"Night on the town" asking for too much?
I am in Montreal for the next few weeks, and I am looking for some fun companionship.... dinner, dancing, checking out some cool city spots and definitely some late night activities. Is this something a SP would be interested in for a reasonable rate and a fun/free night out on the town? Just wondering. Thanks!
Yep, it's more the other way around. If you have an indie regular who genuinely likes you, she may eventually only charge you for bedroom time and not for going out on the town with you. But no escort is going to do that for a new customer; you're definitely asking too much there (some SPs charge a little less than their hourly rate for 5 hour "dinner dates," but only a little less), and it's certainly not something to count on even with a regular you think you have a close connection with.
Originally Posted by 10-4Roger
A lady told me one about a regular customer wanting to bring her on a "holiday" for a week.He stated: I will pay your ticket,hotel,all meals and entertainment...She did not know how to break it to him; i make $2000 a week net that i am suppose to write off,...And i do have a private life(may be boyfriend,kids,other job or else)why would i go on holidays with you? I can afford it on my terms with who i want...It would have to net me a bigger profit...
Many women who work in this industry are not attached, meaning no boyfriend, etc. I have met a few women who would for a daily fee much less than the normal hourly rate x 24 would consider a longer date. If you like them and they like you, meaning you get along socially, it can be a good time. But I agree that you should see them for a while before considering lengthy dates to know if you have a compatibility.
Originally Posted by duetoday