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I recently saw a provider and had the most amazing experience. I'm not new to the hobby, but this would be the first time I felt there was real "chemistry". Before she left she slipped me a piece of paper with her non-public email address on it (it also revealed her real name). Well the next day I emailed a simple note saying thank you for a wonderful time. Nashe never responded, and now I'm confused and feel like a chump.

Should I not have emailed her? She had some wine during the time, she may have been a little tipsy.

send a thank you note to the email address you used to contact her for the initial appointment.
Sending a thank-you note is not creepy at all gents have sent them to me and I have sent thank you's to them as well.
Who knows why she gave you her personal email address maybe she felt a connection to you as well or perhaps maybe she was tipsy and did not realize what she did.Even though I would think being tipsy would not involve giving out your personal email address but hey who knows?

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have gotten them from my clients as well. I think it's good customer service. I agree though, I would have sent it to her initial email you first made contact through.

XOXOXO,
BK

serpius263 reads

Hey Clockwork,

Over the years, I have sent out emails to all providers who have given me a great time.

I have NEVER asked them to reply back nor have I expected any of them to reply back.

However, a good percentage of them do respond back with a hearty thank you and appreciates the kind emails. Imagine getting a 'thank you' email in the middle of all of your negative emails that a provider gets everyday? It's a nice change of scenery for that provider getting that 'thank you' email.

In your case, just keep on sending those 'thank you' emails, but don't expect any replies back. If you don't, DO NOT take it personally.

Serpius

Posted By: clockwork11
I recently saw a provider and had the most amazing experience. I'm not new to the hobby, but this would be the first time I felt there was real "chemistry". Before she left she slipped me a piece of paper with her non-public email address on it (it also revealed her real name). Well the next day I emailed a simple note saying thank you for a wonderful time. Nashe never responded, and now I'm confused and feel like a chump.

Should I not have emailed her? She had some wine during the time, she may have been a little tipsy.

Some ladies think it is sweet, others do not respond, I usually repeat with ladies that are responsive to gentlemen type gestures.

Posted By: clockwork11
I recently saw a provider and had the most amazing experience. I'm not new to the hobby, but this would be the first time I felt there was real "chemistry". Before she left she slipped me a piece of paper with her non-public email address on it (it also revealed her real name). Well the next day I emailed a simple note saying thank you for a wonderful time. Nashe never responded, and now I'm confused and feel like a chump.

Should I not have emailed her? She had some wine during the time, she may have been a little tipsy.

I messaged before to send a quick thank you note. I did get a reply back.

No need to overthink. This is exactly why I like providers. No need to overthink all this bs.

lex90027218 reads

1/ Double check the spelling of the email you sent and the one on the paper
2/ Check your Bulk Mail Folder
3/ You've probably been bamboozled.

It is a very nice gesture to let someone know that you enjoyed your time together.
I receive thank-you's and also send them, too.
Receiving something complimentary, when an encounter has been exceptional, can sure make someone's day and I am all about the positive!

Sunshine Smiles ~
Lacie O
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and I am not saying this is the case:

I send a thank you note to almost every lady I see.  With a few of my old friends we have a game about who can send one first.  I doubt the thank you itself would be an issue.

I have noticed, however, that sometimes when a lady has crossed over to giving me her real name/e-mail, there is still a demarcation.  If I write to hr work name the unwritten rule is I am writting about a date.  If I write to her "real" e-mail she wants all mention of her escorting left out.  That persona doesn't live in this world and she keeps them very seperate.  It may be which e-mail you sent the thank you note to.

One way to find out might be to write to her working e-mail and ask fr another date.  This one should probably be talked out in person.

Good luck.

It's ALWAYS nice to know that someone had an incredible time with you. Dont feel bad, sometimes we just need some time to ourselves to recharge our batteries. I'm sure she'll respond once she gets a chance.  

Posted By: clockwork11
I recently saw a provider and had the most amazing experience. I'm not new to the hobby, but this would be the first time I felt there was real "chemistry". Before she left she slipped me a piece of paper with her non-public email address on it (it also revealed her real name). Well the next day I emailed a simple note saying thank you for a wonderful time. Nashe never responded, and now I'm confused and feel like a chump.

Should I not have emailed her? She had some wine during the time, she may have been a little tipsy.

MSHSEX235 reads

1. It was a thoughtful gesture of you to do so.
2. Why are you confused and feeling like a chump about her non-response? You haven't fallen in love with her after just one appointment, have you?

Posted By: clockwork11
I recently saw a provider and had the most amazing experience. I'm not new to the hobby, but this would be the first time I felt there was real "chemistry". Before she left she slipped me a piece of paper with her non-public email address on it (it also revealed her real name). Well the next day I emailed a simple note saying thank you for a wonderful time. Nashe never responded, and now I'm confused and feel like a chump.

Should I not have emailed her? She had some wine during the time, she may have been a little tipsy.

and guys forget you have a life when you get home. I don't talk on the phone at home, so I don't appreciate random texts when anyone could be around. My phone is not really "up my azz" as I have stated ha ha.

Almost all of the ladies I have seen over the years responded positively to "thank you" notes afterward,   More often than not, this led to further visits, and relationships that have lasted in some cases for years.

There are many reasons why the lady may not have responded, especially if she has no expectation of ever seeing you a second time

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