Jump to content

Manhattan, Not Brooklyn


Sixty
 Share

This topic is 2853 days old and is no longer open for new replies.  Replies are automatically disabled after two years of inactivity.  Please create a new topic instead of posting here.  

Recommended Posts

I realize there is extra travel time involved that may limit business time. But, I do think that the money lost could be made up in the fee asked

and surely an extra tip. My favorite guy travels to me for a few days and also sees others before or after our visit. Sometimes I think guys tend

to limit their ability to meet some rather nice guys by not coming to the outer boroughs of NYC. YOUR THOUGHTS ?????????????

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Most of the workers in my town commute into Manhattan every day, but asking an escort to commute here for a 2 or 3 hours appointment frequently leads to all sorts of concerns on their part and ultimately a request for a premium fee. I have in the past met several escorts who had no problem taking the trip and ultimately I used their services regularly and always tried to add a little something extra as a thank you.

By the way, I live about 45 minute train ride, 40 minute car ride if no traffic or a 50 minute boat ride away from Midtown.

So i empathize with your concerns.

I have never seen a purplekow :)

I hope I never see one ;)

But I can tell you this and how I would rather see than be one :D

 

Help there is a purplekow in my mirror :eek:

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Sixty+

I would venture to say that if the escort is visiting New York City, they would want to be in the most dense or gay-friendly area of the city--which in your case is in Manhattan. Although Brooklyn may have nice, potential clients, the escort knows that if the client wants to see them, they'll travel into Manhattan to do it, as they want to get the most clients possible in one trip. You could probably compare this to Los Angeles, where most escorts usually set up shop in West Hollywood, or the Hollywood area. It is very dense and gay friendly. Although they could set up shop in downtown Los Angeles--kind of a ghost town at night, or Long Beach--about 35 minutes south, and does have a gay area--most stay in that West Hollywood area, as it is more central as well. They'll travel to Long Beach if they have a car, and I have driven to WeHo for their in rates, as well as had them come to my house at their out rates.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Well there's Traveling to BKLYN and there's Traveling way the Hell Out towards Coney Island!

 

Many WG's over the Year's have never had a problem with a 20min Train Trip! Some of them have liked the different Scenery!

 

I haven't dealt with the "Traveling Working Guy" in a long time..BUT I would never expect them to Travel over The Bridge not knowing WHO they were Traveling to!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Well there's Traveling to BKLYN and there's Traveling way the Hell Out towards Coney Island!

 

Many WG's over the Year's have never had a problem with a 20min Train Trip! Some of them have liked the different Scenery!

 

I haven't dealt with the "Traveling Working Guy" in a long time..BUT I would never expect them to Travel over The Bridge not knowing WHO they were Traveling to!

 

That mind set seems funny to me. I've seen guys from California, down south and Conn who come to my place in Brooklyn when they're here in the city.

The Manhattan guy who doesn't travel to another borough seems a bit strange. They do travel to DC, Cali, Fla, etc and see new people. Why not in your

own back yard. Also the out-of-towners that visit always give me a heads up that they're planning a visit to NYC.

As far as not knowing WHO they're visiting that's what phones, e-mails or just a meet for coffee on their home turf ( with charge) would be. But, to just

reply, I don't go outside of Manhattan seems a bit shallow.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

 Share

×
×
  • Create New...