When a client comes to your door and says, ”I’m sorry but I don’t have as much time as I thought.” Nine times out of ten what he really means is ”you aren’t what I am looking for so SEE YA!!’ Ouch, that can feel like a punch in the gut.
To the providers that follow this blog: It happens to everyone. Even if you were a 20 on a scale from 1-10. When they say no thx and leave it doesn’t necessarily mean that they aren’t attracted to you.
- they are too nervous
- feel too guilty
- if the area is rough they may be worried about their vehicle
- is your incall location clean? I mean really clean. I’ve heard many horror stories about apts, houses, and hotel room being disgustingly dirty. If that’s the case they probably don’t feel comfortable getting undressed and laying on a filthy bed.
- there could be a guy or some guys standing around outside the hotel smoking and the client convinces himself it’s a setup.
- or maybe he didn’t like a vibe that he got from you.
There is no telling. I always text them and ask what happened but unfortunately they don’t ever answer.
Regardless it stings a little when a client turns you down. Even though I know all the possible reasons above, I’m human and rejection SUCKS!!
The good news today is that the one that left was simply getting a quick visit for 75
As soon as he left I booked another session for an hour 150 plus a 100 tip…so there…walkaway Joe!!
Providers are people…we are not perfect…obviously. . Be kind to each other people.
Ladies so what he’s a little extra nervous…comfort him. Often that is what they are looking for more than anything else. To feel wanted, desired, touched, kissed and listened to. Really listened to.
Most people struggled to find genuine physical contact before the virus. Now everyone is being told they need to keep 6 ft between one another for social distancing.
The way it was is gone. It will ne er be the same. Before we know it people wont touch anymore…at least it feels that way.
I’m not perfect but I’m real. My photos are real, recent and some won’t like me its cool. That’s none of my business. I’m more concerned with the many that think I am gorgeous. Now that’s my business.