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When I'm filling out the review form, and I get to the boxes that ask for what the escort does, do I check what he's apparently done or said that he does or what he's done with me? For instance, if the box for "oral" is listed as "both" on other reviews, but he's only wanted to "get" with me, which option do I check in the box?

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The "Help' for the review form says you should list what the escort advertises. But I don't think that's what most reviewers DO, and I'm not sure I agree with it.

 

That's why its important to put some info about the actual activities experienced in the narrative section.

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The Review IMHO should be about your experience. IF it didn't happen I'd guess No Knowledge applies. For year's on both HOOBOY and Daddys we have seen from time to time a Review just about copied from a previous Review. In most cases this brings up the Bogus Issue ...

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The "Help' for the review form says you should list what the escort advertises. But I don't think that's what most reviewers DO, and I'm not sure I agree with it.

 

That's why its important to put some info about the actual activities experienced in the narrative section.

 

 

Well, if you really put some logical thought into it (not that you didnt), it makes sense. In cases where perhaps a client HAS NOT read the ad, and doesnt know what the escort offers, those check boxes clarify his advertised services, as opposed to what he REALLY gave at the session, which is basically what YOUR review should be.. It helps you compare the 2 and make a decision if he seems like a legit guy or not to you.

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I list what the escort does according to his ad. If the escort for example says he is versatile, but will not bottom for me, then I note that in my written portion of the review. I feel that it is important that others can see what he advertises.

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Well, if you really put some logical thought into it (not that you didnt), it makes sense. In cases where perhaps a client HAS NOT read the ad, and doesnt know what the escort offers, those check boxes clarify his advertised services, as opposed to what he REALLY gave at the session, which is basically what YOUR review should be.. It helps you compare the 2 and make a decision if he seems like a legit guy or not to you.

 

JJK, you're right - I did think of that aspect, which is why I said I'm not sure if I agree or not. I can see that argument but that's repeating info from his ad, in most cases. If those fields were searchable, like Rentboy, the case would be stronger.

 

Regardless - the narrative review is the critical part and, as you say, that's the place to confirm the information or note any false advertising - or that the client simply didn't choose all the options offered. :)

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I list what the escort does according to his ad. If the escort for example says he is versatile, but will not bottom for me, then I note that in my written portion of the review. I feel that it is important that others can see what he advertises.

 

This is what I do as well, but I'm not sure we're in the majority.

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I list what the escort does according to his ad. If the escort for example says he is versatile, but will not bottom for me, then I note that in my written portion of the review. I feel that it is important that others can see what he advertises.

 

I also follow this approach when ticking the boxes and selecting from the drop-downs. In my case, I will never find out whether a guy is actually versatile because I am 100% bottom. Same with oral...I like to give but don't care to receive. I describe my experience in the body of the review. The "kissing" selection is tough because very few ads address whether kissing will be dry or French.

 

One of the other advantages of completing Parts 1 and 2 with information from the ad and documenting my experience in Part 3 is that it can show discrepancies between an ad and what the escort delivers on. If the ad states "Love to receive oral" but he refuses to let me suck his cock, that will be apparent in the review.

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Good question "unsub." I list the information as advertised by the escort. However, I explain in my reviews what we did together and try to clarify when/if there are inconsistencies between what the escort advertises and what he actually delivers.

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