My personal bone of contention with how it’s usually presented (and the reason I don’t typically talk about it) always was that so much of the role-playing I saw being taught – all of it, really – was routine-based; you had to memorize some specific form of role-play, and then remember to use that with women. Yet, over time I’ve found myself using role-playing more and more, naturally and without a routine, yet with several underlying themes that guide my role-playing and help me do it naturally and place it where appropriate into the conversations I find myself in with women.
That’s a terrible idea, especially with Original Characters.
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Soon, I discovered the Neopets role-playing forums.
They housed a mishmash of every theme and universe, from “Harry Potter” to “Lord of the Rings.” People even role-played as their own Neopets, adding human characteristics to them.