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    Just along similar lines as Funboy3's thread about being hassled on the way to an appointment by hotel staff it made me think of another highly amusing situation:

    In which you are on the way OUT and you meet another punter on the way IN!!!! The furious downward glance to avoid eye contact, the hunched shoulders and the brisk march forward, body turned to avoid physical contact...the patina of shock, embarassment and lead-in-the-belly panic (did we recognise each other???) is palpable almost as a smell!!!!

    I know, I know, it hardly ever happens in this day and age but back when there was actual brothels it was a very frequent occurence.

    Personally I always went out of me way to say hello and be sociable

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincoln View Post
    Personally I always went out of me way to say hello and be sociable
    Is she any good???

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    I was staying in a hotel in Cork a couple of months ago on business, and late one evening as I was on my way down to the bar for a pint, I happened to share a lift with a bloke with a ginger mop of hair, a ginger beard, a leather jacket, black jeans and hobnail boots. He looked completely out of place in this hotel, and when he put his head down, stared at the floor of the lift, then walked out of the hotel at half eleven at night, I thought... PUNTER!!!
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    LOL - The vagina with revolving doors scenario ..... theres always some one coming and going & you're gonna cross paths every now and then!!

    I've often got a cheeky smile in the hall but never can tell if its a punter or a knowing neighbour!?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by anonymouse View Post
    I was staying in a hotel in Cork a couple of months ago on business, and late one evening as I was on my way down to the bar for a pint, I happened to share a lift with a bloke with a ginger mop of hair, a ginger beard, a leather jacket, black jeans and hobnail boots. He looked completely out of place in this hotel, and when he put his head down, stared at the floor of the lift, then walked out of the hotel at half eleven at night, I thought... PUNTER!!!
    it might have being the escort,
    Westside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anonymouse View Post
    I was staying in a hotel in Cork a couple of months ago on business, and late one evening as I was on my way down to the bar for a pint, I happened to share a lift with a bloke with a ginger mop of hair, a ginger beard, a leather jacket, black jeans and hobnail boots. He looked completely out of place in this hotel, and when he put his head down, stared at the floor of the lift, then walked out of the hotel at half eleven at night, I thought... PUNTER!!!
    Thats why ya have to have that bad-ass stare in your repertoire, act like ya own the place and have nowt to be ashamed of!!

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    Lincoln - You were lucky you met on the way out. Once in my earlier days I was going to see a girl in a notorious apartment block attaced to a hotel in cork. I ran to catch the lift door only to meet a low sized gentleman inside. He gave me a confident HOWYA. I didnt have to press my floor as it was already lit up. Not a word was spoken till the door opens and as a gentleman I offered him the exit. We both alighted the lift and studied the sign on the wall for apartment directions. There are only fuckin three possibilities. In my fear I faltered. He didnt but made straight to MY DOOR. In his confidence Im nearly sure he gave mr a knowing leer. Cringe. Whats even more frighting - Its probably one of you bastards reading this. Heehee.

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    Question notorious apartment block

    this "notorious apartment block attached to a hotel in cork" you speak off is it just me
    or is there way less girls stationed there now. must of been a crack down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anonymouse View Post
    I was staying in a hotel in Cork a couple of months ago on business, and late one evening as I was on my way down to the bar for a pint, I happened to share a lift with a bloke with a ginger mop of hair, a ginger beard, a leather jacket, black jeans and hobnail boots. He looked completely out of place in this hotel, and when he put his head down, stared at the floor of the lift, then walked out of the hotel at half eleven at night, I thought... PUNTER!!!
    Fuck was that you mouse! I was not staring at the floor of the lift. I was wondering would the escort miss her boots!!

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    I can live with running into other punters, actually. Yeah, it's a bit awkward, but you're both in the same boat, so to speak. It's hotel staff I hate. Very first hotel I went to, I had to walk right past the restauranty bit to get to the stairs, as well as the desk. It was like running a gauntlet- I was SO sure everyone else is staring at me!

    For what it's worth, though, the lady herself was a fantastic woman. Thanks Jess!

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