Local Partylines in Oregon
- Portland-OR Party Line
- Eugene Party Line
- Salem Party Line
- Gresham Party Line
- Beaverton Party Line
- Hillsboro Party Line
- Medford Party Line
Can't jump through the hoops of conventional dating? Oregon Party Line will excite you so that you can take the first step and heat up the local Chat scene. On this chatline you get to socialize with local people, and it's simpler than you think with no strings attached!
Tip 1: Don't Spy: While having a fun conversation, try not to spy on the person with Facebook or Google, to see if the person is lying or being sincere, most people don't appreciate being spied on in any fashion. And if you do, avoid bringing it up, so you don't seem too desperate or interested. And reverse the situation, would you want someone to investigate you or your past and try to find out where you have been and with whom? Be confident and allow others to share their lives with you.
Tip 2: Don't Pry: If the person you are talking to wants to avoid certain questions or topics, just change the subject, don't pry as this action creates tension and usually can kill a conversation very quickly. Some people are not a good place emotionally to talk about past relationships or other past romantic situations, so if you get the signal that a topic is off limits, then be respectful and don't push it, because most don't appreciate information pried from them when they are not ready to share.
Tip 3: Protect Your Privacy: ?Your personal information is kept in the strictest of confidence. The only information available to other Party Lines callers is the information you provide them. Try to use a codename or handle that is cute and friendly, or sexy and enticing, but does not give away personal information about you until you are ready to make that move yourself. Privacy is key to having a fun and safe time.
Tip 4: Don't get political: This is a party, think about the fun and social things you would talk about at a cocktail party. Don't get too heavy handed or political so quickly and most people find this a turn off, or over-zealous behavior. There are many venues for political and for social demonstrations and for popular belief, but chat lines are usually not the place to share those kind of opinions. A way to turn people off is to force your perspective on others, so the best way to be successful, is to be respectful, bite your tongue and change the conversation to something more fun.