Nervous on phone

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I have in the past had ladies put the phone down on me because I've got nervous and started to stutter . I'm wondering if any of the ladies on here would do the same
 
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I have in the past had ladies put the phone down on me because I've got nervous and started to stutter . I'm wondering if any of the ladies on here would do the same
When I made my very first phone call to an escort I was so sick with nerves and my breathing began to get very shakey.
I had to call her again the next day to confirm but the phone just rang out!
 
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I hate talking on the phone. That's what txt/e-mail is for!! Only maybe once or twice actually had to use the phone, hated it, but managed to not entirely fuck things up and actually made a booking.
 
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I am used to nervous clients stuttering or suddenly going silent on the phone but as I have spoke to them and know they are real I will tell them it's ok to text or email as it will be easier for them. I only hang up if someone is rude or I can hear them fapping away
 
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Its the only way I communicate to enquire and book my punts apart from maybe texts with regulars, been doing so for over 30 years though before mobiles I had to find a working phone box which could be a task in itself. I have my spiel down pat.
 
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I have in the past had ladies put the phone down on me because I've got nervous and started to stutter . I'm wondering if any of the ladies on here would do the same
Sorry to hear that!
In my early punting I was also nervous to talk on the phone, so I actually write down things I wanted to say and ask. It proved useful for me.
 
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I am used to nervous clients stuttering or suddenly going silent on the phone but as I have spoke to them and know they are real I will tell them it's ok to text or email as it will be easier for them. I only hang up if someone is rude or I can hear them fapping away
Hahahaha - does that happen a lot - the fapping I mean? Cannot imagine how/why you would get off just from talking to an escort!
 
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You would be surprised. I think they must buy the galleries or videos and watch them and call at the same time. You can always tell as they want you to list all your services and if you do they then want to know what you will do to them if they book (they never do). Strange things turn on people
 
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I am never rude on the phone and don't go silent . One lady rang me back because she didn't answer her phone in time . Weird thing is I was fine and just chatted to her without a single stutter
 
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No, I stay on and try and coax something out of them, but usually they put the phone down. Some call back, some don't.
 
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The phone usually means I am doing a same day punt. In which case I have half a dozen to call in the hopes one calls back. The first one I call gets all the nerves when I leave the voice mail. The remainder just roll off as I get into my punter stride. :cool:
 
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I much prefer to do it by text or email but many insist on a phone call which puts me off a wee bit but i do ring if i need to id rather not, dunno why.it just feels wrong to me, cant explain
 
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I am never rude on the phone, even to the obvious tw and rude ones, although I won't accommodate them for long. I don't take bookings without speaking on the phone first, so that phone call is crucial for both parties. Usually, if obviously nervous, I will try and make them feel more comfortable by chatting and being friendly and humourous if I can. Later communications can then all be done via text or email.
I remember when I first started, the horror of the phone ringing and having to answer it. I would be in a cold sweat.
 
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I am never rude on the phone, even to the obvious tw and rude ones, although I won't accommodate them for long. I don't take bookings without speaking on the phone first, so that phone call is crucial for both parties. Usually, if obviously nervous, I will try and make them feel more comfortable by chatting and being friendly and humourous if I can. Later communications can then all be done via text or email.
I remember when I first started, the horror of the phone ringing and having to answer it. I would be in a cold sweat.
That is a great attitude to have :thumbsup:

Sadly I have found some to not be so pleasant when I have called! When this has happened I have said 'thank you, anyway' and put the phone down.
 
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Okay I wouldnt ever hang up on someone just because they are nervous on the phone or stutter. HOWEVER...if the stutter is so bad that a conversation cannot be had then I would suggest an email to explain the stutter, a phone call as some wont believe you and then arrange it by email or text. Ive taken plenty of text and email bookings beforehand and never had a problem with the guys who arrived, ive had one or two not arrive but thats a different thing and those guys would still have messed me about if they had called to make the booking.

OP, if someone wont be understanding of something that is actually classed as a disability once its at a certain level then do you really want to see that sort of person anyway. Just move on to someone who is a bit more understanding and actually has a touch of empathy in them. I have a lisp, if anyone had an issue with that they wouldnt get the time of day from me and also when Im caught out in an argument,ie I didnt see it coming then I stutter slightly too till I get a grasp on the situation...then I dont
 
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I am fine with stutterers, what I don't like is someone who doesn't get to the point, or who talks over me making assumptions, not giving me chance to reassure and explain things.

I have put the phone down on stutterers who have started asking for in depth descriptions, gone over services umpteen times, or are asking for something which isn't going to happen. For example someone telling me they are based a 3 hour journey away, don't travel, aren't able to accommodate and aren't able to pay outcall rates.
 
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I am fine with stutterers, what I don't like is someone who doesn't get to the point, or who talks over me making assumptions, not giving me chance to reassure and explain things.

