been,look just like my dad :)
 

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If memory serves I'm quite a bit younger than you but have still had a couple of 'incidents' :)

I gave a wg a lift from the hotel we'd met at and she told me I was a better driver than her dad - It was a bit late to put me off as it was after the event but it did make me stop and think!

On the OW comment - my next punt after that was with an early 20's wg who refused to give me owo and generally gave the impression she didn't want to be there. So much so we called it quits as I felt really uncomfortable being with her. That was only my 3rd punt and very nearly put me off completely!

I already had a booking arranged with another girl of a similar age and was about to cancel but sent her an email to tell her how old I was (I was 50 at the time) and if she was in any way uncomfortable I'd cancel. Her reply was so nice it convinced me to go ahead, in fact it kicked off a series of messages that led me to believe we'd get along just fine. So it proved as she turned out to be one of the nicest, friendliest and most stunning looking girls I've had the pleasure of meeting. We met several times after and still keep in touch occasionally even now she's not longer escorting.

From that point onwards I've always mentioned how old I am to any wg under the age of 30, and thankfully had no problems or 'dad' references since!

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'Don't make too much noise, my daughter is asleep'. Great. Quick exit.

 

FAQ: Will you partner be there? Yes, but he knows what I do and doesn't mind. Er, I won't be booking you then.

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FAQ: Will you partner be there? Yes, but he knows what I do and doesn't mind. Er, I won't be booking you then.

I see, so using a complete stranger for your sexual gratification is fine, but her having a life, or wanting to work safely, is not?

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I agree, there is no need to be that blunt and say 'you are as old as my father'.  Better not ask the age question at all, finding your age is not like it increased her IQ.  And yes, indeed foreign girls who just moved here are mainly blunt because the nuances of English language would escape them.  Higher educated they will be, faster they would learn......... unless they are extremely 'receptive'.

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"I've got another customer coming in 15 minutes." This was 20 minutes before the hour was up. Not so much nowadays but Thai girls used to get times mixed up - they couldn't tell the time in English, to be truthful. But for some reason they'd nearly always err on the generous time (for them, not me). This was in the 'old' days, when I think most of them had had a rudimentary education. The younger ones now have been taught western 'times' in school.

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I had a young lady come over to mine two weeks ago i booked her on AW and i asked if she lived with friends and she said she had moved in with her boyfriend i was a bit worried and i asked her and she said oh the other guys who booked her said the same thing or something similar.She said her boyfriend didnt mind her doing this she is a nice girl but i wouldnt book her again.

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I had a young lady come over to mine two weeks ago i booked her on AW and i asked if she lived with friends and she said she had moved in with her boyfriend i was a bit worried and i asked her and she said oh the other guys who booked her said the same thing or something similar.She said her boyfriend didnt mind her doing this she is a nice girl but i wouldnt book her again.

Much better if they say, "I've got a boyfriend but he's gay/impotent/not interested in sex/very old. It's a platonic relationship. Can anyone suggest anything else they ought to say - I don't mind even if it's not true. How about, for starters, "I'm very horny. I haven't come for a week."

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I'm in my 40's however people say I look 30's Liars hey!  Anyway I saw a girl last week she was about 20 so I guess I could have been her dad but that didn't put me off. It was her lack of experience that did it for me.  I don't think the owo is anything to do with age more safety I'd say.  A clean 70 year old willy is going to be nicer than a smelly 20 year old one! :) 

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I think that sometimes the compliment in the head comes out of the mouth a lot worse. A young girl in a student bar ( don't ask) turned to me and said she thought it was great how old people still managed to get out and have fun.

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I remember a girl telling me on two different occasions that the previous customer had been massive, I saw the funny side.

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I think that sometimes the compliment in the head comes out of the mouth a lot worse. A young girl in a student bar ( don't ask) turned to me and said she thought it was great how old people still managed to get out and have fun.

 

"Fun" - something that is only genuinely experienced after the age of fifty.

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Generally WGs express surprise at my age, thinking I'm much younger. I guess they're just saying that, but it makes me feel good. Otherwise the most off putting thing they can say is, "I love you". Eek!

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A guy in his late '60s wanted to meet me for a date.  I looked at his pictures and thought 'hmm, he does not look in his '50s' as he claimed to be. I later learned that indeed my thinking was correct and that he was living between his house abroad and his council flat in London as several years ago he got away with stealing millions in one international deal.

 

People with 'hard' faces are very rarely sweet natured.

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A guy in his late '60s wanted to meet me for a date.  I looked at his pictures and thought 'hmm, he does not look in his '50s' as he claimed to be. I later learned that indeed my thinking was correct and that he was living between his house abroad and his council flat in London as several years ago he got away with stealing millions in one international deal.

 

People with 'hard' faces are very rarely sweet natured.

 

we are always told not to judge people on looks but odly enough a teacher friend of mine always said that she could look round her class of new starters on the first day and immediatley pick out the 3 or 4 who would be troublesome - and she was generally right !!

How does that work ?

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I used to teach in a very small community where everyone knew each other and we knew what to expect, so people were not stigmatised for judging by the looks.  

 

Yet, indeed in such a multicultural environment like London, you cannot apply the same rule: we are all different and prefer to give others the benefit of the doubt.  Subconsciously we never forget though our previous experiences when people let us down despite giving them so many chances to prove us wrong.  Which is a pity as people have so more options here than in a small community, yet some bad people never learn to change.

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I used to teach in a very small community where everyone knew each other and we knew what to expect, so people were not stigmatised for judging by the looks.  

 

Yet, indeed in such a multicultural environment like London, you cannot apply the same rule: we are all different and prefer to give others the benefit of the doubt.  Subconsciously we never forget though our previous experiences when people let us down despite giving them so many chances to prove us wrong.  Which is a pity as people have so more options here than in a small community, yet some bad people never learn to change.

Can you think of things a punter has said which has put you off or is this suggestion off-topic. i don't want to be 'moderated'

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When a wg said something to me that I found hurtful, I sulked for weeks, gave up punting and moped. I found this a very mature and sensible course of action.

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we are always told not to judge people on looks but odly enough a teacher friend of mine always said that she could look round her class of new starters on the first day and immediatley pick out the 3 or 4 who would be troublesome - and she was generally right !!

How does that work ?

 

We all have this capacity to a greater or lesser extent. Our natures are written in our faces and in every gesture.

There's a famous story about the psychoanalyst Jung who was in a session with a new patient. To demonstrate a point to his patient, he gave an imaginary example of a person in a particular difficult situation, how he had failed to resolve it and how that had affected him. The patient became very agitated, and it emerged that Jung had been describing exactly the situation he was in. The evidence was all there in the man's bearing and Jung had sub-consciously picked it up. Her was an unusually gifted man, obviously, but I suspect we all have the ability to some extent. OIherwise, how would we have survived? The teacher you mentioned is a case in point: it's a jungle out there, and she needs to be on the alert all the time.

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"Is it in?". ..that's a bit off-putting .

So is "do you think you are hard enough?"

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