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    Service vs Attitude: a question about the scoring system.

    Still trying to understand the subtlety of the scoring system.

    LL has already pointed out to me that service is about the quality of a certain service (ex: ) and that attitude is her outside of the service she procures (ex: how she receives you, the conversation and how she shows you out or how she leaves)

    But how about her ``attitude`` during the service? Is it scored in the service part or the attitude? For example, she may procure a poor quality BJ in terms of what she does with her mouth but may be in to it giving you the slutty look and all. Or the other way around, an excellent BJ but you may have to close your eyes and imagine some other person in your head because she is ``mecanical`` or constantly clockwatching.

    I know that scoring is very imprecise and impersonal and a full description is much better but I like to understand stuff.

    B.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blover View Post
    Still trying to understand the subtlety of the scoring system.

    LL has already pointed out to me that service is about the quality of a certain service (ex: ) and that attitude is her outside of the service she procures (ex: how she receives you, the conversation and how she shows you out or how she leaves)

    But how about her ``attitude`` during the service? Is it scored in the service part or the attitude? For example, she may procure a poor quality BJ in terms of what she does with her mouth but may be in to it giving you the slutty look and all. Or the other way around, an excellent BJ but you may have to close your eyes and imagine some other person in your head because she is ``mecanical`` or constantly clockwatching.

    I know that scoring is very imprecise and impersonal and a full description is much better but I like to understand stuff.


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    Hello Blover,

    I`d say the problem is that scoring is imprecise and subjectively personal to the individual doing the scoring. For example I disagree with the statement that seems to limit or emphasize the scoring around a ``certain service`` (). I would never weight my overall score( if I ever gave one) around one service element, and is definitely not paramount in an encounter for me.

    For me, everything about an encounter is interwoven and no one facet trumps the others. That is why I always give descriptions about my encounters and never score separate elements or offer overall scores. To me those who do score are helpful, but only in relative comparison to other scorers, which provides some reference point. But scoring is just too subjective. Explaining the nuances is what I find most helpful.

    If you are looking to understand the ``subtlety of the scoring system`` the truth is the standards of measurement or what should be included are never going to be universally agreed upon because everyone has individual emphasis on what is sought and how it should be measured. The best methods are to read as many reviews as you can for broader perspective or privately contact someone with similar tastes who you trust to uncover the quality of the nuances you prefer.

    Good luck,

    Merlot
    Last edited by Merlot; 06-25-2011 at 11:28 AM.

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    .. Merlot is right, there is no universally agreed upon standards of measurement....

    The only thing Merlot is wrong about is about the Bruins being Champions, even if they won the cup, they're not Champions...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Royal View Post
    The only thing Merlot is wrong about is about the Bruins being Champions, even if they won the cup, they're not Champions...
    Funny, Royal. Oh, let Merlot and the good people in Boston have their glory. I was hoping for Vancouver to win but hey . . . .

    An SP with a good attitude is more likely to deliver better service than one who is in a bad mood.

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    Thanks guys, I guess I will mostly stick to the long form description.

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    Blover, I agree with your impression that both service and attitude can overlap. I don`t use scoring systems for that reason, like Merlot. But many do. Here`s my quick- dirty way of reading into it.
    (all this may be real or pretend on the part of the girl by the way... )
    a) Girls comes in all cheery, happy to see you, enjoyes her time with you (not just the conversation), seems to want more sex... this is better attitude. Often, better attitude is combined with good service.
    b) Girl makes an effort to make sure you`re happy, that you enjoy and cum, even though you don`t think she`s particularly enjoying her time, or while you get the feeling she is mechanical... this is service... hig service marks, lower attitude marks.

    For some people, service has to do with the performance of the ``act`` performed e.g. a girl who is proficient in with DT, BLS, many ways to blow you, etc. That is ``service`` rating. Some will rate it into ``the sex`` part also. Some girls stick to a short menu of ``services`` rendered (, LFK and straighforward sex without much more to it) and this would rank lower in the service part.

    OF course, all of this is subjective, but I wanted you to have another point of view. HOpe it helps.

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    Thanks H. thats exactly the impression I had.
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    blover, I look at it this way...

    Service = the mechanics + doing part
    Attitude = personality + acting part

    So a lady can obviously have the best attitude but the worst service making it par for the course type of session (effort and the impression of trying goes a hell of a long way) BUT a lady that delivers rockstar service but has a shitty attitude will just about always fuck things up for you.

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    Thanks ET, thats a pretty clear explanation.
    B.

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