As we know working ladies often like to make references to their clients as being Gentlemen, and I have often wondered what they actually mean by that and I welcome any lady’s input on this one.
The Oxford dictionary has a few definitions of the word, but the applicable one here I think is it’s first one: A chivalrous, courteous, or honourable man
When I was young and naive I had the impression that when they referred to clients as gentlemen that it was a case filtering out the so called riff raff and young bucks which made me feel as though I wouldn’t fit into their desired category of clientele cause I’m not a toff and could splash my money around like a drunken sailor on shore leave. I’m a knock about working class man. (Yes for me the Jimmy Barnes song is an anthem)
Fast Forward 12 years I’ve now been smartened up to things. My thoughts on it in the beginning were laid to rest. A lady’s definition of such is simply a man who treats her with courtesy and respect. Well I think I well and truly fit into that category and I’m not just blowing my own trumpet there cause I’ve had it confirmed by return e-mails from ladies who I’ve sent thank you notes to after sessions with.