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Posted: 12 July 2007 at 1:13am | IP Logged
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Originally posted by mermaid_QT

Originally posted by Believe

Originally posted by mermaid_QT

moreover, limits are different for different people.  some people cross them and unintentionally hurt others.  some intentionally hurt just for the heck of playing games.  One drawing limits is not enough. 

If anyone know their own good points and week points he/she should draw the limit....Hurting happen when you expect something from a Virtual friend...Dont expect anything from a virtual friend. 

Vinu, expectations arise only when one is led to believe with a sweet talk.  Nobody is a fool otherwise.  Taalee ek haath se nahee bajtee, true, but those leading by wrong hints are dirtbags and it is easy to say not to make virtual friends, but the truth is- many internet people are actually who they say they are, and such people are easy target of internet bluffs.  It is not so absurd to believe someone who appears genuinely supportive and NICE person. 

Agree with you Qt....All glittering things are not Gold...Big smile....women easly fall these kind of sweet talks......Wink so beware of sweet talkers lol..LOL

OMG ..Qt baag gaya....she fear mee LOL...

People try to create a good image always..Personly I not bother...Big smile Bad image always good...Smile

Originally posted by VINU


Originally posted by maya

 
Originally posted by greatmaratha

You share this information with virtual friends, and you reach a stage of friendships... but man is never stagnant in the same position for long.... the urge to move on comes on.... and with it, the pitfalls of the net come too.  WHY MEN ony????!!!Ouch Confused They who want to strike wait for this moment, when the defenses are down and the sensations are lulled into a false sense of security.  

ClapClap Very well said. 

<---Thumbs Down Ermm she talking like a feminist....Confused 
Vnu, good point at why men only.. yeah- turns out there are internet black widows too LOLLOL..  but I doubt anybody was trying to be a feminist / judgmental only against men here.. Priya made EXCELLENT point if you're willing to let go the gender facor here.  It is about a person who is here to have Fun at other person's stake.


my answer as u said b4....'Taalee ek haath se nahee bajtee' Clap

 

 

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Posted: 12 July 2007 at 1:13am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Maya_M

Originally posted by mermaid_QT

moreover, limits are different for different people.  some people cross them and unintentionally hurt others.  some intentionally hurt just for the heck of playing games.  One drawing limits is not enough.

I like what Priya wrote about Internet friendships.

Originally posted by greatmaratha

You share this information with virtual friends, and you reach a stage of friendships... but man is never stagnant in the same position for long.... the urge to move on comes on.... and with it, the pitfalls of the net come too.  They who want to strike wait for this moment, when the defenses are down and the sensations are lulled into a false sense of security.

ClapClap Very well said.



Thanks Maya Embarrassed

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@ Vinu - great point on having no expectations. But thats the whole point. It is just so easy to say that "Do not expect anything", but when it comes down to reality, one does expect... at least in my experience, thats how its been.

Completely agree with Mqt.... so many people appear to be so good in virtual life, but in reality, they are something else. I know of someone who followed an internet love and went to see the "man of her dreams", yeah, but without prior warning... only to find a 16 year old adolescent boy, having a laugh at her and few other womens expense. The woman was old and she genuinely thought she had found the big love of her life.... the interactions they had did not even once give her a doubt that the man she was talking to or chatting to was so young. The guy had a great voice, did not give an impression of being just 16 and had sent the photograph of his dad Angry

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Posted: 12 July 2007 at 1:28am | IP Logged
Originally posted by mermaid_qt

Vnu, good point at why men only.. yeah- turns out there are internet black widows too LOLLOL..  but I doubt anybody was trying to be a feminist / judgmental only against men here.. Priya made EXCELLENT point if you're willing to let go the gender facor here.  It is about a person who is here to have Fun at other person's stake.


WinkWink  just for bringing to Greatmaratha's attn since my evil twin Angry got "thank u" and moi got ignored Cry..  
j/k priya,  but you did make an excellent post yet again...

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Posted: 12 July 2007 at 1:34am | IP Logged
Originally posted by greatmaratha

@ Vinu - great point on having no expectations. But thats the whole point. It is just so easy to say that "Do not expect anything", but when it comes down to reality, one does expect... at least in my experience, thats how its been.

