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Hi all I am looking for a sugar daddy to help fund my SL life. In exchange for your weekly compensation you will get a beautiful and devoted Avatar all female, I can role play if this is what you want, I know a little about being a sub/Pet/ and having a Master/Dom we can discuss any limits.

I can be a little on the jealous side, but if you are up front with me I can be more understanding.

I love dancing, clubbing, singing and I love my breedable horses in SL and would love someone that enjoys these things also.

I can make my own clothes so you wouldn't have to spend a dime on my wardrobe :-)

and I have sub outfits if this is what you are interested in.

I am a Sagittarius Birthrate 12/18/1963

I am a brunette in RL but have been told I should have been a blond, because It sometimes can take me a minute to get things.

I am on Easter Standard Time I live outside of Knoxville TN.

I am also married in RL so the Sugar daddy needs to be OK with this.

In SL I am very pretty and in RL im not bad looking. I am 49 and can voice to show I am a female.

And last but not least I have the Xcite package and an excite compatable bed, and can emote if you arent into the xcite items. I can guarantee this RP at least 1 time a week, :-) or more depending on our arangement.

I work Weekends Fri, Sat and Sun 12 hour shifts, I get home around 5pm SL time and would have to log out around  8pm SL time so i could be rested for work. I also go to collage on Mon, Wed, and Thurs. but can stay up late those nights if need be. Or I can log in during the day time.

If interested contact Danna Cyberstar in SL or here :-) and we can discuss the arangement and see if we can come to a fair agreement.

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Danna Cyberstar wrote:

It sometimes can take me a minute to get things.


That might explain the following:


Danna Cyberstar wrote:

Birthrate 12/18/1963


Erm, does this mean you completed 12 out of 18 pregnancies in 1963? Or did you have 12 baby boys and 18 little girls that year. Or perhaps 12 out of 18 attempts at intercourse succeeded in being brought to term?

 


Danna Cyberstar wrote:

I am on Easter Standard Time

Would that be Easter Island? Or are you a bunny avatar?


Danna Cyberstar wrote:

I also go to collage


So you have an interest in art? Or are you taking a class in remedial spelling?

 

 

Awe . . . will pass on your invitation.

 

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I knew there would be some smart remarks to this, and you wouldnt be even in consideration anyway. So dont worry your ugly little head about what 12/18/1963 means it apparently goes over your head also  :-) and maybe I like typos it is our southern way of pronouncing words  :-) Yall have a great day.

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Danna Cyberstar wrote:

you wouldnt be even in consideration anyway.

Since your post is all "Me!Me!Me!" and offers no indication of the characteristics that would be desirable in a Sugar Daddy, other than an unthinking desire to throw money at you, on what basis are you eliminating me?

Awe  . . . thinks that perhaps a matching significant degree of stupidity might be a prime consideration, which does exclude him.

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Shansi Kenin wrote:

Keep good posts like that and you get 2 sugar daddys one for morning & nights :smileyhappy:

Not the good ones, if you ask me. Basically having a sugar daddy is equal to being an escort with a longtime customer, who pays more than the average person would do. When asking for a sugar daddy its all about selling yourself. The person becomes a product and this product has to be advertised....I mean, what is special about her, what makes her worth the money?

Not much, if you ask me. She basically shows that she can't even use her native language and doesn't care enough to take the time to correct mistakes.

My advise for sugar daddies: You can get a lazy, not-so-bright girl for free. There should be various groups to find inworld dealing with that kink.

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Danna Cyberstar wrote:

I knew there would be some smart remarks to this, and you wouldnt be even in consideration anyway. So dont worry your ugly little head about what 12/18/1963 means it apparently goes over your head also  :-) and maybe I like typos it is our southern way of pronouncing words  :-) Yall have a great day.

so southerners prounounce things by spelling them inncorrectly or outright completely butchering them so they seem ridiculous? Good to know and here I thought they spelled things the same jsut said them witha  cute accent. good to know. Also nice of you to basically confirm in a lot of peoples minds the fact that southern education isn't the best. good job buddy.

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Madeline Blackbart wrote:

s
o southerners
prounounce
things by spelling them
inncorrectly

Good to
know and
here I thought they
spelled
things the same
jsut
said them
witha 
cute accent.

Also nice of you to
basically confirm in a lot
of
peoples minds
the fact that southern education isn't the best. good job buddy.


Careful there, I think you may have a splinter in your eye.

Funny. :P

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Freya Mokusei wrote:


Madeline Blackbart wrote:

s
o southerners
prounounce
things by spelling them
inncorrectly

Good to
know and
here I thought they
spelled
things the same
jsut
said them
witha 
cute accent.

Also nice of you to
basically confirm in a lot
of
peoples minds
the fact that southern education isn't the best. good job buddy.


Careful there, I think you may have a splinter in your eye.

Funny.
:P

Does the concept of irony exist in whatever is your first language, Freya?

Awe . . . points out that just because you shouldn't believe everything you read on the internet, it doesn't preclude errors being both intentional and unintentional; being able to distinguish one from another is the key.

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Hmmm I read some of the post didn't really have time today to read them all. And whether the misspellings were intentional or not I guess you will never know. But I can say I can type 45 misspelled word a minute and as this thing has spell check figure it out yer self.

As for what quality or character of the guy I can say he would have to be nice no amount of money in the world would keep me happy with a smarteleck, I have enough of those in my RL and deal with them everyday at work and in my classes and SL is my relax time I don't need them here.

And as for this being my only post I had never really know about an SL forum I was always too busy building something or making my clothes in SL and when one of my friends mentioned the forums. I was like what forums. I thought the only way to advertise was through the Second Life Classifieds.

