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Oh.. that's too bad as i was hoping to connect with him next week when I'll be in SD for a conference. Hope you have better luck with other escorts there :)

 

 

I texted Sean ( http://www.rentboy.com/Listing.aspx?lid=286235&scid=68324717&sp= ) about meeting up, and after several non professional responses he stated that "I'm sorry, I'm kind of dating someone now." Why wouldn't he take his Rentboy ad down then? I submitted a review of the details today.
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"I'm seeing someone" is of course one of the classic fake excuses, but guys use it all the time anyway. Amazing. Especially in the case of an escort, who you would think would want to find a way to sound more professional. Ah, well...

 

Odd experience a few months back - I had sent a hello to a guy on one of the hookup sites, never got a response, no big deal. Then months later out of the blue he sends me an email saying that he'd have to cancel our plans to meet in the morning (huh??), as he's dating someone now.

 

I did the courtesy of emailing him back to say that he clearly had me mixed up with someone else, no prob, but that he might want to let the correct guy know of the change of plans. And I added a wry quip about his choice of excuse.

 

He emailed me back to apologize for the confusion and to thank me, and added that it wasn't an excuse, he really was starting to date someone seriously.

 

Except that his online profile didn't change (and was geared towards looking for hookups), and he was back on the site the next day, and frequently thereafter. Boy, that was one short-term relationship, lol...

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Other excuses i have heard from escorts:

 

Um, i have a cold now and am on antibiotics so I can't kiss (so why didn't you tell me before you came over?)

 

I ate mexican food last night and have really bad GI symptoms (so I can't let you fuck me, but pay me anyway)

 

We can fool around but i don't want you to suck me as I have a rash down there (so why did you agree to coming over?)

 

by the time i hear these excuses, i'm already horny and frustrated i invariably find a way to get off and send them off....

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"I'm seeing someone" is of course one of the classic fake excuses, but guys use it all the time anyway. Amazing. Especially in the case of an escort, who you would think would want to find a way to sound more professional. Ah, well...

 

Odd experience a few months back - I had sent a hello to a guy on one of the hookup sites, never got a response, no big deal. Then months later out of the blue he sends me an email saying that he'd have to cancel our plans to meet in the morning (huh??), as he's dating someone now.

 

I did the courtesy of emailing him back to say that he clearly had me mixed up with someone else, no prob, but that he might want to let the correct guy know of the change of plans. And I added a wry quip about his choice of excuse.

 

He emailed me back to apologize for the confusion and to thank me, and added that it wasn't an excuse, he really was starting to date someone seriously.

 

Except that his online profile didn't change (and was geared towards looking for hookups), and he was back on the site the next day, and frequently thereafter. Boy, that was one short-term relationship, lol...

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I texted Sean ( http://www.rentboy.com/Listing.aspx?lid=286235&scid=68324717&sp= ) about meeting up, and after several non professional responses he stated that "I'm sorry, I'm kind of dating someone now." Why wouldn't he take his Rentboy ad down then? I submitted a review of the details today.

The guy just doesn't want to meet you for that or whatever reason. Why not just leave it at that?

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The guy just doesn't want to meet you for that or whatever reason. Why not just leave it at that?

 

We went from "how much?" to "I'm seeing someone" in 2 minutes worth of texts. I submitted a review with the full text. We had no other communication and his ad is still up. Trust me, this guy is a flake. In 6 years I've never written a negative review until yesterday.

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We went from "how much?" to "I'm seeing someone" in 2 minutes worth of texts. I submitted a review with the full text. We had no other communication and his ad is still up. Trust me, this guy is a flake. In 6 years I've never written a negative review until yesterday.

 

I didnt know you were supposed to write reviews UNLESS you actiallu had the face-2-face encounter with the hire ?

 

Nonetheless, reasons for excuses can VARY, however, when an escort does a 360 like that in a short period of texting time, he obviously got some sense or impression or feeling about you from your words and decided against meeting. You probably did nothing wrong, but it was his "gut" feeling, so you should respect that.

