I think wg lie down to have sex is not the sex part. The most difficult part i think is kissing, OWn, rimming(giving), CIM, COF. As those stuff really make the difference between clean or not. Mentally, if the wg already tried her best to please you, and punters still judge them eg. the service was crap, fat old womenl worst punt ever, saggy boobs. At this point, it is deteriorating someone spirit as she has tried her best.a
IMO, how punters perform on bed isnt bother much for the wg.
Thats only half the tale. There is no duty on the punter to be 'grateful' or treat WGs like they are care in the community. Its important to give a balanced review if its going to help other punters. Reviews - except on Adult-lick-my-anus-work - are NOT for the benefit of the WG, to help her get into some sacred bloody book of Guinness Fanny Records: they're there to help punters choose wisely so n they dont lose out when they are forced to spend extortionate amounts of moolah just to satisfy a natural human urge.
Theres nothing worse to 'deteriorating someone's spirit' (what a gross phrase!) than believing a false profile, handing over money and then see big saggies and rolls of fat tumble out of a dress, be told he's lucky and should be nice cos its a busy day and things on the likes list are extra and the baby starts crying in the next room and ... .
If a girl has saggy milk paps but a great attitude, give her credit for both.
But maybe you are a union rep from Save the Sloppy Slappers? I'm sorry, if someone is crap or otherwise ill-suited to their job its better for customers and themselves that they find out sooner rather than later. It sounds harsh, but it is true in the long run.
An ideal review, for my tastes and requirements anyway, should have
a) name, phone number if published, and webpage link
b) approximate location, except for openly trading parlours (full) and if the venue is clean, whether attractive, easy to find, park etc
c) prossie's apparent age, looks, body type
d) accuracy of profile
e) attitude, services, and whether the punter considered the punt value for money.
It's about the punt essentially, not the person, if you can understand the difference. A crap punt for one person might be good for someone else the next day, but a punter can only report what he experiences - and let the reader make up their own mind. I'm not defending vicious reviews - just honest ones.
How forgiving would you be if it was a mechanic fixing your car? Omit to mention he didnt re-connect the brakes, in view of the fact thst he was 'doing his best'?
You'd call him a stupid bastard that out to be stacking shelves - preferably in Khazakbloodystan.