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miraggio 1285 reads
posted
1 / 21

Ladies, I'm sure I'm not the last one earth who doesn't text, so please keep in mind that some of your clients will need to communicate by voice phone.   I once sat in a parking lot for 15 minutes.   When I called her back she said I texted you to come up.   As a gereralization, the older your client is the greater the liklihood of no texting.   Thanks     I've seen ads that say many Ladies don't text either.

MSHSEX 235 reads
posted
2 / 21

Whatever made you decide to wait 15 minutes before calling the paid escort? I've heard of being patient but you've taken it to the extreme.

Posted By: miraggio
Ladies, I'm sure I'm not the last one earth who doesn't text, so please keep in mind that some of your clients will need to communicate by voice phone.   I once sat in a parking lot for 15 minutes.   When I called her back she said I texted you to come up.   As a gereralization, the older your client is the greater the liklihood of no texting.   Thanks     I've seen ads that say many Ladies don't text either.    

no_email 3 Reviews 206 reads
posted
3 / 21

Get a hobby phone that you can text with.

STPhomer 175 Reviews 199 reads
posted
4 / 21

never when driving.  I know...I know...the hot young babes I see can text , read text ,drive and apply lipstick all at the same time.  But I just don't have those skills.  I don't mind the " come on up" text because I am usually at the location by then.  But anything that might need to be communicated that hour before the appt [ the period of time I am in all likelyhood driving to the ladies incall] I really prefer the archaic mode of communication known as the telephone call.

When I am in my room waiting for the lady visiting my hotel I am more than fine with texting.

I certainly understand the OPs position. I suppose it is hard for many Providers to believe , but there are a few gents out there who are not text savvy.

BTW guys , you can help the lady out by making it clear in your pre sessions communications that they will have to call you and not to text.

parthree 52 Reviews 136 reads
posted
5 / 21

I actually learned to text thanks to the hobby.  Never had a reason to before.

BeachKitten See my TER Reviews 149 reads
posted
6 / 21

the client what is the best form of contact for him (ie email, calling, texting). As mentioned already most of my clients have a hobby phone and prefer texting but I'm flexible and not just with communication matters. LOL

XOXOXO,
BK

prepkid 1 Reviews 116 reads
posted
7 / 21

should I let them know that they can leave me messages? I received a missed phone call yesterday and I think it was her, but she left no message... Now I have no idea what's up. Should I be clear with what I am comfortable with for her?

Sphinxnc 19 Reviews 116 reads
posted
8 / 21

to walk through lobby saying the # aloud (LOL).  I'll call from the parking lot so you know I'm there and you can even give me the room number then, but I really appreciate a confirming text.

TheHoundOfCullin 9 Reviews 196 reads
posted
9 / 21

is easy for me. On the other hand, in my opinion the room number, come upstairs call should be voice to voice.
Even if I know the girl. It is safer.
BTW.. Get a smart phone.  It spell checks, finishes your sentences for you. Very helpful.

AnotherPerspective 96 reads
posted
11 / 21

If she has anything else to say ,  I would prefer  she call  .
 

Posted By: miraggio
Ladies, I'm sure I'm not the last one earth who doesn't text, so please keep in mind that some of your clients will need to communicate by voice phone.   I once sat in a parking lot for 15 minutes.   When I called her back she said I texted you to come up.   As a gereralization, the older your client is the greater the liklihood of no texting.   Thanks     I've seen ads that say many Ladies don't text either.    

harborview 10 Reviews 104 reads
posted
12 / 21
kendradc2011 See my TER Reviews 97 reads
posted
13 / 21

I have a throw away phone but I do use it to call and say I'm on my way and once I arrive. It all depends on the person because I do only see older gentlemen and alot of them do text. Since I communicate by email they are using their phones to email me alot.

AnotherPerspective 122 reads
posted
14 / 21

Text Mania , the New Wave Telegraph


Texting isn't hard , it's boring and monotonous ,
from my perspective .  

Posted By: hiddenhills
It's really not that hard. I'm actually getting to prefer it. I've seen a number of providers and only texted an email before we met. Never had a conversation with them, until I was face to face. Had a great time.

BFENiceGuy 143 reads
posted
16 / 21

I prefer to call just before I arrive in the hotel parking lot to get the room number.  That way when I get into the hotel I know where I'm going.  I can text, but I'd prefer to talk to the lady.  Relying only on email is a bad idea.  I had one experience where an email snafu with the carrier caused a missed meeting.  The lady was emailing me from the parking lot and it wasn't working.

London Rayne See my TER Reviews 109 reads
posted
17 / 21

out until after verification is complete. I too like to hear a voice before I meet.

hiddenhills 136 Reviews 129 reads
posted
18 / 21

It's really not that hard. I'm actually getting to prefer it. I've seen a number of providers and only texted an email before we met. Never had a conversation with them, until I was face to face. Had a great time.

macdaddy1944 49 Reviews 76 reads
posted
19 / 21

i detest texting..it takes me 5 minutes to text two sentences..the session is half over before i even get the room number..

Ishootcraps 27 Reviews 69 reads
posted
20 / 21

You can text, email, write letters, go on the Internet, take pictures, navigate, play games, do spreadsheets, personally I think the phone sucks, you can't always understand what's being said, you have to answer right then or you miss the call, it's intrusive as hell,

Really older guys, once you get past the learning curve you will love it, there's a whole other world out there that you are missing.  Oh, and I'm 57 and still learning.

tucson40 5 Reviews 77 reads
posted
21 / 21

I can get done in one  2 minute phone call while driving what will consume 10 minutes of texting. Why must a provider insist on texting? Am I commucating with the provider or some one else. While I drive I can't read and type on a tiny keyboard hit send then wait several minutes for the answer. I program the providers number into my phone so two or three motions will connect me with the providers phone.

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