NIK

DATY is also allowed

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I should think it is!

http://www.punternet.com/frs/fr_view.php?recnum=95230

'DATY is also allowed -- which is one of a number of things I like about her. The experience is not quite the same as a typical WG. I felt the tender and innocent side of her when I did it'

Some of this reads like he's not been with an escort before.

Surely DATY (hate that expression!) is standard service with a decent escort?

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I should think it is!

http://www.punternet.com/frs/fr_view.php?recnum=95230

'DATY is also allowed -- which is one of a number of things I like about her. The experience is not quite the same as a typical WG. I felt the tender and innocent side of her when I did it'

Some of this reads like he's not been with an escort before.

Surely DATY (hate that expression!) is standard service with a decent escort?

Why only with a "decent escort":confused:

Most parlour girls will accept reverse oral ------- although the cheaper parlours may regard that as an "extra".

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I should think it is!

http://www.punternet.com/frs/fr_view.php?recnum=95230

'DATY is also allowed -- which is one of a number of things I like about her. The experience is not quite the same as a typical WG. I felt the tender and innocent side of her when I did it'

Some of this reads like he's not been with an escort before.

Surely DATY (hate that expression!) is standard service with a decent escort?

I can't believe I'm asking this, what is DATY? I thought I knew them all!

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Why only with a "decent escort":confused:

Most parlour girls will accept reverse oral ------- although the cheaper parlours may regard that as an "extra".

Totally agree, Jim, although it's more common with escorts to the extent that it ought to be standard and certainly included in the price, whereas as you say with some parlours it's extra.

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I can't believe I'm asking this, what is DATY? I thought I knew them all!

It's a stupid American expression which I think means Dining at the Y.

I only found out the meaning myself a few years ago.

Why they can't just say I gave her oral I don't know.

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It's a stupid American expression which I think means Dining at the Y.

I only found out the meaning myself a few years ago.

Why they can't just say I gave her oral I don't know.

Whatever is happening to the English language?

It's like when it's a football match and they say it's Manchester City 'V' Manchester United, why not use the word versus, is time that essential?

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So NIK, given that she meets your age (young) and geographical (Sheffield) requirements, and Sheffield is by your own admissions a bit of punting desert, will you be popping along to dine at the Y of Miss Lucy anytime soon?

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a 22 year old size 12 can ask for £120 in sheffield ?

i guess that is devolution for you.

"she is not a clock watcher" - another irritating expression, a wg without a clock, or sense of time, is like a taxi driver without a meter.

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a 22 year old size 12 can ask for £120 in sheffield ?

i guess that is devolution for you.

"she is not a clock watcher" - another irritating expression, a wg without a clock, or sense of time, is like a taxi driver without a meter.

I would take it as a compliment, I do have a clock in the lounge and in the bedroom but I don't tend to say 'There you go, your hour's up, Byeee'.

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It's a stupid American expression which I think means Dining at the Y.

I only found out the meaning myself a few years ago.

Why they can't just say I gave her oral I don't know.

Was just about to ask what it was too and I have been working for 10 years on and off :rolleyes:

I don't really like all these letters and terms for things we do though I think it just makes it all sound mechanical :confused:

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a 22 year old size 12 can ask for £120 in sheffield ?

i guess that is devolution for you.

"she is not a clock watcher" - another irritating expression, a wg without a clock, or sense of time, is like a taxi driver without a meter.

:confused:

I while not in Sheffield charge £120 for an hour and am a size 12 :rolleyes:

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I've just noticed in the FR that he has the appointment down as 60 minutes for £75, so definitely not a clock watcher.

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Whatever is happening to the English language?

It's like when it's a football match and they say it's Manchester City 'V' Manchester United, why not use the word versus, is time that essential?

What are you on, Mike?? Abbreviations are quite natural. You don't type out 'et cetera' when you get bored writing out a long list, do you? You put 'etc'. Well, it's the same with 'versus' and 'v' :confused:

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What are you on, Mike?? Abbreviations are quite natural. You don't type out 'et cetera' when you get bored writing out a long list, do you? You put 'etc'. Well, it's the same with 'versus' and 'v' :confused:

It's during speech that it annoys me, not so much with the written word.

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I've just noticed in the FR that he has the appointment down as 60 minutes for £75, so definitely not a clock watcher.

Yes, I noticed that too. It's supposed to be £120. All rather confusing.

The confusion over the price and the fact that reverse oral comes over almost as a privileged extra actually served to rather put me off.

Afraid I haven't bothered with a punt today after all.

Just can't be arsed these days to risk my hard earned!

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I would take it as a compliment, I do have a clock in the lounge and in the bedroom but I don't tend to say 'There you go, your hour's up, Byeee'.

You might not say it ...,but the eyes fixed on the clock ,would say it loud and clear .

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You might not say it ...,but the eyes fixed on the clock ,would say it loud and clear .

I can assure you from experience, Joanna is definitely not a clock watcher, very much the opposite.

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I can assure you from experience, Joanna is definitely not a clock watcher, very much the opposite.

Thanks Mike, it is true though, I definetly don't clockwatch.

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Thanks Mike, it is true though, I definetly don't clockwatch.

Believe it or not ,i clockwatch to make sure ,i cum within my time slot .

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This field report confuses me as on the day time the meeting claims to have took place I didn't see anyone. It also wasn't left till the 5th Jan, the price is wrong, there is a visible clock in the room - i just don't stare at it for the whole hour and I've also never not offered daty or made it out to be some sort of 'extra'. Very odd report, no idea who left it.

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This field report confuses me as on the day time the meeting claims to have took place I didn't see anyone. It also wasn't left till the 5th Jan, the price is wrong, there is a visible clock in the room - i just don't stare at it for the whole hour and I've also never not offered daty or made it out to be some sort of 'extra'. Very odd report, no idea who left it.

Don't worry about it Lucy

NIK just found a Sheffield girl who he could have a go at. Even if he did try to do it in a sly way.

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"Dinner at the Y" is a simply awful expression and you really do not have to strain the old cortex to realise it is A Merkin.

Reverse Oral is much easier to say and use but "going down" works just as well.

I agree with the others who just think this is "normal" and if it is NOT "allowed" then it needs to be made clear. I have refused punts on the absence of this alone.

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"Dinner at the Y" is a simply awful expression and you really do not have to strain the old cortex to realise it is A Merkin.

Reverse Oral is much easier to say and use but "going down" works just as well.

I agree with the others who just think this is "normal" and if it is NOT "allowed" then it needs to be made clear. I have refused punts on the absence of this alone.

I prefer to call it mmm.

That stands for moist minge munching.

Mmm.

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