Sunday, July 20, 2008

When Hoochie Mamas Go Bad

In my travels around the grid this week, I've witnessed several variations of the same conversation over and over. It always involves a female avatar who's profile shows she's been around for a bit and a male, an obvious newbie, still stumbling around Second Life, trying to sort things out. More often than not, the newbie doesn't boast English as his native tongue, furthering the opportunity for confusion.

The girl is always dressed in ghetto fabulous, $5 hooker attire. Her ass cheeks are proudly displayed as she crawls across the ground like a cat in heat and she's usually playing repeated "fuck me" cumslut gestures.

Hey, I'm not judging. I like to get a little freaky with my avatar on occasion myself.

The problem I have is when the clueless newbie sees this obvious display of hoochi-mama-ness and approaches Miss FiveDollaHooka and asks for sex... she gets OFFENDED.

Say what?

She gets upset, she scolds him on voice, ripping him a virtual new one. Her friends gather around because.. oh my Linden.. someone asked her for a blowjob. He apologizes, he can't understand why she's upset, she acted like she intended to be approached. I mean.. her profile is usually full of sexual innuendo and invitations for private messages.

Then .. and this is my favorite part... she says, "Would you act like that in your REAL life?"

Damn girl.. would YOU?

Let's try an experiment.. kay? Why don't you get all hoochied up like you do in Second Life and head down to your city's version of town square. If you don't have one.. try the bus station. Crawl around on the ground with your naked ass cheeks waving in the air. See how long it takes before some hobo with a dream hits that thing like it's the last ass on earth. I can guarantee, HE won't offer you the same courtesy as that newbie did and ask for permission first.

Hey I don't care if you're humping it up with every newbie on the grid. To each his own. But do you really have a right to get pissed off when you act like that?

Mama used to always say, "If you advertise, you can't discriminate."

That's my two cents worth for this week.

See ya on the grid.

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