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Review: Emerald spa Tinnipaw

ProfessorBeast

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Title: Review: Emerald spa Tinnipaw
Date: May 12, 2022
Phone: 267) 667-5858
City: Ambler
State: Pa
Location: Near pizza place
Age Estimate: 35-42
Nationality: Chinese
Physical Description: Some small, cute tattoos. Small body with just enough meat. Not a spinner but similar height.

Recommendation: Yes
 

dropbox

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I have a beard too. Called them and was heard Jennifer and Shera available. If you don't mind can you share some more info like the name of your provider? TIA
 

kantuchdis

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"phonetically" - throw back concept

- I heard it (Phonics) is NOT taught in schools anymore. Children are not instructed how to break a word into smaller parts, pronounce each part, then string them together to correctly say the word. Conversely, de-construct a word and correctly spell the word after just hearing it. Of course the outlier wacky new-age spellings of common words or names throws this off, but that's uncommon.
 

ProfessorBeast

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"phonetically" - throw back concept

- I heard it (Phonics) is NOT taught in schools anymore. Children are not instructed how to break a word into smaller parts, pronounce each part, then string them together to correctly say the word. Conversely, de-construct a word and correctly spell the word after just hearing it. Of course the outlier wacky new-age spellings of common words or names throws this off, but that's uncommon.
Oh, I know phonics as a teaching method is outdated...hence my name...but yeah, when it comes to names like (maybe) Tinnipaw, who might be Jennifer (sounds plausible, Dogguy), it helps. Hopefully.
 

Robinsona

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New to this. How does this work? Have an appointment coming up soon. They have a .70 per hour as the charges. What other charges/services to expect?
 

fffinster

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New to this. How does this work? Have an appointment coming up soon. They have a .70 per hour as the charges. What other charges/services to expect?
In many amps, the house fee covers the space and supplies. The providers get very little, if any, of the house fee. Make sure you tip fairly, commensurate to the service quality received. Unless service is awful, my tip starts at $20 for an hour massage at Hand & Stone and Massage Envy, since those providers get an fair hourly wage, but still work hard. Since the ladies at Amps get so little of the house fee, I'll tip a bit more if I am happy with the service.
 

Doubleyellow

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"phonetically" - throw back concept

- I heard it (Phonics) is NOT taught in schools anymore. Children are not instructed how to break a word into smaller parts, pronounce each part, then string them together to correctly say the word. Conversely, de-construct a word and correctly spell the word after just hearing it. Of course the outlier wacky new-age spellings of common words or names throws this off, but that's uncommon.
it is taught and an important part of English Language Learning Standards beginning in kindergarten. ironically, phonetics isn’t spelled phonetically.
 

Polish10

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New to this. How does this work? Have an appointment coming up soon. They have a .70 per hour as the charges. What other charges/services to expect?
Not sure this is the best location to start at. Mixed reviews. Go somewhere you'll get a good massage and perhaps leave happy.
 

Robinsona

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In many amps, the house fee covers the space and supplies. The providers get very little, if any, of the house fee. Make sure you tip fairly, commensurate to the service quality received. Unless service is awful, my tip starts at $20 for an hour massage at Hand & Stone and Massage Envy, since those providers get an fair hourly wage, but still work hard. Since the ladies at Amps get so little of the house fee, I'll tip a bit more if I am happy with the service.
Makes sense. Thanks for the guidance..
 

lohay33751

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Buy a month of private access and read at least 20-30 reviews. That will give you enough Intel to make your own visit to a well reviewed spa. Then you can write a review and keep private access without paying.

Once you contribute you will find members are much more likely to answer questions.
 
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