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TOPIC: Hiring a Professional
Created by: joeandsuzy69
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Suzy and I have been looking for the perfect unicorn for months so that we can fulfill our mythical 3-some fantasies. Like many before us, we have failed in our search. This is chronicled all over this site LOL---

Anyway, we are thinking the most drama-free to make our dreams a reality is to hire a professional. I have never done this before. Our week of marathon sex vacation starts Monday--

Does anyone have any advice on how to find a clean, classy professional on short notice? Are there sites for this stuff? Are we the only ones on this site to consider this? etc. etc.

Your advice wanted!

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In my past life...I mean LONG AGO past life...when I was young, skinny and beautiful, I worked for an escort service. I was constantly tested for disease and held myself to a VERY high standard of outward beauty.

I believe you can find someone in the 'profession'. Just make sure you are careful, USE PROTECTION and make sure you question whomever you find. It always helps to be shown papers of testing results too.

My husband and I have also been looking for a unicorn (or a couple) for a long time. It's not as easy as some would think.

Good Luck!

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try looking for a couple where the husband likes to watch. maybe have better luck then looking for the single female. ~joan

Philadelphia PA
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If the price is right I'll be right over lol....damn recession is killing us lol.

Mrs Sav

Anniston AL
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Eh, don't crawfish! I don't think its an uncommon thought, just one with potentially serious legal ramifications. Unless of course, you make a trip out to Reno, NV, and find a cathouse that entertains couples. That will likely be the safest route, because legally approved cathouses test their girls very regularly.

PS. Had to look up crawfishing, lol.

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You guys definitely have me crawfishing now.

Lincoln NE
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Its the damn recession, I tell you!!

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The irony in this to me is that I know a lady in that profession who happens to frequent the clubs here, not for employment, but because she doesn't get satisfied from her day job.

-M

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Oye...I do understand the frustration, I even see the logic of the idea. However, like the others have said....for me...it would be in my mind that he is only there because he is getting greenbacks, not because I am attractive or hot, etc. I have to have a willing participant or it is "dirty" to me. Just me. PLUS....prostitution, however a pretty name we give it, is illegal. And lots of police officers in vice squads are around known areas of prostitution. Be careful, the last thing you want on your record is solicitation of prostitution. I would keep looking for a single bifemme...or make friends with a couple where the other wife is bisexual as well.

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I agree with bdh, as usual, lol. Though, if you are going to invest in a 'professional' it might be more legal to just sweeten the pot in your unicorn search. For example, instead of paying out cash to a 'working girl' (which in most states is pretty illegal) offer a nice dinner, hotel, trip, etc. to lure the elusive unicorn.

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Craigslist or asking bartenders that work the kinds of places frequented by traveling businessmen.

I would avoid doing anything overtly via the net and stick to the in person searching. Digital fingerprints are hard to erase.

I would stick with the unicorn hunt though. Theres something to be said for all participants being there because they want to, not just because they want to get paid.

-M

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