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31. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 9y

[ Edit: Edited on May 16, 2007, at 4:15 AM by wouterrr ]

32. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Quoting wouterrr

Quoting Mel.

But Gerrykhong, I think u will find both fat and thin prostitutes, in the Netherlands, willing to sell u their services, so if UK is short of slim hookers, then no problem, because u will find plenty of them in the Red Light District in Amsterdam. ;)

mel. why that wink at the end?

Some people get judgmental about subjects like drugs and sex for sale, so I thought a winky would be a good precaution, to show that I am not speaking from that point of view. But I suppose u are asking this, because winking, while taking about sex can also mean something else, which I did not take into consideration when I was putting the winky there. And probably the text u deleted, from the post before this one was an explanation about what the winky could mean, when done, while talking about sex???? I suppose a smiley would not be appropriate, at the end of this post either????

[ Edit: Edited on May 16, 2007, at 5:44 AM by Mel. ]

33. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 9y

Quoting Mel.

I suppose a smiley would not be appropriate, at the end of this post either????

take it light, not heavy. relaxe, don't worry. sarcasm not serious;)

34. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

I wasnt worrying, or the other stuff on your list of not to feels.;)

35. Posted by summer910 (Respected Member 1342 posts) 9y

Quoting wouterrr

just out of interest. in what way was it an eye-opener? if I may ask?

Well, I wasn't used to seeing prostitutes on display in the glass windows, so yeah, it took a while for the set-up to sink in.

36. Posted by JBIG (First Time Poster 1 posts) 9y

There is a new DVD about amsterdam


good for first timers and people who like to think back on their adventures

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37. Posted by jaxstar84 (Respected Member 415 posts) 9y

i think, while its not for me, if you wanna be a prostitute, amsterdam is the place to do it. its regulated, its much safer than picking up a chick on the street, and they actually make alot of money. money isnt everything i know, but some of these chicks are paying off student loans n stuff like that... do what u gotta do eh? some of em just like sex. might as well get paid for it!

i think that there is so much more to a'dam than the RLD.... and the coffeeshops, and ive met many a dumbarse tourist whos spent the whole time there completely stoned ogiling women in the windows. a total waste, but then again someone like that isnt really that smart anyway and wouldnt appreciate the other things amsterdam has to offer.

i say, go n have a look, go to abar, see a sex show n have a laugh but make sure its not the only thing you do...........

38. Posted by SeeTheSky (Respected Member 558 posts) 9y

Coming from new york, which is pretty liberal as far as america goes, i was definitely in awe of the RLD and amsterdam in general. I gotta say though, its a beautiful city, as far as archetecture and the general scenescape. it had a pretty cool vibe. When i was in RLD though i mostly just walked around just peoplewatching, and ignoring the glass door girls slamming on the glass and pointing at me. i was terrified lol. but y'know, it was very cool to see a place and a culture so different that mine own. i loved the experience, though most of the time i was just keeping my head on a swivel. the first night with no place to stay i slept on some bench somewhere, and it was no big deal, except it was uncomfortable as hell. the whole city wakes up and goes to sleep so late, I was like "they run on my time!!" hahaha

as far as the morality goes... i have varying opinions but i just don't see it any purpose to express them. They do what they do, i do what i do, and life is lived. i would definitely say go, just for the experience, and the beauty in the cultural diversity and experience. I loved every minute of it.


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