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eva1982

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Client poor behaviour/manners...
« on: 26 August 2020, 01:51:11 pm »
Just found chewing gum shoved down the side of my sofa cushions  🤢

How do clients even think that’s acceptable in someone’s home!!! That’s it now - all clients are only allowed to come straight to bedroom after payment while standing.  There’ll be no more initial sit and chat on the sofa.

What else can I expect (on top of smelly bums apparently!)

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Re: Client poor behaviour/manners...
« Reply #1 on: 26 August 2020, 04:03:41 pm »
Just found chewing gum shoved down the side of my sofa cushions  🤢

How do clients even think that’s acceptable in someone’s home!!! That’s it now - all clients are only allowed to come straight to bedroom after payment while standing.  There’ll be no more initial sit and chat on the sofa.

What else can I expect (on top of smelly bums apparently!)
This is exactly why I don’t keep my toothbrush or mouthwash in the bathroom as when I first started being an Indy and reading this site then i started reading horror stories about toothbrushes being used to rub clients shits around the toilet bowl and stuff of this nature, it’s disgusting and guys that do this clearly have issues with paying for sex and they take their own insecurities out on us!

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« Reply #2 on: 26 August 2020, 04:39:30 pm »
Different guys....

Chewing gum spat in the shower hole.

Peeing on the tiles by the side of the lav, not an accident.

Sneakily wiping cum onto my bedding I stop that shyte in the bud.

Sneakily wiping their sticky hand on me after fingering me...gets my best shyt service.

Glugging directly from the mouthwash bottle.

Using 12 guest towels and carpeting the bathroom with them because he disliked their size and wants beach towels. I leave no towels in there since.

Walking out because he expects me to provide bottles of wine, not a glass. The warning sign was the agency owner told me to buy a crate of champagne. She was a young alcoholic who cultivated drunk clients.

Refusing to remove shoes inside- I tell them to go

Opening the bedroom door and trying to walk around I tell them to go

A regular having a big stinky dump before the sessions, then forgetting to shower. Told him to shyte in the pub down the road or not bother coming back. He stopped using me as a poo station and behaved.

Spitting on my furniture, obviously I called the police as this was one of several bad things he did and I considered him an immediate threat.
« Last Edit: 27 August 2020, 08:26:22 pm by saltysweet »
Yeah like I'll let the human guineapigs have first dibbs at eating the food that's been sitting in those restaurant freezers for the past 4 months.

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« Reply #3 on: 26 August 2020, 07:23:57 pm »
I had 1 use my GD hairbrush once😡. Yes, absolutely my bad for leaving it out, completely on me & boy, lesson learned, smh.

We’re finished, he’s in the bathroom🚽 & it’s clear I’m ok to go in there (I wanted to wash🧼my hands), & there he is, running my brush thru his thin, balding grey hair. Gag. 

I dropped the damn thing in the trash🗑when he left & tried VERY hard not to think if that’d happened before *shudder*.

I’ve had others ask to borrow a brush since then. I point to my hair (think Annie Lennox with bangs) & simply say, “Do I LOOK like I use a hairbrush?”

Lesson learned. Mea culpa.
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« Reply #4 on: 26 August 2020, 10:20:51 pm »
This is exactly why I don’t keep my toothbrush or mouthwash in the bathroom as when I first started being an Indy and reading this site then i started reading horror stories about toothbrushes being used to rub clients shits around the toilet bowl and stuff of this nature, it’s disgusting and guys that do this clearly have issues with paying for sex and they take their own insecurities out on us!

Do you know, since becoming a sex worker, I just don't keep my toothbrush in the bathroom. When I worked from home I didn't want my toothbrush in bathroom incase any weirdos stuck it up their arses. But even now I do t work from home, I keep tooth stuff in kitchen cabinet.
« Last Edit: 26 August 2020, 10:27:53 pm by EnglishAmy40 »

TantricTease

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« Reply #5 on: 26 August 2020, 10:24:04 pm »
Do you know, since becoming a sex worker, I just don't keep my toothbrush in the bathroom. When I worked from home I didn't want my toothbrush in bathroom incase any weirdos stuck it up their by s. But even now I do t work from home, I keep tooth stuff in kitchen cabinet.
Shit I never even thought that they may stick it up their bums, wouldn’t surprise me and they could also pour bleach into your shampoo/conditioner and/or shower gel! God from now on should I do any punters at home ever again then all I’m leaving in there is the shower gel for men! Christ the things we have to think of!!

