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Title: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: Guest008 on March 28, 2011, 04:34:16 AM
Coucou Peeps,
 
I wondering what conversation skills women look for in their companion? Does a well versed escort make for an easier date with you? I know it may be hard to quantify, but up to what point does a guy need to know in worldly knowledge?
 
What topics do you think are appropriate for dinner table and are there any subjects you just don't find interesting? What topics do you enjoy talking about and what do you consider off-topic?

Cole
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: winddancer on March 28, 2011, 04:53:51 AM
Good Morning Cole -

Great question.  :)    Although I haven't had the pleasure of a male companion's company yet, I'll still weigh in with my answer.

I tend to like men who know their way around a dictionary...well-schooled and well read.  I also like proper grammar both spoken and written.

No Go Topics: Sports and Politics.   Everything else is fair game with me.

winddancer
xoxo
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: Guest008 on March 28, 2011, 05:17:38 AM
Coucou Winddancer,

I never meant to preclude women who haven't seen any companions from answering and I was going to amend my original post, but this darn 'edit post button' is still playing hide and seek with me.

Cole
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: winddancer on March 28, 2011, 07:48:46 AM

No worries, Cole.  Notice how it didn't stop me from posting?  /ROTFL
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: xoxo on March 28, 2011, 08:50:34 AM
I like a Companion to be intelligent but not laboriously so.  I like him to be able to discuss a range of topics, whatever suits our mood.  Itís important to be up to date on the latest events of the world but in my company this could range from the latest tragedy to what the latest designers of Chloť have thrown together (BTW, I don't expect any guy to be up with that but to at least feign interest as I deliver a detailed description) or a very common one for me is food. 

Once I am familiar and comfortable with a Companion, a must have on the list is what we are going to do next in the bedroom and I am certainly ok with discussing this at the dinner table should he wish.

I have some personal topics which are a no-go zone but my preferred Companion knows what they are & is extremely respectful of this.  Otherwise I am happy to discuss pretty much anything.

Whatever his conversation skill are, an absolute must is the ability to be childishly silly & funny with me  /joker

Bel x
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: xxx on March 28, 2011, 02:10:21 PM
@Bel - *phew* hot avatar!!

@Cole

I wondering what conversation skills women look for in their companion?

Just an ability to talk about most things.  No need to be an expert on any one thing in-particular.  

Does a well versed escort make for an easier date with you?

Depends on the date.  If I'm booking somebody for two or three hours, no, definitely not.  The last thing I want the guy to do is start talking to me.  I want him to throw me on the bed and **** me senseless.  Nothing worse than a date that won't shut up.

I know it may be hard to quantify, but up to what point does a guy need to know in worldly knowledge?

General stuff is fine.  He needs to know exactly where a few countries are located on the world map (and yes, there is a difference between Sweden and Switzerland!) and have a high-level understanding of current events.  For example, I'd be more than a little worried if I saw a companion who didn't know anything about the recent Japanese disaster.
 
What topics do you think are appropriate for dinner table and are there any subjects you just don't find interesting?

Anything other than sport.  I loathe sport with a passion and the easiest way to turn me off is to start a subject on anything to do with it.  And yes, I do mean anything that has the slightest sporting connotation.

What topics do you enjoy talking about and what do you consider off-topic?

On a short date, I wouldn't expect to be asked anything particularly personal.  On an extended time date, there really is nothing off-topic.  I'm happy for a companion to ask me about anything.

I'm not into celebrity gossip or fashion, so you won't find me holding court on either of those topics.  Generally, I find celebrities particularly boring, so perhaps that's another topic to add to the 'do not talk about' list.  I really, really like to laugh!!  If a guy can make me laugh, he's 90% of the way there with me.  Witty, clever humour, although on occasion, I don't mind the caustic joking that some of my gay male friends enjoy.   Of course, the thing I like to talk about most, is what we are going to enjoy doing to each other when we get back to our hotel room and shut the door.  Nothing like a little over-the-table verbal foreplay to set the tone for the pleasures that are to come once dinner has concluded  :D


Christina  :)
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: Guest008 on March 28, 2011, 11:04:30 PM
Thanks for your replies! I guess discussing the 8 wives of King Henry VVIII will bore you to tears.

I'm intrigued to whether any women would ever correct a companion should he be clearly wrong in a assertion which you know to be false. Would you:

A: Correct him
B: Argue your position
C: Feign indifference

Cole
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: xxx on March 28, 2011, 11:25:33 PM
A. Correct him.

I hope he would do the same to me if the tables were turned.

