In meeting up with a client, an escort usually spikes up a small conversation to start the encounter, especially when the client is a newbie. She may ask questions about the client’s personal life and will try to avoid topics that could leave him to inquire something about her too such as family, friends or relationships. If you want to keep personal details out of your conversation with a client, then stick to some of the following topics below:
* Talk about favorites | As an escort, you should be able to discuss about your client’s favorites, because this may help you out in creating a connection with him. You can include colors, seasons, vacation destinations, music, food, clothing, place to eat, etc. You can compare your favorites with your client and find out the things you have in common. Share your preferences and get to know each other through the inclinations of your answers. You may be able to learn everything you need from your client when you start a conversation that’s more than just favorites.
* Describing a perfect date or day with a romantic partner | By allowing your client to describe his perfect date or day, it gives you an insight to what he feels important to make it perfect. As his escort, you can persuade him to give more details about the feelings or activities he will be doing on that perfect date, as well as how he would expect his partner to treat him. If the client gives some sensual or erotic details, then you can definitely use them during your encounter later on. Additionally, it will also give you an insight on how he perceives relationships and explore his romantic side.
A great example of this can be found in the excerpt below:
I learned a bit about her interests and she told me some of her personal history. When I had a birthday, she had a special party for me, and when I had a spare ticket for a trip to Asia, I flew her to Bangkok. Credits: Why I visit prostitutes – Salon
* Usual ice breaker questions can come in very handy | When an escort don’t have any topic to start up a conversation with a client, ice breaker questions may be helpful for her. Make sure to pick wise questions and not ridiculous ones. You may ask your client: “Who would you pick to have a perfect date once in your life, either living or dead?” You can learn something about your client by throwing wise ice breaker questions to him. Or you can also ask him: “What three things you can’t live without?” Probably, this is a common question and your client’s eyes may be rolling, but you will definitely know the things most important in his life.
* Make a conversation regarding your place or neighborhood | This can be an excellent method in striking up a small conversation with your client. You can talk about the new buildings or stores opened in your area, new building constructions, events in town and the like. With such topics, both of you can comfortably talk about it since it’s considered as a safe topic to discuss. It can also be a way of finding a common ground between the two of you and both identify with something.