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Author Topic: Your clothes for a punt  (Read 2745 times)

Offline MisterP

Sorry if this has been asked before, but was just curious as to how much it matters when you punt and if you have a preferred choice of styling.
Your clothes are off within a few mins, right?  Or you like it when she unbuttons your sharp suit from work but then you just head straight into the shower thats offered.
And so to any of the girls here, how much of an impact does it make when you're looking at them through your peephole or from your window when they ring the bell?  Is there a perception for when he turns up in jeans and trainers?

I remember one of my first punts ages ago and i was all smartly dressed and my housemate asked where I was off to.  "Oh nowhere.  Back in half an hour.."   :blush:

I always dress smart causal. If I am going to a hotel, I'm usually looking like I am going to a business meeting but normally without a tie. Sometimes carry a briefcase (containing my own towel and some shower gel!!).

I like to make the effort to look half decent, which is probably still shit in the eyes of the escort as I'm probably older than her Dad. I won't turn up in jogging bottoms or a bobbly old cardigan because I might remind her too much of her GRANDDAD!

I actually DO go to business meetings so no eyebrows raised if I bump into someone I know  :hi:

Offline MisterP

Always been cautious being too smart and visiting a dodgy flat or 2* hotel and heading straight to the lift.

Always been cautious being too smart and visiting a dodgy flat or 2* hotel and heading straight to the lift.

I don't go to such places  :P


I just wear what I usually do... Don't want the missus wondering why I'm all dressed up with apparently no place to go...

Was supposed to have a punt  today but am now unable to go as somethings popped up at work so no early get away..... Gutted

Offline mofukker

 
Don't want the missus wondering why I'm all dressed up with apparently no place to go...

so the missus wears the trousers? i tell the wife " im going out , back in a few hours" and thats it

Offline mudlark

Work clothes if going after work, casual from home - not really out that much thought into it.


so the missus wears the trousers? i tell the wife " im going out , back in a few hours" and thats it

Haha not about wearing the trousers its about not being found out, getting a divorce, loosing my kids, house, money assets etc etc etc..... I don't disappear in my day to day life with not a word so to suddenly begin would look suspect   :Despecially to my trousers wearing missus

Offline Dano

You got me worried now about what I should wear for my first punt next Friday...

Offline Matium

If you're married then you have to be discreet, if you're a single guy then you have nothing to worry about.



Like this obviously.

You store the condoms under your top hat.


Offline haystacks79

Something that fits into the area you're visiting, or that won't look suspicious if you meet someone you know. For me it's generally jeans and polo shirt if it's warm, jeans with t-shirt and jumper now it's cooler, and a jacket as required.

Offline Ali Katt

I just wear what I want, as long as my clothes are clean there isn't an issue.

Offline potata72

Work clothes if going after work, casual from home - not really out that much thought into it.

This applies to me as well.

Offline Dani

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, how much of an impact does it make when you're looking at them through your peephole or from your window when they ring the bell?  Is there a perception for when he turns up in jeans and trainers?
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I am not bothered what a punter wears when he visits me.  Some come straight from the building site whilst others wear suit and tie.  As long as the person is dressed appropriately for my area which does mean does not dress like most of the street thugs then I am happy.

However try and wear a belt that is easy to open with one hand and the and check your shirt as some buttons are a bloody nightmare to undo as are some cufflinks. 

Offline MisterP

I am not bothered what a punter wears when he visits me.  Some come straight from the building site whilst others wear suit and tie.  As long as the person is dressed appropriately for my area which does mean does not dress like most of the street thugs then I am happy.

However try and wear a belt that is easy to open with one hand and the and check your shirt as some buttons are a bloody nightmare to undo as are some cufflinks.

Nice to know.  I've been influenced by a lot of profiles stating they're "Always clean, presentable and always well dressed and would appreciate the same from you..."

I dress casual and normally wear a blue sports cap which one of the girls i see thinks its part of an
eloborate disguise lol its not by the way.  ;)

Offline MisterP

..And is it kept on during proceedings?

Offline up_peri_scope

I go in whatever suits the day and location.
I like the idea of a sports cap and might purchase one to go with my stick on moustache and monocle. :hi:

I ensure that I am clean, showered and dabbed with a little aftershave. I make certain to have clean socks and undies to change into as close to the time of the punt as possible

Offline Stiltskin

As it's almost Halloween I would probably just leave the car at home and turn up on my bike dressed like this.



Offline Cactus

I just wear what I want, as long as my clothes are clean there isn't an issue.

That's what I do too.
If I've been working I'll wear the work gear which is usually a shirt, formal trousers and a pair of DM's.
If I'm going just for the punt then I'll wear my usual everyday get up, jeans/shorts and a t-shirt.  Smart(ish), but not over the top or too scruffy.

I also prefer a woman to be more casual for the booking too.


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