Not sure if this has been covered before but sometimes I find that when seeing a new escort, they seem a little apprehensive when the door opens and I step in. I try not to look nervous or anything, in fact I do smile and be cheerful but it sometimes doesn't work. It's possibly a natural response to a situation as the escort will never really know what the guy is like. Is there a certain way to break the ice and tactics fellow punters might use to turn slightly awkward situation in to a more less tense one? Is the escort at fault here for not being as welcoming/professional as they should be or am I not trying hard enough?
That's something which has occurred to me, fmg; because before I retired, I had a job in which I had to visit people in their own homes and could never be totally sure about the reception I'd get on my first visit.
I'm an older punter who does his homework before usually selecting a mature/milf SP to visit. Once I've booked an appointment, I usually send the girl an e-mail telling her a bit about me [including my approximate age and the fact that I'm disabled, but that the disability doesn't stop me enjoying myself in the bedroom]. This has two purposes: the girl gets a mental picture of what I'm like before we first meet; and, although I don't spell this out for her, she the option of declining the appointment if she wants to. So far, none ever has.
Similarly, as was noted on another thread recently and as I know from personal experience, it can be an icebreaker if you're seeing one of the WGs who contribute to this Forum.
One little problem I've noticed on both my last visit to a local Parlour to see someone who'd been recommended on here and on a visit to a WG's flat in a modern block which is so energy-efficient that the corridor lights turn off automatically when sensors indicate that nobody's around is that my "Reactions" glasses couldn't adjust sufficiently quickly to dim lights! In future, I'm wearing my spare [non-"Reactions"] pair!!