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Author Topic: Not Clicking as an excuse for a shit punt  (Read 2252 times)

Offline Ali Katt

The not clicking reason seems to be a common excuse, mainly by prossies for being disinterested, not giving eye contact or even not offering services. Unfortunately, punters now seem to use it to justify a shit punt, rather than call the prossie out for being below par. In an old FR I realised I wrote we didn't, but her service were all up to standard, she just seemed a bit distant, but I would never excuse a shit service.

Offline Toshiba

I dont get this clicking thing, they just want ya money, i just want filthy sex

I dont really need to "click" and to me its a fool who thinks you "click"

Offline AnthG

I find the term not clicking annoying too. As like you say it means pretty obviously the girl didn't like you and made it obvious.

I say that as regardless of the personality you can have a fun time - if the girl is shy, as long as she is nice, its still a fun time, if the girl is hyper and fun its a fun time.

I get the feeling when people say we didn't click it means the girl was seriously up her own backside and thought the guy should just be pleased to be in her presence and acted posh, or like she was a supreme being who doesn't need to be friendly to you.

As like I say regardless of the personality if the girl is genuinely friendly then you click.
« Last Edit: September 09, 2014, 06:13:44 PM by AnthG »

I dont get this clicking thing, they just want ya money, i just want filthy sex

Agreed. It's a simple excuse below par pro$$ies continually use to justify dishing out shit service.

''Clicking'' is something reserved for dating games. Just like HC, I'm only after kinky, filthy sex.  :thumbsup:

Offline Dani

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I dunno.  Although it is no excuse for a shit punt you can click with people instantly.  I have many clients I have clicked with.  Not on a romantic level but on a basic  level.  We just got on straight away.  Clicking with someone can be as basic as everything just flowing naturally rather than it feeling a bit forced on either side.
When you don't click the booking can still be good I just don't think it can be great.  The best bookings are always the ones where you instantly feel comfortable and when everything from talking to sex feels natural and flows easily rather than someone having to keep saying what do you want to do or what do you like. 
For me clicking is that basic.  It is not anything to do with feelings. 
No different to when you meet people at the pub, some you instantly feel drawn towards and get on really well with and others you feel the conversation is stilted and not quite so comfortable.

Offline nova painted floozie

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As like I say regardless of the personality if the girl is genuinely friendly then you click.

Most of the tyme I think this is right, but some guys are so nervous/guilty/lacking in social skills that it can be an uphill struggle to get any kind of conversation out of them at all.
I don't ask personal questions about what job people do or if they are married obviously, but some guys literally do just sit there fully clothed, staring at the floor answering monosyllabically. Then it feels awkward to just abandon the conversation and start the physical stuff rather than it flowing naturally.
It's fine if the client would rather go straight to physical but some of them don't seem to indicate this OR want to chat which is really confusing.

Offline Toshiba


The term "click" is reserved for civvie dating, bringing it into punting is just fluffy, you dont click you just get a better acting experience

For most usual punters I believe any report on not clicking means I paid good money for a service and if the prossie is any good she will make u feel u have clicked even if we have not.  Anything else and IMO she is not good at her job even if she is a great fuck. GET REAL HERE, if they can't make u feel good for £'s why blame it on this click shit?

For most usual punters I believe any report on not clicking means I paid good money for a service and if the prossie is any good she will make u feel u have clicked even if we have not.  Anything else and IMO she is not good at her job even if she is a great fuck. GET REAL HERE, if they can't make u feel good for £'s why blame it on this click shit?

These are exactly my thoughts on this. The "click" happens when the wg is convincing enough with her show of lust/desire/affection/whatever to make it credible enough to me, her paying client. I know it's synthetic but am being entertained and to get completely lost in the moment is why I'm there.

Offline pleasure

I dont get this clicking thing, they just want ya money, i just want filthy sex

That sounds like a terrible deal, I'm not giving her my money so you can have filthy sex.

Offline pleasure

I'm quite happy when the punt's just a good fuck, as long as the girl is reasonably friendly. But it does raise it to another level when there's an unexpected connection between you and her. Some common interest perhaps, or just some inexplicable link.

It doesn't happen often, and I've no interest in a girl faking it. It's always blatantly obvious when they do. It's not fluffiness or EAS on my part, it's just more fun for me when there's that little something extra there.

Offline Daffodil

It's a bullshit excuse.

Do I need to click with my plumber for him to fix my shitter? Do I need to click with my postman to get my mail?

It is only made by prossies who give a crap service or fluffy punters who try to excuse it.

Offline hendrix

It should never be an excuse for poor service. However, I'd be amazed if anybody here thought that "clicking" or getting on, or whatever you want to call it, didn't result in a better punt. That applies to plumbers and postmen too (just to use daffs example), who if you get on, are more likely to say "Ok, I'll have a quick look at that extra thing I didn't quote you for" or "no worries, I'll leave it with a neighbour" instead of throwing it behind a hedge.

Surely?... Unless you're determined not to engage with anybody beyond your transaction,  in which case.. Fair enough I guess.
« Last Edit: September 09, 2014, 09:17:11 PM by hendrix »

Offline Jackjones

It should never be an excuse for poor service. However, I'd be amazed if anybody here thought that "clicking" or getting on, or whatever you want to call it, didn't result in a better punt. That applies to plumbers and postmen too (just to use daffs example), who if you get on, are more likely to say "Ok, I'll have a quick look at that extra thing I didn't quote you for" or "no worries, I'll leave it with a neighbour" instead of throwing it behind a hedge.

Surely?... Unless you're determined not to engage with anybody beyond your transaction,  in which case.. Fair enough I guess.

