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Food for thought, Your Quadell The guy I mentioned in the OP was actually using a name like Lucious36B or something, to intentionally try to lure men into talking with him.
He told my girlfriend when she confronted him that it was just for fun, to get the "lured ones" to a certain excited point and then turn on them and dump them. But now I see that it seems to be a common occurrence, so I thought maybe I was overreacting. ;) A girl When I first heard about this I thought it was kinda weird, but lately it seems to me to be an accepted and rather prevelent phenomenon.
I can see having some fun with people once in a while. Is it done simply for fun and trickery, or is it indicative of some deeper sociopathological misfunction? ) :) Thanks, A girl I think people who do stuff like that just want the satisfaction of fooling someone... ------------------ ___________________________________________ Don't hate me because I'm beautiful, hate me because i'm an arrogant bastard.
------------------ Live a Lush Life Da Chef Girl, (not meaning to sound critical or anything, but I think you need to think about getting a new name, 'cause it's hard to address you without sounding like somebody on a talk show--"Girl, you get yourself out of that relationship, you hear me? :) although maybe you don't mind that, or shall I address you as A Girl? :confused: People address me as Nott), anyway, are you talking about a sex chat room, or just regular chat, or like what we do here at SDMB?
I wanted to become known around, and then see if people could tell.
Eventually, though, I just couldn't stand not answering certain questions that would give it away, so the (male) cat got out of the bag.
It wasn't something "pointless to share," it's a question, so I put it in here.
I'm not trying to be annoying, I really was curious if there's something to be worried about when someone does this stuff. A girl This is something that has also perplexed me.
Then, in many locations the posters there will be more polite to female posters and let them get away with more lapses in nettiquitte than male posters. (My guess on this is that women tend to be helpful to most anyone but us men tend to try harder to help women (and so impress them with our wittiness, charm and technical prowess) than we will to help other men (who we figure if they don't know what is going on they don't belong in our turf.)) Finally, there are a number of (mostly teenage) males on the Internet who are rather desperate to talk to anyone female and some men pretend to be women just to have some fun at their expense.