View Poll Results: When should a hooker get her tag line of "DEBUTANTE" removed ?

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  • One Week

    3 13.64%
  • One Month

    10 45.45%
  • Six Months

    6 27.27%
  • One Year +

    1 4.55%
  • Never or I don't care

    2 9.09%
  • If She's NEW to me, she's still a deb to me

    0 0%
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Thread: When is an SP no longer considered NEW to the Biz ?

  1. #1

    When is an SP no longer considered NEW to the Biz ?

    When should a hooker get her tag line of "DEBUTANTE" removed ?

    Should it be 1 week, 1 month, 6 months, 1 year +, Never or I don't care, if she's new to me, she's still a debutante

    As an example; Proctor & Gamble has been listing on their packaging that Tide Detergent is "New" for the past 2 years. They are just an example, as many companies do this.

    Do hobbyists take the word "debutante" listed by an agency seriously ? Keep in mind that according to some geniuses out there that the listing of a 23 year old girl as 20 years old is a major infraction and they should have to pay for my room at the Chablis as punishment. Come to think of it, an additional $20 discount off of their fees should be in order too.
    Last edited by Man Spors; 11-21-2010 at 01:34 PM.

  2. #2
    I would say a year but most don't make it a year. I think 6 months is fair. After 6 months lets lose the debutante tag line. I love Eleganza ggirls but they all can't be debutantes? Could they?

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    They lose their "Debutante" tag when they try to get away with giving you 1 SOG and don't stay the whole 1 hour.

    That's when you know they are broken into the biz!!
    "Just When I Thought I Was Out.....They Pull Me Back In!!!"

  4. #4
    "Debutante" and new are two different things. The can be "Debutantes" for years if they are part time.
    They are no longer new when everyone knows them and they loose interest or popularity.

  5. #5
    "Debutante" and new are two different things. The can be "Debutantes" for years if they are part time. They are no longer new when everyone knows them and they loose interest or popularity.
    Good point. Some girls are on the roster nightly and others might appear once in a blue moon.

    I think a girl can be marketed as a "debutante" for one week or up until her 10th client. I think a girl can be marketed as "new" for one month or up until her 50th client. A girl should get her Senior Ho badge at 250 clients and her Master Ho badge upon conquest of her 500th client. Hall of Fame induction should be held after the 1,000th client.

    For me, "debutante" status isn't exactly a selling point. I just see it as a euphamism for inexperienced, ambivalant, and awkward.

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