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Old 28-Jul-21, 12:37
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Hi. I am planning on having a scissor session soon. i know i will be quite nervous beforehand. I was thinking about maybe having a couple of beers or a couple of glasses of wine, to calm my nerves. But may it is a bad idea? Any have any experience with alocohol prior to a session?
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Old 28-Jul-21, 12:51
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Default Re: drinking alcohol before a session?

I've sipped whiskey from a flask before wrestling during sessions. Was cool when the girl drank with me. It did create a friendly bond between us. I think sipping small quantities of potent alcohol make more sense than filling up with beer or wine.
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Old 28-Jul-21, 12:55
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I've sipped whiskey from a flask before wrestling during sessions. Was cool when the girl drank with me. It did create a friendly bond between us. I think sipping small quantities of potent alcohol make more sense than filling up with beer or wine.
Yeah, I was thinking of buying a bottle of whiskey or vodka :-)
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Old 28-Jul-21, 15:26
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Default Re: drinking alcohol before a session?

My only thing is you have to be careful. Some women will not see a client if they can smell alcohol on them at all. Having a guy that is even tipsy during a session puts everyone involved in potentially compromising situations.

I have one girl that I have seen multiple times that I generally have a beer with during the session, as for the rest of the sessions I have had there has been no alcohol present. And the one that I do have a drink with that did not happen until maybe the second or third time I saw her and we were comfortable with each other.....or it was more that she came to my place and I asked her if she wanted something to drink (thinking water etc.) she looked in my fridge and said "I'll take one of your beers." Then it became tradition.
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Default Re: drinking alcohol before a session?

I wouldn't. What I would do is make sure to let the wrestler you're seeing know that you're nervous. My first few times I was SUPER nervous too, but I told them that before so they wouldn't take it the wrong way and think I was disinterested or something. They've all been great at making me feel comfortable. I'm not too nervous now. A little bit, but not bad.
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Hi. I am planning on having a scissor session soon. i know i will be quite nervous beforehand. I was thinking about maybe having a couple of beers or a couple of glasses of wine, to calm my nerves. But may it is a bad idea? Any have any experience with alocohol prior to a session?
1) Don't show up with beer breath. That's gross.

2) Show up with a bottle of wine and offer her a glass. Spend a few minutes getting to know one another as you settle into the moment.
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Default Re: drinking alcohol before a session?

Like the other guys have said just turning up smelling of booze isn't a good idea. If you do drink go with the spirits rather than beer as being bloated in a session would suck.
I love a beer and have been tempted before but i have resisted as i think i would rather be at my best/fresh for the session. Drinking makes me relax too much and i can be groggy.

A beer afterwards however, to sit back with a smile and re-live the session is a must
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Aren't drunk or high guys a pet peeve of many session wrestlers?
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Old 29-Jul-21, 19:29
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Default Re: drinking alcohol before a session?

I was buzzed an was drinking during breaks in Vegas. The Amazon actually brought me my beer during a break. I was in heaven
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A wise session wrestler will not accept a drunk client.
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