Dirty Harry

Is a life worth

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Following on from the previous threads about punters and working girls konking out on the job.

Girls - a question for you: If a punter saved your life would you give him free bookings for, say, ten years?

Working it out using the often quoted £120 per hour figure, that works out to 2 x 1hr bookings per week for 10 years = £124,800. About the same as an average life insurance payout.

Is that thanks enough for saving your life?

;)

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Following on from the previous threads about punters and working girls konking out on the job.

Girls - a question for you: If a punter saved your life would you give him free bookings for, say, ten years?

Working it out using the often quoted £120 per hour figure, that works out to 2 x 1hr bookings per week for 10 years = £124,800. About the same as an average life insurance payout.

Is that thanks enough for saving your life?

;)

If that was me I would offer him free bookings as often as I could realistically fit in till the day came l stopped working.

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Following on from the previous threads about punters and working girls konking out on the job.

Girls - a question for you: If a punter saved your life would you give him free bookings for, say, ten years?

Working it out using the often quoted £120 per hour figure, that works out to 2 x 1hr bookings per week for 10 years = £124,800. About the same as an average life insurance payout.

Is that thanks enough for saving your life?

;)

So, you think it is appropriate for a punter to accept free sex from a WG? For simply doing what any decent human being ought to do anyway?

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So, you think it is appropriate for a punter to accept free sex from a WG? For simply doing what any decent human being ought to do anyway?

I wasn't expressing my opinion - merely opening up a subject for discussion. ;)

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I wasn't expressing my opinion - merely opening up a subject for discussion. ;)

So now that the subject has come up for discussion, what is your opinion?

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Following on from the previous threads about punters and working girls konking out on the job.

Girls - a question for you: If a punter saved your life would you give him free bookings for, say, ten years?

Working it out using the often quoted £120 per hour figure, that works out to 2 x 1hr bookings per week for 10 years = £124,800. About the same as an average life insurance payout.

Is that thanks enough for saving your life?

;)

Would you begin the negotiations before or after you picked up the phone to call the emergency services?

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So, you think it is appropriate for a punter to accept free sex from a WG? For simply doing what any decent human being ought to do anyway?

Well said. Saving someone's life should be a selfless act. It's all too 'dog eat dog' in this day and age. I suspect there are many people out there who would try and take full advantage and have the person feel indebted to them for the rest of their lives. If you want to help someone, do it. Don't do it in the hope of gaining favours.

p.s. If a person saved my life, I'd add them to my will [without their knowledge] ;)

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I'm with the general trend here, I wouldn't be cynical enough to accept free punts from the lady for having the human decency to save her life.

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Following on from the previous threads about punters and working girls konking out on the job.

Girls - a question for you: If a punter saved your life would you give him free bookings for, say, ten years?

Working it out using the often quoted £120 per hour figure, that works out to 2 x 1hr bookings per week for 10 years = £124,800. About the same as an average life insurance payout.

Is that thanks enough for saving your life?

;)

Perhaps if you'd grabbed her as she was about to fall off a high building you could negotiate with her then whilst holding her life literally in your hands?

Frankly I find this a little bizarre. Not offensive just weird.

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Perhaps if you'd grabbed her as she was about to fall off a high building you could negotiate with her then whilst holding her life literally in your hands?

Frankly I find this a little bizarre. Not offensive just weird.

Before reading this post, I was just about to say that there are some posters on this forum who would negotiate a deal before finally saving the lady.

Free bonks for life? Half price bonks? One free bonk a week?

I think it is really up to the lady to show whatever appreciation she thought fit, and up to the punter to see whether he wanted to accept the gesture. It would depend on the circumstances, the previous relationship between the two parties concerned, and whether she actually wanted saving. If she had decided enough was enough, and was trying to end it all, then she might not thank him for saving her.

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Before reading this post, I was just about to say that there are some posters on this forum who would negotiate a deal before finally saving the lady.

Free bonks for life? Half price bonks? One free bonk a week?

I think it is really up to the lady to show whatever appreciation she thought fit, and up to the punter to see whether he wanted to accept the gesture. It would depend on the circumstances, the previous relationship between the two parties concerned, and whether she actually wanted saving. If she had decided enough was enough, and was trying to end it all, then she might not thank him for saving her.

I think the OP's thread is premised on the basis that the WG is at least grateful and therefore happy to be alive.

Do you get the impression that I think this is a really stupid thread?

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Interesting replies. I think, with hindsight, I didn't phase my original post specifically enough as most of the punters who have replied have got the wrong end of the stick, either deliberately or otherwise.

1. I meant if a punter actually saved a working girl's life, say by CPR or stemming a blood flow, or perhaps by jumping into a fast-flowing river to rescue her. Not just dialing 999. I thought that would have been obvious.

2. I also stated that I was principally asking the girls point of view. In other words would the working girl feel moved to offer something.

It is interesting to see that many punters have twisted it to be from their point of view. In other words 'would I want to negotiate before saving their life.'

