Adult chat game bianca
In the "Pillow Talk Lounge" -- seemingly analogous to the chill-out room at a rave -- people hug, cuddle and kiss each other on the forehead.
Even in the "Basement," supposedly devoted to sadomasochism, you can find someone named "sunshine" posting, "sorry to hear that hon -- i know the feeling all too well ~soft sigh~ would you like a glass of wine?
"People would sit around our apartment and, you know, we'd just talk about whatever we wanted to.
Sometimes the conversation would turn to sex, and sometimes it would turn to what we wanted to eat." Thau and co-developer Christopher Miller, 30, designed the site to reproduce their Chicago apartment's atmosphere of freewheeling conversation.
In any case, I can't think of a duller pickup line than "horny husband in hotel," but to my surprise, Anna Marie asks him where he's from and what he's doing in the hotel.
After a little small talk, he's doing his lesbian best, "kissing you, my tongue trying to find an opening between your sweet lips." The scene develops slowly, and goes on for several minutes, building in intensity and reaching a satisfying climax.
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The founders wrote the software from scratch seven years ago and, without meaning to, not only invented Web chat but established a community that has turned into the world's biggest sex party.
"In the early days," Miller said, "Dave and I would have every single post in the site e-mailed to us.
One day we had 1,700 or 1,800 e-mails waiting for us that morning. ' Looking over some of the e-mail, we could tell that people had actually started to chat on that page." All the descriptive text is written in the cheerful, warm voice of Bianca, the site's avatar of love and tolerance.
" Ironically, the founders of didn't set out to create a sex site when they started out back in 1994.
"We just called it Bianca's Smut Shack because we thought it was kinda cute," said Dave Thau, 34, who started the site with friends who lived in or visited an apartment on Chicago's North Side.