1. Join the forum today, and help make it interesting, exciting & informative.We have great friendly members. New members are welcomed to post adverts for the first two weeks.Once you are a member you will be able to view photos and attachments and use many features that guests can't see.Once you have joined the forum you need to get your first post up for your permissions to change to full membership.

Has anyone ever bailed from a W/L?

Discussion in 'WA & PERTH SEX FORUM' started by Gavi_J, Sep 6, 2013.

  1. happy2

    happy2 Legend Member

    Posts:
    5,924
    I see txting as good for initial contact are you free on ? Then a get to know you call to follow up
    Dallas and Tania like this.
  2. colzilla

    colzilla Guest

    Texting is a BS way of communicating... period
  3. Dallas

    Dallas Legend Member

    Posts:
    1,993
    I like texting only for confirming dates and times with someone you already know.

    But for any kind of normal communication I really hate it, I find it's a sure way give the wrong impression and upset someone. Even our friendly forum here where we're known it's easy for a message to get misinterpreted, texting just multiplies that risk.
    TraceyFace likes this.
  4. colzilla

    colzilla Guest

    Well said D. I've destroyed plenty of good paid relations by misinterpreted texts... Being sarky via text never translates.
    Dallas likes this.
  5. happy2

    happy2 Legend Member

    Posts:
    5,924
    Sarcasm ,as you say does not work in txt's but neither in direct phone calls I am only guessing of course as sarcasm is a total stranger to me Never been sarcastic in my life
    But I have lied so you never know
    Dallas likes this.
  6. happypirate

    happypirate Staff Member Super Moderator

    Posts:
    4,720
    Ahoy I do agree Txting should be very limited, and, it does have its failing.
    Eyyyyyyeeee and I use my Hook, so txting is just a Pain LOL
    Barbosa likes this.
  7. colzilla

    colzilla Guest

    Sometimes my sarcasm gets me into trouble.
    Dallas likes this.
  8. pamplonabull

    pamplonabull Silver Member

    Posts:
    54

    the implication in your story is that only a true "gentleman" stays even tho he has been conned thru false advertising. you say that he "felt he was too much of a gentleman to leave so in he went."
    who do you think you are making the connection between someone who lets themselves be conned and a "gentleman"? what a ridiculous statement. he stayed because he's a wimp. if he was a "gentleman", as i see it, he would carry a certain level of self-respect and got the hell out ASAP.

    being a "gentleman" has nothing to do with allowing yourself to be robbed of your cash

    as a man, i take offense to the definition you have applied to the term
  9. Dallas

    Dallas Legend Member

    Posts:
    1,993
    The way I read it, it was the guy in question that made the connection, not the author...

    "He was disappointed and very embarrassed but felt that he was too much of a gentlemen to leave so in he went."
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2013
    Tania likes this.
  10. pamplonabull

    pamplonabull Silver Member

    Posts:
    54
    very good point dallas. i apologise if this is the case. although i read vivian's very last sentence as being more in support of my view, than the one you have presented.

    if i got it wrong, i apologise.

    and i iterate - a gentleman holds his head high... AND WALKS!!!
  11. happy2

    happy2 Legend Member

    Posts:
    5,924
    I think the sad story is more about the confidence of the man in question rather than
    Whether he is a gentleman or a lout As pamplonabull says a confident man even if nervous would walk away as would a confident gentleman or a confident lout But a nervous man and maybe a man of low self esteem would stay
    Dallas likes this.
  12. Dallas

    Dallas Legend Member

    Posts:
    1,993
    I see your point pamplonabull, Viv has equated for the sake of her fun story - gentleman with whimp which I see from a person who I know has the kindest heart in the world, not to be offensive. Your point is also valid that a true gentleman isn't a whimp and won't get pushed around. Happy2 really sums it in that the story is about the confidence and self esteem of the man in question. I liked both the story and Viv's wording as it was a good lesson presented by a lovely lady who's intention was to enlighten us in a humorous way ;-)
    Tania likes this.
  13. bepp712

    bepp712 Gold Member

    Posts:
    463
    Yes I have and would do it again if the same happened.Rang a number in The West Personals,spoke to a very well educated Asian lady,arranged time for appt and got address ,Drove to block of appartments and rang number, again spoke to same lady and was given appartment number.When the door opened was met by an Asian lady late 20's ,skimpily dressed ,and pranced around like a 16y.o. Worst part was she didnt understand a word I was saying and could not even speak two words of english that made sense .Even tho I'd booked for an hour ,after 30mins of her nonsense,giggling and prancing about saying,oohh aahh, I got dressed and left,slamming her door and flywire doors as hard as I could .
    As i ran down the stairs I looked back and saw her open the door and look,by then I was gone
  14. Vivien@Langtrees

    Vivien@Langtrees Legend Member

    Posts:
    578
    Thank you Dallas for defending me you are a real honey. We will have to catch up when you return.
    pampionbull I am sorry if you took offence to my description and I totally agree every gentlemen deserves the truth and should be able to leave with his head held high if he feels he has been misled or scammed.
    A lot of these girls that advertise falsely rely on the fact that men will be too embarrassed to walk away. I referred to him as being a gentlemen out of respect and the way he treated me. There was no disrespect intended to you or any other gentlemen xx
    Tania and Dallas like this.
  15. Yoda

    Yoda Chief Administrator Staff Member Admin

    Posts:
    2,575

    Omg....that's one of the scarier stories in punting I have heard. What was going through your head.
    Tania likes this.
  16. pamplonabull

    pamplonabull Silver Member

    Posts:
    54
    i flew in to perth today and a friend of mine told me he telephoned a woman advertising in the West. i think he called her on Wednesday. she offered RNT in perth's southern suburbs.

    he asked if he could visit her that night but she said she was only working days and that he should make a booking for the follwoing day. he obliged, despite admitting that he wanted a massage that night. she told him to ensure that he cancelled their appointment for the following day in the event that he did pursue and secure a massage that night. he then admitted that he would try and get a massage that night (couldnt wait horny bugger), but would definitely call to cancel if he did.

    she then iterated...wait for it... that he definitely must not forget to notify her if he's not going to make it because she is booked on the hour, every hour, 5 days a week from 8 til 5 and will need to fill that spot if he doesnt want it. suffice to say he quickly went and booked elsewhere for the night and shot her a text later on to cancel.

    who on earth would want to see a woman who is that busy? that is a flashing light to the neighbours and you would expect your car rego to be written down and handed to the police at some stage.

    and if she's not that busy and she just wanted to apply time pressure and get him to book, is she too thick to realise that saying what she said just pushes intelligent punters away because they dont wanna get caught up in a sting...
    Gavi_J likes this.
  17. colzilla

    colzilla Guest

    Miss Iffy are the private girl$.

    Try booking Jess out of The West and Escort and Babes fame... She's a bundle of laughs.

Share This Page