ITSMEJACK

Am I the only idiot?

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Hey,

I am starting to get a feeling that am the only idiot out there in the world that spends nearly £50-£100 on just gifts. These are the list of gift items that I always buy before meeting a WG:

Flower bouquets, Dark Chocolates, Jane Norman tops, some mini skirts, stuffed toy, some home decorator gifts, perfume & sometimes a handbag.

You can imagine the reaction of the girl when she is gifted all these. The reason why I started this thread is a girl I met from Bunnies last year is now with a different agency and all new pictures. The dress she's wearing in those pics is the one that I gifted her !

Jack

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I do hope you are not a sensitive soul!

*Gets out popcorn and deckchair*

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I think I'll join you. I guess if it makes him happy, that's what he is paying for, a little bit of happiness.

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Hey,

I am starting to get a feeling that am the only idiot out there in the world that spends nearly £50-£100 on just gifts. These are the list of gift items that I always buy before meeting a WG:

Flower bouquets, Dark Chocolates, Jane Norman tops, some mini skirts, stuffed toy, some home decorator gifts, perfume & sometimes a handbag.

You can imagine the reaction of the girl when she is gifted all these. The reason why I started this thread is a girl I met from Bunnies last year is now with a different agency and all new pictures. The dress she's wearing in those pics is the one that I gifted her !

Jack

I very rarely bring gifts and certainly wouldnt at every punt, but its your money.

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Hey,

I am starting to get a feeling that am the only idiot out there in the world that spends nearly £50-£100 on just gifts. These are the list of gift items that I always buy before meeting a WG:

Flower bouquets, Dark Chocolates, Jane Norman tops, some mini skirts, stuffed toy, some home decorator gifts, perfume & sometimes a handbag.

You can imagine the reaction of the girl when she is gifted all these. The reason why I started this thread is a girl I met from Bunnies last year is now with a different agency and all new pictures. The dress she's wearing in those pics is the one that I gifted her !

Jack

You remembered the cuddly toy but seem to have forgotten the Fondue Set and Canteen of Cutlery. :confused:

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Hey,

I am starting to get a feeling that am the only idiot out there in the world that spends nearly £50-£100 on just gifts. These are the list of gift items that I always buy before meeting a WG:

Flower bouquets, Dark Chocolates, Jane Norman tops, some mini skirts, stuffed toy, some home decorator gifts, perfume & sometimes a handbag.

You can imagine the reaction of the girl when she is gifted all these. The reason why I started this thread is a girl I met from Bunnies last year is now with a different agency and all new pictures. The dress she's wearing in those pics is the one that I gifted her !

Jack

No Jack you are not the only over generous man here.

A nice bunch of flowers, or a box of chocolates is more than enough to fulfil any gift obligations you may think you have.

Be delightfully unique with your small inexpensive gifts.

Personally I like garden plants. I like climbing roses. In a pot. Alive. Red. For my garden. Not bland yellow white or orange. Red.

Remember Jack, Money can't buy you love. A inexpensive token gift should bring a smile to a good escorts lips!

Disclaimer:

property, cars, diamonds, gold, antiques, and other valuables will be accepted in place of any flower, plantpot, bag of manure or chocolate covered confectionary.

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some home decorator gifts

Such as?  ‏  ‏  ‏  

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A inexpensive token gift should bring a smile to a good escorts lips!

So it must be a worthwhile exercise, then. :confused::):confused:

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I sent my regular girl a bottle of her favourite rum, a birthday and xmas card. She is the first I've ever bought anything for. It's never really crossed my mind before.

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At last weeks appointment with my regular I gave her Swarovski jewelry, which she really loved.

Next week it's Chanel perfume and lingerie which she will wear for me during our appointment.

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These are the list of gift items that I always buy before meeting a WG:

Flower bouquets, Dark Chocolates, Jane Norman tops, some mini skirts, stuffed toy, some home decorator gifts, perfume & sometimes a handbag.

Their local charity shops must be well pleased.

Since most respondents are likely to confirm you own suspicions as to the state of your mental equilibrium, I'll play nice and offer some serious advice. You may strike lucky with the odd item, but it's hard enough buying the right thing for a woman whose taste you think you know well. Stick to flowers, chocolates or wine if you must, perfume only when you know what she likes. And a small gift carefully chosen goes down better than a bombardment of unwanted junk.

