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sparkly_top

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Clients calling you babe or darling
« on: 08 December 2020, 06:23:55 pm »
So when clients call you baby or darling on text or phone call,

Do you tend to book these in or just ignore?

What about clients on AW who refuse to give you their phone number?

Thanks x

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Re: Clients calling you babe or darling
« Reply #1 on: 08 December 2020, 06:33:20 pm »
Hi dear,
Some who call you darling,from my experience can be good, they probably can t remember your name. The best is, if you are not sure,ask them to send an email through AW,so you can have a look on their feedback.If you can ' t, screen them more or follow your instinct.
For those in AW who don t want to give their numbers, I would ignore them. That is my opinion, but other persons could have different views.

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Re: Clients calling you babe or darling
« Reply #2 on: 08 December 2020, 06:35:43 pm »
Addressing me with disrespectful or patronising names indictates they're either wasters, or just not the type of man I want to be alone with. I dismiss as soon as I hear such words.

Refusal to give number-from a blocked number I don't pick up.

Do you mean from emails? I don't book from emails so the problem doesn't arise. If it did- I don't give the client freedom to to dictate how he books. Refusal for any information whatsoever, I dismiss. No reply required.
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Re: Clients calling you babe or darling
« Reply #3 on: 08 December 2020, 06:35:50 pm »
Phone - If they sound otherwise okay on the phone and pass the screening then I’m happy to book. But I do hate being called it.
Text - I require people to call me for first time contact, but if it’s a slow day I may sometimes reply directing them to my profile if they’d like to make a booking. But generally if they text with a million baby’s in the sentence then I’ll just completely ignore that text, slow day or not.

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Re: Clients calling you babe or darling
« Reply #4 on: 08 December 2020, 07:01:49 pm »
No, no and no. If they don't address me by name then they've failed at basic manners and I don't want them in my flat; I'll make the odd exception if everything else is perfect, but not knowing my name is a dealbreaker. Anybody asking me to 'meet' or 'meet up', ditto - I'm not meeting them anywhere (and 'meet' used as a noun instead of 'booking' or 'incall' has me extremely busy for the rest of the decade).

My phone blocks withheld numbers so those ones don't get through - they have to call or text me to book and I'll get their number when they do. I wouldn't cold call or text a number they'd given me via email either way, since it could be anybody's  >:(
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Re: Clients calling you babe or darling
« Reply #5 on: 08 December 2020, 07:03:23 pm »
I don’t take phone calls, just emails. I would not engage with anyone who could not remember my name and/or addressed me as babe/sweetheart/honey etc. The only ‘term of endearment’ I will allow to a degree is ‘darling’ because it relates to my working name.

I have a long-ish name, and loathe anyone who abbreviates it or uses just the initial. I have no qualms picking clients up on either of these things should they do it. Not using someone’s name shows a fundamental lack of respect.

Lastly, I need a man’s phone number in order to screen them. No number, no appointment.
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Re: Clients calling you babe or darling
« Reply #6 on: 08 December 2020, 07:53:25 pm »
God no, I hate people being overly familiar. Anyone who calls me babe, hun, sweetheart or anything else other than my name can fuck off, and anyone refusing to give you their phone number when they expect you to have sex with them can fuck off to the moon. So disrespectful.

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I have a long-ish name, and loathe anyone who abbreviates it or uses just the initial. I have no qualms picking clients up on either of these things should they do it. Not using someone’s name shows a fundamental lack of respect.

This drives me mental. My work name is pretty short and still there are idiots who feel the need to shorten it, WHY? Also they keep spelling it wrong, there's a couple of possible spellings of it but mine is the most common one and it's literally in my email address so how they can email me spelling it wrong just baffles me.

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Re: Clients calling you babe or darling
« Reply #7 on: 08 December 2020, 10:01:14 pm »
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Also they keep spelling it wrong

This really gets my back up. Sugar. SUGAR. S U G A R. Like the stuff you put in tea. Not Suga, Sug (Am I the lead singer of Madness?), Suger or any variation. I would understand if my working name was difficult but come on now  :FF

Really hate 'hun' because it seems patronising, Babe is slightly better but still gives me the heebie jeebies, baby is cringe-worthy and sweetheart is just odd to me. Just call me by my name fgs!
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Re: Clients calling you babe or darling
« Reply #8 on: 08 December 2020, 10:34:02 pm »
I hate the word 'hun' especially when being spoken by a grown man, I have a friend who calls everyone it and over and over again, seriously it gets on my one last nerve!.

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Re: Clients calling you babe or darling
« Reply #9 on: 08 December 2020, 10:51:16 pm »
No phone call no booking this can be at confirmation time, if made in advance but I'll have taken a deposit to secure the booking.

If other things are OK, babe, baby is fine but I find it awful in combination with poor attitude or sloppy words.

Never forget one guy who was very unreliable, messed me around, yet called me babe or hun. He himself was self-employed in a trade which will have experience of customers messing around. The disrespect was very high.

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Re: Clients calling you babe or darling
« Reply #10 on: 08 December 2020, 11:12:55 pm »
I can’t stand it- have found the majority of TW have used the stupid pet names like ‘baby’, ‘Hun’ or ‘sexy.’

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Re: Clients calling you babe or darling
« Reply #11 on: 09 December 2020, 04:17:09 am »

Hi dear


This is always a waste of time, in my experience.

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Re: Clients calling you babe or darling
« Reply #12 on: 09 December 2020, 04:26:52 am »
This drives me mental. My work name is pretty short and still there are idiots who feel the need to shorten it, WHY? Also they keep spelling it wrong, there's a couple of possible spellings of it but mine is the most common one and it's literally in my email address so how they can email me spelling it wrong just baffles me.

I have had people calling me Cathy and Cath. It drives me mental.


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Re: Clients calling you babe or darling
« Reply #13 on: 09 December 2020, 09:02:11 am »
Babe/Hun for me, is like nails going down a blackboard. 99% of the time for me they are timewaters.


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Re: Clients calling you babe or darling
« Reply #14 on: 09 December 2020, 09:41:42 am »
Yes its not genuine if they are a new client.

A couple of regulars do call me babe or darling but I know they are more endearing so don't mind that.

I do have a couple of escort friends and they do call some of their clients babe and hun so can't really complain if clients do the same I suppose.