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#1
I would like female perspective on this

Are they unwanted ? Do you burn them after receiving? (i've never seen them at regulars a second time )

I don't give for reciprocation and they are never conventional it's I get an idea and run with it, am I pissing in the wind buying gifts?
 
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I guess it would depend on the gift. I used to get bottles of wine or other alcohol which I have to raffles as I don't drink and have it on my profile. Some will really appreciate the gift while others won't. Sometimes the simple gifts give the most pleasure. I had a lovely cd made for me when I mentioned I meditate daily. It cost him nothing but I use it often. If a girl expects gifts then she is not the type who will appreciate them and those that don't expect them get great pleasure from them as well as the thought put into it
 
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I certainly don't expect gifts, you clients pay enough already, but they are always appreciated.

I think it depends on the gift given whether or not it's a good idea though. As Dani said, giving alcohol to a non drinker perhaps won't be appreciated, as well as things like flowers to an escort who has a partner.

I usually get food and soft drinks which definitely put a smile on my face!
 
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I have a regular who once said that she loves strawberries so next visit I bought a pack along for her. She was very pleased but then showed me her fridge which already had about 6 packs of strawberries in it. Goes to show how predictable we punters can be.
 
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I have a regular who once said that she loves strawberries so next visit I bought a pack along for her. She was very pleased but then showed me her fridge which already had about 6 packs of strawberries in it. Goes to show how predictable we punters can be.
:D

I try and stay away from something she might want or need that way no chance of being something they have

Example
Cat money box (practical as con store hourly fee)



But as said never saw it again on return so probably binned :unknown::cry:
 
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I certainly don't expect gifts, you clients pay enough already, but they are always appreciated.

I think it depends on the gift given whether or not it's a good idea though. As Dani said, giving alcohol to a non drinker perhaps won't be appreciated, as well as things like flowers to an escort who has a partner.

I usually get food and soft drinks which definitely put a smile on my face!
What does a partner have to do with it?
 
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I love gifts but not an actual requirement and whereas a gift may get an extra initial hug it won't make any difference to how someone is treated, some people can't afford gifts anyway so everyone get treated the same
 
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#24
What does a partner have to do with it?
I'll give an example. I've worked with girls who've recieved absolutely beautiful flowers/gifts but as their partners didn't know about the job, they couldn't keep them. I imagine the partners would think it was slightly odd that the girls are coming home with bunches of roses or whatever if they think they work in an office.

I'm not speaking for everyone there, it's just something that I've witnessed.
 
#25
Ah right, so it's in case their partners aren't aware.

I suppose some could also leave flowers in their working flat.

I've always been fine receiving flowers, whether I have a partner, or are single.
 
#27
I really appreciate gifts- as it is going over and beyond from what we expect from a punter. I have a regular who buys me my favourite perfume for my birthday every year :) it is very much appreciated xx
 
#28
Not really, I don't except to be given one as you guys pay enough but been treated to the odd gift over the months nevertheless. It's a kind gesture in all but I certainly couldn't see myself actively asking or hinting for them.
 
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#30
I wouldn't expect gifts, but when I have received them I have been very greatfull. It's a lovely gesture. They have ranged from the usual flowers, wine and chocolate to jewlery and lingerie and a Sunday morning reg always brings croissants for us to have with coffee, is that classed as a gift? Oh and I have had a rose bush. But they get the same service as any one who doesn't bring anything. In fact one of the nicest things I received was a thank you card with some lovely words written in.
 
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#32
One wg I saw a few times, who let my 1 hour bookings run into several hours for free, asked for wine and other simple but helpful things.
I was very happy to oblige, because the cost was minimal and her appreciation and hospitality was very welcome.
 
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I'll give an example. I've worked with girls who've recieved absolutely beautiful flowers/gifts but as their partners didn't know about the job, they couldn't keep them. I imagine the partners would think it was slightly odd that the girls are coming home with bunches of roses or whatever if they think they work in an office.

I'm not speaking for everyone there, it's just something that I've witnessed.
It does make me wonder that if their partner doesn't know what they do then maybe it's not the person for them?
 
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~LittleMissOrla~

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It does make me wonder that if their partner doesn't know what they do then maybe it's not the person for them?
I would find it extremely difficult to lead a double life like that. It must be exhausting. I'm also honest to a fault so could never do it but I can see how it must be hard if you're scared of their reaction and the stigma attached to it.
 
#36
Personalised gifts are always a treat. I have a regular that always brings me a new book to read because I'm an English student and he's got to know my literary tastes. They're sometimes old and tatty, but he's thought about them, which is worth more to me than, say, some expensive jewellery that doesn't suit my style. I would be confused (though flattered) if I got a gift in a first booking, but I know I'm doing my job right when regulars start getting me things I like. I would never expect them - I get a very nice fee already - but I do love them when I get them!
 
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#37
Any lady here who invests in one of these and has it as her method of accepting payment, is going to shoot up my hotlist !
Yes but you'd be a bit conspicuous carrying around £150 worth of pound coins :D and I wouldn't think the WG working from a hotel would want to rent a security van to take home her days earnings if we all did it:lol:
 
#38
I have a regular who gives me a John Lewis voucher on each visit. He used to bring me various perfumes but they never smelt good to me ( have to be honest ), so I had to stop him asap.

The most common gifts I receive are pralines ( not great as they always end up being opened straight away and eaten within an hour ), a bottle of alcohol ( I hardly drink so struggle with that), wildlife books ( another one for a book shelf )...

I really don't expect any pressies. A happy satisfied punter is a big gift to me and if they ever return you get that heartwarming feeling that you must have done something right...
 
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EnglishPhoebe

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:D

I try and stay away from something she might want or need that way no chance of being something they have

Example
Cat money box (practical as con store hourly fee)



But as said never saw it again on return so probably binned :unknown::cry:
Someone please get me one of these!!! lol
 
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jonboy

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Some people are banned on ukp yet still posting here. Hmmm.
Think it depends why they were banned, admin seems to be keeping a tight rein on things
Admin said something before (don't know if quoting another thread will work..
He is yes, but banned members from UKP can join this site as long as what they got banned for isn't serious enough to never want them (e.g. outing punters or WGs, etc.).
He already messaged me to ask.
 
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