Jarrod_Uncut Posted September 23, 2021 Share Posted September 23, 2021 (edited) This isn’t the predictable, “be safe when around escorts because they may rob, steal, give you bad service “ tip. But rather a recognition about how to keep in check any vices like drinking or “partying”, even the use of “video head cleaners”. Had a good client/friend last weekend have too much to drink, too early in the day, along with some other type of THC “goodies” (which I don’t do and have turned down every time he’s offered). We went out for happy hour at our favorite semi-fancy restaurant, and I didn’t realize how inebriated he was until we were already there. After about 30-45 minutes and a couple drinks between us both, he was really going over the edge. Very touchy feely, other patrons looking like what the heck is up with that guy, and at one point he seemed to almost dozed off at the bar. I immediately recognize, especially since he’s an older guy…this is a recipe for disaster and possible injury. So I flag down the waitress and get what’s left of the food to go. I felt very embarrassed and humiliated, not to mention: suppose a potential client sees me out, it almost gives an impression I’m “drugging“ my clients, which is a damaging look. To prove my suspicion, the waitress asks to make sure he isn’t driving 🤦🏽♂️ To make it worse, at some point between my client getting out of (the passenger side) of his car and going into the flat he lives, he cut his finger. Apparently there was so much blood that a neighbor called the janitor, and the janitor called the office and the office called the police. And guess who was the last person who was with him? Me. And I didn’t realize the stains I seen on the main entry door was his blood, the night before. Fortunately they contacted him, instead of me. But you can imagine how easily I’d of ended up being a suspect if he bled to death after I left. Even though he’s fully apologized and admitted that he needs to manage his drinking and “partying”, I’m still reeling because that could have really put me in a bad predicament. I had it already happen to a friend earlier this year: he overdosed on drugs, and his friends all pointed to the guy he used to “party” and go out with to blame, just because he was conveniently with him that night, and/or didn’t notice he was dead soon enough or call 9/11 sooner. So I guess the point I’m making is: if you’re going to engage in “extra” curricular activities: be sure to keep it manageable or abstain, because you don’t want an innocent provider being charged or suspected of contributing to any accidental wrong-doing. Unless said person doesn’t care about the implications that could be left behind. Edited September 23, 2021 by Jarrod_Uncut + m_writer, marylander1940 and + keroscenefire 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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