ladyofthemansion

When a punt should be abandond before it starts.

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Ladies. Have you ever had a feeling before a punt starts that its just not going to work out? Have you then gone ahead with the punt and wished you had followed your instincts?

I had a guy turn up the other night. Took him half hour to understand directions so got to me late. Didn't mind that.

The first thing he said when he arrived was "Have you washed your hands?"

I said "Of course I have. I handled a cock before you got here so obviously I washed my hands. That is what I do"

He then produced a bottle of spray and asked me to rub it in to my hands. Obviously I looked at the label first and sniffed the contents to make sure he wasn't giving me something lethal.

When I started the atmosphere was not right and his bum was smelly. I soon suggested ending the service and offered him a partial refund hoping he would be a gentleman and not accept the cash but he did accept.

After he left I thought "Aaargh, Why did I not just make an excuse to cancel him before even beginning?"

Then last night a guy turned up reeking of cannabis. I managed to think fast and said the landlord had just texted to say he was on his way and that I would have to cancel.

Have any of you ever been in a situation where you have either gone ahead with a punt that didn't feel right from the start or made an excuse to get him out? Am just so glad such things are a rare occurance.

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I have not and never would go through with a meeting if something did not feel right.

As a WG you build up a very good sixth sense and it would be foolish to ignore it. Ok maybe I may have turned away one or two good bookings on the back of that but to me its 'better safe than sorry'.

Why would you entertain the thought of starting a booking with someone if you dont feel comfortable, if you are on edge you will not be giving your best service so to me there is no point.

Can I also just add that you should never use a product given to you by a client you do not know and trust completely. You read the label, so what, how hard it is to change the contents? Refuse to use their product and allow him to see you using your own.

Sorry if this sounds harsh but you were being rather foolish all round in this booking. You had alarms bells from the start but went ahead, then you use a product off a guy you do not trust without any knowledge of its actual contents.

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Yes several times...once it probably saved my life by not going ahead with it he turned out to be a murderer.. I have written about it before so won't go over old ground again.

I did once had someone's cash backs as they had shit up their back and told them to take their shit elsewhere, and another fucking teenage idiot asked me if if I had had a wash that day.. he got the spanish archer quick smart too.

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I have not and never would go through with a meeting if something did not feel right.

As a WG you build up a very good sixth sense and it would be foolish to ignore it. Ok maybe I may have turned away one or two good bookings on the back of that but to me its 'better safe than sorry'.

Why would you entertain the thought of starting a booking with someone if you dont feel comfortable, if you are on edge you will not be giving your best service so to me there is no point.

Can I also just add that you should never use a product given to you by a client you do not know and trust completely. You read the label, so what, how hard it is to change the contents? Refuse to use their product and allow him to see you using your own.

Sorry if this sounds harsh but you were being rather foolish all round in this booking. You had alarms bells from the start but went ahead, then you use a product off a guy you do not trust without any knowledge of its actual contents.

Excellent post and good advice.:D

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I have had a few. Where I can't put a finger on why it feels strange. But I'd have given that guy his marching orders the moment he asked me about washing my hands. I can't relate to a guy that sees me as a product. Because in giving the girl friend experience, I am not doing so as a product.

I had one last night that I really was nursing nagging doubts about. His phone manner was lifeless, but I couldn't tell if this was because he was foreign and English was his second language. But he mucked me about with the times too.

He'd been on his way from Milton Keynes since just after 5pm and was meant to be getting to me for an 8.30 pm (8.30 was my suggestion when he very unrealistically said he'd be with me before 7 pm whch I did not think feasible). I'd asked him to phone and let me know when he got to London. He didn't. Instead, he phoned 40 minutes after our agreed meeting when he was in a cab at Brixton. I couldn't find it in my heart to turn him away now that he'd travelled all this way and was so close. But I knew I'd be watching closely for signs to end the booking.

