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Offline jpduk

Hi all, my first post here, how easy was it for you guys to first visit a parlour any tips or advice ?
I toy with the idea of popping into one but havent got the balls. it would deffinatley be after a few bevvies if i ever did
Im a very shy & self conscious sort of person. I have paid for it for the first time on holiday in vegas its hard not too there what a great place that is. I met the girl in the bar took her to my room i was nervous at first but she put me at ease. So a bit different to a parlour experience.
I wouldn't like to go in and not find any of the girls attractive i dont think its likely though im not too fussy but i do have some standards LOL Dont want to look a fool walking out

You can walk into a parlour and if not like the girls walk out, just be nice about it.

Plenty of guys do it

Offline mh

Hi all, my first post here, how easy was it for you guys to first visit a parlour any tips or advice ?
I toy with the idea of popping into one but havent got the balls. it would deffinatley be after a few bevvies if i ever did
Im a very shy & self conscious sort of person. I have paid for it for the first time on holiday in vegas its hard not too there what a great place that is. I met the girl in the bar took her to my room i was nervous at first but she put me at ease. So a bit different to a parlour experience.
I wouldn't like to go in and not find any of the girls attractive i dont think its likely though im not too fussy but i do have some standards LOL Dont want to look a fool walking out

Best advice - don't drink the bevvies before visiting! You can walk out - who would be embarrassed? You don't have to go back...

Offline CBPaul

Does it have to be a parlour ? I can understand why you may be nervous about visiting one but you can do a bit of research first and if you really don't like anything on offer when you get there apologise and walk out. You probably won't go back and it won't be the first time it has happened to them, half a mile down the road and you'll feel OK.

Alternatively have a look through AW and pick an indie who appeals. In all probability it won't be like your Vegas experience but at least it will be 1 on 1 and so more discrete and less reason to be apprehensive.

Follow the advice on here and ask for any information on the girls you are interested in and you'll be going in the right direction. 

Offline wristjob

I've seen enough independents in my time but only a few parlour girls. I went to my first one in years recently and yes it was very nerve wracking. You have a maid, other customes potentially waiting in reception and potentially hot half naked girls walking around who you don't want to see as you wait for one you do. Like anything do it a couple of times and the nerves go. If the place has a website it might be best to pick a girl and book in advance or even just go to an indy instead?

I toy with the idea of popping into one but havent got the balls.

This aint the right sport for you then.  :D


Offline jpduk

This aint the right sport for you then.  :D

LOL, I have 2 parlours close by that I know about there is another one but not sure about it

Offline smiths

Hi all, my first post here, how easy was it for you guys to first visit a parlour any tips or advice ?
I toy with the idea of popping into one but havent got the balls. it would deffinatley be after a few bevvies if i ever did
Im a very shy & self conscious sort of person. I have paid for it for the first time on holiday in vegas its hard not too there what a great place that is. I met the girl in the bar took her to my room i was nervous at first but she put me at ease. So a bit different to a parlour experience.
I wouldn't like to go in and not find any of the girls attractive i dont think its likely though im not too fussy but i do have some standards LOL Dont want to look a fool walking out

The Parlours i sometimes punt in are by appointment only nowadays, so i could book from outside in the hope a WG was available or knock on their door to ask the same, but i usually book on the day by phone to ensure i get a booking. Years ago most Parlours in my area were literally walk-ins off the street. If you dont fancy a WG just walk is my advice. I hear oop north some Parlours charge a door fee for entry which is no-refundable, Saunas used to do that in London, i wouldnt pay such a fee now.

One bit of advice NEVER trust a maid/receptionist unless they have proved they are ok, most of these people usually WGs or ex-WGs are blatant liars with one objective, to get you to the punt and hope you stay thinking with yor dick, same with Agency receptionists, in fact they were the worst but i dont punt through Agencies anymore. The qualification required for such a thing seems to be the ability to lie to punters convincingly or to be a quick learner when they get on-the-job lying training from the pimp/manager. Also NEVER rely on the clocks in a Parlour, one in London, HOD 2 has a tendency to rob punters of time, thats a receptionists trick as well, possibly some WGs as well, use your own watch and ensure the WG sees you looking at it, i always make a point of saying the time so the WG is clear, in particular newbie WGs to me and i do this again in the breaks, i rarely get conned out of time. As Parlours/WGs want as many punters in per day as possible conning some minutes or more here and there per punter could mean they can fit another punter in.

Offline denneboom

Which part if the country are you in ?

Most of my punting is done in parlours as I just find it so easy, sometimes I turn up having had a couple of beers but I strongly wouldn't recommend doing that. There is no need to book and some if them are open all night long.

