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    how much of your '' NET '' income is spent on the hobby..

    i was wondering in % ..how much is spent on the hobby...
    i wish i could make a little survey on this....like one of the surveys we see here..
    anyways...i spend roughly... 10% of my '' NET'' income...what about you?
    Last edited by maxhard; 04-01-2006 at 02:32 PM. Reason: wrong word ..next=net

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    Hobbying

    Quote Originally Posted by maxhard
    i was wondering in % ..how much is spent on the hobby...
    i wish i could make a little survey on this....like one of the surveys we see here..
    anyways...i spend roughly... 10% of my NET income...what about you?
    Mine ranges from 10-15% depending on the opportunity.

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    Maxhard,

    I also spend about 10% of my net income.

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    Need to spend wisely

    Quote Originally Posted by maxhard
    i was wondering in % ..how much is spent on the hobby...
    i wish i could make a little survey on this....like one of the surveys we see here..
    anyways...i spend roughly... 10% of my NET income...what about you?
    Maxhard,

    Good question. I have not tallied it up exactly but I am close to 5-7% of my net income....way too much! The problem is that if you count all the massage parlors, which I was going almost on a weekly basis (cost, on average, is $180 with the cab rides) and the outcalls (cost, on average, $350-$400, including the hotel room) and some of my special incalls ($500 for two hours), well then it all adds up.

    I did a lot of stupid things over the last seven months, especially when I got into my "impulse hobbying" moods. Sometimes I think Doc Holliday is right, choose a couple of ladies that you researched well, see them for an hour and be more careful with your money. Always spend wisely.

    Having said this, some of my more expensive encounters were over one hour and by far the best encounters. I keep hearing the refrain of the American Express commercial: "Hotel $180, dinner $250, a night with one of your favorite SPs, priceless!". For everything else,...well you know how it ends.

    GG

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    Montreal trumps Vegas in the SP department

    Quote Originally Posted by Daringly
    I would be some where around 8 to 12% i guess it would depend on the year and how many trips i take to montreal and vegas.

    Daringly,

    LoL!!! Forget Vegas, you should stick to Montreal - the odds of finding an amazing SP are much higher!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daringly
    You could travel to vegas for years and find all kinds of ladies that look as good as Samy, but they will never, and i mean never match her in attitude, personality and service.
    I believe you, especially on that last point. Even in Montreal, Samy has very few, if any, comparables. As for Vegas, it's all a scam. The odds are always in favor of the House and the SPs are all business with no personality. There are a lot of dumb, rich guys lurking at the bars that are easy prey for them. It really is a joke.

    GG
    Last edited by General Gonad; 04-01-2006 at 12:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daringly
    Tony
    I didn't realize that you were a millionaire.

    LOL! Uuuuuhh, 2% of my dividends which are proportional to the size of my penis!

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    I'm also at around 2%, but only because I don't hobby very frequently at all.

    That's if I include all the travel, dining, hotel, and entertainment expenses involved in a trip to montreal. If I only count SP costs, then, less then .5%
    Last edited by Nugie; 04-03-2006 at 07:43 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin
    Of course, having an expense account that takes care of flights, car rentals and hotel stays helps keep my cost low.
    Robin,

    I used to travel lot for work but I curtailed it significantly. It is a lot easier and cheaper for someone to come here with your expense accounts and deluxe hotel bookings.

    But then again, your company might get suspicious when you keep saying; "I have to go back to Montreal to visit that account" "What? You've been up there ten times in the last quarter!"

    GG

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    Mine would be about 10%. 60% of the expense is on escorts in Canada and the balance on strippers in Canada and US. I am hoping a day would come when we are allowed to itemize this expense on our 1040.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJDude
    I am hoping a day would come when we are allowed to itemize this expense on our 1040.
    NJDude,

    I like the way you think. Call your congressman and us Canadians should immediately contact the Minister of Revenue to add this important tax break to the Canadian Income Tax Code. It's a lot better than saving for RRSPs!

    GG

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    an idea

    Quote Originally Posted by General Gonad
    NJDude,

    I like the way you think. Call your congressman and us Canadians should immediately contact the Minister of Revenue to add this important tax break to the Canadian Income Tax Code. It's a lot better than saving for RRSPs!

    GG
    shit...what a great idea!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeblow
    Only if the assistant gives you an invoice, and not many SPs declare their income.
    Il n'est pas necessaire d'avoir une facture au quebec pour qu'une transaction soit officielle... le gouvernement du quebec a fait une grosse publicité il y a plusieurs années contre le travail au noir et ils ont du la retirer parce qu'il prétendait que payer sans facture était illégal, ce qui n'est pas le cas. Le problème est dans le cas d'une vérification fiscale, il est difficile de prouver une dépense si on a pas de facture, de plus la majorité des agences et des travailleuses indépendante ont un revenu supérieur à 30 000$ par année et n'ont pas (bien évidement) de numéro de TPS et TVQ... Donc la dépense serait refusée dans un tel cas.

    Wilko

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    Daringly>>> This explains why Montreal SPs get invited to accompagny clients on business trips. The ticket is paid for with airmiles, the room and food is covered as a regular travelling business expense, all you have left to pay for is the ladies time!

    Ronnie,
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    they will forget what you did,
    but they will never forget the way you made them feel.

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    Damn, You guys are all filthy rich or call an SP per 2 months!

    I spend up to 20% of my net monthly incomes...I only started in january but I ran out of $$$ a month ago!

    Cheers!

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