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Gentlemen, PLEASE Take Note...


Jade Heart

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A few weeks ago, i was contacted by a gentleman for a first time booking with me. In his first message, he stated his name, the length of booking he was wanting and the desired time. No ping pong messages, and everything arranged within a couple of texts. Upon his arrival, i met him at the door and showed him to the bedroom, where i was handed a beautiful, long stemmed, red rose and an envelope. This was a gent that knew the 'rules' of the game, understanding the professional side of things and showing respect for the role that myself, and others like me, pay in today's society. That alone allows me to provide my best services; I felt relaxed, respected and and comfortable. Absolutely lovely man and a fantastic time had. And in general, this is the majority of all the clients I see. Reason being? As an independent escort, I choose who I see. If you're disrespectful on the phone or through text, move on. I'm not going to see someone in person when they're trying to undercut my prices or just be a disrespectful wanker on the phone. Like any business, there is a respectful process to enquiring after and booking an escort. When you're respectful and polite, you would be surprised in the difference of others attitudes. 

 

There are a lot of men that could and should take a lesson from this gent. This is how you book and greet an escort. 

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 I'm not saying a rose needs to be brought. I'm saying that this gents attitude and respect is what is expected. 

1 minute ago, numbat101 said:

Isn't the rose a bit over the top for someone who doesn't know you?

 

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1 minute ago, JadedEscort said:

 I'm not saying a rose needs to be brought. I'm saying that this gents attitude and respect is what is expected. 

 

 

I'm not sure that your problem clients are literate enough to belong to Punter Planet

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😂😂😂😂😂😂

 

On 12/11/2019 at 10:10 AM, numbat101 said:

 

I'm not sure that your problem clients are literate enough to belong to Punter Planet

 

In all honesty,  I was thinking that very same thought as I was writing this. Because from what I've seen so far here, the guys show the respect due, and even in critical reviews, said criticism has been given in a great and positive way. 

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You're so right. RESPECT is so important. You get out what you put in :)

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Thanks for your thoughts JE and I’m sure you didn’t mean to be as patronising as this reads. It’s nice to be reminded this isn’t something just afflicting men so thanks. 

 

Good luck. 

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On 24/11/2019 at 10:11 AM, Mudshark said:

I’m sure you didn’t mean to be as patronising as this reads.

@Mudshark Unfortunately I find this to be a problem with most written things these days, as i feel we all put a certain 'tone' to things when we read them (I know I'm guilty of it at times), but please know that patronising is the last thing I meant to sound like. Punters are my bread and butter, so to speak, and it would be pretty silly of me (not to mention completely hypocritical and disrespectful) to be so in a place such as this. I can honestly say I've been nothing but happy with P.P and those I've come in to contact with here as well as just those I've read. So I apologise if that was how I came across or if that's what anyone takes from this post, that most definitely was never my intention. ✌️

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@HunterDash I just see that as the best approach in any situation, until/unless the indiv. I am dealing with shows me a reason not to. (If that makes sense)

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27 minutes ago, JadedEscort said:

@Mudshark Unfortunately I find this to be a problem with most written things these days, as i feel we all put a certain 'tone' to things when we read them (I know I'm guilty of it at times), 

Yeah what she said

I glad I'm not the only one who feels this way about the written word

Some people are just gifted with the ability to convey tone in their writing but for the rest of us writing is a second language .

Thanks for your example of respect to patronizing as it was

( See that was meant as a joke can we get a sarcasm emoji )

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On 27/11/2019 at 11:20 AM, Rae said:

Thanks for your example of respect to patronizing as it was

😊😊😊 you're most welcome xx

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The mods on PP should think about adding a booking section for established members because the PP community doesn't accept idiots who don't respect working ladies.

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On 03/12/2019 at 9:22 AM, nev said:

the PP community doesn't accept idiots who don't respect working ladies.

 Definitely something that i have been nothing but thankful for. Admittedly the thought of advertising in such a place, being (i assume only) primarily male dominated AND where a disgruntled person can possibly destroy a girls business, i honestly didn't know what to expect. But it's got to be the BEST and most interactive place i have found to advertise and learn xx

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JE, I am new to these circles. I totally get where you are coming from. Respect manners and courtesy  so very basic.

 

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I find it so amazingly stupid to treat anyone poorly, let alone someone you want to be intimate with. If you want to get the best out of the session, pissing off the WL strikes me as a very poor option. Agree that gifts are not necessary, but I've never had a bad experience by treating someone well.

 

(aside from one particular ghosting of me, but that is a long story that given I am new here, will wait a bit before I share and get feedback from)

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I think that's how all you ladies should be treated respectfully 

 

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