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Parlour closed because of snow.

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In the area where I punt, one of the larger parlours has had to close because of the snow!, this is an area where there are a few other parlours and they are still open.

I know the weather has taken its toll around here, but for a five lady parlour to close, makes me wonder why a few of the ladies could not be available, surely this would be better than to cancel all bookings for the day.

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Their kids' schools are closed by the snow? After all the health and safety of the children is paramount, and there is potential danger on the way to school (not to mention that the teachers can't be bothered to fight through, or if they did, and were injured, they'd sue the council)?

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In the area where I punt, one of the larger parlours has had to close because of the snow!, this is an area where there are a few other parlours and they are still open.

I know the weather has taken its toll around here, but for a five lady parlour to close, makes me wonder why a few of the ladies could not be available, surely this would be better than to cancel all bookings for the day.

That depends where you are and how bad it is surely?

I have postponed my client for today quite simply because the snow is very deep and has not let up for days. He was travelling a long way and I think it silly to make unnecessary journeys.

I also received a call from a friend this morning who was unable to get to work as the M6 was closed. She did a detour and went home.

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I'm 'closed' because I can't be bothered. No really. I was available over the festive period and still put on a warm welcome despite many guys having to cancel because of the weather, including one or two I'd waited in for who also put themselves in danger trying to get to me.

So this morning Ruth decided that since my advance booking was snowed in and I'm afraid I told a few local enquirees "No appointments today". Yes I probably did sound unreasonable since they were already in town but there are too many variables at play on top of the usual stuff. I remember last year someone who'd been wanting to see me for a long time told me a colleague had slid into his car at work so he had to go get it fixed etc. It was the last of a long line of enquiries/bookings/cancellations but I like to keep a clear mind on these matters - hence today stepping back and not getting ready, heating on full blast on the off chance etc a booking might happen.

There will be other days.

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I am not working because of the snow,:)

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I'm taking a break from visiting lovely ladies this week as i have to travel at least 50 miles each way to see one, and it's just not on in this weather.

Hope someone will be pleased to see me when the snow clears!!

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If 3 other parlours within the same half mile have got staff in, and the parlour is just off the main road which has traffic safely on the roads, and the parlour has over 25 ladies on their books, ( surely they dont all have children at school) its an excuse I find hard to accept.

I know the small type parlour, or escort who works alone, may need to change according to the snow, but surely a parlour which calls itself one of the big ones in the area, should be better equiped.

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I'm taking a break from visiting lovely ladies this week as i have to travel at least 50 miles each way to see one, and it's just not on in this weather.

Hope someone will be pleased to see me when the snow clears!!

Indeed, suppose you were caught out in it and had to call the AA. It would take a lot of explaining if you were somewhere miles from where you should be. My work gets much more difficult in the snow anyway as there are so many things I need to do as a result.

Also, I'd much rather a lady cancels and is safe at home than come out especially to see me and becomes stranded or worse as a result. There's always another day for fun. It's much better too if you have nothing else to think about while you enjoy yourself.

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Indeed, suppose you were caught out in it and had to call the AA. It would take a lot of explaining if you were somewhere miles from where you should be. My work gets much more difficult in the snow anyway as there are so many things I need to do as a result.

Also, I'd much rather a lady cancels and is safe at home than come out especially to see me and becomes stranded or worse as a result. There's always another day for fun. It's much better too if you have nothing else to think about while you enjoy yourself.

I Agree that safety is paramount to all of us, but you can not be serious to think it is closed in case someone has to call out the AA, its a business that needs to earn, and has employee's that need to be paid, with bookings that had to be cancelled.

I just think that a snowfall does not constitute a need for closure, and I also think the fact Manchester City calling off their match with United on wednesday shows no respect to the fans who bought tickets...

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In the area where I punt, one of the larger parlours has had to close because of the snow!, this is an area where there are a few other parlours and they are still open.

Did the parlour in question mention what kind of "snow" caused the closure? :)

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Did the parlour in question mention what kind of "snow" caused the closure? :)

I's no idea .... :)

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Did the parlour in question mention what kind of "snow" caused the closure? :)

I dont think the "snow" prevented the Rangers Celtic match to be cancelled, or the Edinburgh derby between Hearts and Hibs, or many parlours in Scotland closing for the day because they seen snow on the window.

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I just think that a snowfall does not constitute a need for closure,

It is a private business, not a public service, so it is entirely a matter for the owners when they chose to open and when not. It is equally a matter for customers or potential customers to judge for theselves whether they wish to continue to give their business to operations that they consider to act capriciously.

It's really not a big issue.

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It is a private business, not a public service, so it is entirely a matter for the owners when they chose to open and when not

It's really not a big issue.

And for their employee's who need the money, and the people who had made bookings for the day!....:)

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In the area where I punt, one of the larger parlours has had to close because of the snow!, this is an area where there are a few other parlours and they are still open.

