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okay, this migt come over a tad wimpish.

I'm in london today and visiting the recently opened Leighton House museum. It's very sensual and I intend to read the Rubyiat of Omar Kyan there- if you've been you'll understand.

The question is, would any working girls offer a reading of poetry in such places? And what sort of rates are we talking about? Say a 30 min session where you keep your clothes on and smile through your teeth.

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Not wimpish, just different!

Its the time you would be paying for, i'm sure. So many girls would be more than happy to indulge you i think.

The trick would be, I imagine, to find a girl with a nice reading voice, and intelligent enough to be able to do your wish justice, and maybe with an artistic leaning also...

You'll have to do some research, as it sounds very particular your request. I imagine (from the little time i've spent here and know individuals) that there are a few girls on here that would more than meet your needs... xenia and may spring to mind from their posts.

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Not wimpish, just different!

There are a few girls on here that would more than meet your needs... xenia and may spring to mind from their posts.

Another, from lurking and reading lots of posts, would be Dollymopp perhaps

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I love it. Wish I lived in london.

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I love it. Wish I lived in london.

You can read The Ballad of Eskimo Nell to me Belle! I'm shocked at you though Lessingham - you want to pay an honest WG to keep her clothes on? Hionestly, the perverts you get on this site! :D:D

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I intend to read the Rubyiat of Omar Kyan there

Isn't that the one that starts "There once was a man from Nantucket ..." :D ?

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Thanks for the suggestions and recommendations. Next time I am so inclined I will ring around and see what prices I can get. Xenia lives too far away, May would make up verses as she went along & get away with it and I'm saving Dollymopp for Christmas food shopping in Borough Market!

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You hopefully found someone at such short notice. But to answer the crucial question, you'd probably want a lady that has a social rate - like the social part of a lunch or dinner date. It would not be unreasonable of you not to expect to pay the going rate for a full personal.

But, to find a lady willing to dress up and come out to the location for just half an hour, slim chances! Many ladies won't even take half an hour incall bookings. You'd need to entice her out with a slightly longer offer. So why not make it a strictly lunch booking near the museum? Say 1.5 to 2 hour duration, with half an hour for the reading.

Who knows, she may read it so well that you actually extend it to a full personal. The mind is, after all, the most powerful sex organ.

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Pru

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lunch, museum, recitals and the whole nine yards! How much fun can you have with your clothes on?

One scene in a film that always slaughters me is from Sea of Love where Al Pacino meets Helen Birkin in the supermarket. She is naked beneath a coat and they wander around, meeting, copping a feel and wandering off again. It is so erotically furtive.

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okay, this migt come over a tad wimpish.

I'm in london today and visiting the recently opened Leighton House museum. It's very sensual and I intend to read the Rubyiat of Omar Kyan there- if you've been you'll understand.

The question is, would any working girls offer a reading of poetry in such places? And what sort of rates are we talking about? Say a 30 min session where you keep your clothes on and smile through your teeth.

You can book any Russian girl in London for visit in LHM, and almost all of them will verse Omar Khyam from memory for at least 20 minutes flat. (in Russian though, not in Rubaiyat Persian translation). I can gurantee it! It use to be part of the literature lessons in school program in USSR, and I am pretty sure its still now.

Just don't ask them about Pascal triangle, and Parallel postulates: geometrical and algebra findings of Omar Khyam mainly unknown to the Russki Wgs, and they might interpret it differently. :D.

Pru already answered the rest regarding such meeting. :)

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You can book any Russian girl in London for visit in LHM, and almost all of them will verse Omar Khyam from memory for at least 20 minutes flat. (in Russian though, not in Rubaiyat Persian translation). I can gurantee it! It use to be part of the literature lessons in school program in USSR, and I am pretty sure its still now.

Just don't ask them about Pascal triangle, and Parallel postulates: geometrical and algebra findings of Omar Khyam mainly unknown to the Russki Wgs, and they might interpret it differently. :D.

Pru already answered the rest regarding such meeting. :)

Who's Omar Khyam?

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Who's Omar Khyam?

isn't he the guy who liked the razor so much...

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Who's Omar Khyam?

He is also: Гиясаддин Абу-ль-Фатх Омар ибн Ибрахим аль-Хайям Нишапури

Does this answers your question?

