|FRs - Do NOT write War & Peace!|
Before I start, I would like to state that I am not in any way a good example of how to write FRs, I am not a born writer and my imagination with a pen or keyboard is limited plus I am pretty ill educated so my FRs, both here and in other Fora around the net, are not up to be picked over by scholars and lierary critics, they are just there to add information to help other punters improve their "luck". For examples of well written and amusing FRs, try Man Meat or Mr Pickwick.
A lot of people apparently want "warts and all" FRs that give a blow by blow, freckle by freckle, cellulite filled account of an hour (Or in their case normally 20 minutes) in the company of a working girl. However there are reasons why some people write vague FRs.
Here are some:
- You may have had an off day and the lady might have been trying her hardest to give you a good time and failed. Is that her fault? Therefore if you would not go back again because you are embarrassed you may easily hide that fact and say the opposite.
- You both may have really clicked and she went further than she normally does with her services, including for example anal when she quite clearly states "No anal!" or gives you a BBBJ when she states "Covered Oral only!". If that happens and you tell the world then she gets plagued by everyone for it and you never get it again from her or others who say the same because they then know you kiss and tell.
- If, for example, you or she farts and you laugh about it then that is fine and between you, you don't need to tell the world about it.
- You notice something she accidentally left out that tells you details that will identify her : Clearly you would not give that info to the world and the polite thing would be to gently point it out to her at the time.
Now I do believe that all FRs should state the physical description of the girl and if it matches what they say on their website/advert, the place needs describing, was it clean dirty etc, did you feel safe, and extraneous noises that indicate a dog, child or bloke present in another room need to be in there as that is relevant.