Saturday, 31 January 2015
Friday, 22 February 2013
Still very much under the radar. And venturing into new areas (geographically). Found another Brilliant Regular as well (I'm sure she is reading! Hi There!). Not much more to say. Most or all of what I have to say about this hobby is on the blog already. I occasionally visit the punternet forum, and I am on a few other forums (outside UK) under different names just to stay informed about the local scenes. I suspect some of you are still reading occasionally, and I miss several of you, notably the helicopter pilot, the Muse and "l'artiste". You also seem to have gone under the Radar. Take well care and Have fun All!
Posted by ptrleeds at 06:18
Tuesday, 24 April 2012
During the Olympics, you can best get around on foot (and probably by bike, if you want to get further..) While trying to figure out how I ccould avoid London alltogether during the olympics, I came across this site.. http://sexylondonolympicsescort.wordpress.com/ An initiative from the ever imaginative Dollymopp. Ready for Fun and Games at an Olympic Level. Hope you all enjoy the games (But you wont find me there).
Posted by Ptr_leeds at 06:09
Wednesday, 23 November 2011
The expression "Under the Radar", when used for a Working Lady generally means that she is on the game, but not actively advertising. The under-the-radar girl probably is doing the job part time, or is living off (a set of) profitable regular(s). It can also be a prelude to retirement from the industry.
Under the Radar also describes my current participation in the industry. I visit several places at irregular intervals, and meet mostly "regulars".
It is a very comfortable life.
I can never enough recommend "the regular" (see earlier posts).
I also find my urge to post blogposts on here has cooled off somewhat, partly due to a long absence from my regular punting grounds, partly because I have said more or less all I wanted to say (I dont like repeating same songs over and over, done that enough already).
But just to let some of the regular readers know: I'm Just Fine. Thank You!
(and I have no intention to retire yet - hehehe).
Wednesday, 7 September 2011
Found this gem of an Italian Movie this week.
After the Germans made fun of the profession in the movie Stellungswechsel, it is now up to the Italians.
This Italian comedy with serious undertones depicts the life of a mother-cum-escort. It also has several funny sub-plots about homosexuality, about racism and about puppy-love.
As always, you wonder if the Belle/Billie series[link], or any of the chick-lit escort books were the inspiration for the movie, but it is the result that counts.
And this movie Counts.
It is first and foremost Funny - It is Comedy!
And It has its tragic moments. It is also visually pleasing.
In short, a nice work of Art.
And Doubly enjoyable to watch if you are slightly familiar with the world of Escorts and Punters.
It shows several of the dillemas that an escorting Lady (mother at that) might face.
- meeting the highly succesful role model with a huge spending power.
- the decision to go on the game (financial need!)
- cynical lessons and coaching by an experienced Escort.
- the fotoshoot.
- the first appointment.
- juggling the confidential activities with real life.
- the unexpected confrontation with a customer (in a sporting good store).
- funny customers (several are hilarious, but all seem ideal punters).
- performing striptease at a bachelors party
Do I have some critical remarks though:
For one thing, there seem to be no real awkward or dodgy customers ever.
And the movie features only two highly succesful Escorts, the coach and the main character.
The Coaching Lady is a full-time Escort who found her vocation,
who owns a very posh appartment, has ideal clients and no apparent problems ever.
Other escorts appear as "extras" in some scenes (nice yacht party) but they all seem clones of the two main characters. None of the escorts are EE or other foreign nationalities.
Then there is the close group of friends and neighbours who seem to not suspect anything, ever, despite some weird and awkward (somtimes Hilarious) moments. Even when the Potential boyfriend/partner finds out, turns her down, and refuses further contact, he doesnt seem to blow the whistle to the entourage.
And at the end of the movie, when the mother has resolved her financial problems (a large amount of money gathered in an unbelievably short time) she exits the profession with an almost casual Ease. On exiting the profession, there is a dialogue between the two escorts, where the mum confesses to sentiments that were not apparent during the movie.
And after her short and profitable stint as an escort, she isnt hooked on the revenue and doesnt seem scarred or jaded in any way.
Almost Too good to be true.
Nessuno mi può giudicare is, in the end, a feelgood movie, so I can accept the deficiencies, but still.
More Background still in this interview with the yummi Paolo Cortellesi here.
All in all this is a very much recommended movie (10/10 on IMDB, from me). But I would prefer to watch it with an Escort rather then with the wife, lest you show recognition or laugh at specific items.
And dont let anybody judge you.
Sunday, 28 August 2011
Here is a hotel that I will avoid, especially after the subtle comments from Lucy Kellaway.
Complete article here (may need to register)
The remark on the fake-bookshelves is the most deadly. After such an observation, I would think I was unable to sleep at all in such an establishment. Anyway, Lucy managed to finally fall asleep with a was a fraction of a mirtazapine pill (subtle endorsement!).
My favorite way to doze off is of course : after a slow and intense session in the arms of a regular.
So for anyone suffering from insomnia: get on Punternet and find yourself a regular.
Best sleeping advice I can give.
And it is proven to work.
Saturday, 27 August 2011
Marie has a nice description here of how the Empowerment of the job can be addictive.
But she also points out the problem of getting into normal dating while in the job.
With the mentioning of Leeds, and how she describes the start of her career, I am kinda happy I have mainly kept myself to outcalls.
Good Luck Marie.