5 Things You Shouldn’t Say To An Escort

October 1, 2018

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Contrary to popular belief, being an escort isn’t easy. It requires a hell of a lot of work, so if you are going on a date with one, you need to make sure you avoid certain faux pas. You don’t want to make things awkward or uncomfortable, so it helps to know the things you should avoid saying.

Not sure what they are? Here on the XEscorts blog, Lara takes you through 5 things you shouldn’t say to an escort when you meet up with them for a date.

1. “You should be paying me!”

Confidence in your own skills can be sexy sometimes. However, when you are going out on dates with escorts and making the joke that they should be paying you because you are so good? That’s not the time to do it, so just don’t. It’s a joke they hear a lot, so if you are tempted to make one, don’t go for this one.

Probably the most common thing to say

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Some clients do it because they feel as though they need a boost to their confidence. They might be fishing for compliments. Escorts are usually more than happy to give compliments in the right circumstances. If you want a compliment or to feel better about your skills, ask what you can do to please them. It’ll go down a lot better than the old and pretty rubbish joke above.

2. “Let’s have a real date”

The chances are that, when dating escorts, you’ll start to forget that it is business. They are professionals, able to make you feel good and put you at ease. Sometimes you might even develop feelings for them which lead to you suggesting trying a date together sometime.

Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?

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Just remember that escorts get asked out on dates a lot. There are plenty of clients out there who will say that they’d love to date them properly, without payment. If you really respect your companion, you won’t suggest a ‘real’ date. You’ll just continue to pay them for their time and companionship and keep things business-like.

3. “I’m clean. Do I still need a condom?”

If you care about your sexual health, you’ll get checked regularly. This is whether you use a condom or not. So you might have a clean bill of health and find that the idea of using a condom just doesn’t appeal to you. You’d rather go without, so you suggest it to your date.

Being clean isn't an excuse to skip the condom

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The escort only has your word that you are clean. If you do have proof, that proof only shows that you were clean when you went for the test. They aren’t going to say yes, so don’t insult them by trying. And if they do, you should think about it. If they say “yes” to you going condomless, what are the chances that they have said it to someone else?

4. “I’m the client. I can have what I want!”

This is perhaps one of the most frustrating things to hear. Yes, you are the client. Yes, you are paying for the escort’s time and companionship… focus being on their time and companionship. Anything else that happens is down to the escort.

If you don't understand how escorting works, leave

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Your companion will be in charge of what happens on your date. If there is something specific you are looking for, you’ll probably have discussed it beforehand. If not, don’t count on getting it. Respect their time and their own interests instead of demanding what you want from them. If you do say the above, then you might just find yourself on their blacklist.

5. “Can I get a discount if…”

People are always trying their luck. They might want to try and get a discount when dating escorts, or even try and haggle on their price. Usually this is done by offering to spread the word about this companion, or with the promise of becoming a regular if they get a discount now.

Let me stop you there. Nothing should be exchanged for a discount

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Don’t do it. Escorts put their rates clearly on their profiles, unless it says that you need to ask them. Even then, you’ll be told before the date. If you turn up with the wrong amount of money, they aren’t likely to go “it’s fine”. Instead, they might just send you packing. Don’t haggle or try and get a discount.

To summarise…

Yes, you are paying for their time and companionship. However, this doesn’t mean that you can be a dick. The golden rule when dating escorts is “don’t be a dick”. If you are about to say something and think it might cause a problem, keep your mouth shut.

There are so many other things that you shouldn’t say to an escort. Got some suggestions of your own? Leave a comment in the box below with the biggest faux pas!

Lara Mills
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