False advertising  

lovehair00 59M
18 posts
7/30/2005 3:27 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

False advertising

Browsing the live webcam for couples, and there is a photo of a very attractive woman. You open the webcam, and there is some guy with a gut stroking himself. And of course he is alone in the room. Makes you wonder is there really a couple. Or did he just steal the photo of the hot babe. And what's with women more so than men. Fudging on their age, pulled one live webcam. Age posted 36 she hadn't seen 36 for a good ten years. Or the photo on line is a couple years old. And you pull up the webcam, and notice not only is she older. But has put on some weight since the photo was taken. Why can't we all just be honest about our selfs. And who we are in real life. You want to find someone real and honest. Well try starting at home first. Giving someone a false impression of yourself. And then you decide to meet, well then what happens. Well we all know the answer to that question. It's going to be a one time brief meeting. And then people wonder why the other person didn't call them back. You lied about who and what you are. And have only yourself to blame. Be honest have an updated photo and your real age. You might be surprised and find a real person.

HardlyYours4Now 52M

7/30/2005 5:56 pm

Here's an idea: AdultFriendFinder can add a checkbox to the profile. If checked, the photo appears surrounded by clouds, to signal that this is a fantasy picture of who they wish they were or used to be.

As for the Lone Stranger...I don't think even I ever got that desparate. Oh, wait, there was this one time...

ih8usrnames 40M

7/31/2005 6:49 pm

I'm sorry I had to laugh about the webcam experience. Thanks for shring

rm_bella_ 47F
4030 posts
8/1/2005 8:43 pm

I bet it is the women that lie about their age more than men...

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