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Elite High Profile Companion Courtesan London – Toronto – International

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High Class Isn’t High Class Anymore

…and hasn’t been for a long time. Where has high class gone? Why? How does a man looking for a courtesan tell who really is of high class? After all, everyone seems to claim to be…

Sliding standards

Like everything in general, high class in the field of companionship has gone downhill over the years too.  Firstly, the times when “high class courtesans” earned 10,000 a night are long gone thanks to the oversaturated market. And now even politicians and high profilers are not paying anywhere near that as they’re scared of being kissed and told by these women, plus realize that they can get their jollies for far less. And also due to the every rising cost of living. Secondly, a bad habit of the western culture is to pull out the superlatives too early to make things look bigger and better than they are and create commercial hype.  This phenomenon applies to absolutely everything in the western society. Thus it also reflects itself – unfavourably – on the scene of high class companionship.

High class superlatives

Too many women, sadly most of them not of high class, have pulled out the superlatives too early and unjustly.  A handful started describing themselves as upscale, exclusive, elite, high class, high end, premier, executive, and whatever else you have seen on search engines and in their advertising materials years ago, and the rest followed.

Now these terms are everywhere you look. Just type a search phrase for a courtesan in your city into Google. You’ll be overfed these terms on the first page of the search results alone.  Since less is more, more is also less.  Every woman simply cannot be of high class, elite, upscale, or those terms would lose their meaning.  But since almost every woman now uses these terms to advertise herself, these terms have already lost their meaning! And our society has run out of words for obfuscating these terms! And so all we can do is pile them high on and on.

Words alone don’t make high class.

But piling superlatives high doesn’t make any woman elite, high class, premier, executive, nor any other of those statuses.  It’s all in who she is, what she knows, what and how she does, where she goes. And none of those women will ever tell that to anyone anyway, because high class likes discretion and breach of discretion would result in a fall out of the high class at cosmic speed. So all that these terms are is commercial hype.

Of course all these women are fighting for the same type of client – the banker, lawyer, medical professional, entrepreneur, educational professional, politician, or corporate boss. But these women forget that this type of client doesn’t pay attention to their elite, upscale, high end terms anymore, because he has seen so many of them that he stopped paying attention to them long ago.

If you’re looking for a courtesan for yourself,

the best thing I – as a men’s coach – can advise is that you let your intuition guide you. It’s not the superlatives which will make a woman be of high class.  It’s the tacit presentation of herself overall that will whisper to your intuition whether a woman is of high class or not. Her overall image will tell you whether she suits the executive. Her way of expressing herself will reveal how upscale she is. And the words that aren’t written will tell you the most about her.

Good luck with your search.  And if you need guidance, let me know.

 



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