Skype sex chat with stranger
The first thing I was asked was “asl” – meaning what is my age, sex and location. On the second test, I ended up in a brief chat with a young man, a software developer from India.Well, that is what he said but that’s the thing – who really knows?Using video chat requires that your computer’s IP address is made available to the stranger’s computer: “Omegle video chat requires a direct connection to be made between your computer and the other user’s computer…”This is the warning received when initiating an unmonitored video chat:5.At the end of an Omegle chat, users have the option to save the chat’s log and share the link.
It always interests me to hear how people from different parts of the world have different viewpoints. We have fictional Characters that are supposed to be Chinese on TV and in movies.
I don't believe that they are accurate of real life. Their manner is very casual, also their behaviour is very childish. Amercians are very friendly and kind, it is very easy for them to make friends worldwide. Amercians pay great attention to time, everything they do is basd on schedule. pace of life is very quick which makes you love KFC or Mac Donald haha my impression~~~~by the way, actually actors like Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan can not represent our real life in China, few people have kungfu in China.
I would be interested in hearing what stereotypes people in China have of Americans . I don't know what acting "like a child in social activities" means. Some of the social activities I am part of are formal and would bore a child to tears (I know this because I have a child).
You know I really want to share some opinion of Americans from a Chinese eyesight. haha Our understanding of Amercian come from Internet, movie and our American teacher, that is very unilateral. A while ago, as part of a language exchange, I read an article (in Spanish) by someone from Latin America describing how we Americans viewed the world.
so I guess if I share that with you, you would feel very funny. I would enjoy hearing the stereotypes that Chinese people have of Americans. I didn't agree with many parts of the article. I have a few friends who are second or third generation Chinese (meaning their parents or grandparents were born in China).