Presents.

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Do you like giving ( guys ) and receiving ( gals ) presents ?
I know I like seeing her enjoying the things I have given her ( and these are not always sex related ) although I've given her quite lot of underwear of the sort I really like to see her wearing and a number of vibrators and a doxy too :D:yahoo:.
To some extent, it's even better when I give her something not sex related, in a way, and see her pleasure at receiving something more for her "everyday life"from me :thumbsup:.
 
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~LittleMissOrla~

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Who doesn't like receiving presents?

I've never actually been bought a gift by a punter, it obviously isn't necessary in any way, but I'd be really touched if anybody did.
 
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jonboy

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Question for the ladies, I love bringing a present to a meeting (I'm fluffy like that) but always wondered if you prefer toys/lingerie or something non sex related?
 
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~LittleMissOrla~

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Question for the ladies, I love bringing a present to a meeting (I'm fluffy like that) but always wondered if you prefer toys/lingerie or something non sex related?
I think I'd quite like something non sex related personally. I can't really put my finger on why though.

Plus I like to pick my own bras as I know which styles are the most flattering on me.
 
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Who doesn't like receiving presents?

I've never actually been bought a gift by a punter, it obviously isn't necessary in any way, but I'd be really touched if anybody did.
What never ? Not even some sexy undies ?
As I said in my OP, I get a lot of pleasure from giving my lady presents. As you so rightly say, LMO, not necessary at all, and I know she never expects them, but if we both get enjoyment from my giving her things, why not ?
 
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I think I'd quite like something non sex related personally. I can't really put my finger on why though.

Plus I like to pick my own bras as I know which styles are the most flattering on me.
She was delighted with the set of china a gave her for new ( non working ) home :D.
As I tend to give her 1/4 cup bra's on the occasions I have given her such items, and as I know her back measurement, they seem to fit her OK, and look amazing on her :wacko:.
 
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What never ? Not even some sexy undies ?
As I said in my OP, I get a lot of pleasure from giving my lady presents. As you so rightly say, LMO, not necessary at all, and I know she never expects them, but if we both get enjoyment from my giving her things, why not ?
Never. I haven't been working all that long though to be fair.
 
#10
That depends, I don't expect presents and I've already got more than enough jewellery, perfume(I don't use much). I also have more than enough 'things'.

I do however like a nice steak, and have also been bought small but very thoughtful presents. I did have a problem with a couple of overly attached clients who would insist on bringing presents, yet would be pushing other boundaries. I tried to explain that what I'd prefer instead of a present would be for them to make a simple booking, turn up, have a good time, leave on time without any fuss, they said "Yes of course" but all the same behaviour continued, which has made me a little cynical about presents.

So I'd say it all depends on the person.
 
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I always think about a present for someone but then I see what other guys buy on Twitter etc and realise I am not in that league. One of my bucket lists is the dinner date, perhaps that is where I will start ..... :unknown:
 
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I always think about a present for someone but then I see what other guys buy on Twitter etc and realise I am not in that league. One of my bucket lists is the dinner date, perhaps that is where I will start ..... :unknown:
Dinner dates are always appreciated! But I wouldn't worry about the cost of a gift, it's the fact that somebody would think to buy you one when you aren't expecting it. Something like a box of chocolates, a bottle of wine, a book or something else that's inexpensive but nice.
 
#13
I never quite understand the rationale for this business of giving presents to WGs. If I engage the services of a WG I shall be paying her a remuneration at a level normally considered reasonable for a highly qualified surgeon, lawyer or accountant or a High Court Judge, all of whom have attained their position only after years of study, the passing of numerous examinations, and then years of experience. Why then should I feel it necessary to ply her with presents as well? After all, my doctor, my solicitor, and my accountant don`t expect them and the High Court Judge would probably commit me to prison on the spot if I offered him one; and I certainly don`t buy presents for my barber or my dentist or the man who supplies my logs and central heating oil, or comes to service the boiler or the washing machine.

We are constantly told by those same ladies that any relationship between them and us is purely `business`; if we attempt to go beyond that by telephoning them or sending them texts would normally result in communications being blocked; if I asked one out to dinner I should have to pay her by the hour to do so.

If a lady wishes to enter into a friendship with me, to receive and reciprocate my `phone calls, emails and texts and generally engage in friendly social intercourse with me then, and only then, will I be delighted to ply her with gifts, and take her out to dinner, but as far as I`m concerned there is no chance of her "having it both ways"

A business is a business and a friendship is a friendship; presents are for friends and family - but only if they reciprocate.
 
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Everyone loves receiving gifts although I do at times find it awkward especially if they have spent more than a few quid on it. I have been bought some very expensive gifts and felt very uncomfortable about it. Little gifts that cost nothing to barely anything but have been thought about mean so much more than a big gesture. I mentioned my love for Andre Rieu and someone downloaded all his CDs for me. It cost nothing to do and is still now one of my favourite items and I listen to it daily. Another bought me cherry Lipsyl which I am never without and again its was greatly appreciated as I like to keep one at work, one in each of my handbags, one in the car and one at home. What I don't like are flowers as I have hayfever or alcohol as I don't drink and have had clients bring drink and trying to force me through guilt to drink some. I don't drink due to taking a lot of medication and someone trying to force me to (as its a gift) is not a good idea.
 
