Finally, Dwayne set a day for his flight home and emailed his itinerary. He'd be there January 25. Amy even bought tickets for their first real date a Latin dance concert in a nearby city that night.
I have noticed guys looking for company, but never any suspect provider types. Guess you are right, the operation is too small, and the security is too observant. I will be there again this Sat and will be on the lookout, as always. Originally Posted by Rays I have seen an ad from time to time on CL in South Bend for a lady who does massages in this area?
Has anyone tried this service and was it a good experience? You may PM if you wish I was out on the floor until well past 3: I didn't see anything. I walked around acting like I was looking for someone on and off throughout the night.
Its not as large as most Strip casinos in Vegas so I guess the security will notice a girl working and ask her to leave. Too bad for us mongers. Last edited by Rays; at Minimum Education Certification Required. Years of Experience years. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
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