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gigolo

(1) A male partner who profits financially from his association (typically sexual) with a woman or women, especially older women.
(2) A male hired as a professional escort or dancing partner for women.
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When we go out, the women pay for me," he said, confirming that there were no Alexandria gigolos as Haja Samia claimed.
I am a Gigolo, so if someone in your circle is looking for the same C* please let her inform.
He added: "We're not like that Richard Gere in American Gigolo. We weren't doing this for sex.
In fact, "comedy" is hardly the word to describe "The Gigolos," whose subtlety is rooted in alternative TV Britcoms of the past decade: It's a movie you either get or don't get.
The plot drags its heels during the middle section of the film, before gathering momentum for a convoluted final act that abandons all common sense Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo (15) Rating
The stunt was promoting a show called Gigolo by the Watermill Theatre Production Company, which centres on two penniless and jobless middle aged men from a Midlands town who decide to become gigolos.
Lauren Bacall, Lily Tomlin and Willem Dafoe are among the strong cast but it's Harrelson who is most impressive as another of Schrader's American gigolos.
Fans write: "How can an actor with the rough face of a professional boxer and a penchant for playing killers, cranks, cads and gigolos pull off the role of a tall, dark, handsome and suave secret agent?"
Out of the blue, Deuce receives an irate telephone call from his one-time pimp TJ Hicks (Griffin), who has been implicated in the brutal murders of Europe's greatest gigolos.
I don't rate gigolos as a profession - Mick Jagger.
BY far the most frightening of the gigolos in Cutting Edge (C4, Tues) was Owen who charged pounds 1,500 for a good night.