@Div Yes, i got a fridge to look after them so they don't have to go to waste and be turned into delicious meals.
Here's a gif of a vegan preparing a meat dish
there is no old times, it's an illusion.
New users will be saying the same in a year, they make a few friends, have some fun in the topics and when their friends fade away, they'll be sad longing for the old times.
Tws survives based on random people hopping in and out and some sticking around for a while. this isn't facebook.
I'll help you turn your obsession for @WtfJudith into loving hamsters giving blowjobs to carrots.
I created this gif to help you make the transition
I agree, people shouldn't have to ask for ASL.
Everyone should have their ASL in copy paste and it should be the first thing that appears in chat.
It's called introducing yourself on a textbased chatsite
What would you do in real life? Just walk up to ANY person and start a convo? I don't think so. You make your choice on who you walk up to based on their sex, age and looks. It's always the first criteria.
You probably sit there, being silent, untill someone asks for your ASL so you can judge them based on solely that question because you fail to introduce yourself properly, and skip them. No doubt you have missed out on meeting nice people .
I used to chat in the ninetees, ASL was the most normal first thing to ask for or share.
Some of those ASL assholes are still friends to this day.
These days people are so difficult about everything. It's their way or the highway, good luck with that, lady.