Here's a short excerpt from a proflle. What do you think guys - interesting, enticing or bullshit?https://www.adultwork.com/626377
~The Bit about You and Me~
"Superficially", it's a transaction, yes. But it's so much more than that (to me). It's me, my life and my time. Every action has a reaction. And so I (try to) choose carefully who I share that with.
I am genuinely thrilled by what I do and the people I meet. And obtain as much enjoyment from the intellectual and social side as I do from the physical. Yes, really.
I like to focus on quality and satisfaction, not quantity - and with me you will get my full attention both physically and mentally and an unrushed experience. So if you are genuinely interested in seeing me, then please email to arrange in advance.
~The Wooing Bit~ (not to be underestimated)
Please do not just send me booking requests without a separate email to tell me just a little about yourself. No life history required but just a little something (name, age, profession etc.) For me, this starts to build a little connection and creates anticipation. After all, we're likely to become a lot more close and personal - so it's a tad silly to start off completely impersonal. And the more enticing you make your introductory email sound, the more likely it is that I'd be interested, tempted & intrigued to meet you.
I will have no qualms about declining a meeting request if I feel that something doesn't feel right. Whilst I do not discriminate, I do not entertain anyone who comes across as discourteous, monosyllabic or asking for something I do not offer. And though I do not expect you to be superman or a brain surgeon, I am very selective and will only agree to meet those I feel will stand a chance of turning into a great meeting.