I know the weather has taken its toll around here, but for a five lady parlour to close, makes me wonder why a few of the ladies could not be available, surely this would be better than to cancel all bookings for the day.

Did you have an appointment cancelled today at said parlour which is the cause of your dismay? Why not try one of the others? At least you appear to have a choice!!

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I Agree that safety is paramount to all of us, but you can not be serious to think it is closed in case someone has to call out the AA, its a business that needs to earn, and has employee's that need to be paid, with bookings that had to be cancelled.

I just think that a snowfall does not constitute a need for closure, and I also think the fact Manchester City calling off their match with United on wednesday shows no respect to the fans who bought tickets...

No, you misunderstand my point about the AA. I meant that if you were a client that was stuck out somewhere out of the ordinary it would be very hard to explain why to any significant other. I was just pointing out a risk. When I make a visit I try to ensure that there is nothing to think about other than the time with the lady. I have been advised by some that I intended to see that the roads were bad and it would be a risk coming out to see them, they were happy to see me but didn't want me to get into trouble. Very thoughtful of them, in the end my brain won out and I rescheduled.

Of course ladies need to work to make money, my concern is for their safety. This weather means I have lost business too. I'd never get annoyed if a girl cancelled if she thought it was risky to come out, her safety is more important than my libido being satisfied.

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In the area where I punt, one of the larger parlours has had to close because of the snow!, this is an area where there are a few other parlours and they are still open.

I know the weather has taken its toll around here, but for a five lady parlour to close, makes me wonder why a few of the ladies could not be available, surely this would be better than to cancel all bookings for the day.

Maybe due to the ladies in this five lady parlour coming from out of town mainly and the roads were awful in that area :rolleyes:

These things can't be helped and if like someone else says its preventing people putting their lives at risk :D

Its not been as bad where I am but I just ventured out before and the main road clearly hasn't been gritted since last night and its like a skating rink :eek:

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We had some very bad black ice in bmth just before new year, 1 parlour put

a notice on dorset sex to say they were closed due to bad weather,,

not snowing in bmth tonight but a few inches expected overnight.

I bet their are a few ladies on here who like to wake up to a good six inches,

( eh lou)

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And for their employee's who need the money, and the people who had made bookings for the day!....:rolleyes:

But they are not employees :D

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I am not surprised that they shut it down, with the way the weather is i would say that would show a concerned owner with regards to the safety and thought of the girls.

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Like Louisa said some girls infact most of mine come from out of town and have to get buses trains etc.. When it snows all the services are delayed and some ladies don't like to stand out in the freezing snow all morning waiting for public transport to turn up.

I struggled for staff last time it snowed and I could understand if people genuinely couldn't open due to no staff!

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Like Louisa said some girls infact most of mine come from out of town and have to get buses trains etc.. When it snows all the services are delayed and some ladies don't like to stand out in the freezing snow all morning waiting for public transport to turn up.

I struggled for staff last time it snowed and I could understand if people genuinely couldn't open due to no staff!

Oh dear!

Better not look out the window then Crystal!

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Like Louisa said some girls infact most of mine come from out of town and have to get buses trains etc.. When it snows all the services are delayed and some ladies don't like to stand out in the freezing snow all morning waiting for public transport to turn up.

I struggled for staff last time it snowed and I could understand if people genuinely couldn't open due to no staff!

Maybe there is a business oportunity there, running a staff bus/coach/limo picking up WG's and delivering them to all the establishments in MK & environs !

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I Agree that safety is paramount to all of us, but you can not be serious to think it is closed in case someone has to call out the AA, its a business that needs to earn, and has employee's that need to be paid, with bookings that had to be cancelled.

I just think that a snowfall does not constitute a need for closure, and I also think the fact Manchester City calling off their match with United on wednesday shows no respect to the fans who bought tickets...

If you are are so unhappy with this parlour hutting for the day I suggest you take your business to one of the other 3 in the vcinity you mention, it's surely their loss not yours. I presume that like most businesses they will have thought about loss of revenue and future business before deciding not to open. As for City cancelling their game against United, I'm sure there are lots of other excellent millionaires in Greater Manchester who will happily take your money to kick a ball about for several hours for your entertainment. I'm quite chuffed if they're not playing actually, it'll make shopping at Sort City Asda a lot easier thanks:D:D:D

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Shh Overworked I know... but nobody coming on public transport tomorrow so should be ok :rolleyes: Probably wont have any clients so thinking DVD day lol tell the girls to bring there PJ'S lol!!!

Maybe there is a business oportunity there, running a staff bus/coach/limo picking up WG's and delivering them to all the establishments in MK & environs !

Its so true I think that's a great idea! you could go from Luton to Bedford then Northampton leighton Buzzard and then Milton Keynes :D

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