Free dirty chatlines
We don't get much spam here (that I've seen) so I couldn't resist. Does this mean we'll only get those people in here who actually would call those lines? Why would someone pay a fee to call a number to talk to a bunch of strangers or people who are pretending to be other people?
When I posted, I was debating whether to use that title or not. They are one of those things I could never understand.
I used to have a good friend who owned a chat line. But as of then, I had a pretty good idea of how it worked from the owner/operator POV.
Once the Customer enters the desired number of minutes the system auto-calculates the cost, creates a new transaction, then reconnects the call when the transaction is approved.
' but later admitted that it 'definitely works' when women make the first move, explaining: 'I'm never going to turn a girl down straight away if she comes to speak to me.'For Nick, 26, it was one of the classics that grabbed his attention when Dilly asked: 'Do you believe in love at first sight? ' Nick, who has a girlfriend, turned Dilly down but conceded it was a 'good' opening that would have worked if he was single. It doesn't effect my sense of masculinity.' Out-there: Dilly tried out a chat-up line about the apocalypse on Adam, 33, saying: 'If I was a zombie, I would eat you the most.' Adam said he struggled to take her seriously with the line but that it was 'nice' for women to make the first move and strike up a conversation Obscure: On meeting Ben, 25, Dilly asked: 'I was wondering if I can have your picture so I can show Santa what I want for Christmas? However he was impressed with the no-nonsense attitude and said he wouldn't turn a woman away And while Sebastian, 30, took a few seconds to figure out the line he agreed it 'made him feel appreciated' and liked that Dilly had approached him.