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    Thumbs down Perfect example of asking questions that are crossing the line!

    So earlier we were having a discussion about what is and isn't appropriate things to talk about or questions to ask during a booking. I said that personally, when I ask questions....it's not because I am nosey or have a hidden agenda but more so, just trying to spark up some friendly, light hearted ice breaking chat and that I would hope that if my client felt uncomfortable with anything I asked that he would just make something up but then again, I know I would never ask anything that is really invading of ones privacy such as what's your real name? What do you earn each year? Where do you work (although I may ask what they do for a living but never where do they work) etc etc etc.

    People ask me questions all the time that I may not want to answer but rather than be awkward about it, I will just say something like I was brought up in the south side of Glasgow, that's all they need to know....I don't need to be spacific. If someone asked me my real name then I would say that it's one thing I definitely don't want to answer and that kendra is all they need to know.

    So then tonight some random guy from here with 11 posts to his name emails me asking me the address of my beauty salon.....I never once said I own a beauty salon though I have mentioned once or twice that I have started my own business in Glasgow recently which is why I can no longer tour.

    Now what on earth would make this person think that I would possibly want to share that information? I would like to think that when I do quit escorting that I can move on without any links to my escorting work. What has my private work got to do with my escorting work? When I challenged him he said he wanted to know because he thought I had retired......erm so what was he expecting? Me to give him my new works address so he could come for a massage and happy ending?

    So that rattled my cage a bit because I am not sure whether this person is incredibly stupid, nosey, rude or just plain stalkerish but there is absolutely no reason what so ever why this person would need to know where I work in my private life.

    He doesn't even have the excuse of trying to break the ice so it's less awkward since we aren't in a booking together, we haven't even spoken once prior to this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kendra View Post
    So earlier we were having a discussion about what is and isn't appropriate things to talk about or questions to ask during a booking. I said that personally, when I ask questions....it's not because I am nosey or have a hidden agenda but more so, just trying to spark up some friendly, light hearted ice breaking chat and that I would hope that if my client felt uncomfortable with anything I asked that he would just make something up but then again, I know I would never ask anything that is really invading of ones privacy such as what's your real name? What do you earn each year? Where do you work (although I may ask what they do for a living but never where do they work) etc etc etc.

    People ask me questions all the time that I may not want to answer but rather than be awkward about it, I will just say something like I was brought up in the south side of Glasgow, that's all they need to know....I don't need to be spacific. If someone asked me my real name then I would say that it's one thing I definitely don't want to answer and that kendra is all they need to know.

    So then tonight some random guy from here with 11 posts to his name emails me asking me the address of my beauty salon.....I never once said I own a beauty salon though I have mentioned once or twice that I have started my own business in Glasgow recently which is why I can no longer tour.

    Now what on earth would make this person think that I would possibly want to share that information? I would like to think that when I do quit escorting that I can move on without any links to my escorting work. What has my private work got to do with my escorting work? When I challenged him he said he wanted to know because he thought I had retired......erm so what was he expecting? Me to give him my new works address so he could come for a massage and happy ending?

    So that rattled my cage a bit because I am not sure whether this person is incredibly stupid, nosey, rude or just plain stalkerish but there is absolutely no reason what so ever why this person would need to know where I work in my private life.

    He doesn't even have the excuse of trying to break the ice so it's less awkward since we aren't in a booking together, we haven't even spoken once prior to this.
    Perhaps he was in Glasgow and in need of a crack and sack wax. lol


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    Why would he ask that? Drunk?
    Mr Cuddles. everyone needs a cuddle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kendra View Post
    So earlier we were having a discussion about what is and isn't appropriate things to talk about or questions to ask during a booking. I said that personally, when I ask questions....it's not because I am nosey or have a hidden agenda but more so, just trying to spark up some friendly, light hearted ice breaking chat and that I would hope that if my client felt uncomfortable with anything I asked that he would just make something up but then again, I know I would never ask anything that is really invading of ones privacy such as what's your real name? What do you earn each year? Where do you work (although I may ask what they do for a living but never where do they work) etc etc etc.

    People ask me questions all the time that I may not want to answer but rather than be awkward about it, I will just say something like I was brought up in the south side of Glasgow, that's all they need to know....I don't need to be spacific. If someone asked me my real name then I would say that it's one thing I definitely don't want to answer and that kendra is all they need to know.

    So then tonight some random guy from here with 11 posts to his name emails me asking me the address of my beauty salon.....I never once said I own a beauty salon though I have mentioned once or twice that I have started my own business in Glasgow recently which is why I can no longer tour.

    Now what on earth would make this person think that I would possibly want to share that information? I would like to think that when I do quit escorting that I can move on without any links to my escorting work. What has my private work got to do with my escorting work? When I challenged him he said he wanted to know because he thought I had retired......erm so what was he expecting? Me to give him my new works address so he could come for a massage and happy ending?

    So that rattled my cage a bit because I am not sure whether this person is incredibly stupid, nosey, rude or just plain stalkerish but there is absolutely no reason what so ever why this person would need to know where I work in my private life.

    He doesn't even have the excuse of trying to break the ice so it's less awkward since we aren't in a booking together, we haven't even spoken once prior to this.
    pretty easy put down the phone

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    Quote Originally Posted by naturis View Post
    pretty easy put down the phone
    Bit difficult to put the phone down when it was an email smart arse :P

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    I could only imagine it is someone taking the piss.

    I agree, just hang up lol

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    One thing for sure - he is up to no good - needs to be put in his place

    Jesus you are in Glasgow!

    Makes one wonder what kind of Pms the girls in Ireland get?0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kendra View Post
    Bit difficult to put the phone down when it was an email smart arse :P
    delete the email then :P, by the way when i'm not in great humour which is all the time i'm a sarcastic grumpy bastard and I vent here so don't mind the comments lol

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    Why would a guy want the address of a beauty salon? I am also wondering why someone on here would ask that as I would have thought the majority of guys on here were actually in Ireland, not Scotland.

    Very strange indeed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petros View Post
    Why would a guy want the address of a beauty salon? I am also wondering why someone on here would ask that as I would have thought the majority of guys on here were actually in Ireland, not Scotland.

    Very strange indeed!
    I think he is in Ireland, I don't think he realises I am in scotland x

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