LOL.shoot i've been comin to teen chat for years and years now and i've gotta hand it to em they flat out know how to keep things interesting round here. Teen chat gives all a place to vent, chill out and meet amazing people everyday. I'm always on teen chat, so maybe I'll talk to you one day.But have you ever thought about what kind of first impression you make by telephone?
if you don't love it you ain't in the right room thats all there is to it. I've been using teen chat for about a year and a half, and i love it. everyone has a home here just a matter of findin it. I guess everyone else says that this site is the bomb. haha You meet people and just chillax with other people and talk about weird things or nothing at all right well find me in redneck chat (Farmboy) check you later Teen chat is wicked! My myspace has filled with friends, and also my msn. Loads of people always in the chat rooms, theres no gettin bored on here someone will get in convo with you, also great place to meet new mates, iv made a mate on her before its awesome! In the early stages of getting-to-know-you, everything you say is used to project what type of person you are. Use that vague question to give an intentional response, to share something about yourself that you deliberately want him/her to know. It says you are fitness oriented (you run), you’re the type of person who has sustainable relationships (you’ve maintained a friend for 20 years since college), and you’re an energetic, positive person (I’m great! ).” Obviously don’t make anything up (i.e., don’t say you went running if you really didn’t! Don’t grill: Getting someone to talk about him/herself is not the same thing as peppering him/her with frequent or mundane questions. Don’t ask more than one question per minute (inject comments and reflections in between questions to minimize the quantity of questions, making it a real conversation, not Q&A session). He did the Top Ten Reasons for things overheard waiting in line to see Avatar…. ” Asking someone to guess something is a great way to flirt and keep things interesting. So sorry about that, I was really enjoying our conversation….What I’m seeing as a matchmaker in this new dating decade of 2010, is that many first dates never happen because the guy or girl had a negative impression of you via phone.
Note that I used the word “impression” because it’s not about who you really are: it’s about someone stereotyping you before they get to know you, based on little things you might say, or not say, that usually don’t reflect who you are deep down. After interviewing more than 1,000 single men and women for my new book, “Have Him At Hello,” I have 9 tips to help you shine on the phone: 1. Be fun: If there’s a lull in the conversation flow, try to be fun and spark some banter. Relax him/her: Make the person feel relaxed and confident by acting happy that s/he called and giving positive feedback on their conversation skills (even if his/her phone skills aren’t great-the initially shy or awkward ones usually make better partners in the long run than the instantly slick, charismatic ones! For example, tell someone, “I had a rough day at work, but your call cheered me up! Know when the party’s over: End the conversation quickly when you sense the energy level drooping.