Things to Always Ask Your Escort before Doing!

Dating an escort can be tricky in the sense that, it takes a certain kind of consideration when meeting a professional. Namely, aside from the service booked, which ensures all clients an unforgettable time, escort dating has a lot to do with the client being considerate of his date as well.

When it comes to asking questions and dating a professional escort, there are a few things to pay closer attention to. Below, we list some of the questions all clients should ask an escort when booking her for a date.

1. Before You Extend the Date

In case you want to spend extra time with your escort, apart from the time you already booked it is always relevant that you ask your escort if she’s able to stay longer. As the escort did not plan the extra hours you want to add to the date, she might be already engaged with something else. However, on occasions when your escort is able to stay a while longer, she will - all you have to do is say so.

2. Before You Leave a Review

Clients assume that leaving a review does not require their escort’s consent. While technically you can leave an escort review on your own, it is always better to ask your escort whether a review would be something she’d expect. Even in the case that you don’t ask, ensure that the review you leave her is fair and square.

3. Before You Order Her Meal or Drink

If you are attending a dinner date with a VIP escort, it is always polite to let your companion choose her own menu. Or, it is also advisable that you consult her on what she’d like to eat and drink before ordering. As many escorts have strict diets, don’t drink alcohol or are lactose intolerant, it would be better if they get to choose what to dine and sip, so you avoid any misunderstandings.

4. Before Things Hit the Roof

Intimacy is a peculiar concept and it only works when two chemistries meet in one place. Before you head to the main show, ensure you and your escort discuss your and her boundaries and limitations. This way, you can go over the details of your date, and ensure that everyone is on the same page and feeling comfortable throughout the booking. More importantly, it indicates that you won’t be crossing any lines.