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Dani

Not too long ago I had a very uncomfortable booking with someone who seemed to think he was being hospitable by badgering me to have some wine. I gave him a very good reason for me not wanting alcohol, yet he wouldn't stop offering it.

The fact I don't drink is mentioned on my website, and AW profile, plus he said he'd chosen me carefully.

There's nothing worse than someone continually asking for something I do not do!
 
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Dinner dates are always appreciated! But I wouldn't worry about the cost of a gift, it's the fact that somebody would think to buy you one when you aren't expecting it. Something like a box of chocolates, a bottle of wine, a book or something else that's inexpensive but nice.
Quite ! Gifts don't need to be expensive, but if they're truly personal, then they are usually happily received.
Dani

Not too long ago I had a very uncomfortable booking with someone who seemed to think he was being hospitable by badgering me to have some wine. I gave him a very good reason for me not wanting alcohol, yet he wouldn't stop offering it.

The fact I don't drink is mentioned on my website, and AW profile, plus he said he'd chosen me carefully.

There's nothing worse than someone continually asking for something I do not do!
What an awful situation for you to be in SB :(.
 
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Teetotallers remain a unique anomaly for many people in western Europe - they simply don't understand why somebody would decline the offer of a drink. I have a mild allergy to it and so alcohol rarely figures in my life; don't miss it just like I don't miss meat. Dani & Strawberry, I can empathise - it's the relentless, "You sure? Not even one?" that you're constantly having to politely fend off. It's intended as well-meaning but somehow doesn't take in to account an individual's preference.
In other cultures, eg. some Asian or South American, it can cause great distress if you decline their food. Horses for courses and all that.
 
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I've taken odd small gifts as ice-breakers a couple of times, but not for quite a while now and one girl specifically asked me to get a bottle on the way round and deduct it from her fee (I didn't). I don't see the point as it's punting, not dating. I think the best gift a WG can receive is a clean and tidy guy, who's polite and armed with the correct money. I've know of guys who go loaded up like they're taking part in some sort of game show....

tcm
 
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...... I forgot a client gave me some home made pea soup ........ vege version ......... best soup ever :P
 
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I bought a regular a pair of thigh high PVC boots recently. Although she wears them, they're for me really. ;) She reciprocated by buying me a vibrating butt plug. Lovely.
 
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In the early days of my punting career I did once bring an escort her favourite wine, as it happens to also be my favourite. It is relatively rare in this country - impossible to find in shops you have to order it online and probably only three or four places you can find it at a reasonable price (it's not desperately expensive, around £20 or so). I'd mentioned that we had the same taste in wine in the preamble / discussions. I'd read lots of good reviews of her and she was very local so figured she definitely had potential to be a regular so I thought it would be a nice touch to bring a bottle along. I always have some in my wine fridge so no major hassle for me.

When I got there she took the bottle, thanked me, then looked at it, said she'd put it in the fridge for later and that was that. Seemed completely underwhelmed by the gesture. So I figured why bother and haven't bought any gifts since.
 
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I don't buy presents, but I do tend to provide drinks (Moet, Absolut, Red Bull) / chocs / biccies depending on their tastes.
A few times we meet in the hotel bar and I'll get the drinks in too, and maybe a snack / dinner after if they don't have to rush off.

Once, someone bought ME a Subway for dinner as she thought we'd be hungry after! :-) That was nice.
 
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I don't buy presents, but I do tend to provide drinks (Moet, Absolut, Red Bull) / chocs / biccies depending on their tastes.
A few times we meet in the hotel bar and I'll get the drinks in too, and maybe a snack / dinner after if they don't have to rush off.

Once, someone bought ME a Subway for dinner as she thought we'd be hungry after! :-) That was nice.
I have bought a couple of regs dinner after a punt, but the next time we went out they insisted on buying which was really nice.
 
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I buy gifts for those girls who make me feel particularly good or go the extra mile. It's usually personal to the girl although did buy sexy knickers once for our mutual pleasure
 
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i bought a bunch of roses on valentines day, some chocs n card. i buy a lot of gifts tbh to one regular. a box of ferrero rocher gets rewards when its there favourite.
 
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Teetotallers remain a unique anomaly for many people in western Europe - they simply don't understand why somebody would decline the offer of a drink. I have a mild allergy to it and so alcohol rarely figures in my life; don't miss it just like I don't miss meat. Dani & Strawberry, I can empathise - it's the relentless, "You sure? Not even one?" that you're constantly having to politely fend off. It's intended as well-meaning but somehow doesn't take in to account an individual's preference.
In other cultures, eg. some Asian or South American, it can cause great distress if you decline their food. Horses for courses and all that.
I have an alcohol allergy as well. Its bloody annoying sometimes.
 
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