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Re: Lying about body enhancements(surgery) and entitled clients
« Reply #15 on: 04 July 2020, 09:10:20 pm »
I'm pretty sure no one's said they're ashamed?

They haven't, but it's difficult to figure out why anyone would lie otherwise (and I'm talking specifically about outright lies when asked directly, not just telling the asker to mind their own business or failing to mention it at all). What purpose does the lying serve, and if there isn't one then why bother unless they think that cosmetic surgery is undesirable or unseemly in some way?

If the purpose is to get bookings (and money) that they might not have got otherwise, then it's misleading potential customers and some people are uncomfortable with that, partly because it makes things that bit more difficult and annoying for those of us who don't do it, and partly because it could be seen as trying to give themselves an unfair advantage over others which doesn't sit well with everyone.

There are two separate issues in the OP though - any punter who behaves so rudely deserves to be thrown out on his arse and blocked. If somebody pinched and grabbed my tits while asking if they were real he'd get one warning to pack it in and then it's booking over even if he'd barely.got his shoes off.
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Re: Lying about body enhancements(surgery) and entitled clients
« Reply #16 on: 04 July 2020, 09:23:22 pm »
But having had children or not (hopefully!!) or spending your Christmases in Bath are not likely to be factors in clients' decisions to see a particular escort. Whereas whether she has fake or natural boobs, a butt lift, Botoxed to fuck forehead, trout pout, tummy tuck scars, tattoos etc. are. As we're in effect selling our looks, surely it behoves us to be honest about them?

No way when he walks in if he doesn’t like what he sees he can walk out and leave. The op said this conversation was after he had had his fun with her. He had an amazing time and to me he sounds like he wanted this confirmed so he could go and write it on a review sight. That could of lost her money in the long run.

Too much worrying about what the client thinks of you and your body will cause you mental health problems. And we are here to stick together not to tell women off for not revealing their life stories about how they got scars on their body etc.

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Re: Lying about body enhancements(surgery) and entitled clients
« Reply #17 on: 04 July 2020, 09:47:47 pm »
If the purpose is to get bookings (and money) that they might not have got otherwise, then it's misleading potential customers and some people are uncomfortable with that, partly because it makes things that bit more difficult and annoying for those of us who don't do it, and partly because it could be seen as trying to give themselves an unfair advantage over others which doesn't sit well with everyone.

To be honest I can't care less if the OP hides her butt enhancement confession from clients or if jenny with balloon size tits tell her punters "they're natural". It's not going to annoy me nor affect my bank account in any way.
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Re: Lying about body enhancements(surgery) and entitled clients
« Reply #18 on: 04 July 2020, 10:06:07 pm »
No way when he walks in if he doesn’t like what he sees he can walk out and leave. The op said this conversation was after he had had his fun with her. He had an amazing time and to me he sounds like he wanted this confirmed so he could go and write it on a review sight. That could of lost her money in the long run.

Too much worrying about what the client thinks of you and your body will cause you mental health problems. And we are here to stick together not to tell women off for not revealing their life stories about how they got scars on their body etc.

I'm not 'telling anyone off', just giving my opinion. False marketing creates problems - as the OP has outlined - and means you might have to deal with more walkouts, bad feedback etc., plus it has a knock-on effect on all escorts because it amplifies the idea that we all lie about our age and dress sizes etc.

I very much agree with the bit in bold, and that's why I think if you have cosmetic surgery, 'owning it' is the best and healthiest tactic.
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Re: Lying about body enhancements(surgery) and entitled clients
« Reply #19 on: 04 July 2020, 10:21:17 pm »
That client is a jerk.

I would simply own it put it on your profile that way you will have the clientele that are fine with such and not attract those who only want non surgical booty. Less hassle headache for you and if someone does turn up who then gets in a huff and puff at least you were clear on your page and they should of gone with someone that does not have type of booty you have.

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Re: Lying about body enhancements(surgery) and entitled clients
« Reply #20 on: 04 July 2020, 10:38:21 pm »
Oh I see Amy. I don't lie, I refuse to answer.
I have 30 wigs which probably gives me an unfair advantage as does the surgery-I'm creating illusions.
Magicians don't usually reveal their tricks.

Clients are attracted to the illusion in the photos, the experience matches their expectations and they have a blast. Win Win.

Besides....The Cyborg Code of Conduct prevents disclosure to humanlings.
« Last Edit: 05 July 2020, 03:19:43 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.

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Re: Lying about body enhancements(surgery) and entitled clients
« Reply #21 on: 04 July 2020, 10:41:21 pm »
That client is a twat.

