X-hooker Life Hack #12

Always Charge For Services When The Perceived Value is Highest

A working girl wants to get the money up front if she understands research done by a scientist named Pavlov. To summarize, Pavlov discovered that his dog came to associate the sound of a bell with meal time. It was pure coincidence that the bell on the street rang at the same time he presented his dog with a bowl of kibble. The bell had nothing to do with the meal. Nevertheless, the dog associated the sound with food and would automatically salivate whenever he heard the bell–even if no food was presented. The association between two co-occurring but otherwise unrelated events can become fixed in the mind as long as they happen together. You know how something reminds you of something else? Well, working girls can use what’s called a Pavlovian principle to further their cause. If a guy pays money and then has a good time with her, he will come to associate giving her money with upcoming happiness. Psychologically, without even realizing it, he will look forward to paying. She’s just got to be sure to secure that association. Isn’t that better than paying on your way out the door when the handing over of cash signals the end of shenanigans?

I promised that this sexy nerd would give you a unique viewpoint and I believe I deliver by advocating the use of science in the sex relationships between consenting adults. Pavlov and working girls, now that’s original!

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6 thoughts on “X-hooker Life Hack #12

  1. The foil to that is the customer wants to make sure they get full value. Payment up front removes any impetuous, besides ethical service standards, to fulfill the providers end of the transaction.

    It’s a difficult edge to walk. On one end I have heard stories of customers at the end mysteriously not having the agreed upon amount or just running away. That’s bad form and despicable. On the other once the money is given there can be shortages on time or services agreed upon not rendered.

    Negotiations are a compromise. I would think showing proof that enough was in hand and a half up front half in completion is a fitting solution. The choice is up to both parties as negotiations fall through all the time. I myself would rather have both parties salivating as it sounds like a more enjoyable time!

    1. Walking that edge is so very difficult. Just like it is with price setting. I’ve named a price as ND have the person walk out, feeling like I was trying to rip him off. That same number, when mentioned to another person was nothing but a bill peeled off of a life toll, where its loss had no impact. I’m sure I. Every field this is an issue. Yes?

      1. You can’t make everyone happy. Often it’s not what the work is worth but what someone is willing to pay. We all have a choice and not agreeing on price is no reason to be upset. After a price is agreed upon and fulfillment on either side is not reached is a cause for objection.

        The customer is not always right.

      1. I have found that knowing what something is worth as well as current market values brings a feeling of confidence to initial pricing. You can smell weakness as well as strength. If something is worth it and comparable to the market then the lines of negotiation are limited. You ain’t gonna go up or down much. You just need to understand that the price you are offering is fair and of value. Naming a price on something and truly understanding its value are 2 vastly different things.
        All sales are take it or leave it. Remote selling is basically a more blatant form of it which is why I think it’s what some people prefer. It’s there. It has a tag. Are you interested?
        Quite frankly I am shocked to hear you are awkward in ANY situation given the life experiences you choose to share here. My impression of you is that you are tough as nails while maintaining a feminine composure. It’s very humanizing and endearing.

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