If I wanted to view your webcam...  

BoredNLooking36 48M
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6/8/2005 8:12 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

If I wanted to view your webcam...

...then I'd ask you for it! I know sex is a huge money-making industry, but c'mon girls... give us guys a f'ing break!! Think about it, girls--if you're truly as hot and sexy as your teaser pics and enticing little emails would indicate, why do you have to go around begging us to visit your sexy little site and watch you and your friends...?

It seems to me that it would be a lot easier to simply go to a strip club--hell, just build your own with the cash you've taken from all those hopeful guys you duped into signing up for your silly little "Age Verification Service")--and do on stage the same things you'd do for us on your webcam! Then, the guys are happy to see you and will gladly pay $10-$20 for a moment of your time or even drop a couple of hundred in your lap for a "private" performance in the back room!

GUYS: Use your other head for a moment and think about it before you give over your credit card info to a bitchy little slut-wannabe who's 24 or 25 and wants you to think that she's "barely legal" and you're watching her get fucked silly for the "first time"!!!

Ok... enough of that. I've been suckered myself a time or two over the past few years and have a real simple method for separating the scamsluts from the real ones (i.e. those women who are truly interested in what their ad/profile says they are and who you actually stand a chance of getting to meet.

1) If you get a "reply" email from someone you didn't send an email to that indicates they are replying to your message, or that it's been a long time, etc., then just delete it and move on.

2) If you send an email, ask a specific question or comment on a specific aspect of their profile. If they respond without addressing any of your questions or comments and/or their response is very generic--delete and move on.

3) Finally, if you do decide to take a chance and reply to their initial email--watch for the second one. If it comes right back, then they're using an autoresponder and probably aren't real anyway, OR if the next email suggests that you go to their website or something, then they're bogus--just delete and move on.

4) Alternately, if you're so damned sure that this is "the one" and you just can't resist going to her website, then take the fucking tour and get over it--she's only out for your money!

Well, that's enough for one night. Now that I've got that off my chest, I'll move on to other, more interesting topics...


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