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    Question Tipping & Gifts for your Escort ?

    Hello !

    Do you Tip or bring a Gift for your Escort ?

    Escorts, do expect a Tip or do you have a Special Gift Idea ??

    Thanks !


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    Last edited by Robert 21; 05-05-2006 at 08:25 AM.

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    I have only given one SP a gift - two of my favorite books. The irony is that I never slept with her. I missed an appointment, we talked afterwards, got close, and I met her for coffee one day giving her these books and the money I owed her (I felt it was the right thing to do since it was my fault that I missed the appointment; I forgot her number by one digit!).

    As for tips, for me, they are mandatory, not discretionary. I give all monies owed up front, including tips. I research the people I am with carefully so I have never been disappointed.

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    Last edited by General Gonad; 05-05-2006 at 08:58 AM.

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    Here's a question...

    I never know how much to tip. How do you tip someone who make's, maybe, 80$ an hour? Would a 20 be appreciated or frowned upon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by B1G
    I never know how much to tip. How do you tip someone who make's, maybe, 80$ an hour? Would a 20 be appreciated or frowned upon?
    B1G,

    It all depends on who you see and what she charges. My personal cut-off is typically $400 for two hours. If I am seeing an indy charging more than that, which only happened once for an amazing incall, I will consider the tip is included. Generally at $400 for two hours, I like giving $50 or $60 tips.

    But if I am seeing an agency girl, I will give a generous tip ($40-$60 depending if it is one or two hours) because I know they are giving a good chunk to the owners, which pisses me off.

    There are no rules in tipping. It should be appreciated by all SPs and clients should always tip, in my opinion. If you do not tip, you're insulting them, especially the agency ladies that share their gains with the owners.

    "But GG, what if she wasn't what I expected?"

    Answer: Suck it up and move on!

    GG

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    Tipping

    Sorry- not meaning to piss anyone off but I do not agree with the post of tipping with paying the donation at beginning of the rendezvous. Its not a tip if done this way but a increase in the cost of service.

    From a tipping etiquette web page:

    Tipping has been around for hundreds of years. A tip, or gratuity, is defined as a gift of money given to someone for performing a service or menial task, over and above the payment due for the service. Tips are not required, but they are expected by many people in the service industry. In fact, many U.S. waiters and waitresses are paid less than minimum wage as tips are expected to make up the other part of their income. If service is poor, give a smaller tip or none at all. If service is superior, feel free to be more generous with your gratuity.

    If you are tipping before the service, its not a tip.

    Also-when tipping the owner of a service establishment-they keep all the funds its not good etiquette to tip the owner. I usually feel independent sp's are in this same category.

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    I agree with gtadick on this one, I only tip after and I base the amount on the service. Unlike GG I don't not feel it mandatory to tip an SP.

    Also-when tipping the owner of a service establishment-they keep all the funds its not good etiquette to tip the owner. I usually feel independent sp's are in this same category.
    Very good point, this also applies to clubs/bars/restaurants - If you are at a bar and happen to be served by the owner DO NOt TIP him/her, wait until you next drink and tip the waitress double.

    Also if you are at a restaurant and the owner sends drinks to your table or comp's you a bottle of wine, at the end of your meal include a little extra tip for your waitress/waiter.
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    Not to belabor a point, but does one tip the waitress as soon as they sit down before they have done anything?
    No, tip your waitress only when she brings your drinks. I would like to add one more thing about tipping waitress's and bartenders (I know it started as an SP tipping thread, but what the hell not the first thread I've semi hijacked), when you are at a club/bar and you run a tab, when you settle up at the the end of the night please remember to tip your waitress properly.

    You have no idea how many guys (and girls) spend hours at a bar running a tab all night night, then tip the poor girl $10.00 when they are ready to leave. In all of the years I have been involved in the business this is the biggest complaint I get from all waitress's and bartenders. Bars aren't restaurant's, if you are going to run a bill remember to tip the same amount as you would have if you were paying each time she came to the table (if not more). Running a bill at a bar is a courtesy not a birth right.
    Last edited by spin; 05-05-2006 at 12:09 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daringly
    I think it is far more important to tip the girl who pours coffee at tim hortens who struggles to pay bills then to feel that it is necessary to tip someone who makes $200 to $300 hundred per hour.
    Well, I don't know how I feel about tipping exactly, but I don't think it's fair to compare every SP to a Tim Horton's worker who has bills to pay. Remember that this kind of work is not really a 9-5 with steady pay and a lot of SPs are also struggling to pay their bills because of cancellations and false promises. Just thought I'd show you the other side of the coin. Interesting thread though.

