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Questions and Answers / Re: Coping with this heat
« Last Post by KBP on Today at 04:30:41 pm »
I am really struggling as I sweat a lot!
I've been putting my wet wipes in the fridge for freshening up and also a towel in the freezer for putting round my shoulders when clients are in the shower. It helps a bit!
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Tall, thin asian man in early 40s with a prominent nose. Stung me in London feb 2020 on his number 074233965** where he came in and asked if I do anal after confirming that I don’t on the phone. He then left. He has just done the exact same thing to me in Milton Keynes today. Asked for anal and then said he misunderstood me on the phone and thought I did it. When I told him he’s done this before he said it wasn’t him but it 100% was. 075227170**

Avoid him.
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Blather and Babble / Re: Do you feel like you’re missing out?
« Last Post by Lady Frog on Today at 03:55:12 pm »

Happy to know you’ve got an accepting partner who knew you before and after. I did have a relationship for a year and he knew, but it took him time to accept that or af least manage it in his head. Eventually we broke up as he went with someone his parents considered a “better” match. Someone untainted and proper I guess... :(

Sounds like you dodged a bullet with this man. I am not interested in a serious relationship while I am doing sex work, because I am content and prefer being single, and I feel my busy lifestyle means I would feel guilty for not being able to find enough time to give attention to a partner.

If I do want a relationship after I have left this job, it will be with someone who loves me for all that I am, and not 'in spite' of the fact I used to be a sex worker.
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Questions and Answers / Re: Coping with this heat
« Last Post by Mirror on Today at 03:29:51 pm »
I'm lucky the properties I've tended to have are shady, very cool buildings, my location tends to experience lower temperatures than other parts of the country and less than cities. Only one a new build flat was ever a problem.

Really good in this weather, cooler inside than out which makes large heating problem in winter but great right now. Clients do comment how lovely and cool it is on arrival, and I am hit by the heat when I go outside. This can be an issue when I dress for inside before setting off out, realise I'm over dressed within a few meters outside the front door or when I get in a roasting vehicle.
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Questions and Answers / Re: Coping with this heat
« Last Post by amy on Today at 01:47:20 pm »
I'm lucky that my flat has aircon, but I'm only putting it on in the bedroom for bookings and to sleep because I'm too tight to run the electric up, which means that anybody opening the bedroom door after to go for a shower gets to feel like they've been smothered in an electric blanket as soon as they step into the hallway ;D.

I find that keeping the windows shut and the blinds at least halfway down helps as well as tying my hair up out of the way, but I wouldn't have been able to work this last week without the aircon either - it was 37 degrees here on Monday (32 today) and I'd have given it up as a bad job. I nearly passed out just staggering to the Tesco Express.
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Blather and Babble / Re: Do you feel like you’re missing out?
« Last Post by Mirror on Today at 12:00:23 pm »
No, our attractiveness doesn't diminish with age at all and I'm very sorry you personally feel like that. I myself feel waaay more attractive now in my forties than when I was a tomboy'sh 26 yr old going to raves on the weekends. Men looking to breed will look for younger/fertile types, it's sad but true, so if that's your goal (finding a breeder man and popping out a couple of kids) you will defo need to take your biological clock into consideration and not leave it for too late, otherwise there's always adoption  ;)

I was a mess in my 20s yes I could 'pull' but I was impossible to have a relationship with and at that point would have not made good mother material.

No shortage of dates in 30s and beyond, also seems being very obviously attached doesn't stop the approaches.

Wide range of age friends and relationships has shown me age has nothing to do with loneliness, or lack of interest in life. I too can confirm plenty of 30 and unders do nothing more than sit in watching TV, playing electronic games, some. roaming pubs whilst 60s,70s,80s are out doing things, involved in a lot with active interests, lust for life, partners, sometimes same age sometimes quite different.

