Joe.t,Originally Posted by Joe.t
I disagree with this comment. I have met many SPs who are totally against any drugs. These ladies are coherent, responsible and they do not abuse any substances whatsoever.
Before I get the chorus of skeptics telling me "how do you know?", I can tell very easily. If a lady walks in all glazy eyed and jittery and starts going to the bathroom every five minutes or is too jumpy, then you can tell something is wrong. I am not talking about a little stoned on weed (usually you can smell this or see they're very mellow), but really stoned out of her mind.
The new trend is finding ladies that are drug free. Responsible agency owners make sure that their ladies are not abusing any substances, including alcohol. They actually care about the well-being of their ladies and their clients. Of course, I am emphasizing "responsible" agency owners.
Finally, all clients should note the effects of the drug called Ketamine:
It is a tasteless, odorless drug with powerful hallucinogenic effects. In fact, all SPs should be on guard for this drug because some dangerous clients can slip it into your drink (another reason why you should never accept drinks from just anyone). From the above site:
"How is it used?
Snorted or swallowed.Ketamine is odorless and tasteless, so it can be added to beverages without being detected, and it induces amnesia. Because of these properties, the drug is sometimes given to unsuspecting victims and used in the commission of sexual assaults referred to as "drug rape."
What are its short-term effects?
Ketamine can cause dream-like states and hallucinations. Users report sensations ranging from a pleasant feeling of floating to being separated from their bodies. Some ketamine experiences involve a terrifying feeling of almost complete sensory detachment that is likened to a near-death experience. These experiences, similar to a "bad trip" on LSD, are called the "K-hole." Low-dose intoxication from ketamine results in impaired attention, learning ability, and memory. In high doses, ketamine can cause delirium, amnesia, impaired motor function, high blood pressure, depression, and potentially fatal respiratory problems."