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    does your current bf know,


    what uni did you go to or do you go to ?
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    How did you start working in that industry? Did you think about doing it before the opportunity arose?
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    (Original post by oShahpo)
    No, I mean interesting things like football are not called "work", they're... professions, but not "work".
    Spending most of the day responding to enquiries. Constantly checking on other girls' ads and making sure you keep up with pricing/services in order to be competitive. Advertising and marketing. Publishing feedback. Security research. Bookkeeping. More responding to enquiries. And that's before you even arrive at the bookings to provide the exact service requested.
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    Spending most of the day responding to enquiries. Constantly checking on other girls' ads and making sure you keep up with pricing/services in order to be competitive. Advertising and marketing. Publishing feedback. Security research. Bookkeeping. More responding to enquiries. And that's before you even arrive at the bookings to provide the exact service requested.
    Should've hired a secretary :P
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    (Original post by JNDSAN)
    does your current bf know,


    what uni did you go to or do you go to ?
    Yeah he does. I went to uni in London but I'm not saying more than that
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Spending most of the day responding to enquiries. Constantly checking on other girls' ads and making sure you keep up with pricing/services in order to be competitive. Advertising and marketing. Publishing feedback. Security research. Bookkeeping. More responding to enquiries. And that's before you even arrive at the bookings to provide the exact service requested.
    I can imagine that on your CV.
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    (Original post by DJ Steves)
    How did you start working in that industry? Did you think about doing it before the opportunity arose?
    I always wanted to do it so one day I took the plunge



    (Original post by oShahpo)
    Should've hired a secretary :P
    Hahah there's a reason why if you work for an agency they take 40%
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    How did you find/attract clients
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    (Original post by Cremated_Spatula)
    I can imagine that on your CV.
    Literally the most annoying thing is that I essentially ran my own business whilst at uni and I can't tell employers about it :laugh:
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    How did you find/attract clients
    There's a popular website where you pay to advertise and you attract clients that way.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Yeah he does. I went to uni in London but I'm not saying more than that
    I feel its SOAS. how did you go about doing it, craiglist, an agency, another website? did any of your friends know?
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    STEM master race
    yes or no?
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    (Original post by JNDSAN)
    I feel its SOAS. how did you go about doing it, craiglist, an agency, another website? did any of your friends know?
    Bad guess I'm afraid I did it on a website specifically for sex work, it's kind of like Amazon really hahah. Yeah all my friends know/knew.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    AMA
    Nothing comes to mind
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Bad guess I'm afraid I did it on a website specifically for sex work, it's kind of like Amazon really hahah. Yeah all my friends know/knew.
    so did you start first year or later? was it purely financial or was it actually something youd thought about doing at some other point but saw the financial problems of being a student as kind of a good excuse to have a crack
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I've probably ****ed your future husband or your dad though, so...



    Hahahah correct
    Wow, you must have ****ed millions of people for that to be probable
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    Wow, you must have ****ed millions of people for that to be probable
    I love it when people understand sarcasm

    (Original post by JNDSAN)
    so did you start first year or later? was it purely financial or was it actually something youd thought about doing at some other point but saw the financial problems of being a student as kind of a good excuse to have a crack
    Started before I even went to uni while I was still working another full time job... I just like money a lot it seems. I was so intrigued by sex work since being a teenager and was constantly obsessed with the idea so I decided to have a go and it turns out I was quite good
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    I love it when people understand sarcasm



    Started before I even went to uni while I was still working another full time job... I just like money a lot it seems. I was so intrigued by sex work since being a teenager and was constantly obsessed with the idea so I decided to have a go and it turns out I was quite good
    so did you just like meet with anyone or did you only go for like older guys cuz theyd pay more or something?
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    I love it when people understand sarcasm
    Me too, it's great
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    (Original post by JNDSAN)
    so did you just like meet with anyone or did you only go for like older guys cuz theyd pay more or something?

    No I was quite picky with my clients. You get a lot of weird requests or people who seem dodgy so I probably only took bookings with 5-10% of people who contacted me.
    Everyone pays the same, I had an hourly rate which was non-negotiable. Older men always tipped well and brought gifts though
 
 
 
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