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So he doesnt look like his pics?

 

He does look like his pictures, I can personally vouch for that because I took his current main picture for him. I hired him a few days after his birthday earlier this month.

 

I have spent some time with him over the past year and a lot of the statements made in previous posts are not accurate. And if you had read his profile he even says his screening process is not based on looks! But how you answer basic questions like “tell me about yourself? And what are you looking to get into?” He says how you answer those questions says a lot about how you are going to treat him!

 

I happen to like that he has enough respect for himself to not deal with some of the guys who honestly come off as kind of entitled and most likely on a power trip. Would you want to deal with that kind of a client?

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I’m glad you apparently fit his idea of a client. However:

 

1. my first text I asked if he was available at a certain date and time

2. his prompt reply says yes I am, but please give me “physical description and background”

3. my reply is that description and ethnic background

4. radio silence including after two follow up texts

 

Given that I fit within normal parameters of height, weight, and in my 30s at the time, I can only conclude ethnicity was the issue. The texts were all short and friendly but succinct. However I will never know (or care to know now) after getting ghosted.

 

Feel free to continue boosting him. I’m sure it will help others find him that meet his criteria.

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I’m glad you apparently fit his idea of a client. However:

 

1. my first text I asked if he was available at a certain date and time

2. his prompt reply says yes I am, but please give me “physical description and background”

3. my reply is that description and ethnic background

4. radio silence including after two follow up texts

 

Given that I fit within normal parameters of height, weight, and in my 30s at the time, I can only conclude ethnicity was the issue. The texts were all short and friendly but succinct. However I will never know (or care to know now) after getting ghosted.

 

Feel free to continue boosting him. I’m sure it will help others find him that meet his criteria.

I met him, I suppose after passing his screening procedures. It was kind of blah I have to say -- pretty boring & bland. After all that I was hoping for some fireworks and instead it was like a Grindr hookup where your mind starts thinking about how to make the exit five minutes into it. His pictures are of him, though in the flesh the actual package somehow is a letdown. So don't feel too bad if you don't make the cut, you're not missing much.

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I’m glad you apparently fit his idea of a client. However:

 

1. my first text I asked if he was available at a certain date and time

2. his prompt reply says yes I am, but please give me “physical description and background”

3. my reply is that description and ethnic background

4. radio silence including after two follow up texts

 

Given that I fit within normal parameters of height, weight, and in my 30s at the time, I can only conclude ethnicity was the issue. The texts were all short and friendly but succinct. However I will never know (or care to know now) after getting ghosted.

 

Feel free to continue boosting him. I’m sure it will help others find him that meet his criteria.

 

A similar thing happened to me.

 

After introducing myself he texted me this:

 

“Can you tell me about yourself and what you're looking to get into?“

 

My reply was about what I was into. After a long radio silence I followed up. His reply was:

 

“You haven't told me anything about yourself”

 

I admit that was my bad so I went on to describe myself. Another long radio silence, I followed up again with some sarcasm. I texted, “I guess I didn’t make the cut”

 

His reply:

 

“No I didn't say that. And not being rude but I have a life that does not stop because i get a text message and I'm not on the clock so I will return text messages as I have the time to. Your also booking time together for a month from now. And you have not given specific dates or put any deposit down to secure a booking that far in advance.

 

I have not "cut" you That's not what I do anyway. Im trying to get a feel for who you are. And how you answer basic questions tells me a lot about how you will treat me and our time together”

 

I just gave up after this. It was my mistake to assume I was having a text conversation with a prospective provider. Being made to wait for long periods of time for a reply gave me an idea of how I would be taken care of when we met.

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I’m glad you apparently fit his idea of a client. However:

 

1. my first text I asked if he was available at a certain date and time

2. his prompt reply says yes I am, but please give me “physical description and background”

3. my reply is that description and ethnic background

4. radio silence including after two follow up texts

 

Given that I fit within normal parameters of height, weight, and in my 30s at the time, I can only conclude ethnicity was the issue. The texts were all short and friendly but succinct. However I will never know (or care to know now) after getting ghosted.

 

Feel free to continue boosting him. I’m sure it will help others find him that meet his criteria.

 

You seem high maintenance. Maybe that was the issue.

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I don't understand people who don't respond to texts, particularly if its their mode of communication for business. Surely the point of texts is that even when busy and on the go you can usually get a line or two of response out at some point within 24-48 hours?

 

Fine. But you read a lot into that. He's starting out. He's learning. He's handling things himself. He's a person, not a machine.

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Fine. But you read a lot into that. He's starting out. He's learning. He's handling things himself. He's a person, not a machine.

Am not reading anything into anything-I made a generalised statement about behaviour. I am a person, not a machine, I respond to texts. I also did this when I was "starting out?" Also how are we supposed to know he is starting out? And why is it difficult to respond to a text while 'handling things yourself". He is an escort, he is not the CEO of Samsung!

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You seem high maintenance. Maybe that was the issue.

 

Interesting. A short list of facts is high maintenance in your opinion? Or is it two texts, one asking for his availability and one answering his question is high maintenance in your opinion? I would argue that his requirements would much more easily meet that definition.

 

Regardless this was a couple years ago and I don’t waste any time thinking about him. I’m just providing my experience to others and they can choose to reach out to him or not.

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