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    Building a poon relationship

    Some people have their favorites that they would go see on a regular basis. It pays off in the long run in the kind of services that you receive. But also, there's more of a connection between the two of you, some sort of synergy that plays off each other.

    I just found out over the weekend that my regular has moved out of town, without notice. Now, it's her perogative to do so without mention. Maybe she just thought of me as a "client" and nothing more. Don't get me wrong, I didn't have any intentions of dating her outside of our poon relationship. But there was something more there, that I felt at least, and I felt that that feeling was mutual.

    Now that she's gone, it's back to the drawing board again, trying to find that connection with someone who can be thought of as a regular. I think that being a regular is more than just physical. It's also enjoying her company on a conversational level. Remember that episode of Seinfeld where Jerry's dating some hot woman, only to be repulsed by her mentally? Same thing here. How can you keep on pooning someone who you just can't stand mentally?

    Anyways, enough ranting. Any recommendations on someone who you think makes a good regular?

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    Wink

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    PM me, I have a couple of ladies in mind...
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    Yumiko if u like asians!

    Yumiko is an amazing woman but her rates might scare you away. $260 for the hr isn't everyone's cup of tea. Luckily, the Hamster got her for around $130 an hr.
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    I'LL KILL YA ALL!! hitrack's Avatar
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    Yo RR, REALITY CHECK!!!!! She is only "your friend" as long as you have some cash. Ask her to hang out for free and she will probably say she is too busy or some shit like that. She is like a grade school teacher and you are the student, 1 among the many she has, some more favourite than others, but none she owes any reasons to about what she does on her off time or about her decisions.

    You would have actually been her boyfrienf before she would actually tell you she was moving, or maybe send out an auto response generated e-mail (which can be done in outlook by the way) to saying she was re-locating.

    Besides you need to have nerves of steel to be a ho's boyfriend, you can't talk shop with her unless you like hearing about the guys cock she just sucked on 30min ago etc......

    My advice is keep it all business, friendly but business. Never forget the "E" in GFE.

    Sorry to rant, but I'm just rapping serious with ya and the other poons out there.

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    Reality check

    hey HT, i should make one thing clear. i wasn't trying to be her boyfriend or any shite like that. her personal life is her own business and if she'd want to share it with me, fine. i was just a little disappointed that she moved on as i felt we had quite a good "business" relationship. heck, if you had a business, any business, and were changing addresses, you might want to inform you clients, right? but i guess in the poon industry, as you said, there's only loyalty to the almighty dollar.

    i'm sure there are some pooners out there that cross the line between GFE and GF. to them, i'd say be careful cause you don't want their business partners to beat the crap out of you.

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    Or Maybe

    Or maybe she just decided to leave the industry? I've known SPs that have left the biz and they've decided to cut all ties and assosciations from the past--good and bad. If this was the case I wouldn't take it personally. They just want to move forward in their life without anyone finding out their history.

    I might want to mention to Hitrack that I've had business relationships with SPs that evolved into platonic friendships and romance without compensation. I didn't expect it but its happened a couple of times. Go figure? (Just be prepared to deal with a whole range of psychological issues). But in the same breath I would generally agree with Hitrack's comments.

    As for reccomendations Russianrocket I would suggest Jordan and Angel (from gentlemanworld.com). They're both very friendly and personable. They'll get back to all your e-mails and calls quickly. They never seem to force the monetary issues like so many SPs who take the time to remind you its all about money. That said, I don't think I've put Angel or Jordan in that position where they had to raise the issue.

    Good Luck!

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    I'LL KILL YA ALL!! hitrack's Avatar
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    RR I agree not to good for business if she just F's-off and doesnt inform her clients. I guess I was over bearing because I have been in the relationship thing with SP's 3 times, and it's 3 strikes I'm out!! No more ho's for GF's. My next girlfriend HAS to have 4 criteria

    1-has nothing to do with the track
    2-has a relatively normal 9-5 job
    3-does not know what a "big one" is
    4-doesn't smoke

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    Ok what is a big one?lol
    horny, smart, pretty.....pick two

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    I'LL KILL YA ALL!! hitrack's Avatar
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    hee, hee I know big one sounds funny, but it's just slang for a certain amount of stuff needed to chase the dragon.

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    Bong

    hee, hee I know big one sounds funny, but it's just slang for a certain amount of stuff needed to chase the dragon.
    Since we are in BC, I would have said hopefully she does not know what a "bong" is. Whether it is a beer bong or a "Bob Marley" bong.

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    I'LL KILL YA ALL!! hitrack's Avatar
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    Nope it's not a beer bong, or a Bob Marley bong, it's a half a gram of heroin as apposed to .25gram or a point (.1gram)

    After using this stuff say good by to your friends, money, health and life.

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    weed

    Since he mentioned British Columbia, and Bob Marley, wasn't he referring to marijuana?

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    big what?

    I am still confused about the "big one" and what it is. Is it a bong hoot off a maryjane special or are we talking the dirty, life sucking, personality raping, moral defecting coke binge that often promises a "big one"? I don't get it, fill a brother in.
    horny, smart, pretty.....pick two

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    I'm baaaaaccckkkkk......

    Just when you all though that I would keep my mouth shut for good.......HA! Yea right!
    Anyway this is a topic that I do feel that I am more then qualified to comment on. I have worked with a BF and without and I can tell you that unless you are with a PI I would never tell my BF what I did. As crass as hi track can be, he is right. It is not something that you would want to discuss with just anyone. Let's face it kids, it is not the easiest job in the world. I have regs that I consider friends (You know who you are) but in the long run, I would personally never get into a relationship with a client UNLESS I decieded to hang up the stillettos and start collecting my Canada Pension. It is a very uncomfortable situation when you do start revealing too much cause then the line is crossed. Don't get me wrong, I like you guys and without you.....well my job would be pretty dull. Besides, when do I actually have time to date anyone????
    Love ya!!!!
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    I agree with Sheri. You should never ever play the "hero" and try to rescue a SP no matter how much you feel for her. It will come back to haunt you a few months down the road. Nevertheless, it is a different story if she decides to quit the lifestyle on her own to be with you.

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