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Honestly, I don't question the truth of the excuse. Why the guy doesn't want to meet is up to him (and I have enough self esteem and respect for my money to figure that it's his loss). I just like the more warning the better.

 

You will most certainly question the professionalism once the review is posted. Respecting the rules, I have left my review out of the forum. For now, be warned.

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I didnt know you were supposed to write reviews UNLESS you actiallu had the face-2-face encounter with the hire ?

 

Nonetheless, reasons for excuses can VARY, however, when an escort does a 360 like that in a short period of texting time, he obviously got some sense or impression or feeling about you from your words and decided against meeting. You probably did nothing wrong, but it was his "gut" feeling, so you should respect that.

 

Here is our entire text conversation. I think that you can review under these circumstances, but I might be wrong? There was no other communication between us:

 

Me: Hi Sean. An acquaintance of mine hired you in San Diego. I am in Naples, Fl.; are you interested in traveling to Florida at all?

 

Sean: Maybe, what are the details?

 

Me: I was thinking June 2nd for two nights?

 

Me: So I assume that you're not interested? (after not hearing back for 26 hours)

 

Sean: How much $?? (classy)

 

Me: What is your rate?

 

Sean: Never mind, not really interested.

 

Me: Very professional.

 

Sean: I'm sorry, I'm kind of dating someone now.

 

Me: Lol ... Kind of like placing your house on the market, and then getting pissed when somebody makes an offer. Best of luck.

 

This text exchange represents the entire communication that took place between us. I responded to an active Rentboy ad, as requested, by text. Sean is a flake at best.

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Me: Hi Sean. An acquaintance of mine hired you in San Diego. I am in Naples, Fl.; are you interested in traveling to Florida at all?

 

Sean: Maybe, what are the details?

 

Me: I was thinking June 2nd for two nights?

 

Me: So I assume that you're not interested? (after not hearing back for 26 hours)

 

Sean: How much $?? (classy)

 

Me: What is your rate?

 

Sean: Never mind, not really interested.

 

Me: Very professional.

 

Sean: I'm sorry, I'm kind of dating someone now.

 

Me: Lol ... Kind of like placing your house on the market, and then getting pissed when somebody makes an offer. Best of luck.

 

This text exchange represents the entire communication that took place between us. I responded to an active Rentboy ad, as requested, by text. Sean is a flake at best.

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Just in case it doesn't work out! I get the feeling from the pix's this guy is High Maintenance! ;)

 

 

You may be correct Brooklyn. Following the few texts over 2 days I can tell you that he's not a professional escort.

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Here is our entire text conversation. I think that you can review under these circumstances, but I might be wrong? There was no other communication between us:

 

Me: Hi Sean. An acquaintance of mine hired you in San Diego. I am in Naples, Fl.; are you interested in traveling to Florida at all?

 

Sean: Maybe, what are the details?

 

Me: I was thinking June 2nd for two nights?

 

Me: So I assume that you're not interested? (after not hearing back for 26 hours)

 

Sean: How much $?? (classy)

 

Me: What is your rate?

 

Sean: Never mind, not really interested.

 

Me: Very professional.

 

Sean: I'm sorry, I'm kind of dating someone now.

 

Me: Lol ... Kind of like placing your house on the market, and then getting pissed when somebody makes an offer. Best of luck.

 

This text exchange represents the entire communication that took place between us. I responded to an active Rentboy ad, as requested, by text. Sean is a flake at best.

 

IMO, the deal took a turn when you countered his "how much" question with a question, instead of answering how much you were offering for your planned hire. I get your point as well, but some people like more "directness" instead of a cat-n-mouse conversation. Nevertheless city, you have the "means" to get whatever guy you want, and as you know, there are more fish in the sea. whether you felt he was professional or not, its a situation thats over and should have been immediatley forgotten.