Christina :)
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: Madison on March 28, 2011, 11:35:26 PM
This question is making me laugh at myself, because I tend to argue positions that I am not right about.  :)
I will start to discuss something and think I am right, but soon realize I am wrong. But, I still seem to argue my point. Until I finally concede my position.  /LOL

The gentleman I have seen know this about me and we tend to have fun with it. :)

I guess my answer is A and B :)

Annette :)
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: xoxo on March 28, 2011, 11:46:40 PM
A. Correct him, but gently.  For example I may suggest he meant to say King Henry VIII not King Henry VVIII.

If he still insisted, I would perhaps not argue my point, but I would certainly go out of my way to prove it.

I can be a little stubborn sometimes.

Bel x
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: xoxo on March 28, 2011, 11:53:59 PM
I also might just gently show him a link to a site that explains the King Henry VIII had 6 wives not 8.

http://tudorhistory.org/wives/

But then I'd give him a big smooch so his ego was not too bruised  /cheekkiss

Bel x


Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: Guest008 on March 29, 2011, 12:02:01 AM
Are you trying to CONTRADICT me Bel???? If you check your history books you shall see that between Anne and the 2 Kathys were Lil'Kim and Vera.

And he deserves and extra 'V' just for his pure awesomenage of having 8 wives.

Cole
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: xoxo on March 29, 2011, 12:09:30 AM
Not 'trying to contradict' Cole.  I'll argue till I'm blue in the face and you know it!

Yes, he is quite awesome for having had 6 wives.

Let's just draw a line under this one as we both know I am right.   /cheerleader

BTW you're certainly making up for lost time with all these avatar changes. 

Bel x
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: Madison on March 29, 2011, 11:56:56 AM
8 wives of King Henry VVIII
Cole


@ Bel, good for you for catching that. I read it so fast and thought at the time that's not right.
Only 6 wives for Henry VIII   :)

Annette
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: winddancer on March 30, 2011, 06:13:28 AM

I'm loving all the hot new avatars!  I go away for a couple of days and come back to nice surprises!  It makes me want to go change my avatar too but I just got here.  So I'll save my other pics for another month or so.  ;)

Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: alexslogan on March 30, 2011, 01:08:58 PM
Quote from: winddancer
So I'll save my other pics for another month or so.
We look forward to them!
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: Kat O'9Tales on February 08, 2012, 07:03:26 PM

You had me at: 
 

The last thing I want the guy to do is start talking to me.


  "**** me senseless", was priceless. 
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: MyJonJon on February 08, 2012, 11:16:44 PM

 Hey ladies,

      Does the conversation you like to have with your companion depend on the connection you are feeling?


Jonathan
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: lucifer on February 09, 2012, 12:09:04 AM
Not 'trying to contradict' Cole.  I'll argue till I'm blue in the face and you know it!

Yes, he is quite awesome for having had 6 wives.

Let's just draw a line under this one as we both know I am right.   /cheerleader

BTW you're certainly making up for lost time with all these avatar changes. 

Bel x

And I thought it was just a Rick Wakeman album.

So if a guy get married 7 times does that make him

a) a bigamist
b) poly-bigamist
c) poly-amourous
d) about to become a 7 times loser
e) unable to learn from his mistakes
f) regret that he is not a king and demand head from a queen; attached/ detached are the options. Such spontaneity in a girls life is sure to make her head spin (is this why you respect good King H. Bel?).  Let's face  it - the off with her head bit does give King H. a winning hand... In the neo-divorce stakes who is going to risk going into trillions of debt in alimony unless this option is available? Although I understand palimony is now a consideration as men become second class divorced citizens... Not sure if any of this makes any of that either good or better.

C'est la vie n'est pa?
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: Kat O'9Tales on February 09, 2012, 07:13:51 AM
G) a legend in his own mind
H) The human, male version of the black widow
I) all of the above
Title: Re: The Art of The Conversation
Post by: Tasha on February 14, 2012, 03:35:23 AM
The answer is (I) all of the above.

And to take a stab at Cole's original question. (Keeping in mind that I haven't been on a date with a companion yet, but I have been conversing with several gentleman online.)

I adore a man who is articulate - especially in writing. A good sense of humour always winds huge points with me. And I don't mind being asked about controversial subjects providing it is done with a light touch.

When I eventually do book a date, I expect to be with the gentleman for at least 24 hrs - probably longer - so yes, it would help if he is a good conversationalist. On the other hand, I am very comfortable with silence, so I'd be happy to not talk as well - providing the companion could deal with that without it feeling awkward.

The only taboo topics for me would be: sport; reality TV; my eating habits. (I'm a vegetarian and don't expect to have to defend it to my dinner guest).

Books - fiction or non-fiction - would be a pleasant topic of discussion for me.  (If I'm not familiar with the book, he could tell me about it.) 

I enjoy learning about new things, so I'd be happy to listen to him talk about almost anything within reason. (Especially if he has a sexy accent. That would be non-Aussie!)  As long as he changed the subject if my eyes glazed over...