MSN Conversations

The ban­ter of post­ing your email on a blog is hav­ing some anony­mous peo­ple adding you on MSN.

Well the back­hand­ed com­pli­ment part is that, they ask exact­ly the ques­tions that you have for­bid to answer. Ques­tions and ques­tions that make you seem like you were just some answer­ing machine answer­ing ques­tions.

I like meet­ing peo­ple from the inter­net. In fact if things could bring me back a cou­ple of years, the amount of peo­ple that I have met on the inter­net were just over­whelm­ing.

Then again, there are also times where I hate meet­ing peo­ple online. In the front con­text, they want to make friends, but right behind that mind of theirs, they care about how their friends looks like, they care about the cock size, they care about the age, and believe it or not, they care about where the new friend stays too!

Just ear­li­er some­one added me to MSN. As a friend, I would love to chat about every­thing and just any­thing. Of course like any oth­er online chat­ters, he ask about my pic­ture, my age etc etc. Sur­prise sur­prise.

The irony of dis­lik­ing IRC is because one could sim­ply just change their nick­name and pre­tend to be some­one else. In MSN or any IM medi­um, the pos­si­bil­i­ty of chang­ing iden­ti­ty is a lit­tle low­er com­pared to IRC. How­ev­er, the trend of ‘asl’ or ‘intro pls’ nev­er cease to dis­ap­pear. Every now and then, I still get the same thing in my MSN, and their excuse is that I some­how have mag­i­cal­ly changed my name. Like real.

I still could not under­stand the sig­nif­i­cance of ask­ing for ‘asl’. Age changes in time, gen­der change can be done, and nei­ther do I want to stay at the same place for the rest of my life. So what sig­nif­i­cant did it make know­ing the ‘asl’?

Okay, per­haps there are some tem­po­rary plea­sure of know­ing someone’s age. Maybe they are look­ing for spe­cif­ic type of per­son that they can relate with. Well for that it’s fine because it’s going to be a one night stand any­ways. Or per­haps you liked this per­son and you want to know more about him. You ask his age, he tells you his cock length and you were pret­ty impressed with the answer that you want. How­ev­er, you seem to have lost that fond mem­o­ry of your dream guy a few days down the road; you asked for ‘asl’ again.

So why do you still con­tin­ue your ways of chat­ting? I mean, if being a friend is all about the age the sex and the loca­tion, then might as well just hang a ban­ner on your neck what kind of friends you are look­ing for, and relo­cate your­self to the strate­gic loca­tions. Much more sim­pler right?

The thing is, I pre­fer a more steamy con­ver­sa­tion to a ‘hi asl pls’ kind of con­ver­sa­tion. If I want some­one to talk about asl, I can always go on IRC. I think they still exist there.

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4 Responses to MSN Conversations

  1. famezgay December 26, 2007 at 7:34 am #

    haha… I nor­mal­ly will just black­list those guy that ask my asl when we start­ed chat­ting.. I won­der does ASL soo impor­tant… any­way somem­o­re I don’t have that appeal­ing weight and height [email protected]

  2. James December 26, 2007 at 4:23 am #

    Maybe you, your­self should ask the same ques­tion.

    Is it all about whether the oth­er per­son is hot or oth­er­wise? Is it vital to know anoth­er person’s cock size when hav­ing the first con­ver­sa­tion? and what’s wrong with ask­ing your loca­tion? You’d def­i­nite­ly ask the oth­er per­son.

    More out­ra­geous­ly, is it some test that you’re con­duct­ing ask­ing whether the oth­er guy would mar­ry you? and with the wrong answer, you brush oth­ers off?

    Adding a con­tact in MSN is a step into know­ing oth­ers. I find that you are intel­lec­tu­al to a cer­tain extent, how­ev­er it does not make you all right­eous. Sure­ly, get­ting to know you may cre­ate a mutu­al under­stand­ing and much more, and I’m sure that you’re not just about sex.

    If you are, it’s sad to say that your life will hard­ly have last­ing friend­ship.

  3. Cedric Ang December 26, 2007 at 9:57 am #

    James, Ask­ing if a per­son is hot or not is total­ly dif­fer­ent in con­text. Besides, what if you are hot in the eyes of oth­ers, but I pre­fer cute and young look­ing guys? Would you still be con­sid­ered as ‘hot’ in my books?

    You total­ly get the point wrong. Ask­ing if you were going to mar­ry me, because you are ask­ing ques­tions like you are my future moth­er in law; where I study, how old am I. Yes, I brushed you off because you don’t seem to get it. Sad­ly, you don’t have the chance to know me more to judge if I have friends that last.

  4. Cedric Ang December 26, 2007 at 9:57 am #

    Famez, To some peo­ple, ASL is like life or death. Give it to me or else.