I must be a cunt then, I can honestly say that I have never said "thank you" to a prostitute, never felt the need to.
I will say "thank you" if someone holds the door open as I enter a shop ------------- but that is because they are doing me a favour, a prostitute is being paid for a service and does not need to be thanked.
Well put, although Nightkid has also said it all, cheers, mate.
What fluffycunts don't seen to realise is that there is a difference between social politeness and coming and UKP to sending grovelling reviews like plaintive messages in a fucking bottle.
Would you go down to the pub and eulogise about the binman to your mates? "Ooooh you know, he emptied every
bin! Truly amazing
service! I can't thank him enough!" You'd be locked up!
Even talking about a hairdresser like that is pretty girlie. People all deserve a modicum of politeness should you need to speak to them. This is not a forum for speaking to prostitutes. It's more akin to speaking to your male friends (if you have any) down the pub.
People should be acknowledged,
where and when appropriate, for doing the job that is expected of them. A company director might say to a cleaner or the locksmith, "Great job!" as means of acknowledgement and a display of magnanimity. He (or she) wouldn't put it in the company report. The office manager or person responsible for sourcing the cleaner or locksmith might say that they seemed reliable and efficient if asked, simply as a means of keeping tabs if such services were required again. Or the opposite, if they weren't. And that is where UKP reviews and talk of prossies should really be at.