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Bravo1818

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Tale of 2 cities
« on: March 30, 2020, 10:24:01 AM »
Not really a trip report but... what the hell.

Santo Domingo

  My boy is retired and has been living in Santo Domingo for about 6 years now.  He said that since the curfew has only been in effect for a little over a week, the girls haven't experienced any "Missed Meal Cramps" yet.   He says his phone is blowing up from girls who either want a loan or want to come over in the daytime for an hour or two and then go back home.  He told me he is only averaging about 25% of getting a girl to his home from 5PM until the next morning for 3K.  Its not the top shelf  girls who will stay for 14 hours, just the average looking ones that he isn't too excited about anyway.  He figures it will take another 2 -3 weeks before the girls start getting desperate and then they will really be scrounging for pesos and he will be able to take advantage of the virus pricing!!


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My boy that lives in POP says his phone wont stop ringing and he is getting girls to come over in the daytime for 1K.  I asked him about the all night prices but he said he isn't really comfortable having any new chicks in his home for that many hours.  He said "This is my home, I live here, its not a villa.  I cant watch every move a girl makes for 15 hours straight!"  He told me he is averaging about 2 hits a day but the added benefit of the virus is that he is getting more bang for his buck.  EX:  Now he tells the girls that he wants to video the sex and have them dance naked for him.  If they balk at the request he tells them that he will just call over another girl to do it and they usually give in.

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Re: Tale of 2 cities
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2020, 10:58:30 AM »
Not really a trip report but... what the hell.

Santo Domingo

  My boy is retired and has been living in Santo Domingo for about 6 years now.  He said that since the curfew has only been in effect for a little over a week, the girls haven't experienced any "Missed Meal Cramps" yet.   He says his phone is blowing up from girls who either want a loan or want to come over in the daytime for an hour or two and then go back home.  He told me he is only averaging about 25% of getting a girl to his home from 5PM until the next morning for 3K.  Its not the top shelf  girls who will stay for 14 hours, just the average looking ones that he isn't too excited about anyway.  He figures it will take another 2 -3 weeks before the girls start getting desperate and then they will really be scrounging for pesos and he will be able to take advantage of the virus pricing!!


Sosua

My boy that lives in POP says his phone wont stop ringing and he is getting girls to come over in the daytime for 1K.  I asked him about the all night prices but he said he isn't really comfortable having any new chicks in his home for that many hours.  He said "This is my home, I live here, its not a villa.  I cant watch every move a girl makes for 15 hours straight!"  He told me he is averaging about 2 hits a day but the added benefit of the virus is that he is getting more bang for his buck.  EX:  Now he tells the girls that he wants to video the sex and have them dance naked for him.  If they balk at the request he tells them that he will just call over another girl to do it and they usually give in.

Did either of your buddies tell you how long the western union lines are in both locations? I have heard they are out the door around the corner. Lot's of WU money keeping the cash flowing. Obviously not at the levels with everyone on the ground but certainly enough to live on.

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Re: Tale of 2 cities
« Reply #2 on: March 30, 2020, 12:37:11 PM »
This is what I am hearing.  Things are starting to get tight.  Meaning desperation is starting to kick in as people do not have money.  My friend who is a politician, said the president was very smart to implement the curfew early because if not the streets have become more dangerous and shortly things will get worse...

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Re: Tale of 2 cities
« Reply #3 on: March 30, 2020, 01:47:37 PM »
This is what I am hearing.  Things are starting to get tight.  Meaning desperation is starting to kick in as people do not have money.  My friend who is a politician, said the president was very smart to implement the curfew early because if not the streets have become more dangerous and shortly things will get worse...

I'm booked for early June. I am more concerned about civil unrest than I am about getting sick. And no, I won't be picking up street walkers.

Bravo1818

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Re: Tale of 2 cities
« Reply #4 on: March 30, 2020, 04:49:55 PM »
He didn't really say too much about WU  He only mentioned that he thinks less guys are sending money because they wont be able to go to the island for a long time so they cant "recoup" on their investment.  Also, millions of people will be out of work in America, so they wont have money to send to the DR.

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Re: Tale of 2 cities
« Reply #5 on: March 30, 2020, 05:13:13 PM »
He didn't really say too much about WU  He only mentioned that he thinks less guys are sending money because they wont be able to go to the island for a long time so they cant "recoup" on their investment.  Also, millions of people will be out of work in America, so they wont have money to send to the DR.

I was thinking that WU should flow through as usual for the first month or so because some guys, like a few cats here, believe they’ll be back in a couple of months. Once they realize that it’sreal murky as to when they can return the transfers will slow to a stop.

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Re: Tale of 2 cities
« Reply #6 on: March 30, 2020, 05:49:54 PM »
He didn't really say too much about WU  He only mentioned that he thinks less guys are sending money because they wont be able to go to the island for a long time so they cant "recoup" on their investment.  Also, millions of people will be out of work in America, so they wont have money to send to the DR.

I was thinking that WU should flow through as usual for the first month or so because some guys, like a few cats here, believe they’ll be back in a couple of months. Once they realize that it’sreal murky as to when they can return the transfers will slow to a stop.

I doubt the flow will dry up.

Keep in mind that outside of the real monger crowd you have far more guy's that visit the DR once or twice a year looking for true love. Most of these dues are middle age in the middle to upper income brackets and for various reasons they just don't have a female partner in their life at home and they  are lonely. Many of these guy's only go to the island once or twice a year and they have no trouble keeping their "Honey" flush with cash while she is "At home waiting for his return", at least so he believes.

I have said this many times before but I known a ton of girls that are in these relationships and I am sure it's a common situation all over the island.

 


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