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#1 phildunphy

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Posted 12 July 2017 - 06:41 PM

Hello MTC world,

 

I've been a member of MTC for quite sometime already. In the biginning I would just lurk. Eventually I posted comments. And now, I'm stepping up the ladder a bit by making my own thread.

 

First off, why am I here? At first, like most, I was looking for a quick fix. I was always shy with the ladies. Torpe if you want to put a label on it. Had a few realtionships and even got married. I am also a late bloomer. Never did anything o qualify as a legendary wild adventure. Most of you here probably have stories from your college days (or even highschool) that can get Holy s@%t response. It wasn't till in my early 30's that I discovered this site. Even when I found escort sites, it still took time for me to actually use it. But when I started, it became somewhat of a semi-regular thing for me. Learned about MP's, Spa's and PSP's. Yes I;ve been to clubs before but for me, this side is a whole different arena. Here I could look around privately. Options, choices, that's what got me interested.

 

Like I mentioned, had a few realtionships already. But quickly I realised, that what I did, said is not really the norm. I was on the other side so to speak. I was the one saying sorry. I was the begging, I was the one trying to work things out. And I would always be the one knocked out. Maybe it was because I would look for "love" in the wrong places and at the wrong times. 

 

What do I want to get out of this thread? Your own experiences, insights, etc. Looking for woman's perspective first anf foremost. I'm sure this would qualify as a wrong place to look for "love", but what the hell?!

 

Hope to hear from you gusy and gals :-)


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Posted 15 July 2017 - 04:26 PM

reading halfway, was already about to blurt "coz your scavenging at the wrong place" but you already said it. :)

Good read though. 

 

And whatever it is you're looking for, I still hope you find it. Maybe not here but in other places you'll dwell. :)



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Posted 16 July 2017 - 11:21 AM

sometimes we think we are what we want to be, but in reality, we're not.  

 

so good for you to realise that, now you can do something about it, and i'm sure you'll end up as a much better person. :)



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Posted 24 July 2017 - 03:53 PM

hello. mind if i share my thoughts? this is just my opinion, so i maybe wrong.

since sabi mo na you're always the one begging and you're always the one who tries to work things out, para sakin, regardless kung wrong place o hindi, she is not for you. sabi nga nila eh, it should be a two-way communication and both should work things out.

 

on another note, you mentioned na you got married? so you're married now?

 

Maybe bro, not meant. Separated.



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Posted 25 July 2017 - 06:43 PM

I know women in this industry are here mainly for financial reasons. Although there are those who will use the money for other things as well and sometimes they fall out of their intial reasons to be in this business. I've met a few women here. Heard all the stories and the stuff in between. The top reasons would be for family, a sick mother or father, shouldering the studies of siblings, to support a child. I do not judge them for their choices, I do not agree with the choice but I will not be hypocritical about it as I avail their services. But my question is when is enough really enough? There are women I know who chose to be in this line and stay in it and making it their bread and butter. Easy money. I understand. Easy meaning, you don't have to wait for a long period to earn the amount these women are getting for a few hours of work. Most people who have an education, a good job, don't earn the kind of money they earn. But in no way that it is easy as there are real risks. Getting robbed, hurt or worse, killed. I can't even imagine how they feel getting in a room alone with a total stranger. All they can hold on to is the username and a prepaid number of the guy who bought 3 hours of their time to be in bed with. So what happens after they have paid the hospital bills, tuition fee's and other obligations? I can only wish that there are some who would actually save up and find another way to make a living. But sadly, I have seen and heard first hand how a lot of the stories go. The money being earned in such a short time changes them. Their lifestlye for one. The 900 peso mobile phone turns into an iPhone, expensive gifts to family, trips out of town. By no means I am saying this is bad. But the goal then changes. From being a band aid into something bigger. For a lot of us, as we earn more we tend to spend more. And the rate is a lot more for them. They earn so much in such a short period of time they begin to think that there will always be water in the well. ANd when the well dries up, they end up worse than they started. There are stories that are told to me that there are those who works a number of times a day just to keep up with the lifestyle that they were able to enjoy in this line. There are those who will resort to alcohol and even more, to drugs. One can only imagine what these girls go through everyday. And my question stands, when is enough, enough? I wrote this to say that as I understand why you are here, but hopefully you use this as what it really is, a band aid. Again, I am not against this industry as I avail this service myself. 



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Posted 25 July 2017 - 07:19 PM

I know women in this industry are here mainly for financial reasons. Although there are those who will use the money for other things as well and sometimes they fall out of their intial reasons to be in this business. I've met a few women here. Heard all the stories and the stuff in between. The top reasons would be for family, a sick mother or father, shouldering the studies of siblings, to support a child. I do not judge them for their choices, I do not agree with the choice but I will not be hypocritical about it as I avail their services. But my question is when is enough really enough? There are women I know who chose to be in this line and stay in it and making it their bread and butter. Easy money. I understand. Easy meaning, you don't have to wait for a long period to earn the amount these women are getting for a few hours of work. Most people who have an education, a good job, don't earn the kind of money they earn. But in no way that it is easy as there are real risks. Getting robbed, hurt or worse, killed. I can't even imagine how they feel getting in a room alone with a total stranger. All they can hold on to is the username and a prepaid number of the guy who bought 3 hours of their time to be in bed with. So what happens after they have paid the hospital bills, tuition fee's and other obligations? I can only wish that there are some who would actually save up and find another way to make a living. But sadly, I have seen and heard first hand how a lot of the stories go. The money being earned in such a short time changes them. Their lifestlye for one. The 900 peso mobile phone turns into an iPhone, expensive gifts to family, trips out of town. By no means I am saying this is bad. But the goal then changes. From being a band aid into something bigger. For a lot of us, as we earn more we tend to spend more. And the rate is a lot more for them. They earn so much in such a short period of time they begin to think that there will always be water in the well. ANd when the well dries up, they end up worse than they started. There are stories that are told to me that there are those who works a number of times a day just to keep up with the lifestyle that they were able to enjoy in this line. There are those who will resort to alcohol and even more, to drugs. One can only imagine what these girls go through everyday. And my question stands, when is enough, enough? I wrote this to say that as I understand why you are here, but hopefully you use this as what it really is, a band aid. Again, I am not against this industry as I avail this service myself.




