Tyrion gives the virgin Podrick a night with three prostitutes as a reward for loyal service. Later, to Tyrion and Bronn's utter amazement, Podrick was apparently so good that the prostitutes wouldn't take any money. They immediately ask him for details.
Tyrion: (as Podrick walks into the room) "Ah, the return of the conquering hero. Does he have a bit of a jaunt in his step?"
Bronn: "The lad's practically skipping."
Tyrion: "You were gone a long time. I trust you got your money's worth. Or should I say my money's worth."
*Podrick places the purse of gold Tyrion gave him on the table.*
Tyrion: (confused) "It was a gift, Podrick. This is more than I give you in a year."
Bronn: "He's a squire. You don't pay him."
Tyrion: "Oh. Then it's much more than I give you in a year."
"They wouldn't take it, my lord." *Beat
Bronn: "Maybe they're trying to curry favor with the new master of coin."
Tyrion: "Have you ever known a whore to turn down gold? They're happy enough to take it when I give it to them."
Bronn: "What did you tell them?"
Tyrion: "What did you do to them?"
Tyrion: (overly patient) "And they seemed to like these things?"
Podrick: "Yes, my lord."
Bronn: "Of course they seemed to like it, they're paid to seem to like it."
Tyrion: "Only they weren't paid."
Bronn: "What are you saying? That these ladies enjoyed him so much, they gave him the time for free?"
Tyrion: "Is that what you're telling us?"
* Podrick giving Tyrion a magnificently satisfied little smirk; Tyrion looking at him in disbelief. *
Tyrion: "Sit down, Podrick. * pours everyone a cup of wine * We're going to need details. Copious details."
- And one of their techniques is called the Meereenese Knot. Anyone familiar with George R.R. Martin's posts while writing A Dance with Dragons laughed their asses off.