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Marigold Devin

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  1. It's not for me, but if it was I guess I'd go for Marigold Matriarch. Only available for another three days. It will be interesting to see how many new Mums/Mamas/Matriarchs we have. I know it will be someone's longed for dream come true. And bless all those who sail in her.
  2. Yes, red flags galore on this one. Rushing and pushy, seeming disappointed when he can't get his own way. Trying to work out how much of a soft touch/empath that you might be. You're right not to trust him, he'll be doing the same thing with other people too.
  3. Welcome to Second Life forums, ProKarola. While you can log in on one PC with multiple accounts, you are not permitted to log in with another person's account, and your friend should not really be allowing you to do that. Go into menu options at the top of your viewer's screen: Select "Preferences", then "Advanced" and from the options click on "Allow Multiple Viewers". Please note that logging in with more than one avatar at a time will put a strain onto your computer and may mean slow performance for each avatar logged in.
  4. Isn't this enough for you? https://community.secondlife.com/leaderboard
  5. Ohhh this is so much fun. As my Second Life self is already a cartoon, I just tried it with my real life self from now, and from 25 years ago. Pretty bl**dy scary, but I laughed!
  6. It's more than likely someone is using an Online Tracker device. If the person saying they can actually SEE your avatar, but you are unable to see their's, then they might have an alternate avatar logged into a separate viewer that they are watching you with.
  7. I lost my heart very early in my Second Life, in December 2008. He was my mentor, friend, and someone very special in Second Life who has never been truly replaced. He was - still probably is - quirky, funny, helpful, annoying, and I was loving, funny, hormonal and moody. Never a lover of computing generally or even video games, I found Second Life incredibly difficult to learn, and if I hadn't met him, I would have left before the first fortnight was over. We haven't spoken for the best part of 10 years, and probably never will. But the memories he helped me to make in Second Life - good
  8. Second Life photos = real life memories. These are proper works of art, like they should be framed in a gallery! You've always had a special eye, can see something a lot of us just cannot. I don't think I will ever get rid of my collection of photos/memories from Second Life. I doubt many/any would be worth framing, although one or two I did have sent to me as glossy postcards and they now serve as bookmarks.
  9. Group dancing was always so much fun. (Probably still is!).
  10. @Undertaker Colman (I will learn German one way or another )
  11. I am in awe of how young KB was when she wrote this song (13 apparently), and her videos are fab.
  12. This post makes me laugh so much. Reminds me of how someone on a Facebook group I'm in took my real life school photo and put it onto the front of a train, because I am that ugly I look like a train. When I was 15, I might have been upset. I laughed. People are so creative/destructive. Everyone should have a hobby. And if they're doing whatever behind locked doors with virtual photos of our virtual selves, as least they're not on the streets causing mayhem.
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