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March 21, 2006

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Have you ever gone on a blind date and felt completely misled when you met face-to-face? I think it has happened to pretty much everyone. On a regular date, you have some options but when it's paid companionship, the terms are less flexible and you can lose more than just your valuable time. That's where a site like Beautiful Companion comes into play. It takes the guesswork out of securing professional escorts.

On a typical first time rendezvous through a dating service or friend, depending on whether one feels compelled to adhere to tradition, one could always offer to split the bill fifty-fifty after. It's a bit tacky but it does send a clear message, "I just lost two hours of my life I can't ever get back so I'm cutting my costs and my losses but thanks for coming out."

A blind date is one thing while a paid escort is quite another story. Someone may be pardoned for having a misleading personal ad since we're all expected to think highly of ourselves. Less forgivable is false advertising when the time you spend with someone special is being billed by the hour. It's not something on which you want to waste energy. You want to meet the right girl right away.

Beautiful Companion offers thousands of profiles of women for hire from around the world. Besides written descriptions, there are always small galleries as well as often links to full websites about the girls and the "services" they offer. One-day access is cheap but the recurring monthly charge is somewhat pricey. Nevertheless, it's seems like a bargain compared to having a Hugh Grant or an Eddy Murphy moment in life. You even get to video chat with your potential companion. Discretion and discerning taste is the keystone to a successful encounter and buyers beware if buying sight unseen.

Posted by Will Peters at March 21, 2006 4:22 AM

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