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    Tipping

    Its my belief that the one's who are reliable, do good service, attend to customer relations, and make customers happy IN ALL SERVICE INDUSTRY sectors-are doing well, making money and can almost within reason name their own price and terms.
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    Exception, not the rule

    There are a lot of SPs just starting out, and although the more experienced and known ones CAN name their price, they are more like the exceptions to the rule rather than the rule.

    When wondering whether or not you should tip, the question that should come to mind is if you had a great time or not, I think. It's not fair to compare every SP to a Tim Horton's worker; you tip according to the service you got, not according to the job the person is doing.

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    Would you tip a dentist or a doctor because they provide great service, i hope not. They make great pay and providing good service should be expected. No matter what you say it will always be more important to me to tip people who are at the low end of the pay scale.
    I agree Daringly.
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    A tip = A gift

    Quote Originally Posted by Myids
    A tip must be earned or it is not a tip.
    Exactement! ... I think all this exposure to French is rubbing off

    If you ask for a gift, then is it really a gift?

    Yes, certain occupations rely on tips to supplement a low or mininum wage pay scale so in that case it's expected that you owe them a fair tip based on your satisfaction with the level of service you received.

    Yes, these ladies do make more per hour than most people do ... but of course it's only your net income that pays the bills. It's not like they're paid that rate for a 40-hour work week.

    Do you owe someone a tip? I don't think so.

    But if a woman is working independantly then I think it would be a very considerate thing to do. If you really enjoyed your time together then do something nice.

    For a high-end agency I don't think it's necessary or expected.

    I've never actually been in a situation, though, where I was tipping after-the-fact. I think that would be akward - even more so than the intial "transaction". So maybe a gift would be more appropriate as a tip.

    I don't mean candy or flowers ... what can she possibly do with that stuff? I mean something useful.

    If she's a student maybe a gift certificate for the bookstore where she need to buy textbooks. Clothes ain't cheap and every woman needs those so a gift certificate for a store where she likes to shop. A meal would be a nice gift, I think, but I've read here that some women would also expect to be compensated for their time while dining. "But you were going to eat a meal anyway, right?" Whatever.
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    WOW !

    Excellent Postings !!!

    I have Tipped Escorts at the End of Our Time......usually That hidden $$ in your Hand as you Walk Her to the Door..............

    Hey, How about Gifts ?

    I try and do some Research.....sometimes the Web Sites will List Favorites/Dislikes
    I try to have Wine or Champagne, and Water & Soda in the Room.
    I may give Chocolates and a Gift from La Senza or V-Secrets.
    I may also have Food (i.e. Shrimp, Scallops, Ice Cream, etc).


    How about Escorts.......any Gift Ideas ?

    Thanks !

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    follow-up comments on tipping

    Quote Originally Posted by Daringly
    I think it is far more important to tip the girl who pours coffee at tim hortens who struggles to pay bills then to feel that it is necessary to tip someone who makes $200 to $300 hundred per hour. As far as the agency girls go even though the owner gets a cut most of these girls make $80 to $100 per hour, not bad pay.
    In my own opinion if you are going to tip it should always be after the appointment is over not before.
    I read all your comments and here are my follow-up thoughts. Ultimately, tipping is up to each individual but I still believe it is a very nice gesture, especially to agency ladies who share their gains with the owner.

    I do believe that tipping should be mandatory and in a perfect world, tips would be included in the rates. But this is not a perfect world and most of the tips would be shared with the owner if it was included int the rates.

    I rarely never tip in all services I get - ie. restaurants, bars, etc. I agree just as much with tipping the girl at Tim Horton's who is struggling to make ends meet but I disagree with lumping SPs with all other services. These ladies are getting intimate with you and the least you can do is tip her properly.

    Why do I tip at the beginning? Because I hate the financial transaction aspect of my encounters. Apart from saying goodbye, it is the worst moment for me. It is an awkward moment which I feel is dehumanizing. I can never say: "Here is your money so I can have sex with you".

    I want to get rid of it as quickly as possible so that I can move right away to getting to know the person I am about to get intimate with. I want to talk to her, laugh with her, share some life experiences but most of all I do not want her to feel like she is an SP who is solely there to satisisfy my sexual needs. I want her to leave feeling like a million bucks, not $180 or $400.

    Finally, I get the feeling that there are some people that feel that SPs make oodles of money. They get a lot of money but not as much as we think and the smart ones do not piss it away.

    But think for a second what they go through to get their money. How many of you guys would become male gigolos and sleep with any woman out there? Trust me, not many.

    GG

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    (sorry.....stumbled across this Thread)

    thoughts on gifts for sp`s

    https://merb.cc/vbulletin/showthread...ighlight=chase

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