I have put the phone down on stutterers who have started asking for in depth descriptions, gone over services umpteen times, or are asking for something which isn't going to happen. For example someone telling me they are based a 3 hour journey away, don't travel, aren't able to accommodate and aren't able to pay outcall rates.
No I cant stand someone who talks over me when they have asked me a question. I end up just being silent then when they say hello hello I tell them that if they will let me finish a sentance I will answer their question. 10 out of 10 times the guys that do that end up in the completely wrong place because they have talked over me whilst giving them directions then try to bluff away once they FINALLY arrive that I should have said this or that as if I dont know my own local landmarks and location.
 
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I have put the phone down on stutterers who have started asking for in depth descriptions, gone over services umpteen times, or are asking for something which isn't going to happen. For example someone telling me they are based a 3 hour journey away, don't travel, aren't able to accommodate and aren't able to pay outcall rates.
That's one thing I never do . I just ask the lady if she is available and where her nearest railway station is
 
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OP, if someone wont be understanding of something that is actually classed as a disability once its at a certain level then do you really want to see that sort of person anyway. Just move on to someone who is a bit more understanding and actually has a touch of empathy in them. I have a lisp, if anyone had an issue with that they wouldnt get the time of day from me and also when Im caught out in an argument,ie I didnt see it coming then I stutter slightly too till I get a grasp on the situation...then I dont
I think not too be honest which is why i never try to contact them again
 
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I disagree Bristol I've found that the majority of those who text claiming to be nervous(or a host of other reasons to not phone) usually go on and on with ping pong text, going over services as I described above, and very rarely go through with a booking, if ever.

Now someone who texts having read my details, with time place, booking length, says is nervous, I reassure him and agree a phone call, that's fine.
 
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I disagree Bristol I've found that the majority of those who text claiming to be nervous(or a host of other reasons to not phone) usually go on and on with ping pong text, going over services as I described above, and very rarely go through with a booking, if ever.

Now someone who texts having read my details, with time place, booking length, says is nervous, I reassure him and agree a phone call, that's fine.
I can see what you mean but I would send one text or email to explain I get nervous on phone , and stutter. There will be some guys that will use it as an excuse for text ping pong. I am not one of those
 
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No I cant stand someone who talks over me when they have asked me a question. I end up just being silent then when they say hello hello I tell them that if they will let me finish a sentance I will answer their question. 10 out of 10 times the guys that do that end up in the completely wrong place because they have talked over me whilst giving them directions then try to bluff away once they FINALLY arrive that I should have said this or that as if I dont know my own local landmarks and location.
I had this happen just this week. Guy kept talking over said he knew where I was. In the end I gave up and left him to it. Time of appointment he rings up to say he is in the village, well sir I am sorry but you are no where near where I am.
 
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I can see what you mean but I would send one text or email to explain I get nervous on phone , and stutter. There will be some guys that will use it as an excuse for text ping pong. I am not one of those
The nightmare for any guy is to figure out which is the route the girl prefers and get it right first time. There is one girl in Cardiff, high profile who only accepts texts because she is out and about and refuses to answer phone or emails. This is the complete opposite of what other girls want.

Sometimes its clear on the profile, other times its a crapshoot, as I have found on numerous occasions. When I ask fellow punters what is the solution....don't worry fella, drive on to the next one. Which is true but I cannot believe its good for business.
 
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I much prefer to do it by text or email but many insist on a phone call which puts me off a wee bit but i do ring if i need to id rather not, dunno why.it just feels wrong to me, cant explain
It's because you can tell a LOT from someone by speaking to them on the phone - I never confirm a booking without doing so.
 
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The nightmare for any guy is to figure out which is the route the girl prefers and get it right first time. There is one girl in Cardiff, high profile who only accepts texts because she is out and about and refuses to answer phone or emails. This is the complete opposite of what other girls want.

Sometimes its clear on the profile, other times its a crapshoot, as I have found on numerous occasions. When I ask fellow punters what is the solution....don't worry fella, drive on to the next one. Which is true but I cannot believe its good for business.
This is why I aim to be as consistent as I can with adverts and all communications. If a new client uses text to contact me I'll acknowledge, then tell him that if he'd like to go further I'll happily speak on the phone.

The only time I don't reply would be if the message is something like 'ru available', or 'hi', 'mytown now'. There's also the phenomenon of men who phone, put the phone down as soon as you say "Hello", then shoot off a text with 'mytown now'. I had one of these last week, the 'mytown now' text was followed a few minutes later with '??!'.

When on holiday I also might leave my texts unanswered, this is because if I decide to leave my phone off during my break, when I turn it back on I'll only receive texts sent in the last 72 hours - networks will deliver texts up to 72 hours after sending, if the recipients phone is turned off then the texts are dumped into the ether. I do set my voicemail, AW and external email vacation replies to inform anyone trying to contact me via those methods that I am uncontactable until x date, and will reply to all emails on my return. I'll also write my breaks into my AW profile, website and anywhere else within reason.
 
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I used to be nervous on the phone, which would crate a quiver in my voice but after about 10 years I'm fine calling girls now. They're just human beings after all.
 
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