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Jrme
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« on: November 13, 2011, 03:15:02 AM »

I did a search on the forum but... Nothing about pseudos???

* Ladies (first), any opinion on the subject?
* Do you, male companion, use a pseudo? What is your main reason?
* How did you choose your pseudo?

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FG
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« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2011, 11:06:10 AM »

I presume with pseudo you mean a sobriquet  ;)?

I think you need a name, i.e. something different than "French Gentleman". How else to be addressed properly? Without a name, it is also difficult to be perceived as a real person. As it sounds better suited for an agency than for a companion...

And it would be hard to use my own name. For me it is important to keep the two worlds we are wondering in a bit apart. Anyway, even in the "real" world, many lovers use "pet names". So a proper name for the proper occasion! And at least this one you can select yourself!

For me, in selecting my sobriquet, there were different reasons why I selected it. It's partly an affinity with the name because of personal reasons, as well as I felt it fitted well how I wanted to profile myself.

Further, I followed a recommendation I once read from a vip female companion. Making an argument for having a double name, instead of a single one.

If you need inspiration, I found next website that select a nickname for you.
http://www.links2love.com/nicknames.htm
So, I entered "French Gentleman". Guess what was your recommended nickname?
"Kissable Kissy-Buttski"  /ROTFL

Julien

 
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« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2011, 01:45:28 PM »


"Kissable Kissy-Buttski" 
 

 /clap2  Thanks for you answer Julien.

I add a question: how does it feel to be called by a name which is not yours  ??? Do you do "mistakes" sometimes with your sobriquet?

Of course I won't advertise myself with French Gentleman on my website, don't worry. ;) I need some inspiration to find a good name.

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« Reply #3 on: November 13, 2011, 02:43:00 PM »

When choosing a companion name, I do think you need to consider several things. 

One is how easily it will be to be introduced to strangers.  Just think about all the silly stripper/porn names out there....  Who would want to introduce Miss Diamond Dazzle, Mr. Mike Hunt or the like?  Whatever you choose needs to sound like a real name, not a car, gemstone or porn actor. 

Also, be sure it's relatively easy to pronounce.  If you intend your patrons to be international, choose something fairly simple.  Not everyone can roll their letters or know when certain ones are meant to be silent.

Consider what the initials spell, or what random things might come to mind when seeing the name for the first time.  There's a stage name I've seen that always makes me thing of a large sized feminine hygiene product.  Not a great mental association to have for a companion....
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« Reply #4 on: November 14, 2011, 05:55:55 AM »


I add a question: how does it feel to be called by a name which is not yours  ??? Do you do "mistakes" sometimes with your sobriquet?

Of course I won't advertise myself with French Gentleman on my website, don't worry. ;) I need some inspiration to find a good name.

FG

Therefore you should select a name you are comfortable with, and with which you can identify yourself in this Demi-monde. As I wrote, you should look at it as using a pet name. In the beginning it is indeed a bit strange and you need to be careful especially in signing your emails properly, but after a while it becomes a second automata.
I know some people on purpose use a nickname that starts with the same first letter as their proper name. But for me I would think that may cause only more confusion.

As for advertising, my point is that you are already missing here an important opportunity. As this forum may well be one of your best billboards...

Julien

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