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Author Topic: preferred incall location  (Read 2638 times)

guys what is your preferred incall location ?

busy ? quiet ?


bit tipsy so never maybe put it right

meant more middle of nowhere or like town centre, i jhave found since i have moved my regs want me to meet them incase they get the door wrong where as new ones say its very discreet

Offline Cactus

Tricky one.
My last punt was in a village with about 12 houses, it was fine, although she see's very very very few guys ad only did an incall as I'd seen her before in Edinburgh a few times.
Generally I punt in Edinburgh and I would probably say I prefer it to be a busier location, that way you can kind of get in and out of the venue without anyone really batting an eyelid.  If there is a flow of guys in and out of a flat in a busy street then I think people (apart from immediate neighbours perhaps) are less likely to notice.  To have a stream of guys in and out of a semi-detached in a housing estate, you might see the net curtains twitching a bit more.

The location itself should be pretty discreet though.  The Blowjob Queen in Edinburgh is in a very busy location and she gets alot of guys through the door (first punt I met the next guy in the stairwell), but it's a fairly discreet flat.

The biggie for me is that there is parking near by.
« Last Edit: November 05, 2012, 10:50:25 PM by Cactus »

Offline ncarter

Hmmm..

I have to say I prefer quiet locations, I don't mind it if they are in places just off of a busy road. There are a couple of parlours I know of where they are in office buildings where going in and out is fine (depending upon the time of day) as if you are in the right outfit, no-one will batter an eyelid, I suppose I only really though about this with regards to parlours, I never gave a thought to flats, but now I do, for a flat, I agree with Cactus Jock and think flats on a busy road are better, but parlours down a quiet street off of a main road are my preference.

Offline Stiltskin

I've visited plenty of locations over the years, some good, some bad...

Bad locations
A house on a residential street - one of the worst locations for me, the neighbours must know what's going on.

The flat opposite the shop - the shop keeper is there all day and must see the stream of guys coming and going.

Terraced house with no porch - ring the bell and stand in the street whilst the neighbour's curtains twitch, no thanks!

Entrance up fire escape - I went to a place once in East London where the entrance to the flat was up what looked like a fire escape. As well as being seen walking up the stairs you could also be heard, as the steps made a hell of a racket.

Local authority flat - I hate the ones where you have to walk past 10 other windows to get to where you're going. The flat next to the stairwell is always best.

Family run hotel - what are these girls thinking booking into these places.

Good locations
Top floor penthouse with lift - probably the best apartment I ever visited was on the top floor of a luxury block of flats. It was the only apartment on the top level. When you got in the lift people had no idea where you where going. When you got out there was only one door to knock on. When it comes to apartment blocks, the bigger the better for me.

Secluded country house - I visited this one girl that lived right out in the sticks. The garden was so secluded you could have fucked on the grass and not be seen. The only downside would be getting stuck on the lane in winter. There's no way you'd make it out there in snow unless you had chains/socks fitted. An unexpected snow storm could really ruin your day.

What about your worst ? :wacko:

Mine would be a council flat in the middle of a well dodgy estate in Paisley.

Great girl, but walking there and back from the station would test my nerves every time !

Online Jimmyredcab

When a prostitute chooses somewhere to work from she should consider two factors, first of all it must be possible to park near to the premises and if it is near a train station that is even better.
She should avoid dodgy looking council estates, that would scare some punters away.  :scare:

Offline cunnyhunt

It has not been of concern to me where the location is, I do not think strangers or onlookers opinions are of interest to me.

If the area is violent I think two times before booking.

Here's a tip.

If you are going to a residence.....home/flat rather than a hotel/parlour.......tuck a clipboard under your arm. Then you are just a bloke going in to 'read the meter', quote for new carpets, value for re-letting, sell double glazing, sign them up for a charity of your choice...... :hi:

Offline Sailormack

Here's a tip.

If you are going to a residence.....home/flat rather than a hotel/parlour.......tuck a clipboard under your arm. Then you are just a bloke going in to 'read the meter', quote for new carpets, value for re-letting, sell double glazing, sign them up for a charity of your choice...... :hi:

Even better to wear a hi-vis vest  :drinks:

Even better to wear a hi-vis vest  :drinks:

I thought the idea was to be 'low-viz'   :D

Hmmmmmmm.........I wonder if the local workwear shop will make me a hi-viz with 'Punter' on the back? Or maybe UK Punting? Or just UKP?