And I had to repeat everything, and I mean, everything, half a dozen, and I mean, half a dozen times when giving directions. I was getting impatient and a bit short on the phone. If anything, I thought he'd pick up on that and feel uncomfortable. I would have! :D But then I'm not very thick-skinned.

Even at the junction to my place, he turned right when I had clearly said about three times to turn left, and phoned me when he was nearly back at the main road asking what to do next..

When he finally arrived, I realised he was a lot younger than I'd assumed, complete with base ball cap and jeans. (Turned out he was 23). But he had a calm and innocent air about him that told me he wouldn't be any trouble.

It took most of the booking to get him to crack a smile because he was a rather serious minded chap. But he was well behaved, even if rather abrupt and tactless - calling me old on more than one occasion! :D Not in an insulting way, in a matter of fact "Because you are old, you know... " kind of way. I am mature! Not old! I enjoyed my time with him and I'd like to think that he left happy (even if he expressed it in muted tones). He may even come back one day.

But I could easily have turned my phone off to make myself unavailable to him when he began to make me feel uneasy. It's the borderline strange guys that make us have these moments where we're not sure if cancelling is the right thing or could be a hasty over-reaction.

But yes, better safe than sorry. And I would "NEVER" agree to use any spray, ointment, or even condom, brought by a client, especially if I was seeing him for the first time. He has valid concerns about hygeine. But that is so not the way to deal with it.

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Pru

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I have abandoned a punt giving a full refund when he confided that 'my psychiatrist told me i should stop doing this', i thought it was a joke but my laughter was received by a very straight face. I politely gave him his money back and told him that if that is what he was advised then he really should listen. Luckily he took it pretty well and left after i reassured him that no one was watching looool.

There have been instances where they may not have been as clean as i would have liked and have politely suggested that we share a shower and discretely scrubbed him.

If i am not comfortable with how a conversation goes over the phone whilst making the booking i will not see that person, on the whole that works and only a few times have i seen someone and regretted it later.

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I have had a few. Where I can't put a finger on why it feels strange. But I'd have given that guy his marching orders the moment he asked me about washing my hands. I can't relate to a guy that sees me as a product. Because in giving the girl friend experience, I am not doing so as a product.

I had one last night that I really was nursing nagging doubts about. His phone manner was lifeless, but I couldn't tell if this was because he was foreign and English was his second language. But he mucked me about with the times too.

He'd been on his way from Milton Keynes since just after 5pm and was meant to be getting to me for an 8.30 pm (8.30 was my suggestion when he very unrealistically said he'd be with me before 7 pm whch I did not think feasible). I'd asked him to phone and let me know when he got to London. He didn't. Instead, he phoned 40 minutes after our agreed meeting when he was in a cab at Brixton. I couldn't find it in my heart to turn him away now that he'd travelled all this way and was so close. But I knew I'd be watching closely for signs to end the booking.

And I had to repeat everything, and I mean, everything, half a dozen, and I mean, half a dozen times when giving directions. I was getting impatient and a bit short on the phone. If anything, I thought he'd pick up on that and feel uncomfortable. I would have! ;) But then I'm not very thick-skinned.

Even at the junction to my place, he turned right when I had clearly said about three times to turn left, and phoned me when he was nearly back at the main road asking what to do next..

When he finally arrived, I realised he was a lot younger than I'd assumed, complete with base ball cap and jeans. (Turned out he was 23). But he had a calm and innocent air about him that told me he wouldn't be any trouble.

It took most of the booking to get him to crack a smile because he was a rather serious minded chap. But he was well behaved, even if rather abrupt and tactless - calling me old on more than one occasion! :D Not in an insulting way, in a matter of fact "Because you are old, you know... " kind of way. I am mature! Not old! I enjoyed my time with him and I'd like to think that he left happy (even if he expressed it in muted tones). He may even come back one day.