He also wrote the poetry under influence of wine made from raisins, invented Iranian calendar, fucked every virgin in Samarkand, invented new way to solve cubic equation with a hyperbola, and he thought that Pythagoras was a twat. (he was rather jealous of him) Enough?

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Who's Omar Khyam?

He's the fella that wrote (or has been atributed to have written, there is some controversy on the subject) a lyrical style poem comprising of perhaps up to 600 quatrains.. these are 4 line pieces or stanzas in Farsi. Its a right fanadango of love, hate, jealousy and emotions as far as I can remember.

I knew a degree in Middle Eastern Studies would come in handy one day.

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He's the fella that wrote (or has been atributed to have written, there is some controversy on the subject) a lyrical style poem comprising of perhaps up to 600 quatrains.. these are 4 line pieces or stanzas in Farsi. Its a right fanadango of love, hate, jealousy and emotions as far as I can remember.

I knew a degree in Middle Eastern Studies would come in handy one day.

Look like it's your gig Olivia!

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Look like it's your gig Olivia!

Be still my beating heart. It would take more than half hour to get through the whole thing though, it's a reet saga xx :D

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He's the fella that wrote (or has been atributed to have written, there is some controversy on the subject) a lyrical style poem comprising of perhaps up to 600 quatrains.. these are 4 line pieces or stanzas in Farsi. Its a right fanadango of love, hate, jealousy and emotions as far as I can remember.

I knew a degree in Middle Eastern Studies would come in handy one day.

So Why's he so popular amongst Russians?

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So Why's he so popular amongst Russians?

I'm not Russian ask Xenia. AFAIK is was translated into many languages.

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So Why's he so popular amongst Russians?

Anybody who was writing brilliant verses while drunk, were recognised by the RCS. (good ol Omar was one of the many. He never done anything known today while sober...allegedly!) Still: RCS "recognised" it, while they were sozzled also.

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Anybody who was writing brilliant verses while drunk, were recognised by the RCS. (good ol Omar one of the many, he never done anything known today while sober...allegedly) Still: RCS "recognised" it, while they were sozzled also. :)

Does that mean Dylan Thomas is highly rated in Russia? (Not that I think he wrote anything great but the Welsh do, and he was permanently pissed.)

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lunch, museum, recitals and the whole nine yards! How much fun can you have with your clothes on?

One scene in a film that always slaughters me is from Sea of Love where Al Pacino meets Helen Birkin in the supermarket. She is naked beneath a coat and they wander around, meeting, copping a feel and wandering off again. It is so erotically furtive.

I recall the scene well. Her name is Ellen Barkin.:)

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Does that mean Dylan Thomas is highly rated in Russia? (Not that I think he wrote anything great but the Welsh do, and he was permanently pissed.)

Dylan Thomas was Welsh, so it does not count. They are drunkards by default.

In the same way poetry from by Karelians writers not appreciated also, because there are no sober people in Karelia, never was for thousand years.

Its need to be from the almost teetotal people, who tend to get drunk nicely, very occasionally and inspired to write poetry while they are under this influence. LOTM tend to do it sometimes. :)

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You can book any Russian girl in London for visit in LHM, and almost all of them will verse Omar Khyam from memory for at least 20 minutes flat. (in Russian though, not in Rubaiyat Persian translation). I can gurantee it! It use to be part of the literature lessons in school program in USSR, and I am pretty sure its still now.

Just don't ask them about Pascal triangle, and Parallel postulates:

I think Pascal's Triangle would be quite useful in working out whether all the possibilities had been exhausted in a group sex situation.

Now, would some lady like to dress up as Leighton's 'Flaming June', and see if there's a corner of Leighton House where we could have an impromptu outcall?

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Omar Khyam seems to have trod a fine line between the Persian love of wine and the muslim rejection of it. There is an old Persian saying that an enterprise should be discussed when drunk and then when sober before a decision is made. Perhaps that is why the Russians love him, being drunk is too precious to be left to amateurs.

I did not know he was a famous seducer of women though!

Leighton House museum does a "friends" scheme. If I join up at the gold level I can bring 20 guests at a time for free! We could get a bus up.

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