Not Every Punter is Created Equal
So, you want to get the most out of your time with an escort, companion or provider? Have you ever seen the acronym YMMV?
YMMV means your mileage may vary, and this refers to how much or how little a provider will do in a session. Some providers will tell you up front your mileage may vary. This is saying you not every client receives equal treatment.
If you’re asking yourself why then keep reading. We’ll see why you should learn how to adjust your behaviour so you can get the best possible session. Now I am not saying it will work on every provider – some have a strict code they stick to (and they are absolutely entitled to it) – while others toy with the ‘grey area’.
I toy with the grey area.
There are certain things I do that I don’t advertise.
Here is an example of YMMV:
I have a client. He is a handsome man.
Sorry, forgive me for daydreaming about this handsome stud… I got sidetracked.
Our first appointment he wanted a massage, which comes with a happy ending. Well I don’t advertise CIM or facials. I will blow you but there are certain things I won’t do until I feel comfortable. He reviewed me saying that I didn’t do this and didn’t do that. So I politely messaged him and asked “How do you know what I do or don’t do? You never asked.”
Because I did not do it with you, doesn’t mean I don’t do those things. Since I have been in the business a while, I have relaxed my rules. However, I still use them. I tell the gentlemen I am not going to do something I don’t want to do, nor will I do certain things with a person I barely know. So this guy kept seeing me, and eventually he asked me for a facial: I allowed him to, because he proved he could be trusted.
The way a client treats a provider is a YMMV circumstance.
Treat her like gold, you can probably get whatever your heart’s desire. Treat her badly, she may end up making you wishing you had skipped seeing her.
So make your companion feel good. I am not talking about showering her with gifts. I mean treating her as a human and not a piece of meat. Those who pay attention to detail could be in good favour.
You read her website. It said leave the money in a white business envelope. Upon arrival to an incall site, after introduction, please excuse yourself to the restroom and leave that envelope on the back of the toilet.
Now, let’s say you don’t listen. If you bring a manila envelope with money and throw it on the table when you walk through the door, it’s a clear sign you can’t follow the simplest of directions. And that harms trust. Escorts appreciate clients who are nice, well-mannered and can follow directions.
I guess in the long run you have to understand YMMV for different reasons.
I have had guys who just wanted to lay together and cuddle. And I have had guys who had to be put on 48-hour bed rest from the sexothon. It’s different for everyone. But for those providers out there, like myself, with the YMMV motto: pay attention, be nice and don’t expect everything in one session.
One final note. If a provider does something for you that she doesn’t advertise: do not write a review about it.
Ask her first at the very least. Otherwise, it’s a breach of privacy. If she wanted everyone to know…she would advertise it. If you take a few of these things in to consideration, your mileage could just go right up.