Tash was surprised; most guys who send her private messages are usually sleazy geeks who think she'll become their online girlfriend. But this guy was different; he hadn't been smarmy or suggestive so far and actually seemed concerned about her impressions of his channel. She was sure she'd found someone online with more than half a brain, which was indeed a very rare occurrence.
so I guess I may as well ask…. a/s/l?
yeah I guess that would be acceptable. 17/m/Adelaide
wow… I live in Adelaide too
well that takes care of the L part….
would it be out of line to ask for the A and the S too? Heh.
oohh sorry. Yeah um 16/f/….Adelaide, as we've already established.
The power and confidence that online anonymity gives the user was what made chatting so appealing to Nick. He could talk to anyone about anything, and they wouldn't judge him because they didn't know him. He could become anyone he wanted, and choose from hundreds of different servers, with