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Author Topic: miss-erika - timewaster  (Read 4875 times)


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Offline mattylondon


Hi chaps,

You guys know this more than most (same as us WG's):
In my (humble) opinion, perhaps the 'moral' of the story (post) is that a degree of discretion and most importantly a sensitivity and deference to the demographic and majority populas of the arena in which one is posting.  In my mind, the reaction to miss-erika's posting was almost certainly inevitable. 
How touching. My memory is a little hazy about resurrected threads and honestly, I can't be bothered to read it! It might have been better to start one off of your own?

In the spirit of openness, perhaps you can PM me your profile link, so that I might provide you with some punter's constructive feedback, as you're seeking 'enlightenment''. Men are visual creatures, so if you genuinely wish to learn but don't want to fall foul of the touting rule, I'm happy to provide you with feedback via PM only.  :hi:

And as I always speak the unvarnished truth, unlike your average prossie, I don't accept your comparison of my word, with the word of your average prossie that I've ever known on here, or elsewhere. I ain't the same as you.

Cheers  ;)

Offline SuffrageforNuffrage

Hiya,

Do you really think I said 'nothing'?  Why do you think that?  Sorry you found it 'boring', that certainly wasn't my intention!  All I can say is that I wrote truthfully. 

Thanks for letting me know, anyway.

xxxx

Offline Ali Katt

She really can't spell populous can she?

Offline mattylondon

She really can't spell populous can she?
Prossies making spelling mistakes? mmmm!  :D

Offline Ali Katt

Hiya,

Do you really think I said 'nothing'?  Why do you think that?  Sorry you found it 'boring', that certainly wasn't my intention!  All I can say is that I wrote truthfully. 

Thanks for letting me know, anyway.

xxxx
Maybe I'm too quick to judge, but everything you said could have been summed up in a paragraph I'm sure. Ms Erika hasn't posted since, so it's unlikely she'll reply. A simple private message would have been better from her. I think this topic is pretty much done and dusted. A lot of people may believe Ms Erika bid on a booking she had no intention of offering and threw a strop when she got called out for it - that's what I believe happened. I've yet to hear a WG admit to a mistake, except being late for a booking. A guy receives bad service and he says something, the WG will say he had cheesy knob, the WG gets a booking and she changes her mind because she overslept - the punter will be accused of not phoning or not booking properly - most punters know the convention and they would be more accepting of an honest excuse.

Offline SuffrageforNuffrage

Prossies making spelling mistakes? mmmm!  :D

Hi there,

With regard your noting my dumb ass spelling mistake, nice one, well spotted, a spelling mistake t'was indeed, sir, and none should be allowed to 'slip through the net'.....ever :D  I'm curious as to what relevance one's profession/how they earn a living etc has to the presence of a spelling mistake in their writing?  It's not clear what your question is, Matty?  Obviously a question, not a statement due to punctuating with a question mark, yet there appears to be no question.  As head of the grammar police :lol: , I am eager to ascertain as to why, unless linguistically flawless themselves, one would time to draw attention to the small lexical error of someone else.

Cheers xx

Offline SuffrageforNuffrage

Maybe I'm too quick to judge, but everything you said could have been summed up in a paragraph I'm sure. Ms Erika hasn't posted since, so it's unlikely she'll reply. A simple private message would have been better from her. I think this topic is pretty much done and dusted. A lot of people may believe Ms Erika bid on a booking she had no intention of offering and threw a strop when she got called out for it - that's what I believe happened. I've yet to hear a WG admit to a mistake, except being late for a booking. A guy receives bad service and he says something, the WG will say he had cheesy knob, the WG gets a booking and she changes her mind because she overslept - the punter will be accused of not phoning or not booking properly - most punters know the convention and they would be more accepting of an honest excuse.


Hi,

Just read your reply and was interested as to why you would be concerned with the speed of the application of judgement upon my post, rather than questioning why one would be judging it, at all?  Assessing, disregarding, disputing, scorning, blah blah, sure, but 'judgement'?  Is this not a somewhat extreme position to adopt in response to what is merely the opinion of another person?

Surely you would have to admit that the examples you give of the blame always being swayed towards the punter, could easily be swapped round and posited from the polar opposite? 

"An honest excuse"..........ia there such a thing?  Wouldn't that be a oxymoron?

Cheers x

Offline Ali Katt

Hi there,

With regard your noting my dumb ass spelling mistake; nice one, well spotted - a spelling mistake t'was indeed, sir and no more shall be allowed to slip through the net....ever!:D  I'm curious as to the relevance one's profession/how they earn a living, etc has to the presence of a spelling mistake in their writing?  It's not clear what your question is, Matty?  Obviously, a question, not a statement, due to punctuating with a question mark; yet, there appears to be no question.  As head of the grammar-police :lol: , I am eager to ascertain as to (why, unless linguistically flawless themselves) one would take the time to draw attention to the small, lexical error of someone else.

Cheers xx
The ? was used correctly, but you know that. E.g. SuffrageforNuffrage? Who is she?

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Surely you would have to admit that the examples you give of the blame always being swayed towards the punter, could easily be swapped round and posited from the polar opposite? 
I'm not a prossie, the Primark stilettos don't fit.

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"An honest excuse"..........ia there such a thing?  Wouldn't that be a oxymoron?
No, an honest prossie would be oxymoronic.
« Last Edit: August 01, 2012, 04:01:41 AM by Ali Katt »




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