But any how everyone have a great day :-)  all post are good helps you weed out the ones you want to stay away from giggle.

 

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Don't listen to the negativity. While some agree with you and some don't it is your sl and to the man that wants to help you out it would be his choosing as well. He knows upfront what its about. I give you kudos for telling the truth instead of being like so many other performers. Lying about what they want to get some Lindens. As for the misspellings, some people seem to forget that once upon a time there was a thing called a typo. Maybe Im a bit more forgiving on that because I tend to look over superficial stuff. (spell check so avoid hassle).  I hope you find what you are looking for and he finds you.

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Awe Thor wrote:


Freya Mokusei wrote:


Madeline Blackbart wrote:

s
o southerners
prounounce
things by spelling them
inncorrectly

Good to
know and
here I thought they
spelled
things the same
jsut
said them
witha 
cute accent.

Also nice of you to
basically confirm in a lot
of
peoples minds
the fact that southern education isn't the best. good job buddy.


Careful there, I think you may have a splinter in your eye.

Funny.
:P

Does the concept of irony exist in whatever is your first language, Freya?

Awe . . . points out that just because you shouldn't believe everything you read on the internet, it doesn't preclude errors being both intentional and unintentional; being able to distinguish one from another is the key.

Hey I was just point out how odd it was to say that those weird spellings like birthrate for brithdate is a bit weird and then defending them as being just how southerners talk? Or is it wrong of me to point out how bizarre and steotype filling this is? Please let me know when the hypocritcal portion comes in there. I didn't specifically point out any bad spelling in particular did I? I just pointed out that she's saying southerners spell things wrong as a way of talking. I may spell things incorrectly but I'm not defending that as a form of language now am I?

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LOL, didn't you know there are secret guidelines for posting? You realize even though this is a public forum, there are people here who think it's their personal playground and pretend to make up rules. Who cares. People that are to actually participate in the forums will either understand what you meant or (hopefully) ask for clarification. The others.. well ;)

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Madeline Blackbart wrote:


Awe Thor wrote:


Freya Mokusei wrote:


Madeline Blackbart wrote:

s
o southerners
prounounce
things by spelling them
inncorrectly

Good to
know and
here I thought they
spelled
things the same
jsut
said them
witha 
cute accent.

Also nice of you to
basically confirm in a lot
of
peoples minds
the fact that southern education isn't the best. good job buddy.


Careful there, I think you may have a splinter in your eye.

Funny.
:P

Does the concept of irony exist in whatever is your first language, Freya?

Awe . . . points out that just because you shouldn't believe everything you read on the internet, it doesn't preclude errors being both intentional and unintentional; being able to distinguish one from another is the key.

Hey I was just point out how odd it was to say that those weird spellings like birthrate for brithdate is a bit weird and then defending them as being just how southerners talk? Or is it wrong of me to point out how bizarre and steotype filling this is? Please let me know when the hypocritcal portion comes in there. I didn't specifically point out any bad spelling in particular did I? I just pointed out that she's saying southerners spell things wrong as a way of talking. I may spell things incorrectly but I'm not defending that as a form of language now am I?

It's often difficult to distinguish intentional and unintentional errors. Distinguishing one from another may be key, but knowing that doesn't give one the ability to do it.

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I'll keep this short, since it seems this kind of nonsense is (rightfully) outside the scope of the OP's intent for this thread.

Your hypocrisy shows in a generalisation, here:-


Madeline Blackbart wrote:

Also nice of you to basically confirm in a lot of peoples minds the fact that southern education isn't the best


Unless you were demonstrating that your own education is lacking, also?

The

of your words wasn't lost on me either. Good job, buddy.

 @OP: It sounds like you've a good few ideas about what you're looking for, the most important of those is acceptance. But you shouldn't compromise on any of it. Good luck. :)

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As Sephina pointed out to you it's what you want out of sl and none of us can decide if it's right or wrong. Most people will give you their opinion and then some will just look to belittle you and try and shove their belief in your face as if they are the moral police.

Typos are fun :) this is not an exam paper it's a forum. I have many typos, sometimes I correct them, sometimes I don't. If I am posting from my phone it can be a real pain in the a$$ so I don't really care. I am here to discuss not to get a grade.

Some posts come across as being rude but with it being communication with text you can't always get the tone the poster was trying to convey.

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Madelaine McMasters wrote:


It's often difficult to distinguish intentional and unintentional errors. Distinguishing one from another may be key, but knowing that doesn't give one the ability to do it.


There are two levels of stupidity in question here. One is being too stupid to recognise grammatical and spelling errors - your own, or those made by others - and the other is being too stupid to realise when someone is taking the micky by intentionally making ridiculous errors.

Awe . . . recognises that you, or some other unsophisticated readers, might lack the necessary abilities, unlike Madeline and himself.

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Malanya wrote:

 

Typos are fun
:)


Only the truly stupid - and usually those prone to using typing inaccuracy as an excuse for semi-literacy - believe this is true in a forum environment.

Awe . . . or indeed, any other environment where accurate communication is desirable.

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Awe Thor wrote:


Malanya wrote:

 

Typos are fun
:)


Only the truly stupid - and usually those prone to using typing inaccuracy as an excuse for semi-literacy - believe this is true in a forum environment.

Awe . . . or indeed, any other environment where accurate communication is desirable.

I rather be imperfect then arrogant. Smart people, yes even you can have typos. A slip of the finger is not a slip of the mind. It makes us human. I do hope you actually don't have this attitude in RL. Otherwise it would no longer be funny but sad. IMHO of course. You can belittle people all you want if it makes you feel better. I don't really care either way.

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