Tipping on SF Will you use the Tip system and How?
Posted Sat Mar 26, 2011 01:50 PM
So the recent addition of the tip list thanks to the request from a couple of the local super stars has given me pause to think.
I know I have been the highly greatful and thoroughly undeserving recipient of a gift from one lovely member of this forum,
whom I still thank sooooo much for helping me get an 84% (so far) in one of my university courses thanks to the gift of books.
But having looked at a couple of "Tip Lists", which are amazon wish lists linked to accounts so VIPs can be tipped for things,
most feature sex toys.
So it got me wondering;
Will you tip?
Would you tip?
Have you tipped?
What do/would you buy?
and why would you tip?
I currently am living hand to mouth and surviving off my parents monetarily wise, so I would not be able to tip right now, but I would tip
however I am not really the sort to tip for a sex show.
I am sure that is what most people tip for, they give the women on here who are gracious enough to let us see their bodies, the rewards
they could undoubtably get on a pay perview site in the form of the wish list adds.
However it has been suggested that people could get tips for advice, or other things.
Would you tip someone for advice? how much would you spend?
Would you tip someone for a story written to your desires?
Tell me about you and your tips, what, why, when, how and who?
Also what would you put on your tip list?
Posted Sat Mar 26, 2011 03:09 PM
so I guess just random acts of kindness wins my vote.
I was gonna make a funny wishlist just for fun and to be a goofball..but the person I was talking to while I was thinking of doing this asked me if I would feel bad if someone DID buy me something off of it... and well yea..it would make me feel bad..so I scrapped the idea for now. lol
This post has been edited by Jewelz: Sat Mar 26, 2011 03:11 PM
Posted Sat Mar 26, 2011 03:23 PM
I was wondering if people would tip me for custom sex erotica stories.
Also, what do you think jewelz about keeping my wishlist items below a like £10-15 limit, so nothings over 30 dollars.
Posted Sat Mar 26, 2011 03:32 PM
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And I have a few... need/wants, things I can live without, but that will benefit me.
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Posted Sat Mar 26, 2011 04:23 PM
I have already turned my tipping thing off, I think its a nice idea however i would feel incredibly guilty if someone got me something for simply hanging around online, if a IRL friend offered to buy me something just because i was friendly with them i wouldnt take it and that idea carries over to the internet.
Although i could use a great big 40" LCD tv...
As for tipping someone else, maybe like if they had an album on their list and i got along with them really well or if it was a close friends birthday then maybe i would tip, time will tell.
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Posted Sat Mar 26, 2011 04:45 PM
Then I went back and forth in my mind about it all and just couldnt keep it on my page. I wouldnt judge anyone that had a list either, and wish them the best.
But like others have said i dont want rewarded for being a friend or giving advice. And i really dont want a gift cause I put on a show or something like that.
To me a Thank You on my page goes along way. They are free and easy to give. But always put a smile on my face
Posted Sat Mar 26, 2011 05:13 PM
Its a new feature and most new things take time to get used to, im sure you not the only one with a list up and im sure there are people with items on those lists that arent sensible like yours.
Posted Sat Mar 26, 2011 07:44 PM
I didnt know it could be removed. I'll be removing mine at once.
Posted Sun Mar 27, 2011 06:04 AM
Admittedly I would feel guilty if a friend on here who could not afford to buy me something felt like they had too,
But if a friend or stranger with a spare bit of cash can help assuage the fact I have no money in my bank account
and a debt that is growing with uni work... well... I am just a greedy sod
But I do understand the arguments you're putting forward and I would hate for this website to become a pay site *cause I couldn't afford it*