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IMO, the deal took a turn when you countered his "how much" question with a question, instead of answering how much you were offering for your planned hire. I get your point as well, but some people like more "directness" instead of a cat-n-mouse conversation. Nevertheless city, you have the "means" to get whatever guy you want, and as you know, there are more fish in the sea. whether you felt he was professional or not, its a situation thats over and should have been immediatley forgotten.

 

In my countless hires, the "how much?" question is a very bad sign. Under his "Weekend Hours" he lists "Ask," not "make an offer." I then asked him his rate. Most genuine, professional escorts, would prefer the client to ask for a rate rather than open up a back and forth haggle. I always ask a rate, and I either accept or move on.

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I do agree that the kid should've put forward his rate instead of the "make me an offer" question.....pros have a price and it's usually take it or leave it....

 

The whole thing felt wrong. He might be fine for an hour lay in a hotel, but anything more is definitely a huge gamble. I can't imagine, based on this experience, that he would be a reliable hire under any circumstance.

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I didnt know you were supposed to write reviews UNLESS you actiallu had the face-2-face encounter with the hire ?

 

The policy for this site has historically been not to publish 'no show' reviews, and in this case, no appointment was ever made, so I'm guessing that nothing will be published on the review site.

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Me: Hi Sean. An acquaintance of mine hired you in San Diego. I am in Naples, Fl.; are you interested in traveling to Florida at all?

 

Sean: Maybe, what are the details?

 

Me: I was thinking June 2nd for two nights?

 

Me: So I assume that you're not interested? (after not hearing back for 26 hours)

 

Sean: How much $?? (classy)

 

Me: What is your rate?

 

Sean: Never mind, not really interested.

 

Me: Very professional.

 

Sean: I'm sorry, I'm kind of dating someone now.

 

Me: Lol ... Kind of like placing your house on the market, and then getting pissed when somebody makes an offer. Best of luck.

 

This text exchange represents the entire communication that took place between us. I responded to an active Rentboy ad, as requested, by text. Sean is a flake at best.

 

To me, the fact that you (a stranger) were asking him to travel and for 2 nights (not sure if that would be 2 appointments or 2 overnights) is a bit different than him declining a single, local appointment.

 

I agree that his response was a bit blunt, and he could have been more polite, but otherwise I don't really fault him in these circumstances.

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In my countless hires, the "how much?" question is a very bad sign. Under his "Weekend Hours" he lists "Ask," not "make an offer." I then asked him his rate. Most genuine, professional escorts, would prefer the client to ask for a rate rather than open up a back and forth haggle. I always ask a rate, and I either accept or move on.

 

I am NOT disagreeing with anything you have said, but it is clear the escort felt he was driving the conversation, and when he ASKED you a question, and you countered, he probably just felt you were "playin" with him ? city, you are a smart guy, and regardless of how you act with other escorts, each is individual, and sometime you will need to adjust your process...

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I am NOT disagreeing with anything you have said, but it is clear the escort felt he was driving the conversation, and when he ASKED you a question, and you countered, he probably just felt you were "playin" with him ? city, you are a smart guy, and regardless of how you act with other escorts, each is individual, and sometime you will need to adjust your process...

 

He was driving the conversation? He responded with "maybe, what are the details." I responded immediately with the details. I then waited 26 hours and asked him, "I assume that you're not interested?" He then responded "how much $??" I saw a guy last week that thought he was a dolphin ... it doesn't make it true.

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He was driving the conversation? He responded with "maybe, what are the details." I responded immediately with the details. I then waited 26 hours and asked him, "I assume that you're not interested?" He then responded "how much $??" I saw a guy last week that thought he was a dolphin ... it doesn't make it true.

 

OK, OK, my point is, what difference does any of it make now ? Why are you expending even a second of your time dwelling on it. ? Basically, you were rejected. Done deal, OVER !

Give your money to another boy....

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OK, OK, my point is, what difference does any of it make now ? Why are you expending even a second of your time dwelling on it. ? Basically, you were rejected. Done deal, OVER !

Give your money to another boy....

 

No ... your point was that he was driving the conversation. I rebutted, successfully, that notion.

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