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Author Topic: What is a pimp in the true sense?  (Read 8602 times)



I assume this gent is a pimp as he appears to try and pimp his wife for a high price, £250, and then watch as well.

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Offline broksonic

Men that let their wives or girlfriends escorts are pimps.
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Offline Minmatar

So if I drive a pro$$ie to a booking in my cab that makes me a pimp. ????????????

No. you work for a taxi company and are thus paid as a professional driver. your passenger regardless of thier profession is hiring you for your ability to deliver them to thier destination.

i think the term "pimp" is out of date with these modern times. i find it funny that one man or woman with an internet site, a car and a mobile phone can be labelled a pimp where as an escort agency can do the exact same work but isn't tarnished with such a negative image. would you in all fairness refer to an estate agent as a pimp for helping you buy and sell a house and arranging all the technical details? after all he takes a cut from any sales of property...and yes i know we can all think of other words/phrases to describe estate agents lol

we only ever here about the "bad pimps" trafficking young girls into misery, drug addiction and abuse, it would be refreshing to here from some of the WG's about their "managers" and how they view the situation.

disclaimer: i am, nor have i ever been a pimp/madam/manager/escort agency

Offline CoolTiger

No. you work for a taxi company and are thus paid as a professional driver. your passenger regardless of thier profession is hiring you for your ability to deliver them to thier destination.

i think the term "pimp" is out of date with these modern times. i find it funny that one man or woman with an internet site, a car and a mobile phone can be labelled a pimp where as an escort agency can do the exact same work but isn't tarnished with such a negative image. would you in all fairness refer to an estate agent as a pimp for helping you buy and sell a house and arranging all the technical details? after all he takes a cut from any sales of property...and yes i know we can all think of other words/phrases to describe estate agents lol

we only ever here about the "bad pimps" trafficking young girls into misery, drug addiction and abuse, it would be refreshing to here from some of the WG's about their "managers" and how they view the situation.

disclaimer: i am, nor have i ever been a pimp/madam/manager/escort agency

Worked for an Estate Agent?? :D


No. you work for a taxi company and are thus paid as a professional driver. your passenger regardless of thier profession is hiring you for your ability to deliver them to thier destination.

i think the term "pimp" is out of date with these modern times. i find it funny that one man or woman with an internet site, a car and a mobile phone can be labelled a pimp where as an escort agency can do the exact same work but isn't tarnished with such a negative image. would you in all fairness refer to an estate agent as a pimp for helping you buy and sell a house and arranging all the technical details? after all he takes a cut from any sales of property...and yes i know we can all think of other words/phrases to describe estate agents lol

we only ever here about the "bad pimps" trafficking young girls into misery, drug addiction and abuse, it would be refreshing to here from some of the WG's about their "managers" and how they view the situation.

disclaimer: i am, nor have i ever been a pimp/madam/manager/escort agency

I think you may be wrong there.  Jim is a london cabbie who gets his fares of the ranks or the streets.

Online Jimmyredcab

I think you may be wrong there.  Jim is a london cabbie who gets his fares of the ranks or the streets.

I don't work for a taxi company, I am a self employed owner driver.    :hi: :hi:

Offline mh

Men that let their wives or girlfriends escorts are pimps.

No, surely not "let". Men that encourage or demand/insist their wives or girlfriends escort and benefit from the income are pimps.

If a woman decides she wants to escort I don't see how her partner is a pimp just because he didn't prevent her from doing so.

And there could be a small number of guys who get off on the fact that their wife is able and willing to escort but he/they don't need or give a toss about the money, they are not necessarily pimps either. It's the control/coercion for gain.
« Last Edit: November 06, 2013, 11:58:32 AM by mh »

Offline Minmatar

I don't work for a taxi company, I am a self employed owner driver.    :hi: :hi:

even as a private hire taxi driver, you are by your own words "employed owner driver" being a professional driver myself the phrase that is often used is "for hire or reward"

a pimp would be someone in my mind,  that coerces a woman to part with money having performed a sexual service. where as an agency wouldn't use intimidation or threatening behaviour to receive their "cut"

so if i am employed by an escort agency to drive a WG to her client, then i am not a pimp. if the WG gives me payment it is for the service of driving her to her destination that i am being paid for. this same principal is used by the agency themselves, they are simply there organise a booking for the WG... this is why you get the disclaimer about "we dont sell sex, what happens between the client and the girl is at thier own discretion" etc etc etc... you get the picture.

