Well, this was thin

March 8, 2010

The relevent post.

The least he could have done was make a better effort of covering his duplicity.  Mamasan is not a fan of, “There I was, just minding my own business, innocent as hell and then BAM, out of NO WHERE she goes all psycho.”  Sure.  That’s the most likely scenario.  Right-o.

Reading between the lines, here’s Mamasan Snark’s The Rest of the Story (she is no Paul Harvey, but a lady can dream):

This young guy shows up, puts down money and starts asking a lot of questions while looking all around.  Say it with me, ladies:  Hello, vice cop.  The lady asks him a question – perhaps, “Why do you need to know?” or “I do not discuss menu activities.”  He reacts to her “attitude problem” by smarting off, she scoops up the money and tells him to leave right now or she’s calling her back-up.

And yet he gets to write an alert on her, whereas, on Eccie, if a reliable provider is beaten and robbed she has to keep it out of the public eye to “protect his security”.

I’m not entirely certain why any escort would want the typical Eccie hobbyist as a client.   This is pure speculation but, I suspect if there were another viable board option for advertising Eccie would be pure sausage fest.

ETA:  Chevalier brought this blog post back to my attention.  In retrospect, belay my last due to very sloppy phrasing.  The typical Eccie client is, in my experience, neither better nor worse than clients from any other site.  The typical Eccie male poster, on the other hand, is liable to be a complete tool.  Or at least to behave that way in public for benefit of other typical Eccie male posters.

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