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Yet another Towel topic.

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I was just thinking, what is the best colour towel to use in Parlours? What suits you best, does it have to match your eyes or hair colour, what about the cotton content, does this have any affect on your naughty bits or does the inclusion of man made fibres get the sparks flying in the bedroom? Should they be washed in Bio or Non-biological washing powders just in case of allergies or should a warning be posted that "these Towels may contain nuts"

Its been a worry of mine for ages now, just imagine booking an over-nighter and finding out the young lady insists on being wrapped up in a huge fluffy Louis Vuitton monogrammed masterpiece when all you got is something scratchy you nicked from a hotel in Blackpool 15 years ago.

Towels, Towels, Towels has there ever been a more important factor in punting?

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PMSL!!! ;)

Thank God there aren't any diligent mods about or this would go to off-topic in a heartbeat!!!

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PMSL!!! :D

Thank God there aren't any diligent mods about or this would go to off-topic in a heartbeat!!!

:D

Are you telling me that a thread about towels is going to get me on Pre-mod with added infractions? this is most annoying and must protest in the strongest terms (PM to follow) you are just like all the others, I bet you read the Telegraph?

This is a propper and honest punting post! ;)

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Lucky Sunni T has not seen this one or you would be in real trouble!!

I have heard she can take a firm line.

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I was just thinking, what is the best colour towel to use in Parlours? What suits you best, does it have to match your eyes or hair colour, what about the cotton content, does this have any affect on your naughty bits or does the inclusion of man made fibres get the sparks flying in the bedroom? Should they be washed in Bio or Non-biological washing powders just in case of allergies or should a warning be posted that "these Towels may contain nuts"

Its been a worry of mine for ages now, just imagine booking an over-nighter and finding out the young lady insists on being wrapped up in a huge fluffy Louis Vuitton monogrammed masterpiece when all you got is something scratchy you nicked from a hotel in Blackpool 15 years ago.

Towels, Towels, Towels has there ever been a more important factor in punting?

It not the towels that are important but what soap powder and conditioner is used.

Punters love a fluffy non-itching towel.

and of course the date helps.

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It not the towels that are important but what soap powder and conditioner is used.

Punters love a fluffy non-itching towel.

and of course the date helps.

Can't wait for midday, the posts should get back to normal after then ;)

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It not the towels that are important but what soap powder and conditioner is used.

Punters love a fluffy non-itching towel.

and of course the date helps.

What a great idea for my next thread this morning, "Conditioner, how important is the sell by date that is used in Parlours and do Indies not use it?"

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Towels again...........

Just how many clean towels should a parlour have? You walk into the room and the clean towel is on the bed in the shape of a rose, do the girls go on training courses to make these like an art form, if I do it they end up looking like a tramps jumper, anyhow so the lady spreads out the towel like some secret ritual making sure its neat and tidy but in fact what she is doing is checking to make sure its up the right way so that the damp sticky bits are facing down! this has got me thinking, my local on a fri or sat can expect to do between 30 and 45 punters, so lets work this out, in an ideal world thats 45 clean towels in stock, thats a lot so I guess if you turn them over you only need 22.5 clean towels, but I know for a fact that they only have 10 so I recon thats 4.5 punts per towel, this is assuming that the ladies bring with them their own shower towels? (a whole new thread I think), so getting out the calculator........that about 2.25 loads of jollop per side! Now what if the maid does not keep track of when to change it? perhaps it does a double shift, say 9 punters, 4.5 punters per side, now this is getting seriusly sticky, you dont fancy going round the local laundrette at 3am so its hang them on the radiator time! couple of hours nice and dry, bit crunchy but dry, summer months can be a problems, no radiators on, so its in the oven for 30minutes but first take the batteries out of the smoke alarms (if the girls have not nicked them for their Rabbit toys) because you dont want to worry the punters.

Actualy the above figures are only approx, I bring my own towel for piece of mind, I have had it specialy logo'd "a" & "b" side so I dont get confussed when on my next visit, better be safe than sorry.

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Is this all a load of flannel ..... :confused:

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In an ideal world..........

If a girl sees 12 clients a day

One for the client to shower with before you start

One for the wg before she starts

One to catch the spent ejaculant

One for the client when he finishes

One Bedspread

One Pillow cover

75 gram of good powder

An average washing machine will cope with the above every two hours, so if each client is for half an hour, the parlour that she works in would probably need 4 washing machines running continuously to cope for each girl. (In an ideal world) :confused:

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Either white or black. White so that if the skidmarks,hair dye marks and all other nasty staines can be bleached out,black so that they just dont show up in the first place.lol.xx

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Either white or black. White so that if the skidmarks,hair dye marks and all other nasty staines can be bleached out,black so that they just dont show up in the first place.lol.xx

Black do show hair dye :confused: my poor towels!