Second this, clicking can be the thing that turns an average punt into a great punt.
« Last Edit: September 09, 2014, 09:19:53 PM by Jackjones »

Offline JV547845

Clicking is just the cherry on top of a good punt, nice but not necessary.

Offline monstar

I don't think it should be used as an excuse for a shit punt, but instead something that adds to an already good one.

Offline unclesweetheart

If you want PSE then "clicking" is probably an extra that might be chargeable. It'd be a funny fucking Girlfriend Experience - or, rather, an all-too realistic one - if there was no feeling of intimacy, however brilliantly faked. Shared sense of humour, spending a bit of time chatting - it doesn't'matter if it's with a hairy fat builder or a shaven size 6 escort it makes the transaction more pleasant and you may even get a bit extra work thrown in for the price if you're lucky. That's all "clicking" means.
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Offline Daffodil

It should never be an excuse for poor service. However, I'd be amazed if anybody here thought that "clicking" or getting on, or whatever you want to call it, didn't result in a better punt. That applies to plumbers and postmen too (just to use daffs example), who if you get on, are more likely to say "Ok, I'll have a quick look at that extra thing I didn't quote you for" or "no worries, I'll leave it with a neighbour" instead of throwing it behind a hedge.

Surely?... Unless you're determined not to engage with anybody beyond your transaction,  in which case.. Fair enough I guess.

Indeed, but you're creating a straw man argument. Nobody is saying that you won't get a better experience if you click, but that you shouldn't get a bad service if you don't.

Offline nova painted floozie

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Indeed, but you're creating a straw man argument. Nobody is saying that you won't get a better experience if you click, but that you shouldn't get a bad service if you don't.
I actually agree with this, but there's not clicking and not clicking.
1. We didn't really have anythyng in common and he was a bit awkward but I did my best to be really enthusiastic and give him a great tyme = not clicking but providing a good service.
2. We didn't really have anythyng in common and he behaved quite strangely, spending 15 mins in the bathroom at the start of the booking, trying to shortchange me and whispering the word 'ferrets' during sex = not clicking and making it extremely difficult to provide a good service.
Ok 2 is an exaggeration but sometymes guys do pretty odd stuff. Great acting skills + patience of a saint required for this job.  :angelgirl:

Offline Ali Katt

I actually agree with this, but there's not clicking and not clicking.
1. We didn't really have anythyng in common and he was a bit awkward but I did my best to be really enthusiastic and give him a great tyme = not clicking but providing a good service.
2. We didn't really have anythyng in common and he behaved quite strangely, spending 15 mins in the bathroom at the start of the booking, trying to shortchange me and whispering the word 'ferrets' during sex = not clicking and making it extremely difficult to provide a good service.
Ok 2 is an exaggeration but sometymes guys do pretty odd stuff. Great acting skills + patience of a saint required for this job.  :angelgirl:
In example 2 in terms of the punter it would be for him to decide if it was good or not. He may have had a great time even if he was a little odd. With the first one it could still be a great punt. The original point was is some punters and prossies seem to excuse the inexcusable because they didn't click, which is open to interpretation as to what clicking really is.

Offline LL

Personally I've found I get a better experience if both I and the WG are relaxed.  I don't think this is the same as "clicking" as I'm not looking to make a new friend.  Some strangers I just find it easier to feel at ease with than others.  Imagine going to see a new hairdresser for the first time, a new dentist, or a new doctor.  The manner of the professional can help the client to relax.  When I go for a punt I always try really hard to make the girl relaxed and at ease as if she relaxes then I will be relaxed too.  It's exactly the same in an interview situation come to think of it.

Offline sam55

I actually agree with this, but there's not clicking and not clicking.
1. We didn't really have anythyng in common and he was a bit awkward but I did my best to be really enthusiastic and give him a great tyme = not clicking but providing a good service.
2. We didn't really have anythyng in common and he behaved quite strangely, spending 15 mins in the bathroom at the start of the booking, trying to shortchange me and whispering the word 'ferrets' during sex = not clicking and making it extremely difficult to provide a good service.
Ok 2 is an exaggeration but sometymes guys do pretty odd stuff. Great acting skills + patience of a saint required for this job.  :angelgirl:

 :D :D :D
The ferrets made me laugh out loud, now I've got to explain what I'm laughing at!!

Definitely gonna try that next punt though!  I hope it doesn't mean anything untoward in Romanian/Slovakian/Polish etc

Offline Daffodil

I actually agree with this, but there's not clicking and not clicking.
1. We didn't really have anythyng in common and he was a bit awkward but I did my best to be really enthusiastic and give him a great tyme = not clicking but providing a good service.
2. We didn't really have anythyng in common and he behaved quite strangely, spending 15 mins in the bathroom at the start of the booking, trying to shortchange me and whispering the word 'ferrets' during sex = not clicking and making it extremely difficult to provide a good service.
Ok 2 is an exaggeration but sometymes guys do pretty odd stuff. Great acting skills + patience of a saint required for this job.  :angelgirl:

So what's the point of typing it then?  :dash:

Of course if somebody turned up at your gaff, dressed in foil and howling at the moon, we wouldn't expect you to be able to give a reasonable service. But they don't, and to use it as an example is daft.

The guys from your earlier post, the shy ones or the guilty ones, are part and parcel of punting and they deserve a decent service. They are paying you a lot of money.

Sounds to me like you are just trying to justify your own shit service with the "not clicking"  excuse :hi:

Offline shagbambi

I do believe that "clicking" in punting happens.

It is the difference between epic punts and good punts.  Maybe the body parts just fit better, maybe you like the smell of each other or maybe you get off on each others humour.  It happens.

It is the difference between epic punts and good punts. 

Agree with that.

But it's rare. In 40 odd years of punting I can only think of a handful that I would rate as epic. Still bloody nice when it happens!


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