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I just can't see him as a $300 man.

 

I love young boys and big butts and he scores 10 points on both categories, besides 300 seems to be a normal rate specially in a big city like NYC.

 

The only thing I don't like about him is what he says on his ad: "...I am one of the youngest, most sought after escorts in the country..." but I must say he could be right, 19 y/0 barely legal escorts aren't that common.

 

Some of you do not accept the right of others to express an opinion when it is adverse to your opinion.

 

We're entitle to an opinion, and that's why we're on here. I disagree with you but I'm glad you're sharing on here your thoughts about him.

 

Excuse me...it has nothing to do with not being able to afford it. It's not something I would ever consider.

 

in the year 2000 $100 was a normal rate, now the rates are between $200/$250 or

$300 range, if you keep hiring in 5 years you'll pay 300 and in 10 you might even pay $400 or $500.

 

Perfect example of guys in NYC that are asking for $300 when they are barely worth $100.

 

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He is a hottie!!!!! Sadly, he's a bottom and sadly and happily he doesn't bb.

 

He has a promising career ahead and I don't mean in college.

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Some of you do not accept the right of others to express an opinion when it is adverse to your opinion.

No, it's just about good manners. About two-thirds of the guys people drool over on this forum are not appealing to me, and many are actually repulsive, yet do I need to pass judgment over someone else's "type" and make a point of denigrating them? No, I don't.

 

Different strokes for different folks. The old maxim of "If you don't have anything nice to say then don't say anything at all" has value.

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Some of you do not accept the right of others to express an opinion when it is adverse to your opinion.

 

Absolutely not the case. One can say "not my cup of tea" or even "his rate seems high to me", but "barely worth $100" (as if that were empirical) is boorish. It's not the opinion, but its wording that was offensive.

 

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To me he's super cute and has a really nice ass. Everyone has a type in this world. Some people may see me as ugly in their eyes while another may see me as really attractive, theirs someone out their for everyone to enjoy and pound :p

Some people see you as ugly??? Are you kidding? You are hot. I have spoken.

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No, it's just about good manners. About two-thirds of the guys people drool over on this forum are not appealing to me, and many are actually repulsive, yet do I need to pass judgment over someone else's "type" and make a point of denigrating them? No, I don't.

 

Different strokes for different folks. The old maxim of "If you don't have anything nice to say then don't say anything at all" has value.

 

I have railed against this in the past. Everyone is free to express their opinion but being unnecessarily nasty is rude and does no good for anyone.. particularly when the subject matter is personal opinion.

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I have railed against this in the past. Everyone is free to express their opinion but being unnecessarily nasty is rude and does no good for anyone.. particularly when the subject matter is personal opinion.

 

And especially in the 411 posts. People are simply asking for information. They are not asking "Do you think this guy is hot?" It's an internet forum of course, and people are free to respond to whatever they want, but at least recognize that you are being rude to the person seeking information on someone they obviously find attractive.

 

The only time I've done a 411 post was on a guy who had multiple piercings. I just knew that there would be some, "Oooh, I don't like piercings" responses. I tried to head them off in the thread I created because I didn't really want to hear it. (I ain't asking you to sleep with him bitch!)

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And especially in the 411 posts. People are simply asking for information. They are not asking "Do you think this guy is hot?" It's an internet forum of course, and people are free to respond to whatever they want, but at least recognize that you are being rude to the person seeking information on someone they obviously find attractive.

 

The only time I've done a 411 post was on a guy who had multiple piercings. I just knew that there would be some, "Oooh, I don't like piercings" responses. I tried to head them off in the thread I created because I didn't really want to hear it. (I ain't asking you to sleep with him bitch!)

 

BROTHERS, CAN I GET AN AMEN!!

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And especially in the 411 posts. People are simply asking for information. They are not asking "Do you think this guy is hot?" It's an internet forum of course, and people are free to respond to whatever they want, but at least recognize that you are being rude to the person seeking information on someone they obviously find attractive.

 

The only time I've done a 411 post was on a guy who had multiple piercings. I just knew that there would be some, "Oooh, I don't like piercings" responses. I tried to head them off in the thread I created because I didn't really want to hear it. (I ain't asking you to sleep with him bitch!)

 

Exactly. Asking if anyone had seen someone you're interested in (and can offer information that might be useful to you) is not the same as asking if anyone approves of your choice. But people will offer their opinions anyway.

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