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"these Towels may contain nuts"

If any parlour, escort, WG, whore, prostitute or lady of negotiable affection EVER put this as a warning about their towels they would go out of buiness in a heartbeat. Unless of course, it is an establishment specially designed for lepers. But even then, this is such a niche market that it would probably never succeed anyway.

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I was just thinking, what is the best colour towel to use in Parlours?

Brown :confused::D

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Black do show hair dye :D my poor towels!

Sorry about that Laura, I'll make sure I use a different dye next time :confused::D:D !

P.S. How did a (nearly) two year old April Fools joke thread end up being resurrected and discussed in earnest? Is this a sign that we've finally realised that we can only recycle price/age/dress size/race/services posts so many times :D ?

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Sorry about that Laura, I'll make sure I use a different dye next time :eek::D:D !

P.S. How did a (nearly) two year old April Fools joke thread end up being resurrected and discussed in earnest? Is this a sign that we've finally realised that we can only recycle price/age/dress size/race/services posts so many times :D ?

As it happens the date was nothing to do with things, the post then served a purpose as it does now, one or 3 members then sussed out it original use, it now seemed a good time to expand on it.

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As it happens the date was nothing to do with things, the post then served a purpose as it does now, one or 3 members then sussed out it original use, it now seemed a good time to expand on it.

Fair do's. Towels it is then. I like mine clean.

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Massive, fluffy, white Egyptian cotton towels.

I don't want much do I? :eek:

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Towels - irritating things that are forever needing moving around the bed and straitening out.

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Towels again...........

Just how many clean towels should a parlour have?

Since we have introduced the Ryanair pricing model, we've aimed to have as many towels in stock as possible. A gent is charged £1 for each towel used, with a supplement of £0.50 being applied for the larger bath sheets.

It has been a roaring success.

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the colour of the towel doesnt concern me

what it reeks of does....l

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In an ideal world..........

If a girl sees 12 clients a day

One for the client to shower with before you start

One for the wg before she starts

One to catch the spent ejaculant

One for the client when he finishes

One Bedspread

One Pillow cover

75 gram of good powder

An average washing machine will cope with the above every two hours, so if each client is for half an hour, the parlour that she works in would probably need 4 washing machines running continuously to cope for each girl. (In an ideal world) :eek:

A parlour I used to use in Barking about 5 years ago (Since was closed down by Customs and Excise) used to have a bank of washing machines in a long room that you went through to get to the rear exit. Punters came in, went into a "Polling Booth" arrangement with a curtain over each booth and a chair inside where you awaited the ladies.

They then opened your curtain for you to select today's lovely, then you went with her to the room. After the dirty deed was completed and you had dressed, she took all the room's towels, went with you to the rear exit, pausing only to put the towels in a basket for the Maid, and then kissed you goodbye. Thus you knew they were being changed. On her way to another client she collected new towels, spruced the room and then into the waiting room.

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...that reminds me, about 15 years ago I bought a pair of nice fluffy bath towels while I was holed up in a Brothel for the evening when one of the "sellers" arrived selling his "goods" this time it was Towels and  magnums of Harrods Champaign, so bought a couple of towels and a magnum, and put it with my wine under the stairs for that special occasion....like yer do.

Well the towels lasted ages and turned out to be a wise investment, I still have them admittedly cut up for use in my workshop But with the birth of my first great Nephew 3 years ago it was time to chill the magnum....that's when I spotted the spelling errors on the label so I shot the bottle!.

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I am deeply suspicious of brown towels when I see them on the bed. "Is this to hide skid marks?" I sometimes wonder. :wacko:

Uncle Pokey 

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On 01/04/2008, 09:35:10, JKay said:

I was just thinking, what is the best colour towel to use in Parlours? What suits you best, does it have to match your eyes or hair colour, what about the cotton content, does this have any affect on your naughty bits or does the inclusion of man made fibres get the sparks flying in the bedroom? Should they be washed in Bio or Non-biological washing powders just in case of allergies or should a warning be posted that "these Towels may contain nuts"

Its been a worry of mine for ages now, just imagine booking an over-nighter and finding out the young lady insists on being wrapped up in a huge fluffy Louis Vuitton monogrammed masterpiece when all you got is something scratchy you nicked from a hotel in Blackpool 15 years ago.

Towels, Towels, Towels has there ever been a more important factor in punting?

I use white. I use white because even though they show all the marks it doesnt matter, the same towel is never used twice anyway, every guy gets a fresh one in the bathroom for him. I dont put towels down on the beds, I have throws which I change, they dry quicker than a towel anyway once washed. The great thing about a white towel is that when clean and dry and fluffy it looks great and if there is a mark left that wont wash I can just put some bleach in the wash and extra conditioner so it comes up a treat

 

Sorry, I meant all towels are washed after one use, not folded back up in the bathroom if still clean and dryish. New guy, new towel.

Edited by Chloe Kisses

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