Familiarity breeds contempt

Discussion in 'New York' started by Xerxes, Jun 15, 2001.

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  1. Geezy Muldoon

    Geezy Muldoon Gold

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    think

    [Edited by Judge Crater on 07-25-2001 at 05:28 PM]
  2. mercydancer

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    I agree with Candie. As a provider you have to try to keep some sort of surprise in the reserves for when a regular starts to get bored.Try adding another girl,doing something daring(LIke give him bbbj near a window for an exhibitionist),or at his office or whatever comes to your imagination. Anything to keep it fun.Boring "sessions" they can get at home.For FREE.
  3. candie

    candie

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    been there

    When I am seeing clients for working purposes I make damn sure things are Never exactly like the first. I will always,,,, remember if I did cowgirl rodeo game or other certain <coughing much> t h i n g s but I do like to bring something to the table so to speak, <a girlygirl> which has Never been boring yummm. But then again there are a lot of gents that just could care less unlike you X.
  4. Slinky Bender

    Slinky Bender The All Powerful Moderator

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    Don't worry, over time that will change ( eventually ). ;)

    That happens with some guys. It's usually not the "girl's fault". In other words, you want variety. The thrill of something new ( go see Chris Rock's "new pussy" routine ).

    I guess one question is, why do you think this is a problem ?

    One thing you can do is some of the stuff discussed in another thread http://www.utopiaguide.com/forums/showthread.php?threadid=927
  5. Xerxes

    Xerxes

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    I just had my 2nd session with a provider and it turned out to be utterly boring. This lately has become a recurring trend for me. The 2nd time will NEVER be as good as the 1st time. Has this happened to any of the readers recently? What is a good strategy? Never see the same provider twice? Your thoughts on this would be appreciated?