As you all know I currently require a fair bit of notice (I actually think it’s not much but the outrage it brings makes me think that others feel differently) for a booking. At the moment I need at a minimum to know before 6pm the day before. However I can take limited short notice outcalls but I choose not to. Why? Because I feel like I’m encouraging/condoning the practice of really bad text messaging, in my experience the quality of the booking request goes down with the a) the decrease in amount of notice given and b) the time of night the request is sent. Mathematically this would be expressed as
Q = (x·h)+1/(y·n²)
Q = quality of booking request,
h = absolute difference between 12 noon and time request was sent in hours,
n = notice given in hours
x,y = variables
So what constitutes a ‘bad’ text message? I shall give some instructive examples
- Out tonight [hotel name] how much?
Where is hello or hi or some acknowledgement that I am a human? What is your name, how do I address you? As for how much MY PRICES ARE LISTED IN THE SAME PLACE YOU GOT MY NUMBER FROM, if you are expecting a special rate because you are special I will add a special person surcharge. Also in this place that has my phone number and prices it will have said I don’t do same day bookings. I have set a boundary and you have chosen to ignore it, this doesn’t give me any confidence that you will respect any other boundaries within the booking. If we ignore all of that I now have to engage in a back and forth to try and work out what type of booking you want and how long you would like to a) tell you when I can fit it into my schedule and b) give you the price as different types of bookings have different rates.
- Text me baby
- Hi r u free
- Hello Corrine. How would I massage you and have some fun for 30 minutes for an outcall tonight?