We’ve all been there, and we’ve all experienced the worst of it. Whilst they say regrets and mistakes are memories made (well, Adele does, and we believe her), it can be debilitating, at the time. It doesn’t matter if you look back in a year and think ‘it really does not matter’. The fact that it probably won’t have any lasting effect on your life, it can still consume your thoughts. We’re not necessarily talking about one thing (rude minds, you lot!), but plenty of things that have a ‘morning after’. The most obvious is probably a night of heavy drinking, as you blearily open one eye and very cautiously grab your phone. Your heart racing, your palms getting clammy, your mouth drier than the Sahara (though that could have something to do with the copious amounts of alcohol you consumed, last night), you wearily open your outbox / sent items. This is always scarier than anything you’ve ever done. Though perhaps grabbing your jacket and finding your pocket shoved full of receipts is not good for your blood pressure.
What is is that makes us wake up after a banging night, yes you might have accidentally got into a small fight with a bloke who thought it would be funny to make fun of your outfit, but in hindsight he was obviously asking for it. As for the alcohol, yes you might be damaging your health in the long run, but you absolutely enjoyed yourself. In the office we have a mantra; ‘If you wanted to do it at the time, you have nothing to regret’. There are obvious exceptions to this rule, but for the majority of the time you just need to have more faith in yourself and have fun. It’s always better to look back and think ‘I should have done that’, rather than ‘I shouldn’t have done that’. Again, there are obvious exceptions but we choose not to concentrate on those. For now, just have fun and live a little. Think about ‘the morning after’, tomorrow.
Just ask any of the gentleman who employ the services that we have for offer, here at Chic. Indulging in the time of a companion is probably one of the hardest things to do. Not only because it takes so much courage, but because it’s quite a taboo industry that the less open-minded have yet to catch up with (we do wish they’d hurry up), and you might not be able to talk as openly with your friends about it as you’d like. If this is the case, then the London Escorts are wasted on them. Allow yourself to indulge freely, in the knowledge that you will appreciate them for all that they have to offer. Ignore the rest, they’re useless.