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  1. Lost in translation. When chatting in game with someone(s) it is SO easy for your humour or nuanced comment to get completely lost in translation. I struggle finding the balance of adding all the extra purple text and emojis to make my point come across as intended. Admittedly I’m no master of the English language but I’m reasonably fluent. After all it’s the only language I know. Not that guarantees fluency 😏 Anyway, it’s tricky. For example I wanted to share an abbreviation I came across which I thought was funny text/chat lingo. Decided not to in case it was
  2. Oasis. I have been in a bit of “dry spell” lately. Meaning less “encounters” than usual, or really less than maybe I’d like. Maybe my attention/interest has waned and I’m not putting the right energy into it. Well, I stumbled on an “oasis” the other day. The encounter was sizzling, charged, and just damn erotic. Afterwards we were both thanking each other for the session repeatedly. Those moments in 3dx make up for a whole lot of dry time. Nobody likes dry time 😏. Also helped re-align my perspective. In a desert? Fear not, there are oasis out there 🏝
  3. Small world, so what are the chances? The 3DXChat world is not that big. Technically it could be massive, but it really isn’t. Some few dozens of rooms, with some few dozens of occupants in the more frequented rooms, dramatically less in the others. That being the case why, in my case anyway, do you so infrequently bump into someone on your friends list, or someone you know. Last night I bumped into @JackPine for the FIRST time. Seems crazy that it doesn’t happen more often. Equally odd Is that with many tags on my friends list, I just don’t run into many. In f
  4. What a great way to start the day!
  5. I forgot to mention, and opinions sought. I keep this log as part of my profile. It’s at the bottom of my blurb, and obviously would be meaningless to people. I’m considering putting the ‘legend/codes’ in there as well, so that anyone looking at my profile - if they were interested/motivated enough - can get a sense of what kind of a player I am. I know I really appreciate profiles that give some guidance on how a person likes to interact so I figure this might be insight for others who may look at my profile. On the other hand it’s a bit obscure and ppl may not give a s
  6. LOL, you noticed that I see. Appreciate the replies all, interesting perspectives.
  7. In game behavior. Statistically. I've been debating posting this or not. Figured WTF. Only about 3 or 4 of you are going to read it anyway, and you 3 or 4 strike me as reasonable humans. I have, since I started playing 3dx, kept a sort of "log" of my activities in each session. It's coded, generalized, anonymized (meaning it does not reveal the names of the guilty, apart from myself), non-specific, but does capture some categories of my actions in any particular session. I am curious how you think this compares with your own. I am curious in general what the reaction wil
  8. Oooh, suspense. Exciting. 😄
  9. This is where you tell me the search feature is hidden 😏 I’m I was spending a little time wandering around the other day and ended up in the suicide strip club. It was a pleasant enough place to ponder the universe for awhile, and there certainly was a warm welcome. As I was surfing the profiles in the room - <random footnote> It is one of my favourite elements of 3DXChat, reading profiles and looking at what art peeps have included. Sometimes the creativity is great, sometimes the no BS directives are refreshing, sometimes the artwork is just up to 11 on the 10 point erotic
  10. I’ve not travelled to The Lake much. I will give it a whirl. Hard not too after your description!
  11. To all of you who post such excellent images in the Misc forum, I salute you. I thank you. I appreciate you. That’s all for the moment.
  12. Take care of yourself and hoping for the best results!
  13. I think your hypothesis is g-spot on!
  14. This. Thanks Jack, and welcome future Jills and Jacks.
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