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Vice Guide: Decoding Escort Ads

Everything that makes South Florida the Vice capital of the country--the drugs, the sex, the gambling--is amplified during the week of the Super Bowl. But nothing ruins the perfect party week like someone dying or going to jail. So this week we'll be presenting The Juice's Vice Guide to South Florida. We've done the arduous research, taken the dangerous journeys, and interviewed dozens of local experts to bring you the definitive handbook to depravity in the Sunshine State.

After the jump, how to decode escort ads.

There are plenty of adult-services ads online and in free publications (like the one you're reading), but finding the right prostitute can be hard enough without having to figure out all of the industry jargon. Below is a legend for decoding those ads.

Incall -- You drive to the prostitute, usually at a hotel.



Outcall -- The prostitute comes to you.



LFK -- Light French kissing, open mouth maybe, but no making out.



DFK -- Making out.



BBBJ -- Bareback blowjob, or oral sex without a condom.



CBJ -- Covered blowjob,  oral sex with a condom.



DATY -- Dining at the "Y" is a male performing oral sex on a female.



K9 -- The prostitute is willing to allow entry from behind, though not necessarily anal.



Greek (or speak Greek, trip to Athens) -- The escort is willing to participate in anal intercourse.



HH -- Half-hour, generally accompanied by a monetary amount.



GFE -- Girlfriend experience means you get her affection in addition to her body. This might include going on dates, kissing on the mouth, or role-playing.



PSE -- Porn star experience can include dynamic positioning, moaning, and the general showmanship of adult cinema.

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