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frankpost

Well-known member
Joined Mar 5, 2010
Messages 371
I have not encountered this before. Returned from an awkward situation. Had a date with a SP that I believe is new to the biz (my first time with her) and she was a nice GND. The session was good but she had bad breath:gasp:.
I noticeable when we greeted (it was not raunchy and only noticeable when she exhaled deeply). Booked the hour but was only given half (luckily for some miscommunication). As I handed her the donation, I was thinking would it be possible to cancel and walk away (call the agency afterwards to explain).

I persevered through the session without mentioning a word. She exhaled deeply several times during which put a damper on the atmosphere of what was happening.

I do not believe that I handled this situation appropriately. I wrestled in my mind throughout what I should do. I decided I should mention this to her upon leaving to save the next guy.

I expressed that although I "enjoyed" the session, I thought I should mention that you have a little morning breath so that she may rectify the situation.

It was very awkward! I think she was cursing me when the door was closing.
(IMO, would have been extremely if I mentioned this during the session).
 

Need Loving

Active member
Joined May 10, 2010
Messages 35
a 1 player said:
offer her a mint or gum.

Not sure why you had to suffer throught it, washrooms have mouthwash. You should have kindly ask her to use it, no harm on it.
 

Iambad

Well-known member
Joined Jan 28, 2010
Messages 899
Need Loving said:
Not sure why you had to suffer throught it, washrooms have mouthwash. You should have kindly ask her to use it, no harm on it.

Frankie is the shy type :na:. Get on with the program dude why waste your money, cat cut your tongue?.
 

frankpost

Well-known member
Joined Mar 5, 2010
Messages 371
Iambad said:
Frankie is the shy type :na:. Get on with the program dude why waste your money, cat cut your tongue?.

I had never had to ask for my SP to be fresh (cuz they usual are).
When I told her at the end of the session, like I said, did not go over very well. IMO.
(If it was well received, I would not have posted this).

She did not seem embarrassed by my observation. (Attitude was more like - yeah okay get the f**k out!).

Think I would have an even worse session if I mentioned it prior to completion.
 
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lagavulin

Guest
tell her to stop eating herring












god i hope this herring hasn't turned
 
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LadyRaven

Guest
if my breath stank I would want to be told so I can fix it.....
 

j

BANNED
Joined Apr 4, 2010
Messages 258
LadyRaven said:
if my breath stank I would want to be told so I can fix it.....

It is one of those things I am over paranoid about, along with washing up with soap and water just before any visitor arrive, often after they get buzzed in and are on their way up lol. It is also why I get disappointed when they claim they do not need to "freshen up', because it means they are not availing themselves of the freshly poured out and obviously placed mouthwash I have set out for them lol.

I drink a lot of coffee during the day, and this really does lead to an unpleasant breath, but I think just for hygienic reasons alone, a rinse before and after sessions are in order. Who knows where her mouth has been, but if she smells minty fresh, at least you can feel assured that she has taken some steps to rinse away the previous occupants before you arrive.

I don'T think there is any great diplomatic way to bring it up; on one occasion, I noticed a coffee drinking smoker had used the facilities and ignored the mouthwash. On his second visit, I actually escorted him back to the washroom and handed him the mouthwash, and pointed out that I was much more open minded when mouthwash is used.
 

SVTcobra

Member
Joined May 31, 2010
Messages 6
I'm had a couple of bad experiences like this.

What is ironic both of them (SP's) had a distinct marijuana smelling breath.. Unfortunately having a breath like that, toothpaste does not take all the smell effect away. Also being a non smoker you can detect smells allot better than a person who smokes. As for many non smoking people you can still smell cigarettes, weed etc etc on a person clothes and environment.
 

Scott Hughes

Member
Joined Feb 12, 2010
Messages 6
To the OP, please post the SP's name so I can scratch her off my TDL.

DFK is very important to me. I don't want to be kissing an SP whose breath smells like a compost.
 

frankpost

Well-known member
Joined Mar 5, 2010
Messages 371
May be an one-off

May be an one-off

Scott,

To be honest, I did not post a review on this SP because I believe that it was an one-off. I do not wish to detour anyone from meeting her. I have read reviews on this SP after my experience and there does not appear to have a re-occuring issue.

I was curious if others have had similar experiences and how they were able to deal with the situation.

Scott Hughes said:
To the OP, please post the SP's name so I can scratch her off my TDL.

DFK is very important to me. I don't want to be kissing an SP whose breath smells like a compost.
 
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