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Author Topic: Exit strategy for non-drivers.  (Read 5603 times)

If a punter who drives finds on arrival at a WG's premises that he's booked a minger of an Indie, he can use the old "I've left your money in the car" strategy to disappear.

That tactic's not really available to those of us who, when booking a session with an Indie, have had to ask which is the bus route closest to her place or what her nearest railway station is.

Has anybody any suggestions for people like that [me! ;)] who have walked from the bus stop to a flat/house and found that the WG is nothing like what we hoped she'd be when we booked her?

Offline haystacks79

I know it's an unusual approach, but how about just being honest and saying she wasn't what you'd expected and you don't think you can go through with it?

Offline Saul Right

This has happened to me on several occasions as the pictures don't match. Just tell them you are not interested and walk. If they have scammed you picture wise, make a point of telling them!

Offline blue

Could just say, "Sorry I've changed my mind" and turn around and walk. You don't owe anyone anything.

Offline skittish

'Shit, sorry darling I must have dropped my wallet on the bus, have you any change so I can get home'

Offline AnthG

I think every girl knows what I have left the wallet in my car means. So even if you walked or used public transport to get there. I would say still use I have left my wallet in the car.

I know it's an unusual approach, but how about just being honest and saying she wasn't what you'd expected and you don't think you can go through with it?

The problem is you do not know who else is in the flat. And some girls can react way OTT. She will not think I am unattractive so deserve this. She will think he is a timewaster who has booked just to find out where I live, or get a glimpse of me and possibly go psycho for your wasting her time.

Its never happened to me in person. But I have had someone go psycho during telephoning for a booking. And believe me it was not a nice feeling. Flipping terrifying more like. And like I say that was a telephone call. In person would be much worse. and especially as you do not know if her "manager" is in the house.

https://www.ukpunting.com/index.php?topic=1868.msg45281#msg45281
« Last Edit: March 31, 2013, 02:37:59 PM by AnthG »

Offline haystacks79

I think every girl knows what I have left the wallet in my car means. So even if you walked or used public transport to get there. I would say still use I have left my wallet in the car.

So if everyone know what "I have left my wallet in the car" means, why will saying that attract a different response than just simply being honest? That's kind of what the rest of your post is implying/

Offline AnthG

So if everyone know what "I have left my wallet in the car" means, why will saying that attract a different response than just simply being honest? That's kind of what the rest of your post is implying/
As I feel its like one of those phrases that innately takes the sting out of saying something unpleasant.

Like saying to a girl you are not fat you just have large hips. Or to a guy you are not fat you are just big boned.

Its like when in customer service you are learned into saying particular negatives using certain phrases as its shown to lessen the sting but to mean the same thing.

This is my understanding of how I left my wallet works at least. I have never used it or walked from a booking and feel it is not in my nature to ever do so therefore I am just making an assumed post on it all.

Offline skittish

As I feel its like one of those phrases that innately takes the sting out of saying something unpleasant.

Like saying to a girl you are not fat you just have large hips.

Anth, you're an absolute star.

Offline Dani

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Why not be honest.  If her photos are of her 10 - 20 years ago tell her that you are leaving as her photos are obviously very out of date.  if the photos are not of her tell her that you booked to see the girl in the pictures and as she is not here you are leaving.
If she has airbrushed a few stone off again tell her so.  If these girls who do this sort of thing learn clients will walk because of it then they will stop doing it.  The wallet int he car thing just makes her think you are a timewaster so be honest.

After all when you first see her you wont actually be in her property but just at the door  and that is the time to be honest and walk away and I doubt she will kick up too much fuss as neighbours will hear and once neighbours are 100% certain she is a prossie they do tend to complain to the Landlord.

It also means you dont have to worry about any pimp she may have in her property as you never actually entered and you will be gone by the time she calls him. 

Sorry i've just had a page from the hospital - implies you either work there or are expecting bad news.
Sorry my wife just phoned me and she's coming home early.
Sorry, i just can't go through with this, blame it on nerves.

Offline skittish


After all when you first see her you wont actually be in her property but just at the door  and that is the time to be honest and walk away and I doubt she will kick up too much fuss as neighbours will hear and once neighbours are 100% certain she is a prossie they do tend to complain to the Landlord.

It also means you dont have to worry about any pimp she may have in her property as you never actually entered and you will be gone by the time she calls him.

Not always entirely true I've been let in by a flatmate on more than one occasion but I have quickly learned to say sorry it's not happening if I'm not satisfied for some reason. It's not a pleasant experience but it's sometimes a necessary one.

Offline Acer

Or, have you any paper bags love?
No?
Ok you will do but no DFK, no OWO and no fingering!
 :hi:

I have once wanted to leave and heard a male voice. I asked to use the toilet and went to the exit instead and out, fast.

Offline Riprock

I walked out on a few punts recently.  I just wished i started doing it sooner.

Most notable one was in Clapton.  A size 14 (more like18) Polish Wg greeted me at the door.  Following her into her living room i was instantly put off and bluntly told her she was bigger than 14 and made for the door.  She persuaded me to have a look at her 2 flatmates who weren't exactly lookers either.  Took a pass on all 3 and was on my way.

Not being flush at the moment i'm having to punt at the budget end of the market dominated by EE girls.  Making the above scenario a regular occurence.   

