A long time ago, I wrote a piece for Action magazine titled “The Do’s and Don’ts of Incall Etiquette.” In it I covered the usual crap (shower, shave and be nice) and added that even if you hate women deep down inside, a guy can still elicit the girl’s best by feigning a healthy love for all members of the opposite sex. After all, he only need keep the show up for 60 minutes…and in so doing, will have a much better time with his chosen mate.
I relate this today because last night I was on the phone with an old girlfriend and while listening to her usual banal conversation, wondered why this girl can’t pretend to be interesting for 60 minutes. She knows exactly what I hate in her (or she should) and could herself elicit what she wanted from me by simply presenting herself in such a way as to not kill my hard-on with all her boring, gossipy, drama-ridden bull shit.
I even tried to verbally convince her to consciously make an effort not to turn me off for a change. But it was useless. She simply cannot control her impulses and hide what an incredibly annoying individual she truly is. And in her sloth, the girl gets the worst kind of performance from me. She gets no sympathy nor sound advice because she cannot pretend to be normal and interesting for one minute – let alone sixty!
But just because she’s a totally hopeless case doesn’t mean that we all are. So I repeat today’s central theme. To have the best possible time you can with any girl, every guy should know how to pretend to be the man he thinks she wants to be with. And the best thing is…that when it comes to escorts, the act only has to go on for 60 minutes. With girlfriends, it can be hours…days…or even a lifetime. And that’s what’s so good about the pros. You can pack a whole lot of fun into 60 minutes…and then go off by yourself to drink beer, burp, fart and watch Sportscenter for the rest of the night. And that “me” time will be oh so sublime if you just put on the 60 minute show which will make your girl give you her very best. So simple! Too bad so many people miss the obvious.