There Is An App For That

I heard a funny story the other day from one of the drivers for Allys Angels working in Ibiza transporting escort girls and clients. He had been off visiting one of the very high-end hotels around Ibiza to take credit card payments from a client who was meeting three girls at a time, for twelve hours at a time, and had been rotating through them for a few days with remarkable stamina and an apparently limitless credit card.

escort girl using tablet computerThis driver is not the usual meat head that people expect. He has run a lot of businesses in the past and has a background in marketing for many years after his time in the British armed services. And all of this before working for Allys Angels. Anyway, as theses things go he was invited to sit down and have a chat and a sandwich with the client (who probably just needed to speak with someone with a Y chromosome) the client started discussing the sleek Point Of Sale (POS) machine that was in use and got very enthusiastic about an app that someone should develop that allows clients to spend time with a beautiful woman without having to directly use a credit card. Everything could be paid directly through the app. Like Uber.

The driver was nodding and agreeing and making a joke about names; “Shagger? Groper? Girl-u-Like?” when the client suddenly got a serious look on his face and looked slightly offended. Never good, so my friend was about to make his excuses and leave, when the client started explaining that yes he was in Marbella on holiday but actually he was a tech investor and had had an early stage investment role in a few quite well known companies…Tumblr, Timder, Twitter, Uber … and then gave him his business card.

And yes, everything he said about his background is true. And he has been back in touch since discussing using my friend, as well as both Allys Angels and Ibiza Beauties as technical consultants. So maybe in just a short while there really will be an app for everything including, the words of Tom Cruise playing Joel Goodsen in Risky Business “human fulfillment”.

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