Some observations regarding AFF  

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9/3/2006 3:52 pm

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9/16/2006 10:54 pm

Some observations regarding AFF

Ok, since we joined AdultFriendFinder, we have noticed a few idiosyncracies with profiles. Having seen many, many in a short time, certain things have stuck out in our minds.



1. A structural or behavioral characteristic peculiar to an individual or group.

2. A physiological or temperamental peculiarity.
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Yes, it's true, we've only been members of AdultFriendFinder for a short time, but why do many folks react negatively to "Noobs" or "Newbies"? Lots of times, when a "Newb" asks a question, it's taken out of context and the person answering tries to humiliate the poster. It's like the old high school mentality of superiority where the seniors picked on or otherwise harassed the freshmen. We view this type of behavior as jealousy, immaturity or insecurity. Everyone was a "noob" at one point or another. Let's learn to treat others with respect. You never know if you'll meet a "Noob" that rocks your world.

Many african american profiles use the word "chocolate" or "choco" to describe theirself or use it in their handle. While there is absolutely nothing wrong with this, (quite the sweet handle) I have yet to see a caucasion person use "vanilla" in theirs. (Someone send me a link if you see one! I think it would be cute!)

In personal descriptions, it's amusing to see some one answer "perfer not to say" to such questions as bra size, circumcised, or sexual preference. Um...like no one else is ever going to find out? What do you hope to accomplish by being on this site if you're not willing to describe yourself honestly? You might as well have said, "I plead the 5th", and we all know what that means. Let 'em eat cake if they don't like it if you have small boobs, if you're bi or whatever! Be yourself and be proud! If you are ashamed of something personal, then maybe this site is not for you.

Just some random observations we wanted to share.


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