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Pax Demon Child

So I got a ping for Demon Child. Almost didn't accept. It was only a few minutes away so I thought at least I would go and check out the pax. If it did look like a demon, whatever that is, I would cancel. Turns out she was a nice sweet girl, at least in my short experience.

What's interesting is the GPS audio did not say "Demon Child". Instead it used what I assume is her real first name.
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FLKeys

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I picked up several females one week that were here for a college swim meet. Most of the used their first initial only on the app. After the third pick up I asked why L for the name and she said it was to keep some of the creeper drivers (her words) from knowing her first name in the Boston area. Said it was a common practice at the college.
 

cumonohito

Well-Known Member
After the third pick up I asked why L for the name and she said it was to keep some of the creeper drivers (her words) from knowing her first name in the Boston area. Said it was a common practice at the college.
I respect how people want to keep their privacy, give them some safety in their life, what I don't get is their use of a platform where I potentially will know their home/work address.
 

TheDevilisaParttimer

Well-Known Member
I respect how people want to keep their privacy, give them some safety in their life, what I don't get is their use of a platform where I potentially will know their home/work address.
The name really doesn’t matter. Jenny is usually a 200 pound male named Tony whose wife ordered him an Uber.
 
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