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About EjeFief

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  1. For several years now, I have wanted my own land. I have heard of cases where people are paying $100 of real money a month to have virtual land... Am I misinformed or is that true? Considering I make a couple dollars over minimum wage I can't afford something like that. How much does land actually cost? Can a premium account offer land? I just want a fairly small piece of land I can build my own house and yard in, I don't need anything insane in scale. I'm sure this was answered elsewhere, but I couldn't seem to find it. Thanks in advance.
  2. There's no guarantee that an alt will work, as LittleMe Jewell said, it's honestly just a random chance based on factors I'm unaware of.
  3. Since I'm into CGI porn, I find SL sex quite satisfying, that is, if the animations are nice and the poses align.
  4. "The fact that you think you're entitled to everyones attention is disturbing." -MaggiJin same^ Obvious bait posts aside, The easily visible Second Life community (outside of the forums, in actual SL) It's difficult to find active/tolerable users, as Hunter Stern said multiple times. People are indeed impulsive, and I'm sure it does fuel the reasons most people post the "b my firen pls" posts. In terms of my looks putting people off, yes, it does, we have confirmed this. There are much more inviting users that don't really care what you look like and do talk to me, but
  5. Me too, I can only log into my alt...
  6. Yeap, this is exactly what I experience, if not with a little life stories exchange in the first session. Spot on, I was treated like a moldy ham sandwhich in highschool, and the hints of people acting like that here are probably giving me "Vietnam flashbacks" Me too, I just ran into one last night. Yeah, very true. Personally I see friendships as people you stick around with because they make you feel nice, they improve the quality of life on a level money can't offer. Morgan Rosenstar , thanks for your completely different point of
  7. I will start off by saying, holy crap, I didn't realize there were this many users on Second Life still. Anyways, what am I talking about here? Off and on I'm seeking friends and family, and regardless of how much a person "falls in love" with me, they always somehow flake out on me, and I continue treading on through Second Life by myself in abandoned sims, occasionally messaging people in my "friends" list something along the lines of a joke or "Hi how are you" since they won't bother letting me go any further than that. It may sound sad being by myself in empty sims all of the tim
  8. I would love to get to know you, it's growing empty just roaming around SL neighborhoods by myself all the time.
  9. I'm an odd-ball but, I would love to get to know you.
  10. Hey there, I know there's already others posting about looking for a family, but I thought I would give it a try. I'm searching for a family with open arms to a new member, weather we consider each other to be related or not is not relevant to me, I just want to live together and talk and do things together. I don't care how old you or the members are, I just want a kind, inviting family to be a part of. I'm a bit silly and goofy but I'm also caring and knowledgeable. Please feel free to message me in world if you are interested, I'm also very open to starti
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