A ps home relationship? I thought they were a myth. I have a gf in rl, but I don't mind getting a home one. How do you go about it without getting like "perv" or "reported." Maybe I should try.
You could try this thread. It seems to have been discussed pretty thoroughly there. Good luck!
I guess its a bit of a happy thing for those that found a relationship & more on home, I myself thought
it would not be the smartest thing to go around looking for someone to date because of the way
its organized-or not. I don't think it's very dumb though, I prefer full dating profiles elewhere online,
it's easier to check out likes/dislikes, compatibility, etc.
Thinking about it, now is actually better for dating on home to happen than in earlier years- before there were spaces like the theaters, Granzella's Beach/Hideaway Island, & other places where home dating could be fun. However I do see the occasional date heckler, though it's rare it happens in such a way I always assume they're jealous or stupid (or both), maybe they want the same but can't find it.
Maybe they could have a specific singles space, meet & match, that goes with something like being required to be registered at some website like homesingles.net with its own TOS, & no x7 isn't that sort of space, it's a CLUB, to get in that requires other things. I know it really isn't going to happen but its just an idea.
I have never made a pass or "hit on" anyone in home & it's not likely to ever happen, because the world of gaming is always evolving & keeping up is a fun challenge, but I wouldn't rule out the possibility of someday having a future relationship.
If physical contact is so important to you why not go down to the animal shelter and rescue a stray dog or cat.
He says "woof" (thanks)
Awww... did something happen to his paw? It looks like it might be splinted. Am I the only one that noticed this?
Sorry I missed your post before. He got bit by a copper head on our morning run. Normally it's not a big deal to get bit by copper heads, because unlike rattle snakes (which are also pit vipers) copper heads typically give a dry or semi dry bite when making a defensive strike. But this was an unusually large copper head, and my dog is still a puppy (big puppy, but a puppy just the same), and he went limp pretty fast. Making it worse was that we were out on a ranch and my truck was easily over a mile away.
Fortunately it all turned out OK (and I think he enjoyed getting pampered during recovery), he only lost some of his skin and flesh on his foot, and now he has a cool tattoo to impress the other dogs in the neighborhood with.
Now he is back to normal and digging up holes...
(thats his... "Dirt? What dirt? Please let me in" look
Sony's PlayStation Home updated mission statement...
"Like it never happened"
- Stand for something better than mediocrity and don't disguise it as adequate, when clearly it is far from that to anyone willing to be objective and unbiased. -