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    Do you wait a few days before posting a review?

    I am new to the hobby and still a little paranoid about the possibility that a SP might link the person to the post. Even if it were so, what would happen if she didn't like the review? Pierce my car tires? Throw me out of the room naked? Nothing much I guess.

    But I am curious, do you wait or usually post the same day if time and motivation permit?

    B.

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    For myself, it's posted in the next hours

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    For me my reviews are always a couple of weeks after the fact and I don't give any details that would single me out in any way to the provider or agency.

    I stay discreet and that's the way I like it.
    "Just When I Thought I Was Out.....They Pull Me Back In!!!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by blover View Post
    I am new to the hobby and still a little paranoid about the possibility that a SP might link the person to the post. Even if it were so, what would happen if she didn't like the review? Pierce my car tires? Throw me out of the room naked? Nothing much I guess.

    But I am curious, do you wait or usually post the same day if time and motivation permit?

    B.
    If you're a little bit paranoid (like you sound to be) you should take TheDon's advice.
    And if you're not ? then I would suggest also to take TheDon's advice.

    Who knows ? she might blow your mind altogether next time !!!

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    blover, wait a few days or a couple wks if you have reservations about posting and being recognized. However, I doubt SPs are that crazy... though they might be at the lower price point, know what I mean.

    If ur very concerned about posting a bad revu and possible "retaliation"... then just dont post about that specific encounter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JH Fan View Post
    If you're a little bit paranoid (like you sound to be) you should take TheDon's advice.
    And if you're not ? then I would suggest also to take TheDon's advice.
    I'm going to have to follow this sage advice, as well. I used to write my reviews shortly after each encounter, otherwise I'll be too lazy later to write the review and start fantasizing about next one.

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    It's pretty obvious the chances of being recognzed are greater if you post within minutes or a few hours of an encounter. But remember that it's also what you tell about your encounter--the particular dress the girl had, music, particular wine you had, the sequence of places you did it in/ on, particular comments exchanged... -- that singles you out as "oh, it was THIS guy!!"...

    I like to post at least 24 hours later mostly to be able to let the dust settle and think more objectively about the encounter. If I wait too long, I forget the details though...

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    Thank you all for the good insight, I'm happy to see that I'm not the only one carefull about my anonymity toward the sp.

    b.

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    If its a glowing review, why not post it right away?
    If its going to include some things that she might not like then ya, wait a few days and don't give away the details that would give you away.
    Is she a girl that you want to repeat with?
    If you post with discretion, tact, honesty and respect then your eviews can go to work for you. Some girls you may meet or make initial contact with through their Merb advertising handle? Whenever I have given away my handle to an SP before the encounter, the encounter has almost always been one in which I would like to repeat. Any woman is going to give you a better time the more they know you and are comfortable with you. Giving them something to look into to see who you are, what you like, and what makes you tick can really help sometimes!

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