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Getting it out of a wallet and counting it infront of her just feels to me would come across sort of mean spirited and miserly.

Do you feel that they actually see the cash as a generous gift, and are in fact fucking you for free?
Or is this just one of your kinky fantasies?  :D

For the ladies who prefer an envelope, do you fantasise about not being a prostitute?

Offline AnthG

Do you feel that they actually see the cash as a generous gift, and are in fact fucking you for free?
Or is this just one of your kinky fantasies?  :D

Picture two scanarios for setting up the mood.

1. Here is an envelope. Girl grabs it runs to the other room. you get undressed she comes back you are pretty much undressed and all goes on well.

2. Man gets out wallet. Asks how much.
£100
Ok, (man licks his finger and thumb and goes); £10, £20, £30, £40, £50, £60, £70, £80, £90, £100
Man hands over just counted money in a clenched fist and drops it into the girls hand.
Girl tries to grab all the money and not to drop any of it and then walks out of the room with all the money to put it safe.

:)

Picture two scanarios for setting up the mood.

1. Here is an envelope. Girl grabs it runs to the other room. you get undressed she comes back you are pretty much undressed and all goes on well.

2. Man gets out wallet. Asks how much.
£100
Ok, (man licks his finger and thumb and goes); £10, £20, £30, £40, £50, £60, £70, £80, £90, £100
Man hands over just counted money in a clenched fist and drops it into the girls hand.
Girl tries to grab all the money and not to drop any of it and then walks out of the room with all the money to put it safe.

:)

Picture all other things being equal, what difference does the envelope make?

If you hand over the payment without an envelope, how does that ruin any kinky fantasies you might have?

:D

Offline yumyum3

"I disagree with this. I use an envelope. And cannot possible think of it without using one. And when I mentioned I do a few agreed it was what they do too.

Putting it in an envelope means its easy to hand over and definitely all there, and does not get any notes dropped on the floor.

Getting it out of a wallet and counting it infront of her just feels to me would come across sort of mean spirited and miserly.

And plus you can buy packs of 50 envelopes for a pound in poundshops. That should be enough to last you a long time."

Are you Forrest Gump? :crazy:

Offline AnthG


Are you Forrest Gump? :crazy:
?

Says the person not knowing how to quote a post properly :) >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>^^ (press that button there)

(just getting in banter spirit, not trying to kick off argument).

Offline Jimmyredcab

"I disagree with this. I use an envelope. And cannot possible think of it without using one.

I have always found this practice bizarre, maybe you think it is more respectful that the lady does not soil her hands on the actual cash ----- do you use an envelope when you buy your shopping in Tesco's. ????

Offline James999

"I disagree with this. I use an envelope. And cannot possible think of it without using one. And when I mentioned I do a few agreed it was what they do too.

Putting it in an envelope means its easy to hand over and definitely all there,

It does not mean it's all there, and the first thing any sensible pro$$ie would do is check it, the envelope is pointless, but perhaps it helps some deluded guys from the thought they are actually paying the girl to shag him.

And in the modern age wasting envelopes is not very Green  :hi:

Offline Jimmyredcab

It does not mean it's all there, and the first thing any sensible pro$$ie would do is check it, the envelope is pointless, but perhaps it helps some deluded guys from the thought they are actually paying the girl to shag him.

Yes and it also helps deluded women who don't see themselves as prostitutes.   :rolleyes:

Offline AnthG

I have always found this practice bizarre, maybe you think it is more respectful that the lady does not soil her hands on the actual cash ----- do you use an envelope when you buy your shopping in Tesco's. ????

It does not mean it's all there, and the first thing any sensible pro$$ie would do is check it, the envelope is pointless, but perhaps it helps some deluded guys from the thought they are actually paying the girl to shag him.

And in the modern age wasting envelopes is not very Green  :hi:

I should just keep shtum. But it was a direct quote of my post YumYum was saying there; Reply #22 in the thread. I am just saying this as you both quoted it seemingly suggesting you thought it was he saying this.

I disagree with this. I use an envelope. And cannot possible think of it without using one. And when I mentioned I do a few agreed it was what they do too.

Putting it in an envelope means its easy to hand over and definitely all there, and does not get any notes dropped on the floor.

Getting it out of a wallet and counting it infront of her just feels to me would come across sort of mean spirited and miserly.

And plus you can buy packs of 50 envelopes for a pound in poundshops. That should be enough to last you a long time.

Offline AnthG

I have always found this practice bizarre, maybe you think it is more respectful that the lady does not soil her hands on the actual cash ----- do you use an envelope when you buy your shopping in Tesco's. ????
And with regards to this question.

The two times I paid my driving instructor (which was £300 for for 20hrs). I put it in an envelope.

I would say as a personal motto anything over £60 I would envelope it. And its really just for as a nice easy and tidy way to store on the way travelling there and to hand over a hefty sum of many notes in one easy go.

(just getting in banter spirit, not trying to kick off argument).

Picture all other things being equal, what difference does an envelope make?

Not trying to kick off an argument, just trying to understand how an envelope enhances the experience. My guess is that you go for a girlfriend experience, and an envelope enhances that particular fantasy in your mind?

As for a prostitute regarding you as mean spirited and miserly for simply not using an envelope, perhaps the problem is with her own lack of comfort with her chosen profession? Or you are projecting that discomfort onto her?

Offline AnthG

Not trying to kick off an argument, just trying to understand how an envelope enhances the experience. My guess is that you go for a girlfriend experience, and an envelope enhances that particular fantasy in your mind?
This one was answered with my driving instructor example.

As for a prostitute regarding you as mean spirited and miserly for simply not using an envelope, perhaps the problem is with her own lack of comfort with her chosen profession? Or you are projecting that discomfort onto her?

