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........ and it's true!

I've been contemplating emailing a young lady to arrange an appointment, but whilst browsing her web site I notice she says that: "We can meet in my private and very discreet apartment which is situated in Northampton in the RG30 area and easily reached from junctions 11 or 12 from the M4."

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Yes It Is a fact women can not read maps, thank god for Sat-navs lol. :eek:;):rolleyes:

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*rushes off to check map*
*returns, puzzled*
Well, I thought perhaps she was a fan of G.K.Chesterton. "The Night We Went To Birmingham By Way Of Beachy Head.":rolleyes:

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LOL! Or, perhaps it's not that she can't read maps, as can't give directions?

[grasping at straws in defence of the sisterhood emoticon]

OK, some women can't read maps.

I can. :rolleyes:

:eek:

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Yes It Is a fact women can not read maps, thank god for Sat-navs lol. :D;):eek:

Hmm, I do not trust SatNav's!! Last time I used one on an outcall to Stevenage I ended up in a cemetry in a dark country lane :rolleyes:

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[grasping at straws in defence of the

OK, some women can't read maps.

I can. :rolleyes:

:eek:

Ditto!

And I have no problems asking for directions if the map fails :D

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I was brought up reading maps, followed by outward bound courses and paying attention at school - love pouring over old/ancient ones of the area.

When I used a driver for a short while I was map reader/direction giver as he admitted could not map read, and had no sense of direction.

So yes this women here can read maps and very well. I can also advise on each of the 4 junctions leading from the M6 to my town, as well as other alternative routes should you come via any of the other main roads - usually with advice on avoiding nasty snarl-ups.

Sometimes I frighten myself!

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Ditto!

And I have no problems asking for directions if the map fails :eek:

But surely you understand that we see that as an admission of failure? :rolleyes:

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*returns, puzzled*

The M4 goes from London to Bristol, it's no where near Northampton, well the big Northampton that everybody knows about anyway. Presumable there is some little place on the M4 corridor of the same name.

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Hmm, I do not trust SatNav's!! Last time I used one on an outcall to Stevenage I ended up in a cemetry in a dark country lane :rolleyes:
....and how did the appointment go? I really never put you down for this kinky stuff! :eek:

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I was brought up reading maps, followed by outward bound courses and paying attention at school - love pouring over old/ancient ones of the area.

When I used a driver for a short while I was map reader/direction giver as he admitted could not map read, and had no sense of direction.

So yes this women here can read maps and very well. I can also advise on each of the 4 junctions leading from the M6 to my town, as well as other alternative routes should you come via any of the other main roads - usually with advice on avoiding nasty snarl-ups.

Sometimes I frighten myself!

... and a blonde to boot! :rolleyes:

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....and how did the appointment go? I really never put you down for this kinky stuff! :rolleyes:

Nah, you know me - only gentle stuff :eek: I found a lady walking her dog, she said everybody arrived at the cemetry as the postcode of the newly built hotel had the same postcode.

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I can remember one time I had put a reverse booking on A****w*** for a two hour appointment in Warrington. A bid was made from a lass in Kent. When I queried whether she wanted to travel 200 miles for a 2 hour appointment, she said that she thought it was somewhere in Central London!

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The M4 goes from London to Bristol, .

Congratulations on alienating everyone over The Bridge :rolleyes:

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Ditto!

And I have no problems asking for directions if the map fails :rolleyes:

Have to say........ same here :D.... Now where was I????? :eek:;)

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Escorting has taught me how to read maps. Before I was hopeless. When your safety and security depends on the ability to read maps, you learn.

I'm not sure I'm very good at giving directions. Some of my clients have trouble with the directions I give to my flat, but other do just fine.

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Congratulations on alienating everyone over The Bridge :eek:

That would be the Humber Bridge then, because alienating yellow bellies is something worthy of congratulations. :rolleyes:

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Some academic study "proved" that most women couldn't read a map. I'm like Strawberry ... I can read a map and use a compass. However my directions will more than likely lead you to the middle of a field or a lake. Women have no problem with my directions but men do.

I guess the "look for the giant liquorice alsort and turn left" translates as something different to a man than it means for a woman.

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When I worked for a newspaper I used to spend my life driving around the country using maps, got lost a few times. Trouble is now Mr does all the driving and if I even picked up the map he would come out in hives so like most things for an easy life I just leave it to him.

I think women just give up trying and leave it to you guys to beat your chest and get us safely to our destination. It is difficult though to bite your lip when you are 120 miles into being totally lost. When a women is lost she stops and asks when a man is lost he swears a lot, whacks the steering wheel a few times and then decides that they have closed a very important junction or added a road that is not on his normal directions. They are never just lost !

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When I worked for a newspaper I used to spend my life driving around the country using maps, got lost a few times. Trouble is now Mr does all the driving and if I even picked up the map he would come out in hives so like most things for an easy life I just leave it to him.

I think women just give up trying and leave it to you guys to beat your chest and get us safely to our destination. It is difficult though to bite your lip when you are 120 miles into being totally lost. When a women is lost she stops and asks when a man is lost he swears a lot, whacks the steering wheel a few times and then decides that they have closed a very important junction or added a road that is not on his normal directions. They are never just lost !

I think you'll find it's called "taking the scenic route". :eek::rolleyes::D

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The M4 goes from London to Bristol, it's no where near Northampton, well the big Northampton that everybody knows about anyway. Presumable there is some little place on the M4 corridor of the same name.

Thank you, though I'd worked (most of) that out myself.

I had a look at a map. :rolleyes:

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That's all a bit down south to me.

:rolleyes:

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She is a Seth Efriken so mayeb to her Reading is near to Northampton

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