But I could easily have turned my phone off to make myself unavailable to him when he began to make me feel uneasy. It's the borderline strange guys that make us have these moments where we're not sure if cancelling is the right thing or could be a hasty over-reaction.

But yes, better safe than sorry. And I would "NEVER" agree to use any spray, ointment, or even condom, brought by a client, especially if I was seeing him for the first time. He has valid concerns about hygeine. But that is so not the way to deal with it.

xxx

Pru

Lovely stories and advice. I really envy you gals, It takes a lot of skill and know how to deal with dodgy people. although i do worries about you WG's sometimes. i know you gals know how to take care of yourselfs! and listen to these stories give me some piece of mind..

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I have great admiration for WGs as they show great courage when sseing a total stranger at either in-call or out-call. You may not be right all the time but you have to follow your gut.

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When almost all appointments go well and almost all clients are pleasant company, squeaky clean and have just the right attitude and manners..........

it comes as something of a shock when a session is obviously not going to go quite the way we hope it will....

in my own experience this can be because of these reasons:

a) everything is just fine until the unveiling moment ( boxers off and close encounters of the whiffy kind when male nether regions are an inch from your nose )

on those rare occasions I have to think quickly and deal with it in a way I think will allow the rest of the session to go smoothly and without bad feeling or embarrassment

:D the man lies there like a sack of wet haddock and I realise it is solely my

responsibility to lift a gloomy encounter into one which does not make the

clock tick so slowly it is painful to bear

c) a client tells me I am his second choice because Flossy of Fenham was not

available ( Ok we know about plan B etc but don't need to be told 2 minutes after you arrive thank you very much )

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but to properly answer the OP question:

I think the only time I have wished I had not accepted a booking from a man I had already met was when I got a call a few months back from a person I had previously met 2 years before.... I had a diary entry "not keen to meet again" but so much time had elapsed that I quite forgot who he was or why I was not too happy the first time.

I should have heeded my own diary entry because as soon as I opened the door I remembered! He was the most arrogant and bad mannered man, a master in the art of sarcasm and a complete buffoon. He bragged and boasted just as he had the first time.... about how many stunning women , including porn stars, he had bedded... and much much more verbal poo that I won't bore you with here.

I so wanted to tell him to feck orf and throw his money back at him but of course didn't. I had already endured half the session and thought I would scrape through the remainder, all the while wanting to crack his head with the bedside lamp.

As he was leaving he said he loved our time and then TOLD me he would be back one day.

guess what?

:D;)

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As he was leaving he said he loved our time and then TOLD me he would be back one day.

guess what?

:D:(

Heh, so what does your new diary entry for this guy say Adele ;);):D ?

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!!!@@@***###!!!

which roughly translated means

HE CAN GO BOIL HIS BOLLOX!

:D

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!!!@@@***###!!!

which roughly translated means

HE CAN GO BOIL HIS BOLLOX!

:D

Sounds like that diary might be a great read. I hope you keep it under lock and key while your clients are about ;):eek::D.

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I have great admiration for WGs as they show great courage when sseing a total stranger at either in-call or out-call. You may not be right all the time but you have to follow your gut.

And I have great admiration for punters who can sometimes risk a week's wages or more on the unknown. :D

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I have abandoned a punt giving a full refund when he confided that 'my psychiatrist told me i should stop doing this', i thought it was a joke but my laughter was received by a very straight face. I politely gave him his money back and told him that if that is what he was advised then he really should listen. Luckily he took it pretty well and left after i reassured him that no one was watching looool.

There have been instances where they may not have been as clean as i would have liked and have politely suggested that we share a shower and discretely scrubbed him.

If i am not comfortable with how a conversation goes over the phone whilst making the booking i will not see that person, on the whole that works and only a few times have i seen someone and regretted it later.

Funnily enough that's what I do with wg's! :D

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As Mae West said "A girl should keep a diary, when she's older the diary will keep her!"

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Funnily enough that's what I do with wg's! :D

I would think its what most although not all punters do.

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