But most people hate some of their clients.
yet I doubt anyone would seek the services of any prostitute because of the stimulating conversation. that's not the point.
I expect HMRC will be in touch with her before too long for the outstanding tax on all those 'cash in hand' earnings she's now admitted to.
What has thoroughly convinced me of the fakery is that just about every single blog I have ever seen which was written by someone in a service industry, whether a waiter, bouncer, comic-book store clerk, whatever - has had a strong component of hating moronic customers. In retrospect, "Belle de Jour" reeks of someone making it up.--Seth Finkelstein.
After all, her very name is taken from a famous fictional-prostitute novel (written by a man) and film. That ought to be a red flag as to what we might be dealing with, as in a fictional-prostitute blog.
I think the "least hypothesis" here (at least for those who don't have some sort of ideological axe to grind) is that she wrote the blog based on her own experiences.
Wjy? Why isn't the "least hypothesis" that's it's a work of fiction?
The thing that surprises me most here is that her PhD was in science and not literature.
And then early last weekend I received an email signed by Brooke that confirmed that she was outing herself in the Sunday Times because the Daily Mail had discovered her identity via an ex-boyfriend.
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