I think it depends on how obvious the surgery is. If it's something that is subtle then I can't see any reason to disclose. But if it's something very obvious like big fake boobs or lots of different procedures that are clear to see then it should be mentioned in advance so clients can make their mind up and you get the clients that like the way YOU look. I can't say for the buttlift as to whether it's obvious, I don't know enough about it.

Sometimes it's about the way something feels isn't it, not just the look. But there are clients for all types of shape and size so I guess if something is too obvious to deny then best to be honest. Many clients like the enhanced look, just as many like the natural look.

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Re: Lying about body enhancements(surgery) and entitled clients
« Reply #22 on: 06 July 2020, 09:57:31 am »
I'm not 'telling anyone off', just giving my opinion. False marketing creates problems - as the OP has outlined - and means you might have to deal with more walkouts, bad feedback etc., plus it has a knock-on effect on all escorts because it amplifies the idea that we all lie about our age and dress sizes etc.

I very much agree with the bit in bold, and that's why I think if you have cosmetic surgery, 'owning it' is the best and healthiest tactic.

She has a big derrière in her pictures and that’s what attracted him to book her. It’s none of his business how the big derrière got there.

Also don’t care what clients think of us lying they lie to their wives and kids all day long. We aren’t in this to be moral we are in it to earn money!

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Re: Lying about body enhancements(surgery) and entitled clients
« Reply #23 on: 06 July 2020, 03:02:31 pm »
I agree with Blondie - It’s none of his business, he had his fun.

I saw someone last week (my first in lockdown) he was very persuasive! Anyway he slipped up and mentioned he was a prolific reviewer and would write a marvellous review about me but not now after lockdown! He gave me compliments throughout. After Funtime he mentioned how my age is mentioned a lot and I could see he wanted an answer - I didn’t lie I smiled and told him time was up.

Regarding the review I told him it was best for both of us if he didn’t write anything.

Op - You do what your comfortable with - It’s your body your rules what you want to disclose.

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Re: Lying about body enhancements(surgery) and entitled clients
« Reply #24 on: 06 July 2020, 03:39:13 pm »
I've seen ladies with a big natural booty and  ladies with brazilian butt lift, call me thick but I cannot tell the diference (unless it's botched). I've also seen breasts that never in a million years I would have guessed they were surgically enhanced (because of how naturally they looked), so if the surgeries are natural looking and not obvious I don't see th eneed to disclose (unless you want to of course). I believe it would be considered "misleading" if you photoshop a double D cup in your ads and it turns out you're a B cup.
« Last Edit: 06 July 2020, 03:41:34 pm by ana30 »
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Re: Lying about body enhancements(surgery) and entitled clients
« Reply #25 on: 08 July 2020, 06:08:35 pm »
I have had quite a few surgeries and wouldn't lie about it. Especially directly to someone's face. The thing is if you've had three BBLs plus a naturally large bum to begin with it probably is quite obvious that it's not natural. So to then lie when they ask you is just going to give them a bad impression of you imo. There's no reason to be ashamed and I wouldn't want someone who loved a natural look to be misled into booking me and be disappointed.

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Re: Lying about body enhancements(surgery) and entitled clients
« Reply #26 on: 14 July 2020, 06:55:06 pm »
Hey sometimes ya have to do it sweetie even if you don't like sound of a client ya have to do it for ya own safety sometimes I would say I lie about a few things for 1 safety first if you of don't like the sound of a client what is your gutt instinct  ??? ??? ??? To lie ::) exactly especially if it's within reason so your not alone there I think we all tell little white lies along the line somewhere or other xx  :angel:

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Re: Lying about body enhancements(surgery) and entitled clients
« Reply #27 on: 15 July 2020, 11:08:48 am »
Dont see why anyone would be offended if asked weather they’ve had surgery

I personally would lie if asked as can’t see any benefit in doing so


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Re: Lying about body enhancements(surgery) and entitled clients
« Reply #28 on: 17 July 2020, 10:53:45 pm »
I'm going against the grain here too. If your pics are clear about your body size, then you're not being dishonest. You have to find the balance of keeping your decent clients happy and being happy yourself. We all sell an experience based on fantasy. If you're wearing a purple wig, does it really matter if it's real, as long as that's how you're marketing yourself? I don't think so.

Someone not answering questions on surgery isn't taking food out of my mouth. If any client thinks he should know my personal medical details, then I'd prefer not to see him. It's also not my place to judge how other ladies run their business. If it's keeping a roof over their heads (and often their kids), then so be it. You're not getting a moral judgement from me.

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Re: Lying about body enhancements(surgery) and entitled clients
« Reply #29 on: 18 July 2020, 02:40:40 pm »
in my opinion it’s no ones business but yours. Let them make their own conclusions, you don’t have to explain yourself, like I say just my opinion