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ShyGuy1980

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Hello everyone. Here is a question for everyone, boy and girl...
Have you ever run/bumped into a SP/client in public (grocery store, out on the side walk, movies, whatever it may be) after being with each other?

I have thought about this if it has ever happened and if so, how do you folks deal/play the situation? Is it a "Hello, how is your day" like you're friends or something (you were cool and comfortable, etc)....
or more of a "Just pretend I don't recognize them, hopefully they don't realize it's me, and now time for me to get out of here" (this is awkward and uncomfortable)?

Or is it a different reaction/encounter all together?

Just an interesting question I thought I would pose to all and everyone.
 

Paris

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MrMethos said:
This has been discussed many times.

You say NOTHING. No nod, no wink, no hi. God forbid they are out with someone, or you are and they are a few feet away. Pooning is pooning and real life is real life.
SO TRUE!!!!!!!!!

Never and I mean ever acknowlege. Unless you are alone, and you know she's alone.......and it's been agreed apon beforehand, that should this situation arise, then it's alright by both of you. Then make contact.

If that is not the case...it's a given to leave each other alone.

It's happened to me on many occasions.......and I would never dream of making contact.

It's just to unproffesional as far as I'm concerned. But that's only my point of view.

Everyone has a different way of dealing with this type of situation.

I just think discretion for the other party is equally as important as my own.

Caryn
 

ShyGuy1980

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"This has been discussed many times..."
Sorry MrM. I didn't realize that, but thanx for the insight/advise and same with you Paris.
 

MRGREEN

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Run Ins Bump Ins and Dinner

Years ago, I went to EB for a visit on a New Years Eve afternoon. That evening my SO and I went out for dinner with a friends and some people we didn't know..We were late and about 20 or so people were at a long table in a restaurant. There were 4 spots left at the end of the table. We sat down and a short time later the other couple arrived. I put down my menu to make introductions and low and behold I'm looking at the SP I had a session with 2-3 hours earlier. I stuck out my hand and intoduced myself (to ensure she didn't call me by another name and for me to be sure not to call her by her "stage name"). To say the least, it made for a very intereting evening ( dinner and a party after........). No one had a clue! Had several sessions after the fact......

Mr Green
 

ShyGuy1980

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MRGREEN said:
Years ago, I went to EB for a visit on a New Years Eve afternoon. That evening my SO and I went out for dinner with a friends and some people we didn't know..We were late and about 20 or so people were at a long table in a restaurant. There were 4 spots left at the end of the table. We sat down and a short time later the other couple arrived. I put down my menu to make introductions and low and behold I'm looking at the SP I had a session with 2-3 hours earlier. I stuck out my hand and intoduced myself (to ensure she didn't call me by another name and for me to be sure not to call her by her "stage name"). To say the least, it made for a very intereting evening ( dinner and a party after........). No one had a clue! Had several sessions after the fact......

Mr Green
Wow, nice way of playing the situation. Cool as ice. I am sure it has happened to numerous other people in various situations as well. Thanx for sharing the experience.
 

maverick73

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MRGREEN said:
Years ago, I went to EB for a visit on a New Years Eve afternoon. That evening my SO and I went out for dinner with a friends and some people we didn't know..We were late and about 20 or so people were at a long table in a restaurant. There were 4 spots left at the end of the table. We sat down and a short time later the other couple arrived. I put down my menu to make introductions and low and behold I'm looking at the SP I had a session with 2-3 hours earlier. I stuck out my hand and intoduced myself (to ensure she didn't call me by another name and for me to be sure not to call her by her "stage name"). To say the least, it made for a very intereting evening ( dinner and a party after........). No one had a clue! Had several sessions after the fact......

Mr Green
That one takes the cake! You're the new iceman. You can be my wingman anytime! ;)
 

Absorbable

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I don't know guys....I always acknowledge a pretty girl no matter who she is with. Call me a flirt. A simple smile...flirtatious look...I even do it when I'm with my wife. I try not to be obvious and I don't go right up to the girl and strike up a conversation...guess I'm just a freindly guy. ;)
 
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westwoody

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I just say "Hello" like I would to anyone else and wait to see how how they react. That way the ball is in their court and they can react in the way they feel is most appropriate for them. Most SPs I have met have been nice people with interests outside their business. Why treat each other like lepers?
 

Marshall

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Hey ... I always gawk at beautiful women. I can't help it, even if I'm dating someone, I'll tell her first that I just happen to know many beautiful women.

If the SP is with someone (like a SO) I'll always flash a smile! :)
 

bigben

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I usually invite them over for dinner with the mrs., the kids, and my mom. Is this bad? j/k
 

logsplitter

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Seeing the lady in street clothes and 'natural' is the way I like it (a lot). Real people are what makes my world go around!

I once ran into a regular sp in a popular dining spot. I was there with a date and she was there with a family party of some sort. Her mom, brothers, nieces, nephews etc. We smiled at each other once and generaly ignored each other the rest of the time. It was kind of neat but a little too close to the edge to be the right kind of exciting.
 

threepeat

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I think if both of you are alone at the time (ie., not with friends or SOs), it's OK to say hi. Just remember not to use her "stage name." If either of you are with someone, it's probably best not to acknowledge each other.
 

Avery

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Discretion is paramount in these situations. Unless you're alone, and you're absolutely certain the SP is also alone, the best course of action is no action at all, or perhaps a very discreet wink.

I've only had it happen to me once. I was alone, and waiting in a line. The SP was walking in the direction facing me, and I could see she was also alone, so I said, Hi!". She smiled and responded. "Hi!", and kept on walking.
 

Absorbable

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You should of added a simple "great fuck last week...eh?" ;) Just kidding. Your are the consumate gentleman and too classy for that.
 

Mchatte

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It depends on whether you're alone or not. If I'm by myself and I ran into an SP, hell I would certainly stop to say hello and maybe have coffee or something. Now, if I am with someone, perhaps a discreet smile of acknowledgement would suffice.

I don't think my SO would approve if I bumped into a fav SP and said to her "Nice blowjob yesterday, babe!" or "How did you like that load I dumped on your tits. Been saving up for a couple of weeks!"

Women are like that, aren't they!

M
 

Absorbable

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Better yet....."at least SHE.... sucks my cock! :)
 

bigandhard

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I give a wave (if she's with company I make sure they can't see it) and let her
decide if she wants to "recognise" me. There are plenty of times when the girl needs discretation.
There are some girls who know me well enough to know that its no problem for them to say hi to me as long as they are not telling people where they know me from.
 
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