Are you a prostitute or a consultant? 5/11/2006 22:38

  • You work very odd hours.
  • You are paid a lot of money to keep your client happy.
  • You are paid well but your pimp gets most of the money.
  • You spend a majority of your time in a hotel room.
  • You charge by the hour but your time can be extended for the right price.
  • You are not proud of what you do.
  • Creating fantasies for your clients is rewarded.
  • It's difficult to have a family.
  • You have no job satisfaction.
  • If a client beats you up, the pimp just sends you to another client.
  • You are embarrassed to tell people what you do for a living.
  • People ask you, "What do you do?" and you can't explain it.
  • Your family hardly recognizes you at reunions (at least the reunions you attend.)
  • Your friends have distanced themselves from you and you're left hanging with only other "professionals."
  • Your client pays for your hotel room plus your hourly rate.
  • Your client always wants to know how much you charge and what they get for the money.
  • Your pimp drives nice cars like Mercedes or BMWs.
  • Your pimp encourages drinking and you become addicted to drugs to ease the pain.
  • You know the pimp is charging more than you are worth but if the client is foolish enough to pay it's not your problem.
  • When you leave to go see a client, you look great, but return looking like hell (compare your appearance on Monday AM to Friday PM).
  • You are rated on your "performance" in an excruciating ordeal.
  • Even though you get paid the big bucks, it's the client who walks away smiling.
  • The client always thinks your "cut" of your billing rate is higher than it actually is, and in turn, expects miracles from you.
  • When you deduct your "take" from your billing rate, you constantly wonder if you could get a better deal with another pimp.
  • Everyday you wake up and tell yourself, "I'm not going to be doing this stuff the rest of my life.".
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