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    Apr 09, 2007 2:08 PM GMT
    I just bought a web cam and have mixed feelings and experiences with it. I originally thought it would be a good idea to meet people and get to know each other better, and why not, experiment a bit to get closer when distance is an issue and before going to the next level. Kind of get mixed reactions from people. Am I nuts? Is there people who think like me?
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    Apr 10, 2007 3:44 AM GMT
    In the summer of 2003, my weight peaked at 190 pounds (a lot of fat and not a lot of muscle.) And, for validation, I had started hanging out on one of those webcam sites where you can watch other people and be watched. I had figured out that if I mounted my webcam up high, and I leaned back in my chair, the flab would flatten out, and it looked like I had a smooth swimmers build. One day, in September, I wasn't thinking, and while on camera, I leaned forward to grab something from the back of my desk, and some bitchy queen in the chatroom commented that I needed a C-cup (i.e., a bra).

    I immediately shut the camera off, and bawled my eyes out. But, a month later, I weighed 10 pounds less, and a few months after that, I hit 160 before muscling up to my current weight of ~187. I haven't used my webcam since that day, and I have mixed feelings about that whole scene. There are cruel, heartless people out there, and I would prefer to not interact with them. On the other hand, that bastard gave me exactly what I needed to change my life for the better. And, frankly, I was deceiving my audience, so it's not like I didn't deserve the comment.
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    Apr 10, 2007 7:46 PM GMT
    most people wanna see one thing, what between your leg!
  • canuckdave

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    May 03, 2007 4:46 AM GMT
    A web cam can be a great tool to figure out if that local guy is really who he posts he is. Saves a lot of wasted time on fakes, liars and phony people, and there's plenty of those on the net to go around.