Jump to content

Kamala Dashuria

Resident
  • Content Count

    27
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About Kamala Dashuria

  • Rank
    Member
  1. I role played at Midian City once several years ago. At this point, I'm pretty interested in giving it a shot again. I'll stop by since I'm making RP sim rounds right now.
  2. I think it is a shame that in a world of endless possibilities we are expected to all have the same avatars Be it (too) young or (too) old I've seen people get berated for deciding not to be a tooth pick thin model. At one point I saw someone get border line greifed because her avatar looked too old--and I quote-- "Like a thirty five year old woman". The ageism in Second Life is appauling
  3. I'll be honest, it is because a number of the roleplayer here on Second Life began roleplaying within Second Life, they have no other frame of refrence. Keeping IC and OOC entirely separate is not something which seems to be a common rule of thumb in terms of Second Life roleplaying. Whereas in LARP, Tabletop, Mucks/Mushes, forums and chatsites it is the golden rule. In Second Life you have to put "I am not my character" or "IC relationships only" because the lines between IC and OOC get blurred for whatever reason. Some people are too new to understand, others were never corrected on their
  4. No problem! And I agree, it doesn't make a lick of sense that it isn't linked anywhere on the Second Life web page; however, profiles are linked from Marketplace store fronts. I guess since it is so new (and they haven't gotten around to doing another revision of the original website in a while) that it wouldn't be included. Have fun with the new features! :matte-motes-whistle:
  5. Actually I have seen people give that as a reason for breaking up, usually without any explination as to what promises weren't kept or what changes didn't occur. Often times it was over very trivial instances of not keeping a promise or following through. In real life I've seen it used plenty and for all sorts of things. Normally it's just phrased as "You don't keep your word", gender aside.
  6. That one is cliché and not at the same time. In some cases it is used as an excuse or an easy out. However, sometimes it takes people a while to figure out what they really want. Better they told you as much rather than dragging it out, right? I know that guys can get pretty upset when a woman isn't in their "camp".
  7. Harlett Daines: That is sadly really common. The question is, "Did they actually leave SL"? Nine times out of ten it seems that people take those words with a grain of salt and come back as an ALT. Cinnamon Mistwood: Those two are really good ones and almost always phrased in just those words. There is something about nonspecificity that people seem to like when breaking off a relationship (first or second life). I've never understood how leaving things unsaid and/or denying closure makes anything easier. If we made a graph "It's not you, it's me" would be at the top! One would think that
  8. Randall Ahren: I can't even tell you how much I hate that particular line. People change all the time on one level or another. From when you first meet someone to the time you say good bye, you are changing or have been changed in some way. Dresden is right, that is "It's not me, it's you". Knowing how people that usually use that line are I bet they didn't tell you what it was that supposedly changed about you, right?
  9. Willow Danube: That one is probably the new classic line for this generation of online relationships. I'm sorry that you got pegged by that one. People like that are ticking time bombs for drama and heartache, eventually they will be found out either by their own stupid mistake or luck fails to be on their side. Wildcat Furse: Wow, that one floors me, just a BRB? I don't know which is worse: Too much ceremony and times spent on good byes or nothing at all. I had a guy actually pull a BRB on me last year in December (we had been together several months). He came back in late August of this
  10. Canoro Philipp: Ugh, I'm so sorry that you've been fed that line. That one has, and always will be, one of the easy to spot lies at the end of a relationship. The subtext is usually, "It's you or something you did, but I don't want to say what". I've had that said to me too, several times. You'd figure people could or would come up with something new. I got the rare: "It isn't me, it's you" in subtext. Thank you for the sympathy and the kind words. Even when things don't end in a major fall out it helps a lot to hear encouraging words rather than the usual bitterness and anger. I figure
  11. I usually delete contact based off of: Has the person logged in in 3 months? Has the person caused serious amounts of drama? Does the person talk to me or do I always have to begin conversation? Is the account in question a known ALT? If so, how often are they logged into? Have they done, or condone, activities which are against the Linden Labs TOS? I have always tried to keep my contact list neat and limited only to people I keep in contact with. If they are strangers or have a habit of not being online too terribly often I find it easier to keep tab with them using contact cards and now pr
  12. The subject is pretty self explanatory I think. Although I am willing to expand the question to have said, if you are on that side of the fence. Having literally just had a relationship ended on me the other day I found myself curious (rather than upset thankfully) on the matter. Please no names, in whole or in part, as this post is for discussion and not to name and shame. You tell me yours and I'll tell you mine.
  13. The subject is pretty self explanatory I think. Although I am willing to expand the question to have said, if you are on that side of the fence. Having literally just had a relationship ended on me the other day I found myself curious (rather than upset thankfully) on the matter. Please no names, in whole or in part, as this post is for discussion and not to name and shame. You tell me yours and I'll tell you mine.
  14. What you are looking for is: https://my.secondlife.com , that is where the profile pages are hosted. From what I know there is no direct link on https://secondlife.com that links to it, although there probably should be. Once you are logged into My.SecondLife you just add the person's name into the URL. For exampe, yours would be https://my.secondlife.com/Sommerland.Starostin. Anyone on your friend's list you can get to their profiles from the people tab on the left side of the screen. Hope this helps.
  15. People not paying mind to display names is a mixture of people being visual,slow to learn and assuming that everyone treats display names like an over blown titler--from what I've found. While it does say that a user name is forever, it does rather suck that they are (especially with the new registration system) it doesn't state it clearly enough or have an additional promp warning you that your decision is final. I do remember some time back when they were thinking of making name changes something you paid for ($50.00 was the amount I kind of remember being mentioned), but the project got scr
×
×
  • Create New...