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About daaacz

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  • Birthday 10/31/1973
  1. Best tool for your tool

    Disposable razor and scissors. Pull the skin tight and shave. It's surprisingly easy and safe. I've never drawn blood, but got some razor burn once which made it hard to sit still. Lots of shaving lotion/cream is the secret to avoiding that.
  2. Minneapolis

    In MN we don't have one good source. I have to use many of them: eros, slixa, AdultSearch, AdultLook, Megapersonals (yuck). Recently Tryst and PrivateDelights have started to pick up. My favorite local spot is MinnesotaErotica.
  3. Ironic

    Saw this ad yesterday. Made me laugh.
  4. Saying Goodbye and Thank you - Retiring

    I never had the pleasure of meeting you, but I wish you good fortune and happiness going forward.
  5. Time Wasters

    Your message is much longer than mine. I have message envy. I haven't taken advantage of them, but there are some agencies out there that operate that way. You pay a flat fee for a specific time slot and if you cancel within 48 hours of your appointment it costs nothing or just a small fee. If you're really interested in that arrangement, you might want to give one of them a shot. I'm not too sure about the prepay option, though. Credit card charges are too easy to dispute, so it's tough to use them in this industry. Good luck out there.
  6. Great when he is???

    Every provider I've met has told me I'm well endowed and damn good at playing. Why would I ever doubt them? Seriously though, unless you're paying to be dominated and abused I don't think any provider is going to tell you anything negative--not if she wants the return business. I would, however, suspect some might be willing to instruct you if you express interest in learning.
  7. It’s cold....

    Not sure whether this is sarcasm or not so, I'll clear it up. Weather <> climate.
  8. My date that ended in tears

    Kids are great, but can be challenging. I hope you got it all straightened out. I've had some interesting emergency parenting calls myself. Any parent would understand. Maybe you could offer to try something new with him; something that will make it a special visit?
  9. Time online

    I spend a lot of time online for the "hobby." I enjoy "window shopping" for my next companion. When I'm having a slow day at work, I can spend a couple hours. I like it so much that I actually feel some regret once the hunt is over and I've booked my appointment.
  10. Arriving at the appointment.

    Well, when I'm the one hosting I will give the room # and tell her to walk right in. Then I stick the room key in the slot between the latch and the strike plate. The door will hold itself closed, but won't latch shut and will easily push open. Voila! It's funny though. Whenever someone walks through the door and the key card falls, she always tries to catch it or stops to pick it up. It doesn't matter whether I warn her ahead of time. It's just human nature, I guess.
  11. References

    Hey Cowboy, I'm also In infrequent "hobbyist," so I run into similar issues. I always ask a provider if she is willing to provide a reference. This serves two purposes. First, I can make sure she is reference-friendly. Secondly, it serves to remind the provider of who you are and why you're worthy of a reference. I usually do my best to give a distinct gift that I hope she will remember me by in the future. You could also try P411. The same thing can apply. Providers may still want more information than the P411 "OK's," but it's another easy system where you can be verified. I don't remember whether they are accepting new members, but it's been useful to me in the past. Finally, I have built up some relationships with people on this board. Because of my posts and my respectful attitude, several providers on this board have been happy to see me. For us guys who can't get out that often, every little bit helps. Good luck out there.
  12. Being a newbie is hard work.

    Dude, it's not that bad. Do your research. Find threads on this board about being a newbie and read them. Remember, screen is for her safety and for yours. If she feels comfortable, you're both going to have a much better time together. Get used to handling "no" gracefully. I'm an infrequent visitor to Denver, so whenever I visit I get a few "no's" due to lack of recent history. Whenever I get a no, I still send a brief thank you because she has spent her time replying to my request. If you are respectful, you have already started building a relationship with that provider even though you weren't able to book time with her. There are plenty of newbie-friendly providers who advertise on this board. Choose one, be polite, and follow her screening instructions. Chances are you will be pleasantly surprised by who you end up meeting. Have fun and be safe.
  13. Screwed that one up

    I thought of giving more details (incall vs. outcall, etc.) about her ad to continue the conversation and defend myself, but if I go too far it could identify her. That's not why I posted this. Sometimes you just need to vent a bit. Thanks for the support, y'all! That's why I'm a member of this community.
  14. Just a mini-rant because this bugged me and I need to get it off my chest: I hate when this happens. I thought I was doing everything right, then I got this response. I assume she didn't like the verbiage I used, but can't really be sure. I guess I'll just be more careful about which terms I use in the future. Fortunately, I found someone else to spend my time with; someone I've had my eye on for quite a while. I think it worked out for the best.