I, Inept Whore

by E. Cleveland

First of all, the Mid-Wilshire Ramada was pricey - a whopping $159 for a pretty cramped room which lacked the charm and amenities of a Holiday Inn Torrance executive suite (an upgrade from the $109 standard room which included complimentary bathrobe, green tea and Judith Jackson toiletries if you complained about something, anything, at check-in). Add to this the newspaper ads, the dress and shoes, cell phone service, champagne, flowers and organic snacks and Renee was already about $400 in the hole. Her rate was priced to move at a modest 150 "roses" per one hour session leaving a $250 deficit which should probably have been invested in an index fund. This quickly became a $400 deficit when her client turned out to be a poor conversationalist who was only interested in sex with her. Men! Even if she was remotely interested in him, which she most certainly was not, she would never do something like that on a first date.

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E. Cleveland writes as a means to avoid committing crimes. He lives in Los Angeles for his sins.