If I feel like it, I disable the specific chat channel that most of this sort of content is broadcast in, and I don't have to look at it again. I'd say the image of Zaboo typing on Codex's butt as she shakes it and saying "We've got keyboard chemistry" is a good indicator. It sounds more suggestive of the appeal of gaming rather than any actual in-game sex. The dancing and everything isn't emulating what's in the game - it's emulating gaming itself. There's some of the "chainmail bikini" style armor but that's relatively rare. I know it's a joke, but part of the joke is the sexy.The closest thing is that some of the dances the characters do with the /dance emote could be called provocative. the female troll dance is inspired by Shakira's dance moves). Even the /kiss emote reads "You blow a kiss to this music video from "The Guild" which is obviously about the lives of a bunch of Wo W players, seems to imply there is sexual content I'm not seeing it. I'd say the image of Zaboo typing on Codex's butt as she shakes it and saying "We've got keyboard chemistry" is a good indicator. After doing exhaustive (3 searches on You Tube) research, I have discovered: 1. In any event, it sounds as if there is no sexy in Wo W, which was what I was asking about. Oh, there's also this, by the same folks: Do You Want To Date My Avatar? v=ur Nyg1ft MIU&NR=1) Yeah, but that doesn't mean there's anything sexy in Wo W.She was raised by liberal boomer parents who came of age in the sixties.
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I’m all for a little flirting, but it seems like the internet puts no barriers on what a person will say.
I mean, if I met some guy at a party, after a little flirting, he wouldn’t tell me how hard his C$(K is, now would he?!?!