The ho-hum life of a nurse and massage therapist in New Hampshire.
shoulda stayed home?
Yeah. He wasn't so bad, but I had a client almost no-show, since she was "ill", but when reminded that she'd be charged for the service, since we have a four-hour cancellation policy, she showed up late, instead.Pasty, green-tinged skin. Rancid alcohol fumes oozing from her pores. Unwashed, uncombed hair.Not the most fun massage I've ever given.Since she was late, it was just a half-hour, so it wasn't as awful as it could have been...at least she didn't puke!
Yeah, that's about what you'd hear from me. Well after the whole "happy ending" discussion thing! LOL
After a "happy ending" discussion, you'd get the old heave-ho!Hey, I wanna keep my license, ya know!
I had no idea it was a no noto go for a massage hung over.Is it still bad even if the client showers up?Cuz I gotta tell you, if I'm in Vegas most mornings when getting a massage I'd be hung over.
It's likely to make you feel worse, Joey.We've had clients pass out or puke before.Everybody is different, of course, but as a rule of thumb, I'd suggest if you are hungover and feel miserable, a massage will likely make you feel even worse, unless it's a scalp and neck massage, etc. DEFINITELY no deep tissue massage!
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