Be a Good Lover on the Net
Netsex, or cybersex, is similar to phonesex; it can be thought of as interactive erotica. Your job is to be like an interactive porn novel for your l lover. For example: Alice: *smears whipped cream all over your chest* Bob: *smirks and smears chocolate sauce all over yours* The rules below are gender independent, and apply no matter what size your orgy is, from a coupling to a roman holiday. Swap out any gender terms for whatever your favorite is.
Learn to spell
Regardless of whatever picture they may have sent you, this is probably not the little hottie that you think you are talking to... Enlarge Regardless of whatever picture they may have sent you, this is probably not the little hottie that you think you are talking to... Spelling words incorrectly can be a big turn-off for many people, while spelling correctly is never a turn-off. Avoid netspeak at all costs.
For example, this is disgusting:
Alice: "OMG i totily suk on ur kok lolz!!111!"
This is hot:
Alice: "I slowly run my tongue down your neck."
The object is to paint an erotic mental picture in your partner's head that he or she will get off on, so your partner should not have to work to figure out what's going on, although you should feel free to let her mind fill in very minor details or even fill in the blanks.
For example, this is legit:
Bob: "I bury my face in your crotch, licking you *here*, licking you *there*."
Don't overdo that, however; if you're beginning, especially, you may want to avoid it entirely. Avoid doing anything like this at all costs:
Bob: "I do something with my hand."
This is good:
Bob: "I run my hand down your back."
Be realistic and creative
These are not mutually exclusive, and both are very important. Lack of creativity breeds boredom; lack of realism breeds disbelief.
Unrealistic and creative (bad):
Alice: "I split like an amoeba into two midgets, who climb on top of you."
Realistic and uncreative (bad):
Alice: "I fall asleep and snore."
Realistic and creative (good):
Alice: "I gently nip at your earlobe."
Only describe your own actions
Never describe your partner's; they're for him to work out. Few things ruin the mood like being coopted by your partner (control can be hot, but if your partner is writing for you, he's not controlling you, he's controlling someone else). It ruins the illusion.
This is unacceptable:
Bob: "I snap my fingers and you kneel between my legs."
This is ok:
Bob: "I snap my fingers and point between my legs."
A note on syntax
These are fairly common standards:
1) You can describe your actions by claiming to do them.
Bob: "I stand on my head."
2) You can put an action in between asterisks, denoting an action you take.
Bob: *stands on his head* <--- Note the use of third person.