It could be the way forward.......if all punters turned up with a clipboard, wearing wellies, hard hat, and hi-viz with 'UKP' on the back then we'd all know who was 'on the job'.........  :thumbsup:

Christ don't do that - they'll think you're canvassing for UKIP !!!

Offline Matium

What about your worst ? :wacko:

Mine would be a council flat in the middle of a well dodgy estate in Paisley.


Converted block of flats on a former industrial estate in Marseilles, only half the factory site had been converted and there was still rubble, debris and broken glass everywhere. For some inexplicable reason, the building workers seemed to vanish from the site for weeks on end and what should have been a straightforward job took ages to complete.

The WG only took the flat because it was cheap.

Offline Steve2

When a prostitute chooses somewhere to work from she should consider two factors, first of all it must be possible to park near to the premises and if it is near a train station that is even better.
She should avoid dodgy looking council estates, that would scare some punters away.  :scare:

+1

Flats above shops seem to work well and large anonymous blocks are an advantage too

One I regularly visit is RIGHT next to a tube station and above a shop on a busy road. It's been there a while and parking nearby for free

Offline smiths

+1

Flats above shops seem to work well and large anonymous blocks are an advantage too

One I regularly visit is RIGHT next to a tube station and above a shop on a busy road. It's been there a while and parking nearby for free

Agreed, for me parking preferably free is essential but a WG will get some punters travelling by public transport so covering both is smart.

A flat in a block is discreet and anonymous that has a communal door. I personally dont care about nosey neighbours but some punters certainly do enough to scare them off, the curtain twitchers are great for neighbourhood watch but can be a pain when punting.

Busy or quiet areas make no odds to me. ;)

Online Jimmyredcab

+1

Flats above shops seem to work well .

Yes, especially when they have a rear entrance, the famous Giggles parlour in Ilford was located above a bank.

Offline Ali Katt

Quote
Good locations
Top floor penthouse with lift - probably the best apartment I ever visited was on the top floor of a luxury block of flats. It was the only apartment on the top level. When you got in the lift people had no idea where you where going. When you got out there was only one door to knock on. When it comes to apartment blocks, the bigger the better for me.
Any apartments or similar are good, as they have large numbers of people going in and out each day. Plus they are usually city centred and nice to be in.
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Secluded country house - I visited this one girl that lived right out in the sticks. The garden was so secluded you could have fucked on the grass and not be seen. The only downside would be getting stuck on the lane in winter. There's no way you'd make it out there in snow unless you had chains/socks fitted. An unexpected snow storm could really ruin your day.
These places are only good if you have a car or are willing to drive and pay the extra travel cost. I had to cancel a booking because "10 mins from the city centre" was actually about a 50 mile drive.

Bad locations
A house on a residential street - one of the worst locations for me, the neighbours must know what's going on.

I really hate houses on quiet residential streets, a discreet flat is better - you can just slip in and out.

Offline mofukker

let me tell you i once had an incall 45 mins in my old workplace - a lock up unit , you should try it

Offline Stiltskin

let me tell you i once had an incall 45 mins in my old workplace - a lock up unit , you should try it

What's the address? :P


Offline Stiltskin

What about your worst ? :wacko:

Mine would be a council flat in the middle of a well dodgy estate in Paisley.

Great girl, but walking there and back from the station would test my nerves every time !

My worst one was on a council estate. The thing is the address was on the edge of the City (Royal Mint Street) and I was expecting a posh apartment. The last thing I was expecting was a council house. The place was grim, but the girl was quite nice.

The one down the passageway by the newsagents ? I remember it well (mostly fondly).

A tale of two titties for me - one woman I saw had none, literally none, just nipples on a totally flat chest; another had the best pair I've ever seen before or since...


Ah, memories :-)

Offline ncarter

The one down the passageway by the newsagents ? I remember it well (mostly fondly).

A tale of two titties for me - one woman I saw had none, literally none, just nipples on a totally flat chest; another had the best pair I've ever seen before or since...


Ah, memories :-)

Sure you don't mean mammaries  :)


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