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Author Topic: Why ask about my relationships?  (Read 2590 times)

Offline richie

I usually make up some shit on the spot. I thought this was would flummox her:

WG: 'What do you do for a living?'
Lurtz: 'I'm a worm farmer.'
WG: 'What type of worms?'
Lurtz: 'Blood worms.'
WG: 'Do people buy many worms?'
Lurtz: 'Oh yes. It's big business in coarse fishing.'
WG: 'Oh.'


but what if she's a keen angler?

Offline Lurtz


but what if she's a keen angler?

This was a risk I was willing to take. I once told a girl I was a journalist. I thought she'd have a spazzy fit, but all she said was, 'Am I likely to have read any of your stuff?' I said, 'No, I write for the Journal of Crustacean Biology.'

Offline SSPete

On the bassis I dont want to get divorced I only give my first mame, am happy telling what I do but not who for (common job) and I only ever do incalls.

that said and done I have made good friends with one wg who for some unknown reason I trust implicitly. she knows all the stuff I've never mentioned to the others, we grab lunch/drinks socially from time to time and she's even been to my house to update her aw profile  :D

Guess I just broke all the rules then  :dash:

I am exactly the same in terms of only incalls and sharing honest but fairly sketchy info. I am pretty inexperienced at this (and am also married with a young family) but think if you use common sense in terms of choosing who to punt with, you've got very little to worry about. I find the decent ones usually share a bit of info about themselves anyway. I know we're not there on a getting to know you session, but for me a bit of this adds to the meet.

Offline k

Several women have shared their full real names with me, told me all about their families and friends and in some cases I've met their family and friends.  Women often have as much to lose as us men by being indiscreet, but I agree that there are cases where it is wise to be careful what one says.  I always use my real name these days, but when I first started out I always used a fake name.

Offline k

This was a risk I was willing to take. I once told a girl I was a journalist. I thought she'd have a spazzy fit, but all she said was, 'Am I likely to have read any of your stuff?' I said, 'No, I write for the Journal of Crustacean Biology.'

If she's an expert on Crustaceans you can always say you meant Crushed Asian Biology.  The way they pack them into those trains in Tokyo is not good for the health.

If I say what my occupation is it always interrupts the proceedings with requests for free advice for the lady or a relative or friend. This may distract me from the business in hand (as it literally may be in hand by then!

So I usually suggest I can tell them when we have finished. Then if I tell them later, the curious questions come thick and fast. They often tell me more about themselves at this point.

But why should I give them free advice? I am paying them. But having done their business with them, it would not be right for them to do my business with me, not professional to do that, so I suggest a colleague for them. I would often love to help but it would never work, having been close up down and dirty I cannot recruit them as clients.

Offline Ali Katt

I change my occupation more times than I change my socks, if a working girl asks. I've worked in an office, been unemployed, been a cleaner, been a university researcher, chef. If it gets awkward you can always say you don't want to talk about work.

Offline up_peri_scope

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The problem I have with WGs is some of them not believing my age. They think i'm under 18

I was asked last year the same question.  :dance:
This completely threw me off guard and paid double    :sarcastic:

Offline yumyum3

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This was a risk I was willing to take. I once told a girl I was a journalist. I thought she'd have a spazzy fit, but all she said was, 'Am I likely to have read any of your stuff?' I said, 'No, I write for the Journal of Crustacean Biology.'
Well, unless she had crabs of course and then you may have been able to publish an interesting research article :)

Offline Joe Blob

Well, unless she had crabs of course and then you may have been able to publish an interesting research article :)

 :D :D :D :D


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