Elisabeth Whispers


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  1. Thanks so much for the lovely comments! And I feel the same about you, honored to call you my friend.Your level of skill is matched only by the magnitude of your compassion and these men are lucky to see you at such affordable rates. Shorting not only shows a lack of respect for your time and effort, but for themselves as well. After all, at that point they’re nothing but common thieves taking advantage of an innocent victim. That type of man isn’t worth a second glance much less an hour or two of your time! A exceptional courtesan like you will always be in demand by discerning, quality gents who value your time and talents beyond measure. I predict a windfall coming your way… ;)

    Comment by Cecilia — March 31, 2012 @ 10:12 am

  2. There’s an old joke about a management consultant working with a high end men’s clothing store in London. The consultant asked the manager about allowing customers to purchase clothing without immediate payment, and the process for collecting on accounts receivable. The manager stared at him and said “One NEVER demands payment from a GENTLEMAN. It simply isn’t done.” The consultant asked whether that didn’t result in a lot of people not paying their bills and excessive losses for the store. The consultant replied “Well, if he has not paid his bill in full within a couple of months, he is obviously NOT a gentleman.”

    Comment by Chevalier — April 2, 2012 @ 9:21 am

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