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When it comes to escorts in Sacramento: What you need to know

With so many beautiful young ladies in their 20s and 30s looking to please the men of their lives, it can be tough to choose between an old-school girl and a girl with a good body.

But that’s exactly what happened to this blonde escort from Sacramento who was asked to give a very specific presentation of the difference between a girl who is a “brave” escort and one who is just “nice.”

The blonde escort was in town to shoot a new movie with a cast of 18 escorts and a lot of other escorts for a movie called “The Escorts” at the Luxor Hotel.

But the escort, who was in her 20s at the time, wasn’t exactly eager to go into that type of role.

It was so hot, she said, that she was so embarrassed that she couldn’t even give a good presentation of herself.

Instead, she wanted to give an impression of the girl she would be meeting, so she decided to wear a short skirt and a high-waisted blouse, the Sacramento Bee reported.

She even brought along her “nice” friend who she thought would be able to help her out with the presentation.

She then took off her skirt and shirt and stepped into the hotel lobby to meet with the director of the film.

After some brief conversation, she told the director she was looking for a “sissy.”

She explained to him that she had a boyfriend and was ready to be “a nice girl” for him.

That is when the director asked her what she wanted from him.

The blonde escorts “totally flipped out,” she said.

She said she was in love with the guy and would do anything to please him.

She ended up getting an offer from the director to play a more “masculine” girl.

After the meeting, she ended up being offered $1,000 a day to be his escort.

She said she didn’t want to take the money and said she would do it if she had to.

But the director wouldn’t budge.

He told her she had the right to make the decision.

She ended up having sex with him, and he got her $1.5 million for her.

The movie went on to gross $15 million in its first five days.