Super Gigolo

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A gigolo is a male escort or social companion who is supported by a woman in a continuing relationship, often living in her residence or having to be present at her beck and call. The gigolo is expected to provide companionship, to serve as a consistent escort with good manners and social skills. Ashton was a gigolo. He lived in Los Angeles, drifting from one relationship to another without a steady job or even a place to live.

Submitted: August 17, 2017

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A gigolo is a male escort or social companion who is supported by a woman in a continuing relationship, often living in her residence or having to be present at her beck and call. The gigolo is expected to provide companionship, to serve as a consistent escort with good manners and social skills. A gigolo is a man who adopts a lifestyle consisting of a number of such relationships serially, rather than having other means of support.

Ashton was a gigolo. He lived in Los Angeles, drifting from one relationship to another without a steady job or even a place to live. He preyed on women who could provide for him. After meeting Anne at a club he moved in with her, using his looks and sexual prowess to keep her happy. Before long, however, Ashton started cheating on Anne with a number of girls. Anne caught him having sex with another woman at home. They came to an uneasy arrangement where she would ignore his infidelity.

While Anne was out of town, Ashton met a waitress named Margarita and fell in love with her. But when he discovered she had a boyfriend he threw her out in anger. However, he couldn't stop thinking about her, and his obsession frustrated Anne to the point that she got fed up and threw him out, quickly taking him back. Ashton, however, left on his own accord, still enchanted by Margarita.

One day, he ran into Margarita at a swanky hotel, and she admitted that she was only interested in him for his house, believing him to be rich. It transpired that she was the same as him, scamming rich men for money in the same way he did with women. Ashton returned to Los Angeles heartbroken, getting an honest job delivering groceries and living with Harry, a friend. He ended up feeding mice to Harry's African Bullfrog instead of chasing rich women. Falling in love with a woman who behaved like him (Margarita) disgusted him about his own behavior.

On "Valentine's Day" he became "The Man Who Saved the World" by preventing "The Butterfly Effect", by stealing the "Personal Effects" of "Killers" about to commit a crime. That gave enough time for the "Texas Rangers" to arrest them. Being a hero made him feel better than being a gigolo.

Tired of being a gigolo he tried another kind of relationship. He had "No Strings Attached" with Natalie, a girl he had sex with by accident. Ashton agreed to her proposal for a casual relationship (as she puts it, using each other for the dirty and nothing else). He warned Natalie about falling in love with him, but she dismissed the idea and set ground rules to keep what they were doing from becoming too serious. But it became serious and they fell in love with each other. At last, Ashton and Natalie were shown peacefully sleeping together. A much better ending than the African Bullfrog's mice feeding.

These are the kind of things Ashton said when he was a gigolo:

"Always roll up the sleeves on your shirt. It gives the impression that you're working, even if you're not."

And if a hot girl is walking by, take your shirt off. It gives the impression that you're working hard to seduce her.

"I believe that opportunity looks a lot like hard work."

With less effort. It's the way lazy people work.

"I don't believe that old cliché that good things come to those who wait. I think good things come to those who want something so bad they can't sit still."

This is why he actively chases the girls. He preys on women who can provide for him. He's a good hunter.

But when Ashton fell in love, he changed the kind of things he said:

"Vulnerability is the essence of romance. It's the art of being uncalculated, the willingness to look foolish, the courage to say, 'This is me, and I'm interested in you enough to show you my flaws with the hope that you may embrace me for all that I am but, more important, all that I am not."

Who said that "Love Can Move Mountains"? Someone has to tell Céline Dion that love can only change a gigolo's mind. Mountains are moved by earthquakes, not love.

"If you really want to make a relationship work, at some point in time, you're going to have to make some sacrifices and do some things that are a little bit uncomfortable."

You'll have to sacrifice part of your freedom, and do things your girlfriend ask you to do, even if you don't want to. Maybe, it's easier to only have a lover. This way you keep your freedom and don't have to do things you don't wanna do.

"So, goodnight Ashton. You are less than "Two and a Half Men". You are just a "Man and a Half" for Wilson Pickett."


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