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5 Chat Room "DON'Ts"
Mar 18, 2019
Free adult chat rooms can be a great way to have fun, make new friends, or even meet people in your area and hook up. When you're visiting our adult chats, however, it's important to keep courtesy, safety, and security in mind, to help ensure that you have the best and most successful possible experience.
- DON'T: Post dick pics unless someone asks. Your target audience -- typically women -- are already suffering a constant barrage of these, and we assure you, there is nothing special about yours. Instead, try to make any public content you post appealing, or at least inoffensive, to everyone, and any make sure that any private content you share is wanted by the intended recipient.
- DON'T: Share your email address, Skype, Kik, WhatsApp, or other service handles in public. Not only does this add annoying clutter to the rooms that can drown out more productive or interesting chatter, but you may open yourself up to scams, hacks, or other attacks. Furthermore, you may be perceived by others to be a scammer or spammer, and subsequently be ignored or moderated.
- DON'T: Mass-message every woman in the room. When you do this, the messages you send will probably be of low quality and repetitive, or will be thoughtless copy-and-pastes. When messages are not specifically tailored to the person receiving them, they won't be interesting, and probably will not receive responses. This is why you see so many desperate guys stuck in an endless cycle of repetitive trawling for any attention they can get -- and not getting anything.
- DON'T: Accept all attention as positive attention. We do a pretty good job of keeping out spam and scams, but if you're getting messages from someone sharing pictures of women that are way out of your league, showing you all the attention you came for with no effort on your part, it might be too good to be true. Be wary of any links these suspicious persons may send to you, and don't take them up on immediate offers to move the conversation to another venue, such as other chats or outside messaging apps.
- DON'T: Be hostile to other chatters. Other users in the room should be viewed as potential friends, not as competitors. If you don't respect your fellow chatters, they won't respect you, and you will develop a reputation among the regulars as someone to never try to chat with. Once that happens, your identity is burned, and you'll have to start over, but being a fresh newbie is just as hard, until you establish yourself. Hopefully then you won't make the same mistakes!