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dollification: the process of evolving, mentally and physically, into a "living doll."
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 Post subject: Innocence and Experience
PostPosted: Mon Sep 14, 2009 9:08 am 
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Do you have a preference for one over the other, in a partner or prospective partner?

Please feel free to interpret the question as broadly as you wish.

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 Post subject: Re: Innocence and Experience
PostPosted: Mon Sep 14, 2009 11:21 am 
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willingness trumps experience, especially with a doll, where "Programming" by previous owners can be as much a hinderance as a benefit.
Innocence is like that giant icecream on the menu. It looks so inviting and delicious, and of course it's enjoyable to start with, but by the end, you've got a slight sick feeling, and the possibility of guilt and regret the next morning

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 Post subject: Re: Innocence and Experience
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I would say that "innocence" might be easier and more appealing to work with. But experience doesn't seem like a real obstacle.

As for the ice cream analogy...I never regret my idulgences.


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 Post subject: Re: Innocence and Experience
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Sithandra wrote:
I would say that "innocence" might be easier and more appaling to work with. .

I think you meant "appealing"
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 Post subject: Re: Innocence and Experience
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Indeed. Believe it or not, I am actually literate, but I am a lousy typist, and from time to time I fail to proofread. I shall edit my post

I suppose the question of what is appalling to work with could be a thread unto itself.


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 Post subject: Re: Innocence and Experience
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Sithandra wrote:

I suppose the question of what is appalling to work with could be a thread unto itself.

I have an extensive list and am prepared to name names
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 Post subject: Re: Innocence and Experience
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Hmmm, that is a very good question, but also one that is given our content Dollification easy to respond to.

Innocence would be very nice, as would experience, but as a Toy Maker I would want the innocence to be tempred by a small amount of experience so they may know what they are getting into and also have some intelligent input as to what they want from this.

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 Post subject: Re: Innocence and Experience
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I prefer my innocence would be my owner's innocence too. I don't like people who call themselves "experienced" because I think everyone is different so every owner should be the first for his doll :)

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 Post subject: Re: Innocence and Experience
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Experience can be important but innocence is a benefit. I'd be scared to have an owner who owned another doll, what if they get rid of you or you aren't as good. I'm too competative and would strive to be better than previous dolls. I would like to be someone's first and only doll.


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