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    The local ban seems a bit unusual. Perhaps it means she'll only service at hotels and not private residences. The limitation to duos and tourists seems to hint at underlying safety concerns. Then again, maybe she just doesn't like locals - doubtful, though; she doesn't come across as the closed-minded type. In either case, to each her own.

    Karera is actually doing the client a favor by setting a two-hour minimum. She's definitely among the more interesting and engaging SPs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aeolus View Post
    The local ban seems a bit unusual.
    No it isn't. There are many ladies who have instituted said ban for many reasons, most prominently privacy and discretion (not wanting to run into work colleagues, professors, classmates, family members, etc.). I do recall a Montreal SP once reporting that she went on a Chablis call and it turned out to be her father's best friend. Evidently, she went through with the date. That they thereafter both had a secret that needed to be kept was the "discretion equalizer."

    Karera just does not want to go there, which tells me she is smart and gets it. From what I have heard of her, she has the ability to command these kinds of restrictions in her clientele. I say good for her. Basically what it comes down to is tough shooshkums for the locals, and "Wooohooooooooo!" for the out of towners.
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    No it isn't. There are many ladies who have instituted said ban for many reasons...
    Must be most of them don't expressly indicate such on agency sites then.

    Perhaps Karera imposed the restriction for the reasons you mentioned, but I would expect that servicing locals would be less of an issue for her than some other SPs because she's ... well ... worldly. Montreal seems to be more of a basecamp for her than a home. Just an impression based on what she talked to me about.

    I agree, it's good that she can pick and choose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    Basically what it comes down to is tough shooshkums for the locals, and "Wooohooooooooo!" for the out of towners.
    Wooohoooooooooo!!!!!!!!!

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    shooshkum!

    oh wait, technically i'm still a tourist...

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    Simple solution for the locals...

    I guess if us locals want to book we will have to put on our best american accents when trying to get karera. I wonder what would work better, my Bill Clinton or my Jeff Foxworthy impersonation.

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    Reverdy,

    The guys from the New York area like me speak a certain way and the guys from Boston speak a certain way and there is no way for a Francophone to duplicate those accents unless you move to New York City and live there, or move to New England and live there, for a long time. I have been here all my life which is why I don't speak any French. I don't even think the Anglo Canadians can do our accents and I have been told by an Anglo Canadian friend that he cannot do it. So I would suggest that any attempt to steal part of a linguistic culture that is not your own is likely going to fail, and possibly even be laughed at. I would not go there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reverdy View Post
    out-of-towner who fluently speak french, would likely call Chloe's agency and speak in french. What would happen in that case?
    simple. don't speak french.

    or does that make too much sense?

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    I guess if us locals want to book we will have to put on our best american accents when trying to get karera. I wonder what would work better, my Bill Clinton or my Jeff Foxworthy impersonation.
    Just drop the "ehs" and act less innately friendly, and you'll pass as an American from somewhere in the Northeast. You don't have to sound like someone from NYC or Boston, and I would encourage you not to because both dialects are annoying as hell. There are plenty of other regional American dialects, the most charming of which this native New Englander will admit is that spoken by our southern belles. It just turns me to putty. Even if you can't master any of our dialects, you can take solace in the fact that many Americans can't speak the language properly anyway, so if all else fails, you can pass yourself off as an Americus Retardicus - we have plenty of them.

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    Tommy G,

    Let me put it to you this way, if we had a contest to see which of the Francophones could best emulate Special K's very rich Boston area accent, with a neutral bilingual Judge (say Shijak), there is not going to be a winner in that contest, but it would make for some great comedy. In fact, I will tell you right now have an ambulance and EMT crew on duty at that contest, because I have a feeling when Mazingerz steps to the plate to try to do his best SK imitation, I am going to have a heart attack laughing, and let me tell you that Special K himself may go into shock from his own laughing fit, so just make sure there are a few EMTs there to handle these issues.

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    Je ne vois pas pourquoi je ferais tous ces efforts pour la voir si, dans les faits, elle ne veut pas me voir. Réussir a déjouer le booker pour un R/V, Karrera arrive, elle devine que je ne suis pas un touriste, ca part mal une rencontre non?

    Il y a tellement d'autres filles de qualité, qu'elle établisse ses conditions, c'est tout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reverdy View Post
    Therefore I just meant that somebody in a position like mine, i.e. out-of-towner who fluently speak french, would likely call Chloe's agency and speak in french. What would happen in that case? Would I get identified as a local?
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    Hey, same goes from someone from Québec city or a francophone from Ottawa... I guess a lot depends from where you're calling/ where the date is going to be. If you're calling from or meeting in a private home, probably will be dead end. If you're calling from a hotel, different story. If you have a cell with a local Mtl number though, that may be more difficult.

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    ça me fait tellement rire de voir du monde qui essaye de trouver des by-pass pour voir quelqu'un qui ne veut pas les voir!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilko26 View Post
    ça me fait tellement rire de voir du monde qui essaye de trouver des by-pass pour voir quelqu'un qui ne veut pas les voir!
    Ça je suis bien d'accord!! Si la fille veut pas de clients locaux, mieux vaut pas essayer... imagine le char de m*** qu'elle peut donner si elle s'en rend compte!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    Reverdy,

    The guys from the New York area like me speak a certain way and the guys from Boston speak a certain way and there is no way for a Francophone to duplicate those accents unless you move to New York City and live there, or move to New England and live there, for a long time. I have been here all my life which is why I don't speak any French. I don't even think the Anglo Canadians can do our accents and I have been told by an Anglo Canadian friend that he cannot do it. So I would suggest that any attempt to steal part of a linguistic culture that is not your own is likely going to fail, and possibly even be laughed at. I would not go there.
    Wrong ! First ! it's no stealin'. Second you need to 'not only speak' but understand and accept their culture(wherever you go). Third; I think it is in the Anglo's gene to think that we don't laugh at them even when they speak english.

    Seriously, I've met and trained with many brave and fearless 'anglos' all around the world yet... when it comes to speak another language they were (almost everyone of them) chicken to be laughed at.

    A round of mortar ? nah ! they take it. A full charge ? they take it like real devils.
    But throw a french word in there and boom it's like having a nuke up their a**.

    As for the Anglo Canadian friend... I'm not surprised and that is not.. a good reference.

    Sure don't know what the hell is with your genes but when it comes to other languages ? you always seem to think it's impossible.

    As for to keep with this thread ? no matter if you are a 'local'...just say you're from Quebec but currently live in L.A. and you're in town to visit your family. They basically don't want to run into you on the streets or... else.
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