I Seek You

Posted on | July 9, 2014 | 5 Comments |

Since I first got my own computer - shortly after moving out of home at nineteen – I’ve chatted online. From the early days using ICQ, through to MSN and Google Chat, I remain a nearly daily chatter, currently making use of Pidgin (PC), Xabber (Android) and various XMPP accounts.

When I first started to use chat I learned very swiftly what my comfort limits were. I liked talking with with friends – not strangers randomly bothering me, or the occasional bot. Hence I’ve always set things up so a request needs to be accepted first, and then we’re off :)

Whether it’s been for querying Apollo if we need milk; catching up with what Kiana’s been up to; saying hi to Hylas; or talking dirty with m’Lady, my chat focus is on the people who are important to me in some way. Currently my Pidgin has all of 20 people in it, arranged into four groups. (In days past, I’d have easily over 100, but I’ve gotten pickier over the years.) 

Random ‘A/S/L’ queries have never done it for me, whether in a message on a dating site or elsewhere. So if I’m chatting with you, you know I value you in my life: you’re someone that I want to keep up with more than regular Twitter updates, and definitely more than (very sporadic and mostly missed) Facebook news.

If I seek you out on chat? You’re important to me. But if you’re in my life and you seek me out? Even better.

Filthy chats from the past

Lingering Fingering (with Adonis)
Conversations with my Owner (with m’Lady Tethys)
Overwrought (with m’Lady)

Why chat is so important

Entitled / Property Renewal / Treasured Property (it’s part of my Title Deed)
Cyber Relating (keeping in touch in a long distance relationship)
Fear of Rejection (ways of communication)

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Want to chat with me? Drop me a line and I’ll give you my address.

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5 Responses to “I Seek You”

  1. Marie Rebelle
    July 10th, 2014 @ 5:41 am

    I’ve never heard of Pidgin or Xabber, but in the past I chatted on MSN and ICQ. I have only recently started using Skype again, but mostly forget to log in. I mainly use twitter for chats ;)
    I think those 20 people definitely know they are special to you :)

    Rebel xox

  2. Molly
    July 10th, 2014 @ 10:28 am

    Ahhh A/S/L probably the worst greeting EVER on chat.

    Mollyxxx

  3. sub-Bee
    July 11th, 2014 @ 9:34 am

    In the past I much preferred the random strangers chatting on MSN, I guess it was partly an ego boost. But now I much prefer the randomness of chatting to friends on twitter.

  4. Vinny
    July 13th, 2014 @ 1:47 pm

    Getting a computer in my twenties has been liberating for me spiritually, professionally and sexually … love it!

  5. Dee
    July 15th, 2014 @ 11:38 am

    Rebel – Both Pidgin and Xabber allow me to use multiple accounts and multiple chat types within them (so I can have an XMPP account, a google chat account, etc.). Very handy!

    Molly – No argument!

    sub-Bee – Twitter is awesome like that :)

    Vinny – I am very pleased to hear that. It certainly has made a difference for a lot of us, hasn’t it?

    xx Dee

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