Often see this in clients too, the fallacy of older, stuck indoors moaning and lonely is a fallacy.
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Warnings & Wasters / Re: Nick, walkout in Southampton
« Last Post by TheLastTime on Today at 11:56:39 am »
I’m 99.9% I had contact from this guy again today (I was the OP, old nick)

But he is now calling himself Andrew and has a different number - 078549142**

I am positive I recognised the voice which is quite distinctive and very posh. He also always brags about his wealth this time in the form of namedropping an expensive car.

Even without recognising the voice there were a  number of red flags such as being uncertain of how long he wanted, asking for an appointment duration which I don’t do and and then changing the time of the appointment. Then he started getting antsy about parking his expensive car and how long it would take to park.

By this time I was pretty sure who he was and he even had the cheek to try and ask me what should he do so I was completely blunt, just saying you don’t sound very sure and I don’t want to be messed around so I’m not taking his appointment.

If it is indeed the same guy then he’s walked out on me twice over the years when I had a couple of different profiles and I would avoid.


I’m so angry at myself for failing to listen to my gut but I was tired and thought I was being paranoid about this guy.

Booked for this evening, and his voice sounded a little familiar and something felt a little off, a bit OTT perhaps. He arrived, looked me up and down and said ‘Not for Me’ whilst attempting to kiss me on the cheek. I said ‘Not on, I’ve turned away gents for you’

He left and I realised he’d done the EXACT same thing to me years back when I had a different profile. I’m fairly sure he makes a habit of it. 

He’s in his fifties possibly older, grey/dark short hair, average build, posh accent. Mentioned he has a holiday place around half an hour away from Soton and had been sailing all day. Goes by Nick, his number is 07976 2450**

Avoid he’s an entitled prick.
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Blather and Babble / Re: Do you feel like you’re missing out?
« Last Post by amy on Today at 11:36:38 am »
No, our attractiveness doesn't diminish with age at all

Indeed it does not - I look far better at forty seven than I did at twenty seven, and I'm even marginally less of a cunt thanks to mellowing a hell of a lot over the last twenty or so years :D. Fertility, yes. Attractiveness, no.

I have met far too many people who are old and lonely, they hate their lives and feel jealous of friends who have someone to share their lives with and kids and grandkids to marvel over in their twilight years. Things might seem fine in your 30s and 40s but loneliness is a chronic and terrible affliction for the elderly that affects mental health and well being so much so they have charities to help.

Always aim for marriage and kids is what I say or yes you will miss out. Really want to spend your Christmas holidays in your 60s and 70s and 80s solo looking back and wishing you had taken a different path? Noone to care for you when sick or chat to over breakfast about the madness in the world?

You're obviously meeting the people with no friends or interests, and/or who can't stand their own company. And loneliness is nothing to do with being alone or not being married - plenty of people are lonely even when surrounded by others. Having children doesn't guarantee they'll spend time with you when you're older, either. As with everything else, everyone is different :).
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Blather and Babble / Re: Do you feel like you’re missing out?
« Last Post by TantricTease on Today at 11:34:24 am »
This may sound mental but I think if I stopped doing sex work then I would be missing out because I would stop being able to give good head! I would get too rusty! ;D
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Blather and Babble / Re: Do you feel like you’re missing out?
« Last Post by ana30 on Today at 11:17:20 am »
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I meant the whole marriage and kids thing, its a biological fact that time works against women and our attractiveness diminishes with age. In terms of dating, sure can at any age. I mean that the men who do want kids will overlook me in favour of the 21yos. And that’s gonna hurt.

Breaking hearts in senior homes is GOALS!
No, our attractiveness doesn't diminish with age at all and I'm very sorry you personally feel like that. I myself feel waaay more attractive now in my forties than when I was a tomboy'sh 26 yr old going to raves on the weekends. Men looking to breed will look for younger/fertile types, it's sad but true, so if that's your goal (finding a breeder man and popping out a couple of kids) you will defo need to take your biological clock into consideration and not leave it for too late, otherwise there's always adoption  ;)
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