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    Do some providers upfront as you for tips?

    Or perhaps they jokingly say " I was amazing, right? So you gona give me tip?

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    Do some providers upfront ask you for tips?

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    Never had it happened. In fact, I only tipped a lady in cash once out of pity since I figured out she was subject to human trafficking.

    I will often bring nice treats on subsequent visit to the ladies I connect with well though.
    Last edited by RockNRollMachin; 11-27-2019 at 08:11 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShowBizz View Post
    The rates are high enough as it is and most SWs make more money than most clients.
    Curious and not trying to pick a fight but what makes you think that?

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    Only dancers ask me for tips. I never usually see them again. When I tip it’s because I want to. I be tipped sp’s before but rarely since I don’t usually bring my wallet with me. Just the donation, my phone and my schlong.

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    Also not picking a fight just giving my 2 cents.

    Its simplistic to say she makes $100/hr therefore she makes more. First off, they never work 8 yrs a day. The work ebbs and lows so they have good weeks and bad weeks. Also, you have to look at it as a business. There are expenses that the SW has that the hourly rate pays for. Very few work from home and either pay for hotel/airbnb or pay for an additional incall location. I would say, without actual numbers in front of me, that they make less

    Also as this is their business, they arent paid for sick or vacation days or have health coverage etc. If they are able to, they have to put aside some of that money for such expenses.
    For the love of God, let the baby ride the dog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uber Driver View Post
    Do some providers upfront ask you for tips?

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    I've had a few ask for tips after the fact. Some were withr he unagency that I saw before I knew what I was doing.

    I had 1 MA boldly ask for present when I was on my way to see her. Told her I had no time to get one so she said cash would do. I wanted to not go see her but don't like cancelling after booking. It was the worst visit I've had with an MA and I did not tip her. I only tip MAs if the kissing is good. I think she left the business a month later
    For the love of God, let the baby ride the dog.
    @bruce_deighan

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    No SP has ever asked me for a tip but I always tip $20 or $40

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    I have only been asked for tip once and it was a stripper. I said no thank you. Not only was it a horrible dance but if I was in a tipping mood i would have went for another dance it's only 3 minutes of her time for 20.00.

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    They wouldn't have to ask. When I see someone the first time I usually don't tip unless is was a jaw dropping session, but I do tip everytime on subsequent visits or I bring a gift. It's my routine. It is a paid relationship, but I always get back what I put into it so it's a gain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StillROAMing View Post
    They wouldn't have to ask. When I see someone the first time I usually don't tip unless is was a jaw dropping session, but I do tip everytime on subsequent visits or I bring a gift. It's my routine. It is a paid relationship, but I always get back what I put into it so it's a gain.
    This.. I tend to pamper my regulars more.

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    So do they make $100 an hour if they only see 1 client in 8 hrs because it's slow think that would be $12.50 minus expenses that said I have never in over 20yrs in the hobbybeen asked for a tip

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShowBizz View Post
    I agree with all this.

    However, in general, clients make less than $100/hr in wage and are paying over $100/hr to SWs. That is the prevailing fact, hence a SW hinting at a tips seems VERY inappropriate.
    The only thing I would say is that comparing how much a client makes vs how much he spends is apple to oranges. Its irrelevant to the whole debate on tipping. I for one dont usually tip independents. If a SW wants $140 for a visit than they should charge $140 not $120 and expect a tip.

    I do however sometimes tip a MA working at a spa. It's usually only $20 but at least it's going directly to the MA. And I only give it if the were good kissers.
    For the love of God, let the baby ride the dog.
    @bruce_deighan

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