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  1. I share the same problem with numbers; unfortunately my mind cannot grasp them. However, you and I are the opposite when it comes to paper; I always needed, and need, paper to figure things out with. Somehow seeing it on paper makes it easier for me to figure out/determine things.
  2. I am not quite certain where the misunderstanding occurred between us, but one happened. I have been roleplaying since 2006; I have taught roleplay classes, so I understand what it is. If I am correctly grasping what you are trying to say, no, I do not have relatives outside of on-sim roleplay; nor do I want any. I prefer on-roleplay-sim relatives only. Yes, I have Asperger's; but my character does not. He has a completely different personality, does not share the same weaknesses/strengths (including when it comes to socializing and behavior); in other words, we are two totally different people. If you met him ICly, you would never tell that I have Asperger's OOCly; when I OOCly let people know I have it in real life, they are always startled. In other words, I put on an act. I did not intend to make it sound like I was attempting to pretend I do not have it, or "escape" it; repeating the second sentence of the prior paragraph, my character is 100% different from me. I suppose you would have to meet him in roleplay to see what I mean. Anywho, that's the best I can explain it. EDIT: Added "the" in front of "prior" in the first sentence of the last paragraph.
  3. Thank you. Although I feel I'm more of an EverQuest Dark Elf -- it's one of those roles you just seem to fall into naturally, ya know? (I was a huge pain in the butt on raids) I can't seem to find a jaluk on Google; what is that? Also, why are we whispering? You're welcome. "Jaluk" is the Drow word for "male"; I roleplayed a male Drow. I was a Lolth (or Lloth, however geeks insist it is spelled...) Drow. And, because I like using itty bitty text. :matte-motes-sarcasm:
  4. I agree with Janelle; such a group would be a bit dangerous. I understand that there would be a lot of good people in it who mean no harm, but there would most likely be one or two...or more...crazies in it. As a true example, I deactivated my oldest account (made in 2006) when I got a female stalker; the last thing I would need or want is for the aforementioned person tracking me down through use of a group like that. If only the stalkers could be prevented from joining it, such a group would be an excellent idea. P.S. Janelle: No flirtation intended, but great Drowess/Dark Elf picture. I roleplayed a jaluk for about five years; it was great fun, although now I have moved on to other things.
  5. Where are you from? Originally Texas, U.S.A.; but now New York, U.S.A. When did you join SL originally? In mid-2006, but I knew about it before then. What have you mainly spent your time doing in SL in the past? Freeform roleplaying. How are you planning to spend your time in SL in 2013? Once again...Freeform roleplaying. :matte-motes-big-grin-squint: EDIT: Added the 'U.S.A.'s to my post.
  6. Thank you for your suggestion; I already have a sister. I have, in the past as other characters, had roleplay partners; so I am not worried over such a thing. It exists for roleplay only, and is not a "real" relationship, and my characters do not have Asperger's although I, in RL, do. :matte-motes-grin:
  7. Thank you for your suggestions, everyone; I appreciate them all.
  8. Yes, it seems like bullying to me. The others have already mentioned harassment, what to send to Linden Labs, and maturity rating, et cetera et cetera, so I shall not repeat that. However, I do commend you for how you handled it; you did not start going hysterical and causing drama in every direction like some people would have. It is better to keep a lid on one's temper, which you did; good job.
  9. I do, as well as my younger brother and our father; however, neither of them play Second Life. It is only me. I have, or had, a similar problem with people not understanding my "eccentric" personality; but I taught myself to be more reserved. Now it is only a few privileged people in SL -- my good friends -- who are allowed to glimpse my quirkiness. :matte-motes-grin: I have also been playing Second Life for a long while, since 2006 (this is a new account, however). Most of my time, when I am online in it, is spent roleplaying. It is a pleasure to meet you. EDIT: Disliked the wording of the next-to-last sentence, so altered it.
  10. I would roleplay, and roleplay, and roleplay...then further develop my avatar...and then roleplay some more.
  11. I understand that this might sound strange, coming from a guy...but quite frankly, the sight of mesh or prim breasts disturbs me. The only exemption to this are mesh avatars or torsos which are realistic looking, and do not look like giant water balloons hot glued to women's torsos.
  12. I agree.
  13. I am interested, if you need a brother. I just made a new account (this one), so please don't be terrified by my account's young age; I have been roleplaying since 2006. I am still building up my avatar, so I can adapt its looks easily. When I am next in-world, I shall shoot you an IM.
  14. Thank you, very very much, for taking the time to help me, ladies; I appreciate it greatly, and I will not forget it. I hope you all have had, and will continue to have, a blessed day. :matte-motes-grin:
  15. "I always thought of a sugardaddy as a pimp." ---- Same here...although now it seems to have spread to include all male companions, my mind still races back to the older, more tasteless, meaning behind "sugar daddy." Sonja and Jennifer, with the risk of sounding sentimental, I recommend simply continuing to wait -- eventually a man will come forward, whether from this thread or another source. Some men -- I fall into this category -- have had chaotic instances in the past with a partner, and are still recovering and are not yet ready to search for another one. Others simply want escorts, and they are not the kind you would want. I wish you both best of luck.