Completely agree with Mqt.... so many people appear to be so good in virtual life, but in reality, they are something else. I know of someone who followed an internet love and went to see the "man of her dreams", yeah, but without prior warning... only to find a 16 year old adolescent boy, having a laugh at her and few other womens expense. The woman was old and she genuinely thought she had found the big love of her life.... the interactions they had did not even once give her a doubt that the man she was talking to or chatting to was so young. The guy had a great voice, did not give an impression of being just 16 and had sent the photograph of his dad Angry


Thanks Priya..

@ the 16 year old boy!  OMG.. the woman must have been so shocked unless she was into some significant cradle snatching spanning over a decade or so! Ouch.. LOL @ dad's picture LOLLOL..  what a kid!
Once they showed on CBS that a man had booked a room in a romantic bed and breakfast to meet his internet date for the first time and she ended up being his sister DeadDead.. That was also eww..  I think in the movie  "MITR" , weren't the husband and wife having internet affair with each other?? LOL..   The 16year old sharing dad's picture takes the cake though LOLLOLROFL..


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Posted: 12 July 2007 at 1:40am | IP Logged
Originally posted by mermaid_QT

Originally posted by mermaid_qt

Vnu, good point at why men only.. yeah- turns out there are internet black widows too LOLLOL..  but I doubt anybody was trying to be a feminist / judgmental only against men here.. Priya made EXCELLENT point if you're willing to let go the gender facor here.  It is about a person who is here to have Fun at other person's stake.


WinkWink  just for bringing to Greatmaratha's attn since my evil twin Angry got "thank u" and moi got ignored Cry..  
j/k priya,  but you did make an excellent post yet again...


ROFL

Arre twinnie ko mila toh aapko bhi mila naa Wink  The same theory of copied versions.... LOL

Hug  Thanks ..

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Posted: 12 July 2007 at 1:45am | IP Logged
Originally posted by mermaid_QT



Thanks Priya..

@ the 16 year old boy!  OMG.. the woman must have been so shocked unless she was into some significant cradle snatching spanning over a decade or so! Ouch.. LOL @ dad's picture LOLLOL..  what a kid!
Once they showed on CBS that a man had booked a room in a romantic bed and breakfast to meet his internet date for the first time and she ended up being his sister DeadDead.. That was also eww..  I think in the movie  "MITR" , weren't the husband and wife having internet affair with each other?? LOL..   The 16year old sharing dad's picture takes the cake though LOLLOLROFL..




Yeah!  Imagine the gall of the boy....  The woman was completely shattered and what ultimately ate her up internally was the fact that during that period (about a year) she had ended up sharing so much information about herself... not just private information, but a lot of things on her mind and she beat herself up later with the knowledge that it was a 16 year old boy who spoke such to her, who took her down the garden path, literally.

Yeah Mitr was that movie of hubby and wife having an internet affair and suspecting each other in real life of extra marital affairs as well.  Was funny, yet was highly unrealistic. 


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Originally posted by greatmaratha

@ Vinu - great point on having no expectations. But thats the whole point. It is just so easy to say that "Do not expect anything", but when it comes down to reality, one does expect... at least in my experience, thats how its been.

Completely agree with Mqt.... so many people appear to be so good in virtual life, but in reality, they are something else. I know of someone who followed an internet love and went to see the "man of her dreams", yeah, but without prior warning... only to find a 16 year old adolescent boy, having a laugh at her and few other womens expense. The woman was old and she genuinely thought she had found the big love of her life.... the interactions they had did not even once give her a doubt that the man she was talking to or chatting to was so young. The guy had a great voice, did not give an impression of being just 16 and had sent the photograph of his dad Angry

lol at 16eeen.....all boys are crazy...Wink  but  if she know he is only 16 ...then she doing wrong....what we call her?????

ok, I can understand GM, Sometime expecation  come automaticly ,If we chat but we should live in reality, practily thinking people never fall,...I too have friends who is 20's chat n do ph with 45/50 year old ladies in US.....i dont understand what they expect from him/her...Now virtual friendship most people using to get some pleasures in life....Embarrassed

 

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