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Review: Tracy

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jim_hatez

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Sorry you had a less than ideal experience. Just a bit of advice. Your review was great, but if I was you, I wouldn't include some of those details about yourself and kinda surprised you wore that specific gear when you went for a session. Maybe I am overly paranoid (but I never been caught) but I always try to dress in the most mundane/average/ordinary way possible. What you describe makes you stick out, and anything that makes you unique is bad when it's best to draw no attention to yourself in this hobby. If I was you I would leave that behind next time. Hope your next session is far better!
 

Rocketman813x

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Thanks so much for the great review! I’ve seen Tracy many times in the past (although not since COVID), and I’m sorry to hear that she’s declined this much. She’s always been flaky with regards to being on time, making you wait, talking too much, and OCD… but for me she’s never been so visibly stoned or “out of it” like you describe. With Tracy, you’ve always had to take the bad (annoying would be a better word) with the good, but this really isn’t acceptable. I hope she’s able to straighten herself out enough to start providing positive experiences again, because when she does, she’s worth it.
 

Buckedi

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Sorry you had a less than ideal experience. Just a bit of advice. Your review was great, but if I was you, I wouldn't include some of those details about yourself and kinda surprised you wore that specific gear when you went for a session. Maybe I am overly paranoid (but I never been caught) but I always try to dress in the most mundane/average/ordinary way possible. What you describe makes you stick out, and anything that makes you unique is bad when it's best to draw no attention to yourself in this hobby. If I was you I would leave that behind next time. Hope your next session is far better!
Agreed. For example, I never wear a work polo, expensive clothes or jewelry when I hobby. No college or organization apparel that would identify me or cause people who know my affiliations to notice if they saw me walking in a CT establishment, for example. A basic pair of jeans, plain tshirt or sweats are my preferred attire. Things easy to get on if you need to get out in a hurry. No rings, watches, etc. I even leave my sunglasses behind along with my wallet. I only carry what is absolutely necessary.
 

Victor Schitt

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Sorry you had a less than ideal experience. Just a bit of advice. Your review was great, but if I was you, I wouldn't include some of those details about yourself and kinda surprised you wore that specific gear when you went for a session. Maybe I am overly paranoid (but I never been caught) but I always try to dress in the most mundane/average/ordinary way possible. What you describe makes you stick out, and anything that makes you unique is bad when it's best to draw no attention to yourself in this hobby. If I was you I would leave that behind next time. Hope your next session is far better!
Let me just say it was under a low key sports hat to begin with and that my garb was more nondescript than I let on. Honestly, with me having to wait on a corner at night with groups of teens and others - any of whom, for any reason, if they wanted to talk shit, rob me, whatever - as well as me knowing this was a possibility - I did keep it low key. One detail of my review I forgot to expound upon was that I did not see Tracy coming up, because I had looked up so many times with people coming during that 20 minutes that after awhile I gave up. Then suddenly she was just there right across from me, as I was taking my actual-hat off to cool my head off.

But to all, definitely good advice - keep it simple, low-key, non-descriptive in the hobby as far as outfits are concerned... good advice/reminder in particular for newbies such as myself too.
 

rshackleford

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I think the one thing we are overlooking is, when she was nodded off, if she had been startled back awake or didn't know wth was going on that could lead to a really bad time if just bit down out of not knowing wth was going on.
 

Respect&LoveAsians

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Agreed. For example, I never wear a work polo, expensive clothes or jewelry when I hobby. No college or organization apparel that would identify me or cause people who know my affiliations to notice if they saw me walking in a CT establishment, for example. A basic pair of jeans, plain tshirt or sweats are my preferred attire. Things easy to get on if you need to get out in a hurry. No rings, watches, etc. I even leave my sunglasses behind along with my wallet. I only carry what is absolutely necessary.
Dress as in lineup is way I think of it. Fortunately never been in lineup but you gotta look as plain as can be. Old Nike shirt, jeans, exact service fee, no phone, no id, no initials even on t-shirt type stuff. Rather be careful than recognized.
 

rAMPage

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I'm going to print some tee shirts that I'll only wear when hobbying. Plain tee shirt with "Wayne1250" across the chest. Any takers?
Why are you calling out someone that has nothing to do with this fun thread? Doesn't matter. You are banned. We all know he can be an asshole. He at least keeps it on some sort of topic that is being discussed. Fuck off and that Steve account that joined the last few hours can fuck off too.
 
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