Now I Know Prossie age have a bit of poetic licence.
But Do You really except to see a 24 yr old when you book one?
I don't mind a few years personally say a 28 year old being actually mid thirties.
What do you think when you book a 20 year old who turns out to have a 15 year old child?
Also do you think that older Prossies are less likely to take such liberties with their age or is it that a 50 year old can get away with advertising 40 years old if she is fit enough.
Younger WG's can get away with a lot with me as I am buggered if I can tell the difference between a 20 and a 30 year old if she is fit enough.
When the wrinkles start to appear then I am fairly sure I can tell a late 30's from a late 20's
Now dress sizes ?
I am completely buggered
It actually got me thinking about how we estimate age. A retired GP friend of mine seemed always to be able to guess fairly closely -- which he put down to a lifetime of experience (it being something a GP has to notice).
If you know civvies in the different age brackets it's easier. I've seen noticeable changes in long term friends from when they were 18 or 19 to even to early twenties and again as they pass thirty.
I think there's another factor though that punters (or any buyers) tend to use, and that is if you feel generally pleased when she opens the door you are more likely to overlook a small age discrepancy. You go to a hotel or restaurant and like the service and staff and overlook a cold coffee, but if they are offhand then the cold coffee stands out as a signature complaint. Same with prossies.
Few write an honest profile (they are projecting a fantasy, so for most of them it is a fantasy that will be believable and that often includes an age and dress size they think will go mostly unchallenged). I've had prossies say to me, "What do you think is a good age for me to be?" and it is rather like the civvie who wonders "what is a good number of men to say I've slept with?"
There's three things I notice that I associate with age and my estimation of a prossie's true age. 1) her wrinkles: mostly these kick in as she turns thirty; 2) her skin tone: a smooth homogenous feel and colour to her skin is an indicator of not being older; 3) her attitude: not everyone 'grows up' uniformly, but most people do, in tastes, in outlook, in physical reactiveness, in awareness of others (some changes are 'good', some neutral and others less than good, but all indicators of age).
Commonest lies are saying she's 19 when she's early twenties, and saying she's in her twenties when she's in her thirties (both because the lie 'sounds better' and she thinks she can get away with it). Subtracting five years as soon as she is mid-twenties or above is so common as to be the norm. Only the very confident ones state their real age after that.
Booking blind (and I think all AW bookings are to an extent blind, as who knows how recent her face pic is even if she has one?) is always a gamble, part of the game. If she's an out-and-out liar and exaggerator, you can walk. Otherwise I just place my bets and then wait and see. I recognise that the only 'expectation' I have is a pleasant fantasy to get me warmed up on the way to the meeting.