incidentally, out of curiousity i wonder if there is actually a "pimp/madam" forum on the internet as there is this site for punters and others for WG's

Offline James999

No. you work for a taxi company and are thus paid as a professional driver. your passenger regardless of thier profession is hiring you for your ability to deliver them to thier destination.

Fucking hell talk about "Talking up a job" Minicabs are not "professional" they are simply guys (usually) who drive a car and work for a mini cab company, many of them not native Britains, and a high percentage having no skills or training so they become a minicab, Don't get me wrong they are useful but FFS lets not big them up as some form of professional  :wackogirl:

Offline Minmatar

Fucking hell talk about "Talking up a job" Minicabs are not "professional" they are simply guys (usually) who drive a car and work for a mini cab company, many of them not native Britains, and a high percentage having no skills or training so they become a minicab, Don't get me wrong they are useful but FFS lets not big them up as some form of professional  :wackogirl:

i politely disagree with you, for the "mini-cab" drivers have skills and training providing they have a valid UK drivers license as they have passed a test to say they are competant to drive on the road... just because they have then decided to ignore every rule that was ever written about safe driving, is a choice they and just about ever audi driver i have ever met has made.

i also suspect that they wouldalso have to have some sort fo license from a local authority as well but that is a matter i am not fully versed in so i defer this comment to those who are in the know.

Offline smiths

Fucking hell talk about "Talking up a job" Minicabs are not "professional" they are simply guys (usually) who drive a car and work for a mini cab company, many of them not native Britains, and a high percentage having no skills or training so they become a minicab, Don't get me wrong they are useful but FFS lets not big them up as some form of professional  :wackogirl:

Indeed so, most Minicab drivers i meet of mainly foreign extraction havent even got a clue how to get me from A to B thats how professional they are. Makes no odds to me as i tell them how to get me where i wish to go. Even any native Brits struggle with navigation in my experience, professional they arent. :hi:

Offline James999

i politely disagree with you, for the "mini-cab" drivers have skills and training providing they have a valid UK drivers license as they have passed a test to say they are competant to drive on the road...

FFS, everyone who has a licence has passed that test, why the fuck you bigging it up so much ? You sound as if you have just arrived in the country and are impressed by such small things as a driving licence  :hi:

Offline mh

Fucking hell talk about "Talking up a job" Minicabs are not "professional" they are simply guys (usually) who drive a car and work for a mini cab company, many of them not native Britains, and a high percentage having no skills or training so they become a minicab, Don't get me wrong they are useful but FFS lets not big them up as some form of professional  :wackogirl:

Doesn't the term "professional <whatever>" often just mean "someone paid to be a <whatever>"? In that regard, yes, they are professional. After that you can have shit cab drivers and you can have great cab drivers, just like you can have shit professional chefs and great professional chefs, or <whatever>....

Offline James999

It can mean paid, it can also imply a profession, being able to drive a car is not a profession, Jeez even my nan can drive  :music:

With regard to Mini Cabs, most tend to be Afghanis or Pakistanis, and they do it as they can't get another job as opposed ot being "professional"
« Last Edit: November 06, 2013, 02:30:23 PM by James999 »

Offline CatBBW

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It can mean paid, it can also imply a profession, being able to drive a car is not a profession, Jeez even my nan can drive  :music:

With regard to Mini Cabs, most tend to be Afghanis or Pakistanis, and they do it as they can't get another job as opposed ot being "professional"

They're mainly Somali round here.

Offline mh

It can mean paid, it can also imply a profession, being able to drive a car is not a profession, Jeez even my nan can drive  :music:

Then the use you mean is where you need to be a member of a particular body in order to practice your trade, lawyer, doctor, etc, etc. Clearly minicab drivers are not in that category. Black (or red?) cab drivers might say they are...


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