Catch Of the Century

I am not sure that I would call myself catch of he century but my favorite date at London escorts called me catch of the century. He was, and still is, one of the loveliest men I have ever met, and a week at escorts in London sx would not be the same. If you are feeling a little bit down in the dumps, you can always rely on Brian to cheer you up. He has a constant smile on his face, and just seems to be one of those people who gets on with everybody.

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It normally takes me a couple of dates to hit it off with someone at London escorts, but for some reason Brian and I hit it off right away. When I was younger I had a similar experience with another guy, and I remembered that we had a really good relationship until he had moved abroad. The only thing with Brian was that it was clear that he was not going anywhere at all. He was happy to stay in London and most of his life was centered around Greenwich just like my life was.

As a matter of fact, I used to bump into Brian at my local coffee shop, and even in the little Waitrose that we have in Greenwich. We sort of started to drift towards each other like Brian said, and according to him, this meant that I was certainly his catch of the century. It made me laugh and I realised that I also felt very comfortable around Brian and enjoyed his company in more ways than one.

I had not seen Brian for two week at London escorts when I decided to get in touch with him. I knew that he had gone on a business trip but when he does, he would normally turn up as soon as he got back. I was a little bit worried, and when he did not answer the phone, I got even more anxious. The next day on my way into London escorts, I went around to his house and rang the door bell. A little bit worse for wear Brian opened the door, and it was clear that something had happened to him.

To my surprise, he told me that he had taken a bad fall at Heathrow and had to spend a week in hospital. As he gradually hobbled into his living room, I realised that he could do with a little bit of help. He was really stuck and with his housekeeper on holiday, he was having a really hard time looking after himself. That weekend I spent around Brian’s place cleaning it up a bit, and even cooking for him. Let’s put it this way, I never left. I am not sure what had happened, but something clicked. Today, Brian and I are still living in his old house just of the market in Greenwich. We have two greyhounds and can be found spending our days running our new online business and walking the two dogs on the common. Perhaps it was Brian who was the catch of the century.

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