As mentioned by others, if you don't fancy anyone, or if you have an sort of bad feeling - walk away.
Some parlours have a website or twitter presence so you can check who is working, I'm from Birmingham so there is a bit if choice up here, but it all depends on what services you like and what type of girls you desire.

Offline Michelle Independent

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You should not drink if You planning on visiting WG. They might not want to offer you a service. Its same like with every other business. Do you feel embarassed to walk in clothing store and walk out if you dont like their clothes? No. Same here. You dont like-You dont stay.  Hope it will go well.

Online James999

You should not drink if You planning on visiting WG. They might not want to offer you a service. Its same like with every other business. .

No it's not, the only concern a pro$$ie has about alcohol is that they may have to work a bit harder getting the guy to come, but despite this when you turn up at the door and they smell your ca$h you will get serviced, a pro$$ie may talk about turning people away but the reality is it's money talks   :hi:

Offline Michelle Independent

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I am not a drinker myself so i do not see people under influence. So you can talk how you THINK it is and let someone in this business talk about how it REALLY is. In fact i would turn people down. If you have rules than they are for everybody.. If you change rules depending on situation than is not point having them at all.
« Last Edit: October 23, 2013, 05:06:27 PM by Michelle Independent »

Online James999

As I said above what pro$$ies say and what they do are often not the same.

As for your comment "under the influence" you sound like you have cut and pasted that without knowing what it means, do you have a set alcohol limit / breathaliser on hand to establish the level of intoxication, or is it just something you like to say as you think it sounds nice  :music:

If someones pissed and falling all over the place then some may turn him away, but a few drinks means nothing  :hi:

Offline Michelle Independent

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You love to bully people ;) if you will speak and write in my language as i do in yours than we can have a conversation but thats off topic now.

Online James999

I simply asked how you determine if someone is "under the influence" you must have a method otherwise they are meaningless words, and what is the alcohol limit you set ?

Offline Michelle Independent

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I do not see people from whom i smell alcohol. Not everybody is the same and as you say that money talks... Well..not to everybody i suppose. Some people have a rules and do not break them. I am a smoker but  for the comfort of my customers that are non smokers i make sure you cant smell nothing. I just give the guy advice to not to go after drinking as he may be turned down. Also if he cant get it up or cant come, can really make him feeling low about himself.

Online James999

  for the comfort of my customers that are non smokers i make sure you cant smell nothing.

You mean you think they can smell nothing  :cool:

Offline wristjob

Alcohol can make people a bit feisty. I'm pretty sure a WG would turn down a punter if she thought he might gie her a load of aggro. If they have previously had bad experiences in that respect then even more liely they would

Offline bighands

You mean you think they can smell nothing  :cool:

+1   Smokers who think non-smokers can't smell / taste it are living in cloud cuckoo land.

Offline Dani

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+1   Smokers who think non-smokers can't smell / taste it are living in cloud cuckoo land.

I agree.  I smoke but I have one before I enter my work flat then shower and wash my hair and do not have one again until I have left the place.  That way neither I nor my apartment smells of smoke.  I now use the new fake cigarettes that come in different flavours in my apartment so all you can smell is strawberry from that.  I did used to smoke at work as I thought no one could smell it until a guy asked if I smoke as there was a faint tinge of it in the air (regardless of air freshener and cinnamon Yankee Candles) so I stopped completely at work

As for alcohol I state quite clearly on my profile that the smell of it makes me gag so I do turn away people who have been drinking before hand as I can hardly give them a service while vomiting on them.  I don't care how much money I may lose (ok I do care about it but physically cannot get close to someone who stinks of booze).  When I used to be able to tolerate the smell I used to see men who drank before hand but only if they were walking and talking as normal and not slurring or stumbling as I don't know if they are a happy drunk or an aggressive drunk and was not willing to find out 

Offline Lz-129

+1   Smokers who think non-smokers can't smell / taste it are living in cloud cuckoo land.


That's not always true is it?

« Last Edit: October 23, 2013, 07:02:21 PM by Lz-129 »

Offline Michelle Independent

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That's not always true is it?
Nope. Most of my customers are surprise when i say that i am actually a smoker. But everybody may have different experiences i guess.

Online James999

Nope. Most of my customers are surprise when i say that i am actually a smoker. But everybody may have different experiences i guess.

No offence and all that, but no one really gives a fuck in that situation it's your tits & fanny they are interested in and will say whatever they think you want to hear   :P

Offline Michelle Independent

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No offence and all that, but no one really gives a fuck in that situation it's your tits & fanny they are interested in and will say whatever they think you want to hear   :P
You did not tell me nothing that i dont Already know ;) no offence taken.

Offline Barry Shipton

No offence and all that, but no one really gives a fuck in that situation it's your tits & fanny they are interested in and will say whatever they think you want to hear   :P
Will you two just stop flirting with each other and get a room!


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