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Decoder ring for a newbie?

sionpriory

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New to this site. Have used RM mostly in the past, same username there, but tired of it.
Can anyone point me to a translation list for all the abbreviations used here?
LKS?
SKS?
LSC?
etc.....
 

fun_finder

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Got it thanks.
So most of these reviews are for AAMPs, not actual store front AMPs. That's kinda disappointing, as AMP is my preference.
Genuine question: I have never been store front. What is the advantage of store front vs AAMP? Won't it feel weird to wait in the waiting room with some other dudes?
 

keye33

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Got it thanks.
So most of these reviews are for AAMPs, not actual store front AMPs. That's kinda disappointing, as AMP is my preference.
Just relocated from the Bay Area where a lot of the providers serviced through AAMPs. In the state I'm in now, there are very few AAMPs and most of the providers work thru AMPs. My point is that it may depend on the locale. Seems like 5-0 turns a blind eye to the AMPS here. FWIW, I prefer AAMPs - more discreet at an apt complex.
 

sexyloser

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Genuine question: I have never been store front. What is the advantage of store front vs AAMP? Won't it feel weird to wait in the waiting room with some other dudes?
Ya, that's not a thing at an AMP. If no girl is available, they either kick you out, tell you to come back, or situate you in an empty room.

As for AMP advantages:
1) WYSIWYG, none of the catfishing photo guessing game BS. The coutner argument is that most AMP's are milfs and gilfs. Well, the well reviewed ones all have 30's which is the average age of K-AAMPs. (If you think a K-girl is in her 20's, you're probably white, and 9 out of 10 times no she's not) Sometimes there's a 20's girl especially the viet stores.

2) No screening.

3) The convenience of walk-in as soon as you're feeling it, instead of booking it several hours in advance.

4) The option of just a handy or QV if that's all you wanted, or a massage with an HE (which is a legit preference to some) K-AAMPs are fixed at 1 hr. SH technically has HH options but SH is only half K-Org and half C-org, run by a Chinese operator.
 

abanon

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Genuine question: I have never been store front. What is the advantage of store front vs AAMP? Won't it feel weird to wait in the waiting room with some other dudes?
I'm mostly a PD user and been to an AMP a few times, haven't actually been to an AAMP. sexyloser hit it on the head with convenience -- you just walk in and usually have a girl in the room within a few minutes, and sometimes, that's just what you want without needing to plan ahead or deal with a PO.
 

wtf_bbq

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Genuine question: I have never been store front. What is the advantage of store front vs AAMP? Won't it feel weird to wait in the waiting room with some other dudes?
A store front AMP is a different experience than an AAMP, with their respective customers having different goals. I mean, the end goal is ultimately the same, sure, but how you get there and what you experience along the way is quite different. The relative riskiness associated with each means that one is easier to access than the other, so that factors into preferences as well.
 

Mrxnewtoy

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SJ Jav thanks for the link that’s actually helpful as I didn’t know ALL of the acronyms.
In regards to AMPs vs AAMPS it’s kind of like convenience vs quality. If I want a tug I can literally walk minutes from my office and be busting a nut in 20 minutes. If I want that Ribeye steak and have a little more time it’s AAMP time.
 
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