This wasn't what was asked - it wasn't for the punters "if you were about to save someone's life" but for the working girls "if a punter saved your life" in other words had already saved it not in the process of; and, after days or weeks had passed and you had time to consider it, would you offer someting.

Would I be cynical in thinking some punters deliberately twisted the meaning of the original post around? ;):)

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So now that the subject has come up for discussion, what is your opinion?

I am not a working girl - the original post asked for the working girls' opinion.

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Following on from the previous threads about punters and working girls konking out on the job.

Girls - a question for you: If a punter saved your life would you give him free bookings for, say, ten years?

Working it out using the often quoted £120 per hour figure, that works out to 2 x 1hr bookings per week for 10 years = £124,800. About the same as an average life insurance payout.

Is that thanks enough for saving your life?

;)

I can't say I'd feel obliged to offer anything. The same way I wouldn't expect a punter to pay me £124,800 if I were to save his life.

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Harry I would always go wading in even if it put me in danger as that is who I am. I can't stand by and watch. I think most GENTS would not take up any offer like that. I have offered time for time in the past and only one person wanted to take me up on the offer.

If someone saved my life I would dedicate my time to show them how grateful I was, but I don't think offering free appointments for life is the way forward and a real GENT would not accept it.

But then it is no different I guess to the "gentleman" and I use the term loosely that offered to do work for me for nothing in return, ruined the job, tried forcing a non-escort into sleeping with him and then demanded money. So there are plenty of non gents out there that would take someone up on the offer when they are WEAK and VUNERABLE! Sorry but after one or two appts I think I resent someone that wanted appreciation showed that way. True human beings, decent people, do things for nothing in return!!

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Following on from the previous threads about punters and working girls konking out on the job.

Girls - a question for you: If a punter saved your life would you give him free bookings for, say, ten years?

Working it out using the often quoted £120 per hour figure, that works out to 2 x 1hr bookings per week for 10 years = £124,800. About the same as an average life insurance payout.

Is that thanks enough for saving your life?

;)

Ok so if you were in your lawyers office and s/he had a heart attack and you gave life saving first aid, would you expect all of your legal requirements for the next 10 years to be done FOC?

If you were doing your weekly shop in Asda and saved the life of one of their workers when they slipped and fell badly would you expect £125k of groceries from Asda??

I thinks NOT!

So why ask if that if you saved a WG's life would 125k of free shags be thanks enough?

To me, this is another example of people thinking that WG's are a totally different breed of the human race and therefore, common sense and morals etc we simply do NOT possess.

I would beg to differ...

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Ok so if you were in your lawyers office and s/he had a heart attack and you gave life saving first aid, would you expect all of your legal requirements for the next 10 years to be done FOC?

If you were doing your weekly shop in Asda and saved the life of one of their workers when they slipped and fell badly would you expect £125k of groceries from Asda??

I thinks NOT!

So why ask if that if you saved a WG's life would 125k of free shags be thanks enough?

To me, this is another example of people thinking that WG's are a totally different breed of the human race and therefore, common sense and morals etc we simply do NOT possess.

I would beg to differ...

Maybe not Asda but Fortnum & Mason then that would be a different story ;)

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Maybe not Asda but Fortnum & Mason then that would be a different story ;)

You better go and loiter in there then and save someones life. Then i can come and raid your cupboards!!!

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Maybe not Asda but Fortnum & Mason then that would be a different story :)
You better go and loiter in there then and save someones life. Then i can come and raid your cupboards!!!

Just hang around the tills until some unsuspecting tourist gets their bill - any good at heart massage? ;)

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No i wouldnt,anymore than a client would hand me 125K for saving his.

There are about 2 exceptions to this and they are very very regular clients.

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The short and sweet answer is NO.

My escorting is a transaction.

My life is my life.

Is a life worth £125k? Yes, but the question you have to ask is this...

Is £125k worth your life?

don't understand? let me explain.

Yes a Life is worth the money, but the life that you live would then be put at all sorts of risk.

for example... if the WG is married or in a relationship, can you see the inherent problem, with what you propose.

If the guy decideds on monday at 3pm, he wants sex, she needs to pick up her children...

Does he say no problem and find someone else or does he remind her that he saved her life...

This could get over complicated, quickly.

And we all know that the law was changed, so in the last example if he pushes the issue it becomes force and or coersion...

As I said a life is worth the money, but is it worth your life?

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Tee hee - as I said, I offered no view of my own as to whether I think they would or shoud nor whether I'd accept such an offer if I was in the position.

I merely posed a question and I was interested in the various replies.

Lesson learnt is to pose a much more precicely worded post as I think some people had difficulty in comprehension. Either that or it was deliberate! ;)

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Wouldn't common sense dicktate that maybe 1 or 2 special session(s) would suffice, it's a thank you, not a commitment of gratitude.

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According to economists, the value of a life is over £1m (this is the value used to argue for road safety improvements).

Saving a person's life should be a selfless act, just being a decent human being. The only reward you should seek is that of being a decent person.

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I am thinking of having something to eat later.

Curry ?

or

Chicken and chips?

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