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Just picture me, as difficult as it may seem, as young, naive and immature. A baby Twink Ho coming to you for advise. I am more interested in what you would warn against, about or caution:

 

for example, get a good bullshit detector?

a good internal clock?

no face shots?

no video taping?

 

This is a totally legitimate question for an article I am researching but, of course, humor and pictures of your own -- or any other hot butts -- are always more than welcome.

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Franco,i would think a good bullshit detector is IMPERATIVE when starting out to weed out the good from the bad also to tell your Twink Ho that discipline is another trait he'd better get used to if he wants to be successful (i.e turning up on time,returning calls/e mails promptly etc)

 

A good well attached head is also a plus and the ability to speak intelligently in full sentences is a good sign the ability to empathise withclients will also stand him in good stead.

 

Hope this helps...and oh yeah one final piece of advice ifanyone calling himself marc anthony gets in touch ..RUN LIKE HELL :+ :+ :+

 

p.s SORRY MARC DIDNT MEAN IT JUST COULDNT HELP IT :+

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>Hope this helps...and oh yeah one final piece of advice

>ifanyone calling himself marc anthony gets in touch ..RUN

>LIKE HELL :+ :+ :+

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>p.s SORRY MARC DIDNT MEAN IT JUST COULDNT HELP IT :+

 

Hopefully, they will run right into my outstretched arms!

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A good bullshit detector is imperative. Unfortunately, guys just starting out often lack the experience needed to develop a finely honed bullshit detector. That's where an experienced friend can be a GREAT help. I've served as "mentor" for several local guys in the last year or so. They're happy to have someone to talk stuff over with who isn't judgemental.

 

And the usual advice is to read Aaron Lawrence's and Matt Adams' books on escorting. Both offer a ton of advice about things a newbie might not think about. You, of all people, already know this but most of it is common sense. Of course, common sense isn't common at all. :9

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