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Such as?  ‏  ‏  ‏  

Scaffolding?

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I've occasionally given a girl a small unsolicited gift beforehand and maybe I thought it was just a 'nice' thing to do. It can have its upside - one girl who I gave some perfume to praised the nice wrapping paper/bag the gift was in and promptly let me fist her for free :confused:

Another girl who I've seen a few times has really appreciated a small bottle of massage oil which we've used together.

I don't think gifts are necessary unless it's a regular in which case I think it can add a little to the overall ambience. But don't go overboard - I know one girl who told me that a punter offered to buy her a new car when hers had broken down!:confused:

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You may strike lucky with the odd item, but it's hard enough buying the right thing for a woman whose taste you think you know well. Stick to flowers, chocolates or wine if you must, perfume only when you know what she likes. And a small gift carefully chosen goes down better than a bombardment of unwanted junk.

You're right, but I believe am quite good at shopping stuffs for women better than for myself, be it clothes or toys. (Perfumes are always tricky, so I stay away from it). As I mentioned before, the girl in her photoshoot was wearing the dress that I gifted her..(Ida from ATOC)

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ItsMeJack

Please tell us you're joking.

But anyway here's my stance. Its a professional service. The punters obligation is to be courteous, clean, to stay within the agreed terms of service, and to pay the agreed fee. The service providers role is to provide the service with skill. I regard it as employing any professional (but to be fair most of the ladies I see are much more useful than the solicitors). I don't give gifts to my accountant, builder, etc... and I don't to escorts.

No doubt some other guys will say a small gift is not completely "daft" because it can "break the ice" and lead to a better session. Personally I doubt that it works as well as just being pleasant, relaxed, and respecting the agreed "boundaries".

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I don't see what the problem is. If it adds to the excitement/interest of the punter, and makes him happy (and adds to the girlfriend experience/illusion), I don't see any harm in it.

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I don't see what the problem is. If it adds to the excitement/interest of the punter, and makes him happy (and adds to the girlfriend experience/illusion), I don't see any harm in it.

You may be right, however if one was up to ones armpits in bags of sand and cement and a few ton of hardcore, then one might think again.

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ItsMeJack

No doubt some other guys will say a small gift is not completely "daft" because it can "break the ice" and lead to a better session. Personally I doubt that it works as well as just being pleasant, relaxed, and respecting the agreed "boundaries".

I have to fully agree with that. In except few cases, the gifts don't make the session any better. In fact there was a Spanish girl I met the other day who was so pretty that I gifted her worth her hourly rate, but that happened to be one of my worst punts.:confused: But still there are few good souls (one out of five) who get so pleased that they go on making the session absolutely memorable and also extending the time for free, which is usually impossible if booked through an agency.

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You may be right, however if one was up to ones armpits in bags of sand and cement and a few ton of hardcore, then one might think again.

LOL!!! This is true!! Although if a prospective "real" boyfriend gave me anything like that, he'd feel my boot up his bum!! :confused:

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Am I the only one who fails to see the point of this thread? So what is wrong with a lady wearing an outfit you 'gifted'? Surely that is the whole point of receiving a gift to make use of it? I really don't understand why that seems to be bugging you. Gifts are gifts, a voluntary gesture. Mmmh, I would be very wary of any person that proclaimed that he knew what to shop for women unless he is a fashion stylist. I get the feeling some would get what buys into their fantasy of what an escort would wear... And call me a snob but a Jane Norman dress!!!???? When I imagine a dress from that high-street chain I can almost hear the static crackle of the polyester... I like gifts - who doesn't but I adore those gifts that make you genuinely smile because they are a token of some rapport you developed with that client. That could be books or CDs that interest me and shows that the gent 'gets me'

I would hate to answer your question too honestly but the affirmative response would not be because of buying gifts but your subsequent attitude about it.

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And call me a snob but a Jane Norman dress!!!????

I don't even know who Jane Norman is, let alone what her "tops" are like, but where do you stand on the somewhat controversial subject of "own brand" versus "proprietary brand" DIY power tools?

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*sits back prepared to read a load of old bosch*

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I don't even know who Jane Norman is, let alone what her "tops" are like, but where do you stand on the somewhat controversial subject of "own brand" versus "proprietary brand" DIY power tools?

I believe she's a very good friend of Miss Selfridge, but no relation whatsoever to the renowned film critic.

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