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Author Topic: Review title convention  (Read 2024 times)

Just a gentle reminder, which applies to a small percentage of reviews though some regions are worse than others:

Could reviewers post the town/city/tube in the title e.g. MyHotHoor - Whoreton

And could everyone who sees the town/city missing/tube station, gently call it out in the comments, in order to raise awareness of this convention particularly to the newbies.

The number of reviewers not following this convention has been getting worse recently. This really helps everyone, particularly when making forays across the borders and your'e not familiar with the girls.

Here's the drill on PW:

Use the title of your review to include the provider's name - and an indication of the location if it was incall. The closest rail or underground station does well for this purpose in London, in the rest of the country the nearest town will allow readers to screen your review based on proximity.

https://www.puntingwiki.com/wiki/Guide_to_UKP_review_writing

Offline smiths

Just a gentle reminder, which applies to a small percentage of reviews though some regions are worse than others:

Could reviewers post the town/city/tube in the title e.g. MyHotHoor - Whoreton

And could everyone who sees the town/city missing/tube station, gently call it out in the comments, in order to raise awareness of this convention particularly to the newbies.

The number of reviewers not following this convention has been getting worse recently. This really helps everyone, particularly when making forays across the borders and your'e not familiar with the girls.

Here's the drill on PW:

Use the title of your review to include the provider's name - and an indication of the location if it was incall. The closest rail or underground station does well for this purpose in London, in the rest of the country the nearest town will allow readers to screen your review based on proximity.

https://www.puntingwiki.com/wiki/Guide_to_UKP_review_writing

I did a thread on this myself and agree its been getting worse. No idea why punters cant do this, its VERY simple, I put the WGs A/W nick as she uses it on her profile, the area and first part of the postcode. If I know the tube station and I usually do I add it in the text of my review, I wouldn't put it in the title.

Offline stevedave

Agreed, all we need is who and where. Not:

Sexy bitch - Location - amazing TOFTT with a fit Polish babe who made me cum all over her face, look at how amazing I am for writing a review on her.



Offline cueball

Agreed, all we need is who and where. Not:

Sexy bitch - Location - amazing TOFTT with a fit Polish babe who made me cum all over her face, look at how amazing I am for writing a review on her.

Well said.

It's a review of a paid podge, not a dick swinging contest.

Offline Neal69

Really don't care if it is a dick swinging contest as long as I know where the dick was swung

N

Agreed, we don't need clickbait review titles, this isn't facebook

Offline Nagilum

Here is another vote.

Nikname and location please.

Offline mrhappypants

Completely agree.  Precise name and location is a real timesaver.

I have also taken to cutting and pasting the profile name exactly as it appears in the profile, with whatever special characters and capitalisation, in to the title of the review.  I know a lot of girls change names as often as they change their knickers but for some don't and precision can reduce confusion (about which Olivia* we are talking about - for instance).  The trouble with this is it is hard to educate new fuckers on the board without sounding pedantic.  Pending reaction to this post I may update the wiki.

Dave

Offline Flunt

As one who has had a punt in The Twilight Zone I can't entirely agree. In most cases it should be followed but when it comes to review number 40+ most punters know where to find the pro$$ie

As one who has had a punt in The Twilight Zone I can't entirely agree. In most cases it should be followed but when it comes to review number 40+ most punters know where to find the pro$$ie

A key thing, comrades, is to call reviewers out with a gentle nudge to include the location, this way it becomes more of 'a thing'.

In this regard I can't agree with Flunt's comment; this undermines the practice and is unhelpful. And most isn't everyone.

Now, back to my manual on Trotskyist backdoor entryism

Offline smiths

As one who has had a punt in The Twilight Zone I can't entirely agree. In most cases it should be followed but when it comes to review number 40+ most punters know where to find the pro$$ie

Thing is some WGs move around working from various locations including some forum darlings who have had many reviews on here. So the info on the location she was at for that review might be helpful to some punters.

Completely agree.  Precise name and location is a real timesaver.

I have also taken to cutting and pasting the profile name exactly as it appears in the profile, with whatever special characters and capitalisation, in to the title of the review.  I know a lot of girls change names as often as they change their knickers but for some don't and precision can reduce confusion (about which Olivia* we are talking about - for instance).  The trouble with this is it is hard to educate new fuckers on the board without sounding pedantic.  Pending reaction to this post I may update the wiki.

Dave
well they do not actually change knickers very often unless hey are selling them.

As one who has had a punt in The Twilight Zone I can't entirely agree. In most cases it should be followed but when it comes to review number 40+ most punters know where to find the pro$$ie
Can you please explain what this means? Twilight Zone? 40+? Where to find the lady is simple, put in the location name so really how does that relate to mature ladies over 40? Or do you mean mature punters?

