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PSE or GfE?

freakychef

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In my own imagination!!
Can someone tell me the difference between PSE and GFE? Before anyone gets funny, I know what they stand for. I also think the term GFE is way over used in this hobby. In ten plus years in this hobby, I have seen maybe three true GFE women. How can a woman be a GFE in a massage place anyway? I don't think either of you could relax or be comfortable enough in those surroundings. No matter how safe or with locked doors, I still feel like someone(LE) could bust in at any time. I feel way safer and more relaxed in my place with aSP. At least the likelyhood of someone busting in is slimmer. PS the scene in Edmonton seems to be hugely MP based. That is a shame for guys who are into SP's. Calgary is almost the reverse. That is just my opinions!!
 

wolverine

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Nov 12, 2002
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I think everyone will have a different definition, but both signify service beyond the call of duty (that being the rub, the tug and out the door).

To me, a PSE is when the "extra" service goes beyond a mere full meal deal - you get a 6-course dinner! ;)
GFE is a bit different - the entire session involves some deep intimacy...kisses, heavy talking, lots of touching and feeling....bonding on all levels...even if only for an hour. PSE would only involve the physical. It's the same difference (forgive the oxymoron) between a one night stand and a girlfriend.

Of course, YMMV. As per "real" relationships, there has to be chemistry between the SP and her client. Which is what we're really seeking out here, aren't we?
 

Bueller

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PSE: The entire staff and a few customers are waiting to shake your hand as you leave.

GFE: Before you begin the session, you have to answer the SP's question, "Do I look fat in these pants?"