Rajan Jandoo

Writing a review

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I've read various reviews, some are better than others in their description, with some just one liners.

I wonder, what makes a good review and what should I include?

I personally like to keep it detailed i.e. explain what I liked about the service and what exactly was included (I like the Captain 69 approach where they ask questions like kissing, OWO, etc). rather than simple, one sentence reviews, or reviews where person says "I'm not going into too much detail..."

Interested to know your views. TIA

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I think that one line reviews are a waste of time in that they tell you little or nothing but, equally, I'm not into detailed blow by blow accounts of what [allegedly] happened during the meeting.

To me, a good review should, as a minimum, include basic issues such as:

  • price paid and time spent (including, for outcalls, did she arrive on time)
  • the accuracy (or otherwise) of the girl's pictures
  • the services provided - ie does the girl provide the advertised services and, if not, what was missing
  • location of the premises including:
    • availability of parking or accessibility by public transport
    • cleanliness
    • safety

 

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I have to agree with the above. As an escort I appreciate it if a client writes a review but I do feel too much detail a bit cringey, I think just a list of services or a simple she gave me a great blowjob is fine- no need for details of slobbering! 

I also think other men do like practicalities such as the venue being nice and clean or that I turned up on time and was efficient at communicating and so on. Dull, but it's meant to be informative not wank fodder!

I also hate the ones that are totally OTT and made up. A particular American site is especially bad at this- 'I fucked her from behind and she came three times' type thing! That just doesn't happen with me and I don't really want men thinking I am capable of multiple orgasms! 

It's also a pain when a client mentions an act or a service I don't usually do or advertise- I might do something because it felt right in the moment, again I don't want others thinking they can get this!  So just be a bit careful, or a really nice thing to do is send it to the woman in question first for her to approve! Unless it's a bad one, obviously you won't want to do that!

 

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I used to write quite a few reviews. I found it harder and harder to make new ones say anything different. I find the aw field report system irksome because of its minimum word requirement - that just causes waffle.

Personally I would welcome more tick boxes to cover the important points like pix accurate.

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2 hours ago, Coventrypunter said:

 I used to write quite a few reviews. I found it harder and harder to make new ones say anything different. I find the aw field report system irksome because of its minimum word requirement - that just causes waffle.

Personally I would welcome more tick boxes to cover the important points like pix accurate.

So presumably Cov  you write reviews on Punternet instead?

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1 hour ago, Moonraker said:

So presumably Cov  you write reviews on Punternet instead?

i do both. some girls appreciate an AW review. dont do an aw and a pn review for the same meet.

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The facts...

 

Yep, we all have an artistic licence but if I wished to read a Mills & Boon book I'd happily go to the library....

 

No issue with wit and humour being added though...

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On 24 July 2016 at 1:46 PM, Hero said:

The facts...

 

Yep, we all have an artistic licence but if I wished to read a Mills & Boon book I'd happily go to the library....

 

No issue with wit and humour being added though...

God yes and praise the lord! I can't stand all that bollocks! I actually find it disturbing! 

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No arguing with any of the above, but I find myself more persuaded if the writer has managed to convey a sense of his own personality in the review. Adds to the authenticity.

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