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    North Winds Wizard
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    Question for fellow hobbyists and operators

    I will be in Mtl this weekend with my brother, and to save some money we are getting a hotel room toghether.
    We both would like to see a couple of ladies this trip ( several for my bro I think once he gets a taste of these ladies! ), what I am worried about is us being in the same room.
    Of course one of us will leave when the other is with a lady, but I am worried about the logistics of late arrivals and the like.
    My question is should I tell the operator of the agency that there might be 2 guys in the room when the girl shows and 1 will be leaving, or should I just not bother?
    Any and all feedback on the subject is greatly appreciated.
    Thanx,
    Nuero
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    Yes

    Quote Originally Posted by nueromagus
    I will be in Mtl this weekend with my brother, and to save some money we are getting a hotel room toghether.
    We both would like to see a couple of ladies this trip ( several for my bro I think once he gets a taste of these ladies! ), what I am worried about is us being in the same room.
    Of course one of us will leave when the other is with a lady, but I am worried about the logistics of late arrivals and the like.
    My question is should I tell the operator of the agency that there might be 2 guys in the room when the girl shows and 1 will be leaving, or should I just not bother?
    Any and all feedback on the subject is greatly appreciated.
    Thanx,
    Nuero
    Hello Nueromagus,

    In some cases ladies have been known to be upset and ensuing complications have happened because of episodes like the one you describe here. Reassuring the agency and the lady in case of a possible surprise will prevent possible problems. The agency will appreciate any information that makes business smoother and may make their own suggestion.

    Be cautious,

    Korbel

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    I have done this on several occasions. I wouldn't say anything. When the girl shows up, all the other person has to do is say goodbye and leave. Never had a problem.

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    Neuro, as for logistics it should work out fine if you leave as much of a time-cushion as possible around every booking, with less cushion earlier and more cushion later. Start your first appointment early and end late. Not uncommon for a 3 or 4 a.m. meeting - and that will give you time to recharge. Have fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxima
    I've done a few times with my brother-in-law.
    With your wife's brother? Or with your sister's husband? Doesn't it open a big possibility of someone getting busted?

    Maybe with your wife's sister's husband, at least then it would be mutually assured destruction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Korbel
    Hello Nueromagus,

    In some cases ladies have been known to be upset and ensuing complications have happened because of episodes like the one you describe here. Reassuring the agency and the lady in case of a possible surprise will prevent possible problems. The agency will appreciate any information that makes business smoother and may make their own suggestion.

    Be cautious,

    Korbel
    I've also heard that in some cases, if the lady shows up and there is more than 1 guy in the room, she will get upset and possibly leave. This is a safety issue as well as an anonymity issue. Even if the other guy(s) leaves once she enters the room, it can still present issues (anonymity issues).

    My advice is that when you book the appointment at a certain time, your brother-in-law leaves the room a few minutes before the scheduled time and calls you a few minutes after the end time before coming back into the room. This way, the SP doesn't see someone in the room or doesn't see someone who isn't a client.

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    Or you just agree to use the 'do not disturb' sign on the door during the sessions, and if one comes before the end, he'll just wait at the bar till he sees the lady go out.
    o . o . b . e

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    The big problem is not the ladies feelings...but a schedule conflict. One guy orders lady A to show up at 8pm. Other guy orders lady B to show up at 11pm. Two hours in the middle, so no way a problem will arrise....until lady A is delayed and shows up at 9:30 (hour and a half late...has happened many times to me in Montreal so you all know that's possible). Then you have to rush Lady A out the door, get your buddy back in the room (he's probably been pacing in the hallway anyway)...and Lady B's driver calls and says she's early and in the lobby since another call canceled.

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    North Winds Wizard
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    Thanx everyone

    I really appreciate all your input.
    I think I will have to go with Korbel on this one and provide the operator with as much info as possible.
    Hopefully all will go smooth, I can't wait to see my brothers reaction to the awesome ladies of Mtl
    "It is what it is."
    Wisdom of the Fortune Cookies

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    Also, if you both book from the same agency you won't run into as many problems...they'll know not to send girl number 2 to guy number 2 until girl number 1 is done with guy number 1.

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    You should not have a problem in any case, but I would recommend that for everyone's comfort, you have your friend leave before the girl arrives. Once I called to schedule with a friend in my room, and he said something in the background. When the girl arrived she was nervous and thought that I had someone hiding in the room, because the agency mentioned to her that they had heard other voices. I explained that I was sharing a room with a friend, who had left. She thought that was odd, as most men would not want anyone to know they were calling an escort. I explained that it was a good friend and we knew what each other were up to during our visit.

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    Non, rien de rien...
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    But are there any girls (and agencies) who wouldn't mind booking a 2 on 1 (2 dudes on one chick)?

    Or is this considered a faux pas?
    jackyo

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