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« Reply #6 on: 26 August 2020, 10:26:37 pm »

A regular having a big stinky dump before the sessions, then forgetting to shower. Told him to shyte in the pub down the road or not bother coming back. He stopped using me as a poo station and behaved.


Omg hahaha. I think it's bad when I used to find chewing gum outside my front door.

Assuming I'm ok with them taking cocaine and bringing it round. Only happened twice but don't like that one.

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« Reply #7 on: 27 August 2020, 01:04:06 am »
I had a client once help himself to my Eve Lom Cleansing Balm (around £50 a pot 😬😳) and slather nearly half the pot all over himself and use it as shower gel. Yes, I shouldn't have left it out but didn't think that would be a clients first choice when I had Radox, Lynx, Sanex and Original Source shower gels on the same shelf. Was gutted when I went to cleanse my face that evening!
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« Reply #8 on: 27 August 2020, 01:10:38 am »
Chewing Gum one is a classic.

Others include using the shower then using the toilet for a number 2 and not flushing it.

TantricTease

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« Reply #9 on: 27 August 2020, 08:20:08 am »
I had a client once help himself to my Eve Lom Cleansing Balm (around £50 a pot 😬😳) and slather nearly half the pot all over himself and use it as shower gel. Yes, I shouldn't have left it out but didn't think that would be a clients first choice when I had Radox, Lynx, Sanex and Original Source shower gels on the same shelf. Was gutted when I went to cleanse my face that evening!

He done that on purpose if you ask me!!

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« Reply #10 on: 27 August 2020, 10:58:22 am »
There is so many bitter clients out there and hate having to pay us that you need to be very careful what you have showing in any room they will be in.

I remember once a older client had accidently left his wooley hat in the bathroom and i did not know til i had another client later on and could see through the gap as door not fully closed and mirror on wall he waa using the hat to wipe his shitty arse after going a toilet and he had a shower before that. There was 2 large towels in the bathroom on complete show.

I confronted him asked him what he was doing and what he was using. I then realised it was previous man hat. This client did this totally on purpose thinking the hat was mine. He made up some ridiculous lie that he never looked at what he was picking up, there was toilet paper next to toilet too to be used. I said to him i do not believe you but said the hat is not mine but previous clients that he left behind.

The man with the hat called later on saying he left it behind i was honest and told him what i witnessed. He was disgusted and shocked i said i could get it washed for him but he said he would never be able to wear it again knowing what that creature did.

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« Reply #11 on: 27 August 2020, 11:03:58 am »
oh my sweet lord, that's legend :o

This is why my bathroom has toilet paper and a one person serving of shower gel. Totally bare otherwise.
« Last Edit: 27 August 2020, 11:11:57 am by saltysweet »
Yeah like I'll let the human guineapigs have first dibbs at eating the food that's been sitting in those restaurant freezers for the past 4 months.

TantricTease

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« Reply #12 on: 27 August 2020, 11:56:14 am »
oh my sweet lord, that's legend :o

This is why my bathroom has toilet paper and a one person serving of shower gel. Totally bare otherwise.

I’m gonna start doing the same, they can’t be trusted.

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« Reply #13 on: 27 August 2020, 06:43:38 pm »
You shouldn't expect smelly anything!

You have to tell them how you want them to come.  Shower fresh and squeaky clean and cock smelling of radox shower gell.

One of my first regular customers was a factory worker.  You could eat your dinner off this guy.  He was well groomed, not a hair out of place, his clothes immaculate and ironed.  Another guy who I saw twice had one arm amputated at the elbow and he was squeaky clean.

Don't expect just because they say they are professional they are going to be clean. I seem many a manky suit.

Also don't expect clean just because they have good feedback on aw.

You need it clearly stamped on your ads and then backed up on the phone how you expect them to be.

If they are rude make sure you give them a really rubbish service.
« Last Edit: 27 August 2020, 08:22:17 pm by Saffy »

eva1982

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« Reply #14 on: 27 August 2020, 09:44:13 pm »
Oh I haven’t had smelly clients (I was just referring to one of the threads on here) - am sure it will happen at some point though!