Sunday, February 16, 2014

Video Suggestions- What NOT to do


The following conversation happened between myself and a person on MFC, through their mail system. He titled the message "Video Suggestion".

First, the conversation. He is in green with the > in front, I am in purple.

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> hey could you email me please i would like for you to make a video for me

Not sure why you needed me to respond before telling me, but what is it? 

> i never seee you on i would really like to see you cum with a big dilldo faceing the camera laying down how much ? please lmk when you can

Go to my clips4sale store ( http://clips4sale.com/store/42697 ) link on profile, blog, and website. There's a search keyword bar at the top. Enter dildo (only 1 l in dildo), and you'll find all the clips I've done with a dildo. Unless it says in the description, you can assume I'm facing the camera. Enjoy.

> oh ok but i wanted a custom one :sad

I don't do customs. I take suggestions for videos that I will post for everyone to buy., The places where I said you can send me suggestions specifically say I don't do customs.

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Next, the dissection.

His first mistake was requesting an email back before telling me what he actually wanted. That's not necessary. Just put your request in the first one. If that feels rude, open it with something else. 

"Hey Luna, how are you doing? I wanted to request a custom for you. Do you do customs?" Would've been acceptable. Or "Hey Luna, how are you doing? I had a video suggestion for you. Could you please do one in which you're lying on your back, facing the camera, using a large dildo in your pussy? Thanks!" 

The second mistake was calling it a suggestion when it's a request for a custom. I don't do custom requests. I rarely do videos, and when I do, it's important that I'm doing ones I feel like doing. So I look over the list of previous suggestions and my own brainstorm list, and I pick one that appeals to me. The reason this is important is because I am a terrible actor. So I need to actually be in to what I'm doing when I do it. I need to be excited about what I'm doing. Otherwise, you'll be able to tell that I'm not really enjoying it.

The third mistake was not looking at my video store and searching the keyword "dildo". Maybe he did, and he simply mispelled it. But since he wanted a custom (translation- I want you to do a private for me, but recorded instead of live), I doubt that.

I will not tell you who this was. I hope he's not embarassed or humiliated by this. He's not the only one to do this. He was simply the first one to make these mistakes in a format that was easy for me to copy paste. Usually, these mistakes are made in PM when I'm on camera, and I do not find the MFC archives to be very navigable. 

I doubt the sort of people to do this sort of thing will ever read this, but please don't let this scare you off. If you want a specific sort of video, it's simple. 

1. Go to my Clips4Sale store. After you verify that you're over 18, you will see the following at the top of the store:


The middle of those white bars says "keyword search". I've tried to be very thorough about putting all the keywords in that should be there. Search for it. If it's there, go ahead and buy it (you can mfc mail me about using tokens to purchase and camredeem to download, instead of going through the Clips4Sale store). If you see something that looks good, but you're unsure if it's what you want, message me explaining what you're looking for and which one you think is the one to buy, and I'll let you know if there's a better option. (Video Question is a good title. Remember the "for LadyLuna" if it's via email and not MFC mail.)

2. If your suggestion is not already a video, and not listed on the suggestions page on this blog, send me a message. Make sure the actual suggestion is in the one that's titled Video Suggestion. Bask in my thanks and admiration for your exquisite mind. If I happen to say that I'm not willing to do whatever your suggestion is, don't feel too bad. I've heard all kinds of weird shit, so it probably wasn't that out-there. I'm just picky.


Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Human Psychology


I've been doing a lot of thinking about a few different aspects of human psychology. Here's some of those thoughts.

The higher a person's IQ is, the more prone they are to depression. Why?

My theory is this: people with high IQ's look around the world and see the stupidity and selfishness of other people. They see the stupidity and selfishness in themselves. They are less able to believe excuses for these things that other people tell themselves. So they feel that the world is a shit place to live, and that people are shitty, and that it includes themselves.

People are inherently both selfish and giving.

All living organisms evolved from the initial protozoa. If you believe that, as I do, and most scientists do, then you believe that all organisms evolved from a creature whose only concern in life was it's own survival. This makes every living thing out there selfish. We have to be at least slightly selfish. After all, if no one is looking out for our needs, we will die. Who better to look out for your needs than you, yourself? The problem comes when people aren't taught to distinguish between need and want. Then, we say they are being selfish. But really, providing your own needs is also selfish, and it is also good. Selfishness is only bad when it hurts others needlessly, when it denies other people their right to life, liberty, or the pursuit of happiness.

But, like many other warm-blooded creatures, we also evolved to help each other. To cooperate, share our strengths, and build something greater.

Random- have you ever noticed that someone who is incapable of empathy is called "cold-blooded"? Cold blooded creatures don't seem to cooperate as much as warm-blooded creatures do. Oh sure, they'll cooperate with a mate to raise their offspring, but beyond that they don't form communities and pool resources. The cold blooded creatures who do cooperate are much more rare.

Back on topic- so we have evolved to not only provide for our own needs, but also to share our resources with the group. You see that in how, when getting rid of something, even the most selfish person will look to give it to someone else before throwing it out. "I don't want this anymore, do you want it?"

Everyone craves connections to other humans.

Humans are social creatures. We want to connect to another living being. It's why people who live alone get pets. It's why, when you hear about a sociopathic killer, there's always that one person in their life that they would do anything to protect. The difference is in how many people we want to connect with, and how deeply. The more deeply a person tends to connect to others, the fewer people they tend to want to connect with. Thus, people who have a ton of friends tend to be "shallow". They connect with all those people, but they don't have a very deep connection with them.

How we connect also changes. Some of us feel connections by giving gifts. Others by physically touching. Others by saying positive things. Others by doing something for someone else. Still others, simply by being together, doing the same thing. We all do all five of these things to feel connections with others, and feel connections to others who do these things for us. When the connection is strong enough, we call it "love". And most people would agree that a working definition for the emotion of love is that you value the other person's happiness. So, we feel connections to other people when we do things that make that person happy, and when they do things for us which make us happy. Which is why, in English at least, the word love is usually a verb, and sometimes a noun, but almost never an adjective*. The other emotions are adjectives. But not love.

*I say "almost never", because while I can't think of any instance in which love is used as an adjective, I'm not confident that it doesn't exist.