So I usually go to bed or give my laptop to my sister around midnight, which is pretty early since I generally stay up until 3 am. Well, I am sitting here now at 1:50 am and no one is online. Therfore, I cannot roleplay since there is no one to reply to my posts. First world problems, I know, but seriously??? I have joined six roleplays, but only two are actually going anywhere. All the others are u/c so no one can post. It used to be that you made a roleplay in no more than half an hour and people joined, no problem. Now it takes a week or more to set up a roleplay. No wonder people are joining my role plays.
I had answered to this one where the girl was looking for people to join prior to having the thread even started. They needed five boys and no one had volunteered yet, other than one guy. So I say "You can add me as one of the guys." Second one, right? Well, I check today, and all the male spots have been claimed by others, even though the girl had targeted the replies to the men at me and others. My question is, why, when someone offers to help you out, do you replace them with somebody who was hesitant to help you? Seems rather rude, if I say so.
Then I made a Yuri roleplay, which three others have now joined-
Speaking of which, if you're going to start a roleplay, shouldn't you have your character there??? I joined this one today and I'm the only one. The two owners don't even have characters yet. it's by Linny_Kinny, but I honestly can't remember the name right now. It's some messed up love triangle thing.
Back to what I was saying before.... I now have four people posting on my roleplay "The Roses of Engelwood". Trust me, I know the title is pretty stupid and there isn't much story, but come on, al girls! Anyway-
I don't get why guys don't join Yuri RPs. Sure, you have to wait until something happens, but still. some guys like girl on girl, and yet only girls join. Then it just becomes some sappy thing.
Yaoi is much more fun to RP because it keeps going. It's girls and all the gay guys, which is a broader audience than Yuri, since Yuri only seems to attract lesbians.
Another thing is when you are assigned to fall in love with this person or what not. What if I don't like the person? I'm not going to make Evan, or Frankie, or Tory, or Jasper fall in love with some d**k/b***h. For some reason though, even when we aren't assigned to do whatever, those people seem to find me. So Evan is in the library, I highly doubt your punk, bad-boy character would be studying in the library. Does that make any sense?
Well, I better go before I break the keyboard with my face. (Fall asleep on it.) Bye, Dudes!