Woah.. 👏👏 I suddenly felt a moment of bliss while I'm reading this.There were still guys / GM's who barely understand the situation and the part of the thera.

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Posted 26 July 2017 - 11:00 AM

Woah.. I suddenly felt a moment of bliss while I'm reading this.There were still guys / GM's who barely understand the situation and the part of the thera.

 

 

True Bro. There are those who treat the women in this industry with minimal respect. Yes we understand the business they are in, they are here becasue they need to, not because they want to, but that doesn't qualify anyone to treat them like crap. To those who are doing this for their family, I wish them well and hope that when they are able to address their immediate needs. But also hoping they can find something else to support their families and not be blinded with the kind of money that they can get in this line. This should be just a detour and not their stop.  



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Posted 26 July 2017 - 03:25 PM

Woah.. I suddenly felt a moment of bliss while I'm reading this.There were still guys / GM's who barely understand the situation and the part of the thera.

 

Oh, I apologise for calling you Bro. My bad. 



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Posted 26 July 2017 - 03:25 PM

Long time lurker here and i can relate to what you have just said. Great opening speech bro! I would just like to add that we know women can be complex beings just as men are but most of us still want security and money can buy a lot of it. I guess what people in this industry need is actually sound financial advice so they wont make the mistake that can take their hard earned money away... like a Finance 101 or something.

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Posted 26 July 2017 - 03:28 PM

Oh, I apologise for calling you Bro. My bad.


Small thing :)

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Posted 26 July 2017 - 03:37 PM

Long time lurker here and i can relate to what you have just said. Great opening speech bro! I would just like to add that we know women can be complex beings just as men are but most of us still want security and money can buy a lot of it. I guess what people in this industry need is actually sound financial advice so they wont make the mistake that can take their hard earned money away... like a Finance 101 or something.

 

Couldn't agree with you more bro. Like stories you would here about someone living in the slums winning the lottery and would end up owing more. Drugs, women, alcohol, you name it and some end up dead. 


Small thing :)

 

:-)  Thank you for your comment.


Small thing :)

 

By the way, hope you don't mind me asking, but are you a part of the business?



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Posted 26 July 2017 - 03:48 PM


 
:-)  Thank you for your comment.
 
By the way, hope you don't mind me asking, but are you a part of the business?[/quote]

Yeah.. I'm a Spa therapist..

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Posted 26 July 2017 - 03:50 PM

I believe that although this industry will always be part of their lives it doesn't define them. It's all up to them actually. Who says they can't have a career after? Who says they can't find someone and start a family? Sure it won't be easy. Sure, there are those who will always judge you by your past. But the people that matter will leave it where it should be, the past. 


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Posted 26 July 2017 - 03:52 PM

 
:-)  Thank you for your comment.
 
By the way, hope you don't mind me asking, but are you a part of the business?[/quote]

Yeah.. I'm a Spa therapist..

 

How long have you been in this industry?



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Posted 26 July 2017 - 07:44 PM

But having said that, if any GM who would really want a relationship with anyone from this industry must never ever use what she did against her. You know very well the situation from the start. If you truly love her, love her for who she is and that includes her past. Now, it goes the same for the girl. She must also uphold her end. 



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Posted 27 July 2017 - 11:02 AM

Had a relationship with someone from this kind of work. She left the scene and we lived together. I'm not rich, but I do have a job and I was able to provide her daily needs and occasionally even her wants (clothes, gadgets, etc.). But apparently it wasn't enough for her. She still strayed behind my back. And from time to time she would still go on walks to be able to buy her "needs". That was the last straw for me. I don't do drugs, neither will I tolerate it. Although there were a coupe of her friends from the industry who say that she should be happy already, there are lot more who would tell her differently. "Dami pang lalaki dyan mayaman pa", "tignan mo kami nabibili namin lahat ng gusto kasi malaki ang kita dito, ikaw iniwan mo grasya", among other things. I had good intentions but the worng girl.



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Posted 27 July 2017 - 11:13 AM

 

Thanks for sharing, Nakakalungkot naman. Lesson learned I guess.

 

Yeah. I guess meron talagang tao na hindi ma kukuntento. Laging naka depende sa nakikita sa FB posts ng ibang tao. Sadly a lot are like that. They compare their lives to what they see others post on social media. 



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Posted 27 July 2017 - 05:58 PM

Oo naman. As the song goes...
 
"I don't care who you are
Where you're from
What you did
As long as you love me"
 
Siempre, dapat ganon din si thera kay GM.


As long as you love me - Backstreet Boys
Love this song

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Posted 07 August 2017 - 12:57 PM

Hey bro, thanks. Doing ok. Just working away. 



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Posted 07 August 2017 - 03:01 PM

Basta sakin Bro, doesn't really matter kung san ko ma meet basta lang mabait at magkaka sundo kami. Di naman dito lang ako nag hahanap din. Naging part lang din to talaga.







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