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Ok, so we blokes 'punt' with girls

but what expression does one use for girls seeing punters?

and, do girls still do 'Tricks'?

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but what expression does one use for girls seeing punters?

"pants".  ‏  ‏  ‏  

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"pants".  ‏  ‏  ‏  

Are you o.k. SaSfan ; are you struggling to breathe ? :D

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Are you o.k. SaSfan ; are you struggling to breathe ? :D

As we post I have no problem, however the lady might well pant after multiple orgasms with the punter? Or it might be a colloquial word for "rubbish"?

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Ok, so we blokes 'punt' with girls

but what expression does one use for girls seeing punters?

punter to girl - punts

girl to punter - dates

:D

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Ok, so we blokes 'punt' with girls

but what expression does one use for girls seeing punters?

and, do girls still do 'Tricks'?

Oh, gosh how about audaciously and exotically referring to 'girls seeing punters' as 'work'?

Can only speak for myself but I don't 'do tricks' - am not a performing seal... :D

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Ok, so we blokes 'punt' with girls

but what expression does one use for girls seeing punters?

and, do girls still do 'Tricks'?

i can think of several tricks that the girls do,the most amazing of which is bringing the dead to life:p

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girl to punter - dates

:D

Ever hopefull i see lol :D

Personally i refer to it as either an appointment or " a guy on the way"

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I don't generally think of myself as a 'punter' - to me that's just a betting term. If I think of myself as anything in this context, I suppose it's a 'client'.

When I'm in contact with ladies I hate referring to an appointment, as if they're going to pull a tooth for me, or, even worse, a booking. Equally, I wouldn't be so presumptious as to call it a 'date'. I normally refer simply to our meeting or, if trying to hint a little more at intimacy, our liaison. It's just occurred to me that I could use the word 'tryst', but even I'm not that pretentious! :D

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I don't generally think of myself as a 'punter' - to me that's just a betting term. If I think of myself as anything in this context, I suppose it's a 'client'.

When I'm in contact with ladies I hate referring to an appointment, as if they're going to pull a tooth for me, or, even worse, a booking. Equally, I wouldn't be so presumptious as to call it a 'date'. I normally refer simply to our meeting or, if trying to hint a little more at intimacy, our liaison. It's just occurred to me that I could use the word 'tryst', but even I'm not that pretentious! :D

How about calling it a "bilateral"?

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How about calling it a "bilateral"?

Nothing bi about my laterals, thank you very much! :D

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Nothing bi about my laterals, thank you very much! :D

Oh I don't know?? :D

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Oh I don't know?? :D

I'd have a bi-lateral with you anytime Bunny. :) By the way, referring to another post of yours - 34DD? :D

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I usually refer to the gentlemen I see as clients, punter is an ugly sounding word to me, I only usually use it if I'm annoyed with one! If I was waiting for a client to turn up I would say I had an appointment, but in contact with the client I'll follow their lead (so if they email or phone or text me asking for a date, a meeting, a booking, a session, etc, that's what I'll call it when I'm talking to them).

EDIT: I don't use the word 'tricks' usually, as I understand it's usually used more in reference to street work? Which is a shame, as I rather like it :D

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I tend to use the word "client" rather than punter, but only because the word "punter" just doesn't seem to come naturally to me. I've always just used the word "booking" out of habit, but if my client seems to have a preferred word I'll used that. I love the word "trick," and don't use it nearly enough. I think I may start referring to my bookings as tricks from now on.

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Ok, so we blokes 'punt' with girls

but what expression does one use for girls seeing punters?

and, do girls still do 'Tricks'?

Calling a punter a "john" was a very common term in London in the 80s, thankfully i dont hear it anymore.

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Calling a punter a "john" was a very common term in London in the 80s, thankfully i dont hear it anymore.

oh dear no, that's totally American. Has overtones of the "school for johns", an initiative where streetcrawlers or similar went on a course to see the error of their ways...

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oh dear no, that's totally American. Has overtones of the "school for johns", an initiative where streetcrawlers or similar went on a course to see the error of their ways...

I thought that in American English a "John" was the toilet (sorry the lavatory). Maybe there's a connection?

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I thought that in American English a "John" was the toilet (sorry the lavatory). Maybe there's a connection?

Sounds likely. One thing I've never been sure about is why in British police TV dramas of a certain type, escorts are often referred to by officers as 'toms'.

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I thought that in American English a "John" was the toilet (sorry the lavatory). Maybe there's a connection?

Whats the connection in your thinking?:D

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Sounds likely. One thing I've never been sure about is why in British police TV dramas of a certain type, escorts are often referred to by officers as 'toms'.

The Bill always refers to WGs as "toms", as i assume you know, no idea if this is what the real plod call WGs.:D

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Whats the connection in your thinking?:D

It would mean that the WG's term for a punter was derogatory.

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The Bill always refers to WGs as "toms", as i assume you know, no idea if this is what the real plod call WGs.:D

For some reason the image that sticks in my mind is the late great Tom Bell using it in Prime Suspect.

It would mean that the WG's term for a punter was derogatory.

I rather thought, as I take it to be US 'street language', it maybe referred to hookers taking their client into a john/toilet to complete their business transaction.

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For some reason the image that sticks in my mind is the late great Tom Bell using it in Prime Suspect.

I rather thought, as I take it to be US 'street language', it maybe referred to hookers taking their client into a john/toilet to complete their business transaction.

It was London language in the 80s, ladies now referred to as Indies often used it in my experience, i never met them in toilets, far to risky IMO.:D

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It would mean that the WG's term for a punter was derogatory.

It wasnt a nice thing to be called in my experience. Punter is the word i prefer nowadays.:D

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