A r t h r o g r y p o s i s - +
The thing I find the most intriguing about the internet is its ability to hide people's identities. I mean think about it for a second. Here's a common scenario: A single, slightly overweight, young man goes online and immediately logs onto his favorite chatroom SWFs under the name Chewy999. He's like a predator looking for his next prey whom he thinks he has found in _Barbiegirl_. He wants a girl/woman he can talk to and maybe fall in love with, so he starts this romantic conversation with her. He says he's lean and muscular, and that he's clean. (Notice: he's none of these). He talks about fate, and she says that she thinks she likes him; that the two of them have so much in common. This seems so romantic, but here's the catch and the point of my analogy. From my little description of Chewy999 we know he's not being truthful to _Barbiegirl_, but neither is she. Actually she is a he and also happens to be a pedophile. Pretty grim, huh. Appearences, especially those over the internet, are never what they seem. I admit my example is a bit extreme but I think it makes sense when you consider what I'll say next. (Did I ever mention that I love to be sarcastic ::grins::)
what is amc exactly?
an attempt to overcome one's disability.
listen, she looks as if she has been crying.