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    First: hi. This is a not meant to be a criticism, rather an observation and a question. I've punted regularly in several different countries, and in each of them I've found many girls offer a pricing model which tends to give more 'value for money' for longer visits (usually 1hr+): e.g. 80 for 1/2 hour and 120 for 1 hour with 100 for each hour after that. But here in Ireland, that seems to be largely absent. I rarely see escort prices for an hour differ from twice the 1/2 hour price (or occasionally twice - 10) and sometimes even the opposite: 50 for 1/2 hour and 120 for 1 hour! I'd think that such a model would make sense for escorting as it takes a certain amount of time to getting ready for a client whether they stay for 1/2 hour or 2 hours. Girls: is there any underlying reason for this or is it just not really thought about or am I just misinformed?

    Thanks!

    MB

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruongy View Post
    First: hi. This is a not meant to be a criticism, rather an observation and a question. I've punted regularly in several different countries, and in each of them I've found many girls offer a pricing model which tends to give more 'value for money' for longer visits (usually 1hr+): e.g. €80 for 1/2 hour and €120 for 1 hour with €100 for each hour after that. But here in Ireland, that seems to be largely absent. I rarely see escort prices for an hour differ from twice the 1/2 hour price (or occasionally twice - €10) and sometimes even the opposite: €50 for 1/2 hour and €120 for 1 hour! I'd think that such a model would make sense for escorting as it takes a certain amount of time to getting ready for a client whether they stay for 1/2 hour or 2 hours. Girls: is there any underlying reason for this or is it just not really thought about or am I just misinformed?

    Thanks!

    MB
    Coma,and paragraphs are useful.

    Ohh and hi

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    Quote Originally Posted by bettercallsaul View Post
    Coma,and paragraphs are useful.

    Ohh and hi
    It's only 6 and a half lines!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruongy View Post
    It's only 6 and a half lines!....................
    .................That may as well be an essay to read


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    Quote Originally Posted by ruongy View Post
    It's only 6 and a half lines!
    IIt's a bit of a mess though,I stopped at hi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruongy View Post
    It's only 6 and a half lines!
    what if you are dyslexic like me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meursault View Post
    what if you are dyslexic like me
    Add more salt to your diet

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    Quote Originally Posted by bettercallsaul View Post
    Coma,and paragraphs are useful.

    Ohh and hi
    Are you talking about a coma , or a coma and where are the graphs. Didn't see any.
    Are comas good things to go into, or come out of?

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    Price thread.

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