Offline Matium

There was a thread some time ago on Saafe, which Anth will remember as he commented on it here, :) , it was about a WG boasting that a guy had tried to walk and that she had blocked the exit until he paid her something and then when he did leave, she kicked his behind.

And what was the reaction of the girls of Saafe? They cheered her on!

We agreed here that if a man had tried that on with a woman he would have been charged with false imprisonment and assault and would have got 2 years.

The solution to Rochdull Lad's question is not to tell the WG that you're walking or coming by bus and simply use the "I left my wallet in the car" excuse.

Every WG knows that that means you won't be coming back and they accept it.

Offline James999

who have walked from the bus stop to a flat/house and found that the WG is nothing like what we hoped she'd be when we booked her?

Yes, just tell her you wanted to check you had the right address etc,and that you have to pop and pay the cab, then walk out to pay the cab and not return  :hi:

Offline AnthG

There was a thread some time ago on Saafe, which Anth will remember as he commented on it here, :) , it was about a WG boasting that a guy had tried to walk and that she had blocked the exit until he paid her something and then when he did leave, she kicked his behind.

And what was the reaction of the girls of Saafe? They cheered her on!

We agreed here that if a man had tried that on with a woman he would have been charged with false imprisonment and assault and would have got 2 years.
I had totally forgotten about that thread till you mentioned it again just now.  :lol:

Managed to find it again where it was mentioned.

https://www.ukpunting.com/index.php?topic=3696.msg55449#msg55449

And here is the one on Saafe.
 
http://www.saafe.info/main/index.php?topic=6256.0

Quote from: OTTAggressiveGirlFromSaafe
He made to walk out! I stood in his way and told him I'd wasted an hour of my life organising the appt and wasn't happy! He said he'd stay and got � out. It wasn't the amount that we'd agreed. I told him. He went to walk out again... I told him he wasn't walking out, I was going to kick his arse out and if he even looked at me again, I'd call Mellors from the garden!!! ( I did kick his arse too, as he went out of the back gate!!)
If he didn't fancy me, he could've walked away at the start... He was a shitbag and if anyone wants his number, PM me ok?xwx
« Last Edit: March 31, 2013, 06:03:27 PM by AnthG »

Offline Matium

I had totally forgotten about that thread till you mentioned it again just now.  :lol:


Fortunately, I have a very good memory, :)

Ravanelli



The problem is you do not know who else is in the flat. And some girls can react way OTT. She will not think I am unattractive so deserve this. She will think he is a timewaster who has booked just to find out where I live, or get a glimpse of me and possibly go psycho for your wasting their time

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Anth makes a very good point. Happened to me just yesterday, only I walked five minutes into the appointment and asked for some of my money back. There was obviously other people in the flat because I heard them. When I asked or my money back the girl went into the other room shouting in Romanian or whatever Eastern European language she spoke. There was 30 seconds where I braced for whatever might come my way but I'm a rough Northern lad who I like to think can look after himself reasonably well. If you're rather more mild mannered then its not an approach I'd recommend and more often than not the door step is the place to make the decision on whether to walk or stay.

Offline Lz-129

Anth makes a very good point. Happened to me just yesterday, only I walked five minutes into the appointment and asked for some of my money back. There was obviously other people in the flat because I heard them. When I asked or my money back the girl went into the other room shouting in Romanian or whatever Eastern European language she spoke. There was 30 seconds where I braced for whatever might come my way but I'm a rough Northern lad who I like to think can look after himself reasonably well. If you're rather more mild mannered then its not an approach I'd recommend and more often than not the door step is the place to make the decision on whether to walk or stay.


So what happened after 30 seconds? Did you get your money back or no?

Ravanelli


So what happened after 30 seconds? Did you get your money back or no?

The full story is here...  https://www.ukpunting.com/index.php?topic=11922.0


Anth makes a very good point. Happened to me just yesterday, only I walked five minutes into the appointment and asked for some of my money back. There was obviously other people in the flat because I heard them. When I asked or my money back the girl went into the other room shouting in Romanian or whatever Eastern European language she spoke. There was 30 seconds where I braced for whatever might come my way but I'm a rough Northern lad who I like to think can look after himself reasonably well. If you're rather more mild mannered then its not an approach I'd recommend and more often than not the door step is the place to make the decision on whether to walk or stay.

And this is a valid point, too; Rav.

I write as an older, slightly disabled, member of this community [so unable to run if there was a "heavy" in the flat] who's confessed in another thread to being nearer to the fluffier end of the client spectrum.  Personally, I would have difficulty in saying on the doorstep something as blunt as, "Sorry, darling, you're not what I was looking for", which was why I was looking in the OP for suggestions for euphemisms.

I think you should always tell her why you are walking or she will simply think you're a 'timewaster' and continue doing whatever she's doing.
If you are walking because her pics don't look like her (she's older or fatter than what was advertised) then tell her.

If she hears it often enough and can see it's costing her time and money she might do the decent thing and update her pcitures.

I think you should always tell her why you are walking or she will simply think you're a 'timewaster' and continue doing whatever she's doing.
If you are walking because her pics don't look like her (she's older or fatter than what was advertised) then tell her.

If she hears it often enough and can see it's costing her time and money she might do the decent thing and update her pcitures.

+1 ditto tell her exactly why u are walking


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