Finally! A post about my job.
I have a guy who has a fantasy about something that happened to him, and he wants a re-enactment.
Specifically: I needed to wear a one-piece swimming suit and a swim mask for my hair…
…and then pants him (take down his swim shorts) in front of all the other girls.
He says this happened to him at a pool/birthday party when he was an adolescent. I think he’s telling the truth. He could be making it up, which is also okay, but I don’t think that is the case. In my considerable experience, men have experiences in their childhood and youth and become fixated on them. Like myself, they become imprinted.
The girl who pants him was, so he said, an older girl next door who was sometimes a babysitter, and he had a huge crush on her.
Where the hell am I going to get a swimsuit this time of year? I wondered.
There was no way I was going to spend $120 to meet this guy’s swimsuit fantasy.
I found one at Marshalls in Union Square for $19.99. I had to go to a sports shop for the swim cap.
I’m putting it on in the hotel room and I feel like the biggest dork in the world. But, what can you do? I’ve dressed like Batgirl and a nurse and schoolgirl a million times. Part of the job.
He came in and immediately started trembling. Middle-aged white guy, totally passive, seemed normal. No alarm bells went off.
He went to the bathroom to change into swim shorts. Gotta hand it to him: he folded all his clothes and piled them up. When they just strip and drop them on the floor, I throw a fit and correct them: “Pick them up and fold them! What am I, your mother?!”
When he came out, I draped my arms around him and asked, “Are you enjoying yourself?”
I pulled his swim pants down and started cackling. The laughter was not fake. Far be it from me to judge a fantasy–God knows I’ve had many darker ones that this–but the situation was pretty weird. I’m wearing a swim cap in a Hilton hotel room.
He flushed bright red and immediately came on the carpet. He voluntarily cleaned that up with a washcloth. The man was polite.
Overall, it was a great session.