The art of chatting  

trymeDe 42M
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6/6/2006 2:06 am

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6/6/2006 2:09 am

The art of chatting

The written word often has been used as a powerful tool for people to communicate. This carries over to chatting with people on the computer. "Words"..... I think back to something I found out a long time ago. "A second on the lips, means a lifetime on the heart." Oh to be able to take back some of the things we've unwittingly, or have angrily said to someone. Conversely, think of the times you've sat in front of a computer screen alone in a room and laughing at something that was typed to you.
Finding someone that can create, enhance, or change the mood you're in by chatting is rare for sure. This is confirmed for me by all the "I've tried cybersex, but it's not the same," replies I've seen on here. I won't say all, because certainly there are exceptions to the rule, but alot of those replies have not chatted with someone who could effectively communicate. I have to admit though, nothing will ever replace skin on skin. I believe though if you can make love to someones mind making love to their body is so much easier.
For me, the jury is still out. I've been on both sides. I've chatted with people who were well spoken and the mood they set felt real. Also, I've chatted with people who bombarded the chat with "btw...afk.... how r u...me 2...along with a host of other internet abbreviations that at times seem as hard to understand as some peoples vanity plates. Then launching into their wham bam thank you ma'am form of typing.
So don't be too eager to close the book on chatting with new people, you may just be surprised.


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