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Old 16-Mar-16, 15:04
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Default Has Anyone Ever Bought Lunch or Dinner For A Session Wrestler?

I've been told Brandimae Akers requires clients to buy lunch or dinner as part of the session with her. We all know sessions can be pricey to begin with.
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Old 16-Mar-16, 15:06
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Default Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought Lunch or Dinner For A Session Wrestler?

Just about every session I ever had was either proceeded by or followed up by lunch or diner
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Old 16-Mar-16, 15:38
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Default Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought Lunch or Dinner For A Session Wrestler?

Sessions are already really expensive. If you don't want to buy them a meal on top of that, then don't. If a girl mentions this is a requirement, feel free to walk away. I'm guessing we're not talking about a $10 meal either.

There are already lots of hidden fees on top of session costs. Parking, tolls, gas. I probably spent $40-45 on those extra fees for my last session. Plus taking the day off, or at least half a day off, of work.
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Old 16-Mar-16, 15:49
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Default Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought Lunch or Dinner For A Session Wrestler?

Thats why I do sessions anymore
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Old 16-Mar-16, 16:05
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Default Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought Lunch or Dinner For A Session Wrestler?

Most women are willing to negotiate cost, if you're willing to make compromises. Of course none of them will say that out loud lol they'd never make any money
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Default Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought Lunch or Dinner For A Session Wrestler?

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I've been told Brandimae Akers requires clients to buy lunch or dinner as part of the session with her. We all know sessions can be pricey to begin with.
Do you get to have dinner with her or just give her money for dinner? Dinner with a session girl after a match can be fun, though I've only done it a couple times.

Ultimately it depends on you though. Just decide what you want. Ask her the details and extra cost involved and make your choice.
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Default Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought Lunch or Dinner For A Session Wrestler?

Funniest one for me was when I wrestled Kriste Etzold and we went to dinner before the match

She is a sweet woman, but she talks very loudly and is kinda animated when she talks

Was embarrassed a bit
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Default Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought Lunch or Dinner For A Session Wrestler?

Waaaaaaaaaaaay back in the Day.
I took Denise Hobgood out to dinner after our match.
It was fine.
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Default Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought Lunch or Dinner For A Session Wrestler?

I became friendly with several of the girls with whom I filmed with different companies, and it led to some great, and sometimes *interesting* experiences. Most of them were wonderful. They let their hair down, you see the human side (well, not always, but enough to make it rewarding), and you can find wit, intelligence and delight.
Only once in all my decades (geez, was it that long?) did a girl want to be treated to lunch/dinner first, as a condition.

BUT....
-One time, a newbie girl, just separated, decided to hold forth on her ex in a crowded restaurant, and the more cocktails she had, the LOUDER she got.... bad language...
-One well-known woman was a (shall we say) *sloppy* eater... In a place where I was known, the waiter actually came over, picked up her plate, and shoved an extra napkin under it...

There are more negative stories, but I've also dined with TWO exceptional ladies (I do mean LADIES) who epitomized savoir faire. The dinners were wonderful, the time was wonderful, it was like being on a college date.
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Default Re: Has Anyone Ever Bought Lunch or Dinner For A Session Wrestler?

The way it's meant here, yes, a few times. Never on a 1st meeting. Most often (can't remember if this always happened) she covered at least some part of her side, obviously owing to the point made above.
Hearing this about BrandiMae doesn't surprise me, based on her menu guys meeting her are doing so more in the interest of companionship than wrestling. Though interestingly, I believe she's an avid muay thai player.
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