- Why are they here?
- What would they miss most if it disappeared?
- What is your favorite RolePlaying Fantasy?
- Who’s the most successful person you’ve met at imvu, however you define it, and why? (I’ll give you a clue, that the point isn’t who they say but why)
- What advice would they give to someone new and starting out in IMVU?
You should also realize that these are conversation questions, designed to foster an interesting conversation. It’s not what they say that matters as much as that it creates an interesting conversation that lets you open up and get closer.
Many people are also a mix of things. You can have fun playing or want sex in any of the other higher levels too. And role playing can take on a lot of forms, from vampires, werewolves, and an endless variety of creatures and groups. Relationships can also take on much more variety in cyberspace and they often progress at internet speed as well.
Probably the pinnacle of relationships is the IMVU marriage (although marriages like everything else here, can take a wide variety of forms), which was a very foreign or surprising concept when I first saw it. Sure it’s a virtual world (or “game” for the cynical) but the people are real. And if you’re not ready for it, the degree to which these sexy little cartoon characters get into your heart, will surprise you. These are real people and they can really get to you, in a virtual kind of way.
An easy test to see what stage (or stages) you’re in is to ask yourself, if IMVU (and every alternative) disappeared tomorrow, what would you miss most? If you won’t miss much, you were probably still in the curiosity stage. If you miss the rooms, furniture, dances and clothes, you were in the playing stage. If you miss the sex it’s pretty self explanatory what stage you were in, but if you’ve been here a while you’ll probably realize that the most important thing is the relationships. That’s why I say that underneath everything else, IMVU is really about relationships.
Don’t ask too many questions about real life. Protect your personal information and yourself and respect other people’s privacy. Their work for example, is kind of like politics and religion. It’s OK to ask general questions about their situation or status (married or single in virtual or real life) but don’t get into too many other areas unless they invite you.
IMVU is an insane place that’s all about chatting, dancing, meeting new people, beautiful sexy cartoons, shopping, sexy clothes, strip clubs, parties of every description, and of course lots of sexiness, all in a reasonably safe virtual way. But the real secret that some people never figure out or that at least takes time to realize, is that under all that, IMVU is really about relationships. My webpage is designed to share both a little about one crazy milf’s perspective on IMVU and the unique Virtual Relationships that grow here.
Virtual relationships can also be amazingly powerful and develop much faster here in this crazy world than in real life, without all of the distractions and nuisances of real life. They seem like they’re built on pure emotion. That makes them grow faster but unfortunately they can also be less stable than real life ones too. Look around a little bit and I hope this is helpful in some small way.