Don't Fake Love - Keep It Real

Please don't pretend to love someone just to save their feelings. It's only going to get worse for both of you as time goes on. Be up front and honest, as soon as possible, and everyone can walk away before someone get's emotionally hurt. Ladies, don't be afraid of the guy getting aggressive towards you because you want to dump him early on in the relationship. Being a guy myself, I can tell you (from hanging out with other guys and talking to them about girls) that there isn't as many aggressive guys out there these days as most girls think there are. Especially if you don't let their heart get involved.

In fact, it is for this very reason that guys become players, and refuse to get their hearts involved, because deep inside, they just don't want to get hurt, from a girl that waits to dump them, until after their heart get's involved. Just being a player is (in my opinion) an inhuman act. It's really no different then the neighbor's dog stopping by for a quickie with your dog, and then leaving. Ladies, let's reduce the number of players out there, by telling it like it is, keeping it real, and dumping him before anyone's heart get's involved.

I welcome your opinion

Stephen Robinson
The Social Web Analyst


What's TagWorld good for, heh?

What's TagWorld good for, heh?

Places like TagWorld, without any immediate interaction with other people, such as instant messenger, groups, or live stream, just seem to have that empty feeling to it. Like walking through a deserted town, with the tumbleweed rolling by. And i also feel unattached when it doesn't have any staff interacting with the members. Like calling a help line, only to end up talking to someone else that also called the help line.


I try to give TagWorld the benefit of the doubt, but this has gone beyond doubt. TagWorld is like an empty bag of quality potato chips, setting on the shelf with all the other bags of chips. It looks good from the outside, but once you pick it up and look inside, it's very easy to put it back down and walk away. I can't imagine that place ever thriving or flurishing. It's like people go there as a last resort, instead of just turning off their computers and walking away to find something else to do.


Stephen Robinson
The Social Web Analyst