Name and location are the essentials. And later in the review - tube/train station if using public transport.

Review title like "The worst punt in my life" only sounds like the punter-reviewer is a bit of drama queen. On the other hand - "Jenny - my little sugar plum" sounds like fluffy attention seeking.

Offline Flunt

Can you please explain what this means? Twilight Zone? 40+? Where to find the lady is simple, put in the location name so really how does that relate to mature ladies over 40? Or do you mean mature punters?

An apology to TheNewSeeker, I appreciate what you are saying when the title is as long as some reviews.

My comment HP was in relation to a review I did of MissKDD, for location, an outcall to a London hotel, I put The Twilight Zone (it seemed funny at the time). Had she traveled a significant distance I would have stated it due to the importance. However, most punters can find a forum darling when they have received over 40 reviews.

Point taken, no further reviews will take place in the Twilight Zone  :drinks:

Offline stevedave

Thing is some WGs move around working from various locations including some forum darlings who have had many reviews on here. So the info on the location she was at for that review might be helpful to some punters.

Yep, there are plenty of girls that seem be constantly touring. I'm not a Londoner, but even if they move about in London I can imagine it's tricky to keep track.

If I see a touring girl (which isn't often to be fair) I'll just add a simple (touring Leeds) or whatever, to the title. No need for anything more.

Offline PLeisure

A timely reminder...  :hi:

Here are two examples - names witheld, obvs - that provide little incentive to investigate the review any further; thereby defeating its purpose.
"Avoid, Back to Back sessions, Extreme Clock watching, Very unprofessional" - er, Great... No name, no area, not going to bother reading.
"Peneloppe Ferre - Yeah, she was in porn" - at least we get a name. But the mention of porn is ego-massaging blah.

Now that embedding images is easier, can I suggest that this, too, is adopted in the review format. We all know how pics can help identify if a profile has been subject to B&S further down the line, etc.

For any newbies reading this - please refer to the Punting Wiki, which has a dedicated section on Reviews  :thumbsup:
Some goon the other week posted an enquiry as to the whereabouts of a WG on the London review board as a Positive. I asked him why he'd done that and the response was, "I didn't know where else to post it."  :unknown:

 

Some goon the other week posted an enquiry as to the whereabouts of a WG on the London review board as a Positive. I asked him why he'd done that and the response was, "I didn't know where else to post it."  :unknown:

 :dash:

Offline mrhappypants



Now that embedding images is easier, can I suggest that this, too, is adopted in the review format. We all know how pics can help identify if a profile has been subject to B&S further down the line, etc.


Good point - to be added to the wiki.

Dave

Offline LL

Agreed, all we need is who and where. Not:

Sexy bitch - Location - amazing TOFTT with a fit Polish babe who made me cum all over her face, look at how amazing I am for writing a review on her.
Haha that's ex-forum London reviewer floatability all over!  He'd leave a review of his own titled in this fashion, then he'd constantly bump it and comment on how many views it's had. Or bump it and complain that not enough people had thanked him yet. :lol:

Another pet-hate of mine and equally unnecessary is when the reviewer includes his own nickname (or an abbreviation of it) in the review title. Example, "HD has fun with Lindsey".

There have been a lot of reviews of late with titles along the lines of simply "best/worst punt ever", with no other info. This is an equal measure of attention seeking as the previously mentioned examples since they want to encourage people to read it by giving an enticing title where we have to click thru for the big reveal of who it was they saw and where!
« Last Edit: August 14, 2016, 08:49:53 PM by LL »

Offline SamLP

I wanted to start a topic on this a while back but didn't want to flame the fire.
Too many "look at me " reviews with unnecessary titles. I'll read the review and find out you TOFTT, and I will read it and find out whether she was fit, horrible, B&S, best punt, worst punt, a milf, good at head etc.. I've started to ignore reviews with those titles and the ones that don't have a location. Funnily enough there's a serial reviewer that constantly starts topics on how to improve reviews as well as giving us his punting tips. All of course that can be found in the wiki but of course he's after personal acclaim, yet he can't include a location in his reviews and always adds a small snippet headline.

My opinion is an extra heading may be needed if a punter wanted to inform us of a dangerous wg. I've used it twice when I was faced with pimps who threatened violence and felt
I had to include a warning to make sure other punters saw the review and avoided that wg.

Offline PLeisure

Can we have this thread Stickied, please?  :hi:

Offline LL

Funnily enough there's a serial reviewer that constantly starts topics on how to improve reviews as well as giving us his punting tips. All of course that can be found in the wiki but of course he's after personal acclaim, yet he can't include a location in his reviews and always adds a small snippet headline.
I think I know the guy. He included the location in only 6 of his 137 review titles.


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