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Review: Orient Spa-Lily

scubatoo

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Title: Review: Orient Spa-Lily
Date: Apr 17, 2019
Phone: 732-244-2435
City: Toms River
State: NJ
Location: Right side of Carlton Pool building. Midpoint entrance ground level, climb to second floor ring bell.
Age Estimate: 35-40
Nationality: Chinese
Physical Description: Slender, very sexy, pleasant demeanor

Recommendation: Yes
 

J n J

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Ellocohombre.. IMO the only reason for sites like this to exist is so we can get an idea of what's available and what's new. It's not up to us mongers to police the content of our reviews. If the managers of the AMPs don't want their places reviewed they need to say so or if the manager of this site thinks a review is inappropriate he should delete it. I want to know what's on the menu and how much it will cost to play.
 

scubatoo

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Personally, I do not take a Q & A sheet with me when I visit a spa. What goes on in the room is largely a factor of how well you put the girl at ease and the type of chemistry you develop. I know HFs are generally $60, with an occasional $50 or $70. The menu prices have been consistent for over 10 years, although the K-girls are trying to up it a bit in the tri-state. As to @J n J comment, that used to be the case. But now, I even have to think twice about being careful what I write. So in today's world, there is nothing wrong with others suggesting toned down disclosures that are easily viewed by the general public. A spa posting on the wall "Please no internet reviews" is about as worthless as "No sexual activity permitted". Unless you are a complete newbie, anyone who has several visits under his belt will realize all of this. There is plenty of info in these reviews to consider when selecting a visit, without the need to include what is otherwise reasonably expected fee ranges. Whether the visit is a 3-star or 5-star is largely dependent on how well you handle yourself once you enter the spa.
 
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