No what I was meaning by this was counting it infront of her is suggestive of mean spirited. Like you disrespect having to pay for it.

What smiths does with the money bag is probably another great way to do it. But I already have a whole pile of envelopes so willl keep doing that.

Offline outofthegame

And with regards to this question.

The two times I paid my driving instructor (which was £300 for for 20hrs). I put it in an envelope.

I would say as a personal motto anything over £60 I would envelope it. And its really just for as a nice easy and tidy way to store on the way travelling there and to hand over a hefty sum of many notes in one easy go.

How many lessons do u need?  :sarcastic:

My approach is to have a clear discussion about cost before hand and take exactly that amount in one picket plus another 20 quid in another pocket in case she invents an extra I want to try.  The thought of taking a wallet, phone or watch into a punt fills me with dread.

Offline AnthG

How many lessons do u need?  :sarcastic:

The average learner uses 40hrs to learn to drive. I may need maybe 50. And am not ashamed to admit that at all. I want to be good and safe at this not just pass. I have passed my theory and the daft point and click hazard but not have my actual practical yet.

No what I was meaning by this was counting it infront of her is suggestive of mean spirited. Like you disrespect having to pay for it.

I don't see how counting the money, or requesting the money be counted, is suggestive of being mean spirited?

Unless your intention is to be mean spirited.  :hi:

Offline James999

My approach is to have a clear discussion about cost before hand and take exactly that amount in one picket plus another 20 quid in another pocket in case she invents an extra I want to try.  The thought of taking a wallet, phone or watch into a punt fills me with dread.

I agree, the only cash in my pocket is the agreed fee, with a couple of £10 notes tucked away in another pocket just in case, but that's it, no need for an envelope to seperate the cash as that is all I have in my pocket, carrying other stuff into a punt (credit cards, wallet, license, etc) is just foolish.  :hi:

This one was answered with my driving instructor example.

I think I am begging to understand, for you, not using an envelope is bad manners?

Here is an envelope. Girl grabs it runs to the other room. you get undressed she comes back you are pretty much undressed and all goes on well.

What if she comes back and says you are £20 short, and on top of that calls you darling?

What mood is created in this situation, that could not have been avoided by simply having the money counted in front of her?

Offline Sailormack

The average learner uses 40hrs to learn to drive. I may need maybe 50. And am not ashamed to admit that at all. I want to be good and safe at this not just pass. I have passed my theory and the daft point and click hazard but not have my actual practical yet.

Anth

You are one of the slowest learners I have ever known.

I would budget for 100+

Offline AnthG

What if she comes back and says you are £20 short, and on top of that calls you darling?

Then for me I am in trouble as I only ever take the exact agreed amount with me.

I think I am begging to understand, for you, not using an envelope is bad manners?
No the envelope is for ease of carrying and passing the money. Having a money bag and giving the girl this like Smiths does is basically the same as an envelope and equally good.

Counting the money out infront of her, depending on how nifty and classy you can handle it, could be construed as bad manors. (we all know how absolutely sensitive escorts are). - Say on another forum you count the money infront of her you will be immediately premodded for it :)

Counting the money out infront of her could, and I will say again *could*, be perceived to be disrespectful like you are begrudging in handing over the money.

Offline AnthG

Anth

You are one of the slowest learners I have ever known.

I would budget for 100+
Thanks for the vote of confidence.

And to counter your argument. I have been doing this for about a year now. I feel a bit well versed in this. Whereas most of the people on another forum have been doing this for years and are as naive and as fluffy as a bag of feathers.

Offline Sailormack

Thanks for the vote of confidence.

And to counter your argument. I have been doing this for about a year now. I feel a bit well versed in this. Whereas most of the people on another forum have been doing this for years and are as naive and as fluffy as a bag of feathers.

Yeah. that Tellytubby forum is a terrible place  :sarcastic:

No the envelope is for ease of carrying and passing the money. Having a money bag and giving the girl this like Smiths does is basically the same as an envelope and equally good.

Fair enough, I guess carrying and passing the money can be difficult for some people, and requires an envelope.

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Counting the money out infront of her, depending on how nifty and classy you can handle it, could be construed as bad manors. (we all know how absolutely sensitive escorts are). - Say on another forum you count the money infront of her you will be immediately premodded for it :)

Counting the money out infront of her could, and I will say again *could*, be perceived to be disrespectful like you are begrudging in handing over the money.

You could give her the money, tell her how much is there, and then ask her to count it for you.

This is a small favour to ask, with or without an envelope.  :hi:
« Last Edit: May 25, 2012, 04:51:29 PM by JohnShaft »

Offline outofthegame

The average learner uses 40hrs to learn to drive. I may need maybe 50. And am not ashamed to admit that at all. I want to be good and safe at this not just pass. I have passed my theory and the daft point and click hazard but not have my actual practical yet.
Am only teasing u bud. Better to be safe than sorry...

Offline yumyum3

"I disagree with this. I use an envelope. And cannot possible think of it without using one. And when I mentioned I do a few agreed it was what they do too.

Putting it in an envelope means its easy to hand over and definitely all there, and does not get any notes dropped on the floor.

Getting it out of a wallet and counting it infront of her just feels to me would come across sort of mean spirited and miserly.

And plus you can buy packs of 50 envelopes for a pound in poundshops. That should be enough to last you a long time."

Are you Forrest Gump? :crazy:
« Last Edit: May 25, 2012, 05:55:55 PM by yumyum3 »

Offline yumyum3

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction on the quote front anth. :drinks And glad you realised it was light-hearted :D I have now put in my post as intended and if you could explain to me how to delete/edit a post I would be delighted :)


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