On the thread, "Doing a runner on first seeing the WG", King Nuts wrote this
... on the odd occasion when I've felt slightly sorry for her, I've given her a tenner anyway, and then baled. Don't know if that makes things worse or better though.
That post, together with a recent experience, made me wonder whether you ever "tip" the WG at the end of a session.
I recently saw a WG whom I'd seen once before, about 6 months ago. I paid her almost as soon as she'd let me into her flat of course but, as I was getting dressed again afterwards, I felt that she'd put so much of herself into giving me a good service that I decided, for the first time that I can remember, to give her a tip and slipped her an extra tenner before I left [I'd seen her for an hour @ £100].
I should add that I have "form" in this respect. On my second visit to the WG described below, I offered her the difference between the amount of her time & companionship I'd paid for on my first visit and the length of her time [& companionship!] I'd received. She declined it immediately.
One of my Regulars is definitely a "rare gem"; she has a very generous attitude when it comes to the clock. It never starts ticking until we've gone into the bedroom after having had a catch-up over a cup of coffee and it's kept on ticking long after it ought to have stopped. It makes me feel a really valued client.
Anyway, as I was on my way home from my recent visit, I didn't think about whether I should have tipped her, but wondered if what I'd done was unusual. What's the consensus?