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Oh well, here we go again :)

Why is it after every liaison I say to myself NOT again?

Now 7 months down the line I am a few hours away from my next few hours of pleasure :(

The pre-punt nerves, the will she be like her pics, will i press the WRONG door buzzer :o

All the wonderful emotions that we go through. As long as the tube train does not break down in the deepest part of the network as it did once on a way to a liaison then I will be happy.

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The pre-punt nerves, the will she be like her pics, .

She may have looked like them a few years ago :(

will i press the WRONG door buzzer .

So what if you do, the girl may be more attractive :)

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Oh well, here we go again :)

Why is it after every liaison I say to myself NOT again?

Now 7 months down the line I am a few hours away from my next few hours of pleasure :(

The pre-punt nerves, the will she be like her pics, will i press the WRONG door buzzer :o

All the wonderful emotions that we go through. As long as the tube train does not break down in the deepest part of the network as it did once on a way to a liaison then I will be happy.

First comes the thought to meet an escort, then the organisation of that idea, into plans and methods, then transformation of those plans and methods into reality. Its only as difficult as your planning makes it!

She may or may not be like her pics, but she will probably be different than the enhancing male imagination has painted her in your mind.

Could be for the better could be for the worse :o

Why never again if you push the wrong buzzer?

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Oh well, here we go again :)

Why is it after every liaison I say to myself NOT again?

Now 7 months down the line I am a few hours away from my next few hours of pleasure :(

The pre-punt nerves, the will she be like her pics, will i press the WRONG door buzzer :o

All the wonderful emotions that we go through. As long as the tube train does not break down in the deepest part of the network as it did once on a way to a liaison then I will be happy.

I hope it goes well, but i never have pre-punt nerves nowadays personally, and i certainly never say to myself not again at any stage.

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She may have looked like them a few years ago :(

So what if you do, the girl may be more attractive :)

What a silly comment, thats how ladies get kicked out of thier apartments.

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Oh well, here we go again :)

Why is it after every liaison I say to myself NOT again?

Now 7 months down the line I am a few hours away from my next few hours of pleasure :(

The pre-punt nerves, the will she be like her pics, will i press the WRONG door buzzer :o

All the wonderful emotions that we go through. As long as the tube train does not break down in the deepest part of the network as it did once on a way to a liaison then I will be happy.

Lol , you just cant resist the lure of a pretty lady thats why and the mystery of what is to come once you have booked. Im sure you will have a fabulous time so dont question why, just do and enjoy.xxx

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I once read a book on dating for shy people. The author said that the curse of shyness is that the sufferer runs through many scenarios in his or head before speaking. Thus you enter a bar and see a girl and walk over to say "hi" By the time you have arrived you have reviewed every single disaster and decide not to bother.

I get that with punts. Not only the wrong buzzer, but being filmed for a documentary, being abducted by her minders and even suffering paralysis and having to be cut from the buzzer by firemen!

Oddly enough the punts all end the same way, me wandering off with a happy smile on my face.

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What a silly comment, thats how ladies get kicked out of thier apartments.

I pressed the wrong buzzer once :(

IMO the instructions that we punters get for interfacing with a shared entrance can never be too explicit eg when you press the buzzer/bell will we hear it ourselves?

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I once read a book on dating for shy people. The author said that the curse of shyness is that the sufferer runs through many scenarios in his or head before speaking. Thus you enter a bar and see a girl and walk over to say "hi" By the time you have arrived you have reviewed every single disaster and decide not to bother.

I get that with punts. Not only the wrong buzzer, but being filmed for a documentary, being abducted by her minders and even suffering paralysis and having to be cut from the buzzer by firemen!

Oddly enough the punts all end the same way, me wandering off with a happy smile on my face.

So you never learn from previous experiences. This thinking which i have read from others on here fascinates me, because i cant relate to it.

I go, punt and leave. My thoughts beforehand are it will hopefully be a great punt, i am security conscious but dont worry till something happens.

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I pressed the wrong buzzer once :(

IMO the instructions that we punters get for interfacing with a shared entrance can never be too explicit eg when you press the buzzer/bell will we hear it ourselves?

I agree, the more information the better, i have many times rang the wrong buzzer and had to apoligise when somebody has answered. I check and double check very carefully but still make the odd error.:)

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What a silly comment, thats how ladies get kicked out of thier apartments.

Only if they are trading illegally from the apartment, and we all know that girls would never do that, so no problems :(

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IMO the instructions that we punters get for interfacing with a shared entrance can never be too explicit eg when you press the buzzer/bell will we hear it ourselves?

With shared entances just press the tradesman buzzer and your in, and then you can knock on the girls door directly :(

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What a damn lovely girl. The flat was shite and so was I.

I had a real head f*ck on today.

Hmm confused :(

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What a damn lovely girl. The flat was shite and so was I.

I had a real head f*ck on today.

Hmm confused :)

That's a shame after 7 months of waiting :)!

Perhaps you need more practice :rolleyes:;).

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I agree, the more information the better, i have many times rang the wrong buzzer and had to apoligise when somebody has answered. I check and double check very carefully but still make the odd error.:)

I went to see an EE girl in Bracknell last month. She texted me the address, which I found no problem. I knocked on the door (clearly marked with the correct number XX) to be met by a late middle aged lady :)! She didn't seem at all put out by me asking for an exotically named lady who I only knew by her first name, but couldn't help me.

I phoned my intended WG up (in the pouring rain) and asked politely WTF was going on. She replied with something along the lines of "no silly, not the house XX, the flat XX in the block at the end of the road" :rolleyes::eek:.

I'm afraid that the poor lady in house no 38 must get a lot of gentleman callers (who don't stay for long :)).

I did point out that her text instructions could be clearer. I have no idea if she updated them or not. I'm not going back, because although it was a decent enough punt, if the lady at house XX ever complains to the police, it won't take the flat XX long to get a visit from the boys in blue.

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So you never learn from previous experiences. This thinking which i have read from others on here fascinates me, because i cant relate to it.

I go, punt and leave. My thoughts beforehand are it will hopefully be a great punt, i am security conscious but dont worry till something happens.

Title of smith's book of punting experiences........ " Greets, shoots, and leaves "..........sorry smiths, couldn't resist. :)

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I pressed the wrong buzzer once :)

I've found recently that the street door key pad, with little display above is so small that I need my reading glasses, which otherwise, I don't think are necessary for a punt (and which I've left behind with the lady on occasion - yes, you know who you are, and thank-you, again!)

Having keyed in the appartment number, then one has to hit a button, well hidden, with a bell symbol on it! Ah, the complexities of life.

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Title of smith's book of punting experiences........ " Greets, shoots, and leaves "..........sorry smiths, couldn't resist. :)

That's good!

Back on topic - Seeing someone for the first time, I always get lost, cant get the hang of electonic key pad thingy, that sort of thing. I get very nervous, cant function properly, fortunately the nerves do subside and I'm OK once I'm with the lady.

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for me the "pre match nerves" are part of the buzz of punting. its all part of the build up to the big event :)

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Title of smith's book of punting experiences........ " Greets, shoots, and leaves "..........sorry smiths, couldn't resist. :)

No problem.:rolleyes:

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for me the "pre match nerves" are part of the buzz of punting. its all part of the build up to the big event :)

I have to agree, like most enjoyable things in life the anticipation is often as good as the punt. I have gone to see a WG not expecting much and been absolutley blown away (excuse the pun).

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I'm another that enjoys the pre-punt nerves. The delicious anticipation prior to the event are an integral part of the thrill for me. Once the punting nerves disappear then the magic has gone and I know it's time to look elsewhere.

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