The rentboy I hooked up with last night asked me to write a review.
He asked me last night just before I left his place. He texted me today to remind me to write one and post it to an escort review site. The problem is that I didn't have a very positive experience with him, although I guess he thinks we did.
Nothing went the way I'd hoped. He was a good 20 lbs flabbier than his adam4adam pic, which showed a lean, cut physique. Also, his ad claimed that he has 8 inches thick and u/c. It was actually more like 6. OK, he was still a decent looking guy and I could deal with the smallish cock, so I was able to get past all of that. We had discussed on the phone what I was looking for...basically to get fucked. Suddenly when I got there, he says he he was not in the mood to fuck, but that I could suck him off but ONLY WITH A CONDOM. WTF! I suppose I should've left, but I was horny, so I sucked his bagged dick as I jerked myself off. He did ask me if I wanted to "party," but I told him that's not my scene.
I'm a nice, nonconfrontational guy, so I suppose I left him with the impression that it was a positive experience. I don't want to write a negative review. He's a young kid, prob about 22, new to the biz, and a negative review could affect his ability to get clients. Plus, he's on the thuggish side (that's my type...so kill me), and I'm afraid he could track me down via my phone number. On the other hand, I don't want to lie and write something positive. I'm really not sure how to proceed with this.
He's texting from inside the house!
[quote](that's my type...so kill me)
That can be arranged.
OP, just be honest with him. Let him know it wasn't an enjoyable experience for you, and why. Maybe he'll learn the importance of truth in advertising. But tell him you won't write a negative re Jew that could hurt him, you just won't write anything at all .
Leave him a neutral, i.e., he showed up, was clean, did not steal anything or kill you.
Is "partying" code for doing drugs of some sort?
You need to be honest. You don't have room be nasty, just honest.
Bullshit. Write a complete and honest review. If someone had written about him already, maybe you could've saved yourself some oney and went with someone who could deliver. I am so sick of rentboys who charge in the neighborhood of 200 bucks an hour showing up "not int he mood" for what they advertised for. Would you accept that from any other professions? Imagine a plumber showing up, but he is not in the mood to snake your drain (pun intended), but insisted you pay him anyways. I, luckily, see a GREAT escort now who delivers everything I like. No need to settle for someone who just wants to scam you.
r5 is right - be neutral, vague, non-committal. There's no reason to be a dick (no pun intended). If this is how he treats clients, he'll come across someone who is as fucked up as he is who will give him trouble. You don't want to be that guy.
And, btw, it just isn't a good idea to give rentboys, hookups, etc, your phone number. It may seem convenient, but email is the best.
Have him come over again, and earn an A this time.
He didn't have an email address, so we had to correspond via text and phone. I didn't tell im my last name, but I'm wondering if he can track me via cell phone. I guess the best thing to do is write a neutral review, but I think he's expecting a rave review.
OP R11 get a disposable phone for hookups.
OP, you are a sad, sad person. In fact, you are all sad, sad people.
I think you'd be better off texting him that while you thought he was a nice guy, you didn't enjoy the experience. It's tricky to go on in a text but that he will only use condoms even for oral sex needs to be in his ad, that his picture isn't really accurate, and that 'not in the mood' doesn't work when someone is selling a service are all things he should be told in a nice way. A neutral review will disappoint him and set some other john up for a lousy experience and he will eventually get slammed by somebody. My own practice with 'escorts' is to tell them exactly what I want in advance. No 'changies'. If they arrive and don't want to go through with it I offer cab fare, period, and they leave (I tell them that in advance too.)
Edit the harsher stuff out or down in your middle paragraph and email him that, if you really feel you have to. The guy sells sex for a living. You already paid what you owe him.
Review? Charge him a fuck for the work. Don't write for free.
Must speak whore to whores.
A "negative re Jew," r4? Was that autocorrect's suggestion?
By the way, OP, you sound creepy.
Tell him you weren't in the mood to write a review.
[quote]I am so sick of rentboys who charge in the neighborhood of 200 bucks an hour showing up "not int he mood" for what they advertised for.
Wtf? Is this a common practice? That's freaking bizarre!
I guess they do it as a scam?
OP, he sees you as a pushover given how much you acquiesced during your encounter. Don't give him a review, but keep saying that you will.
For R3 and everyone else who doesn't know about it.
Write the review, but choose your words wisely. Damn him with faint praise, perhaps. Say nice things, but not too nice. Find some genuinely positive things to say. (Like: His adequate-sized dick stayed rock hard; or, his thuggish attitude was a turn-on for me.) And be truthful about bailing on the fuck.
Say you're not good with the Internet type stuff. Older people usually aren't.
e-mail him exactly what you told us, OP.
Tell him you will abstain from writing a negative review but you won't write a positive one.
I think it's hilarious that some of you are such pussies you're counselling OP to write some polite review.
OP, just ignore the whore and get on with your life. Nothing is going to happen.
OP. Sorry to break it to you but "not in the mood" means that he didn't find you attractive enough to fuck. He must have been repulsed.
Just say no to the review. You don't have to do anything.
Also - you're all whores obviously.
Damn, I'd love to get paid $200 for some dude to slob on my wrapped knob. And I've got a REAL 8".
You already have reviewed him. All that's missing is adding a name and reporting back that you've done what he asked. On DL.
Well, maybe, what do you look like? Can I see your ass? I don't have to fuck you but your ass is important. Would you show it off for me? Shake it for me? I like all types of asses so don't be shy. Tell me about YOUR ass and why I might fall in love with it.
What R25 said.
Is Pee Wee Poundstone the offspring of Paula and Pee Wee Herman?
R26, sorry to break it to you, but hookers who get paid in advance don't have the option of not delivering if they find a client unattractive and/or repulsive.
Even I know the difference between a hook-up and hiring an escort a/k/a hooker. If a hooker says he's "not in the mood" for something promised, the deal is off, period.
When someone hires an escort, the client gets what was promised for the fee that was agreed upon no matter how unattractive the escort may find the client. That's the business of being a prostitute.
Any hooker who only accepts business from "hot" or "attractive" clients is not going to be popular or busy.
OP, the boy you were with is obviously a rude amateur, a clueless idiot, and a scamming dope head.
I respectfully suggest you hire hookers through more reputable means than adam4adam, such as word of mouth (no pun intended). Good luck.
I agree with R17, tell him you are not in the mood to review. BTW, escorts should NEVER ask for a review.
R30 the name is inspired by them both, yes. Cracked me up when I thought of it so long ago during the Bill Clinton Datalounge years.
Don't leave an unfavorable review if you're afraid he could track you down and he's "thuggish". Just don't review him.