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Raise a glass to the girls of Royal Society Models

Let us celebrate the lovely, willing ladies of this Amsterdam sex club.

4 July 2003

It is not the loveliness (undeniable) or the willingness (arguable) of the Royal Society Models which brings their pert nethers to our attention; rather it is the
extraordinary descriptions of the ladies to be found on the website of the Dutch fuck-den:


To save you the task of trawling the website of an Amsterdam escort agency, here - in alphabetical order - are our favourite descriptions:


An Arabic beauty, tall and classy. She'll tell you all about 1001 nights, if you let her.


To ask for a date with Anna is a very sensible thing to do.


Sometimes words can't be found or better said there are just not enough to explain to you how wonderful someone can be.


Ask for her and meet the joy of your fantasies.


Definitely not strange at all...


Defenately not shy, great company! Are you in for a party? Call for Maura, you'll be in for a hack of a time!


Suprice, she kisses! Which is rare.


She looks young and inexperienced, but don't overlook yourself on that. She will seduce you and leave you all confused and overwhelmed behind.


Definatly not strange at all...


An Arabic beauty, tall and classy. She'll tell you all about 1001 nights, if you let her.


It is not that I don't respect your opinion, it is just that in this situation your opinion is not asked for. Respect is something I live for but then again in this situation you will have to respect me, and only me for all the pleasure I will give you with my knowledge.


Valerie...... Say her name once and you'll say it again. This girl cannot stop! We think she likes it far too much.

Please, join us in raising a glass to the girls of Royal Society Models. Anouk, Maura, Sylvia, Mella - all of you - the next time you're sucking off an Egyptian businessman in a Dutch hotel room, think of us thinking of you. And remember: you are definatly not strange at all.

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