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    Hello All,

    I'm also visiting my first SP, I want to know if I should trim/cut/shave my bush for the experience. Any advice is much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avgMan View Post
    Hello All,

    I'm also visiting my first SP, I want to know if I should trim/cut/shave my bush for the experience. Any advice is much appreciated.
    Absolutely you should do that. It's proper etiquette in fact for all newbies to shave their balls. If you have hair on your chest you should have it waxed. The service provider will appreciate your hygiene

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    Quote Originally Posted by PierreCoeur View Post
    Absolutely you should do that. It's proper etiquette in fact for all newbies to shave their balls. If you have hair on your chest you should have it waxed. The service provider will appreciate your hygiene
    How short should I trim my pubes though? I understand why I should shave my balls but cant I just trim the pubes below the shaft?

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    Quote Originally Posted by avgMan View Post
    How short should I trim my pubes though? I understand why I should shave my balls but cant I just trim the pubes below the shaft?
    No, you need to shave so the Service Provider can see you are clean and without balzac lice (cooties) You don't want the ladies to think you have cooties? Do you? Worse thing that can happen to you on a first encounter is to be rejected and sent home! Good luck with your first time. I assure you will have a great experience if you stick to the protocol
    Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelAngus View Post
    Hello,

    I am going on my first visit to a SP, and I was wondering what I should expect. From the first greeting to the end. I know the common sense stuff, of don't be an ass/rude/disrespectful. But the things like, the business part, after the first introductions, how soon to offer donations? Is there small talk, and how much have you found there to be? Do we discuss what we're looking for in the visit? what do I call a visit? Incall, Outcall, request your company? What's a good amount of time to spend with a lady on the first visit? 1 hr/90 mins/ 2 hrs??

    If a SP could give me there POV, that would be nice as well as from a customers.

    Thank you.
    Two hours minimum and don't forget to leave a sizable tip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PierreCoeur View Post
    Absolutely you should do that. It's proper etiquette in fact for all newbies to shave their balls. If you have hair on your chest you should have it waxed. The service provider will appreciate your hygiene
    Clue clip........

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    I think the International Institute of Pooners handbook suggests that your pubes should be not be longer than 0.9979 mm’s. Which I interpret as, shave instead of trimming.
    At my age, they all look good and luckily there is a nerve that connects my eyes to my one-eyed monster.


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    Quote Originally Posted by take8easy View Post
    I think the International Institute of Pooners handbook suggests that your pubes should be not be longer than 0.9979 mm’s. Which I interpret as, shave instead of trimming.
    I think the handbook is out of print now so the OP won't be able to get a copy. He will need to take our word on this. If he follows our advice I am positive his experience will be a good one. If not he might find he has been put on the official Escorts No Services blacklist.

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