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Celine_xo, Brisbane, 18 - total posts: 8
uuuhhh don't it irritate you when people ask stupid azz questions such as "Where are you from?", "How old are you?" like bruh they created a whole azz bio for your profile for a reason go actually read it for once in your life. Shlt it obviously shows my age and where I'm from on my profile.. how tf are u blind enough to not see my profile yet your able to send me a message smh sorry I needed to get this shlt off my chest. - Dec 10 2018
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SpecialT21, Leuven, 17 - total posts: 12
it's ok. people can be very stupid at times - Dec 10 2018
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Puppy14, Delphos, 15 - total posts: 34
The people who ask that are catfish and fake - Dec 10 2018
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Celine_xo, Brisbane, 18 - total posts: 8
Originally posted by : SpecialT21
it's ok. people can be very stupid at times

Heck yeah seems like half the people that message me are retarded or just don't know how to act like a normal human being - Dec 10 2018
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SpecialT21, Leuven, 17 - total posts: 12
sounds like a good definition of the internet - Dec 11 2018
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Jemz_2O7, Warrnambool, 17 - total posts: 18
I guess its cus people start adding without actually taking the time to know who your are as a person
 
- Dec 22 2018
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NinjaForest, Columbus, 17 - total posts: 40
I mean, there can be a point to be made for both sides. If you write a bio and people read it, they get a brief synopsis of you and your life. This allows them to see you before they know you to see if you would work with them and their personality. On the other hand, it would mean that questions like "Who are you, where are you from" would be taken out of their roster and those are often the questions that people write earliest as Ice Breakers. So, it is more of a personal preference if they read it or not as it is about the social standing of the person. If you are shy, you want more questions to ask to get the other person to open up. If you are curious, you read then ask more questions from there. - Dec 25 2018
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-RNA-, Sacramento, 17 - total posts: 10
Originally posted by : NinjaForest
I mean, there can be a point to be made for both sides. If you write a bio and people read it, they get a brief synopsis of you and your life. This allows them to see you before they know you to see if you would work with them and their personality. On the other hand, it would mean that questions like "Who are you, where are you from" would be taken out of their roster and those are often the questions that people write earliest as Ice Breakers. So, it is more of a personal preference if they read it or not as it is about the social standing of the person. If you are shy, you want more questions to ask to get the other person to open up. If you are curious, you read then ask more questions from there.

I agree. Many people on here tend to lack energy, and/or the ability to keep a conversation. Asking those questions, like Ninja Forest said, is an icebreaker for more better questions to potentially come. - Dec 25 2018
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NinjaForest, Columbus, 17 - total posts: 40
Yes, there is a reason I keep my profile short and sweet. It gives people the impression I leave when they first talk to me, but it is open ended. If we just leave the audience wanting more, it works a lot better because you don't have to repeat information, and people don't have to read as much information. - Dec 25 2018
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KyleB2003, Sexsmith, 16 - total posts: 6
Preach - Dec 29 2018
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Landon2, Forest, 14 - total posts: 23
I believe some of those people are just trying to not sound like they been stalking u or some other crazy $h1t - Jan 12 2019
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6leaker, Stanwood, 21 - total posts: 156
Wow this post is old lol but I guess I'll add in my 2 cents.

Celine_xo since you're the poster of this thread I'll use you as an example.

Let's say I'm interested in you and I want to go ahead and take that next step and send you a message. Well that's the hardest part. Yes you say where you're from, your age, your height, and why you're here but you don't really give me much to message you about.

I could go with the simple "hey" but that never goes anywhere. I could say "hey I got that melanin skin, sounds like I'm your type!" but that's borderline creepy. I could lie and tell you how interested in anime I am, but I'm not.

I guess that leaves me with saying "hey, love the usage of Snapchat filters!" but I doubt that'll go anywhere lol. Asking your age even though clearly listed could bring more into conversation such as how much more school do you have left? You planning on college? If so what for? What made you choose that? Etc. etc. As far as where you live, they might know something interesting in that town and say "oh no way! my buddies and I were there and we found this super cool ______, have you been there?"

Anyway, that's my take on it. - Jan 12 2019
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6leaker, Stanwood, 21 - total posts: 156
Double post - Modified on:  Jan 12 2019
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Persephone-, Pittsburgh, 20 - total posts: 33
Boys will be boys. Do you actually expect more from hrny teenagers on a "dating" site? These boys are still jizzing to women's panties, asking them to read a bio is too much. - Modified on:  Jan 23 2019
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Hoetel, Pennsylvania Furnace, 20 - total posts: 1
Personally it depends if I have my glasses on or not but I get you - Jan 24 2019
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