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"My hotel"
wbbr 7 Reviews 4598 reads
posted
1 / 7

WTF, I HATE seeing insignificant locations like "my hotel", "my house", "her apt", etc. USELESS, USELESS USELESS information! I live in the smallest freaking state in the union and knowing how far I have to travel to see a provider is still a HUGE factor. Guys, please, don't be cute, state the flippin' town or city where you saw the girl so others can know approximately what area the girl is in. I don't care about reviews that I have travel hours to get to.

If you're reading this and you've ever typed "my hotel", "my house", "her apt", etc. rest assured, you're an idiot!

Zsa_Zsa_TaTas 3282 reads
posted
2 / 7

Well I guess you've never worked as a whore in a small town there the church ladies run rampant looking for "ladies of ill repute" to sacrifice at the next revival?

Oh in that case, let me enlighten you; I live in a small town and I try my best to NOT tell anyone where I'm at in an ad.  We do that for a reason Einstein!  

If you see someone you are interested in, you email them with your screening info and you wait to hear back.  If you don't hear back, tomorrow is another day.

Wash, rinse, and repeat!  

mrfisher 87 Reviews 5209 reads
posted
3 / 7

you don't need to get that from the reviews.

Also, for obvious reasons, one never states the actual hotel or address where you saw a person.  Review with that information should be kicked out or editted to remove that info.

You shouldn't rush to judgements either about people's sanity.  You embarrass yourself.

Br0wnst0ne 44 Reviews 3071 reads
posted
4 / 7

There is a middle ground between "315 Main St Room #4" and "her place."  It could be a town if the town is not tiny, or the county if it is.  In NY, I prefer "Financial District" or "Harlem" or "South Bronx" or "Coney Island" - these places can be neraly two hours apart by train.  It saves people time not trying to contact someone who lives outside their range.

Zsa_Zsa_TaTas 4160 reads
posted
5 / 7

But don't get us kicked out of our hotels and out of small towns!
I list a city on my website but it sure as hell is not the one I actually live in!  
That's why we say plan ahead as best you can.

Posted By: Br0wnst0ne
There is a middle ground between "315 Main St Room #4" and "her place."  It could be a town if the town is not tiny, or the county if it is.  In NY, I prefer "Financial District" or "Harlem" or "South Bronx" or "Coney Island" - these places can be neraly two hours apart by train.  It saves people time not trying to contact someone who lives outside their range.  

Bostonguy57 48 Reviews 4322 reads
posted
6 / 7

Reviews are about the girl not where she is.  Their needs to be a measure of discretion when talking about locations especially in the suburbs or in small towns.  A girl's ads tell you where she is working. Additionally, a location that was valid when a review was written may have totally changed when you are looking to book the lady.  Even local escorts tend to move to different areas from week to week.

If a phone call or email to find out more is too much work for you then you may be in the wrong hobby...

serpius 4179 reads
posted
7 / 7

Hey WBBR,

Calling us idiots?

Nice way of pissing people off in TER. Way to go Sherlock.

I've posted reviews by NOT being specific as to where I met the lady. More times than not, the provider will ask me NOT to reveal details of the location. Just a general location such as Columbus, Ohio. It's a big town, so it would be hard to narrow down exactly where the provider may be staying / living at.

Serpius

Posted By: wbbr
WTF, I HATE seeing insignificant locations like "my hotel", "my house", "her apt", etc. USELESS, USELESS USELESS information! I live in the smallest freaking state in the union and knowing how far I have to travel to see a provider is still a HUGE factor. Guys, please, don't be cute, state the flippin' town or city where you saw the girl so others can know approximately what area the girl is in. I don't care about reviews that I have travel hours to get to.

If you're reading this and you've ever typed "my hotel", "my house", "her apt", etc. rest assured, you're an idiot!

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