Finrod Ghennyn Posted June 13, 2011 Share Posted June 13, 2011 Anyone who is familiar with SecondLife wont be gasping when they hear a friend of them is dressing up like a 'Meerkat', playing roulette on his yacht, and raving in underground clubs.I guess it's probably best to avoid or ignore the question 'what is that SecondLife you play?', they generally don't understand. It's like most of the special experiences in our lives, the once you have to see for yourself. Still we try in our humble minds to explain in a sane way we all love to crawl up to our scriptspirited baby's, pets, and robots.The best explanation I found so far would be:" SecondLife is a playground for adults, where you can create instead of think. Along with a million others. "I never got too deep into the conversation, because things like this to the not understanding people are like a wedge. Its a thin line that either defines interest from geekyness. How have you're experiences been on telling or trying to explain your SL-life to IRL-people? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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