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Thread: Is it safe to take a shower at SP?

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    Is it safe to take a shower at SP?

    Hi gentlemen,

    I have no experience in seeing SPs, so before my first time health questions are raised in my mind.
    When it comes to shower, do SPs have a set of fresh towels or there is just one reusable?

    Another question: can I refuse taking shower at SP assuming I had shower 1 hour before coming and/or assuming I donít claim , just condom protected vaginal intercourse?

    Sorry for possibly strange questions and thank you anyway!

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    First have an eye on your wallet/money unless you have good reason to trust the SP. If you never met the SP or the agency, it's good to bring a small travel bag with your own towel, soap, shampoo, gargle. Generally the SP will appreciate you are a clean guy. If it is obvious you just got out of the shower, take at least the time to refresh yourself. If the SP insist you take a full shower, just comply. So many guys are not so clean. They pretend they took a shower home before leaving... but they left a long time ago.

    Cleanlyness is the first step to get a nice service. If the SP doesn't mind about you being clean, what his her concern toward her own safety. Being clean is fun and safe for both part.
    Some like it mild, I like it hot

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    Join Date
    Jun 2003
    That's a great idea of bringing your own supplies to freshen up.

    Especially if you are not the SPs first client fresh towels might all be used up.

    I agree that even if you shower before hand and the SP still insist just comply as to make the encounter go more smoothly...
    "Just When I Thought I Was Out.....They Pull Me Back In!!!"

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    Ok, how many times you see an escort go to the sink , wet the towel a bit, and wash her snatch just after you to get it ready for the next 17th guy of the day?

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    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Look behind you.
    And how many times to you see a SP just get dressed after an encounter

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    Thank you guys for the answers.
    A travel bag seems to be a good solution.

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