Snopes.com Confirms Actual Girl in Sex Chat
You’ve done it a million times: logged in to a sex chat room and begun a steamy conversation with “HotChic” or “BabiCakes,” only to realize halfway through that you were talking to some guy named Hank who was nearly as old and desperate as you are.
There’s been a lot of debate as to whether there have ever been any real girls in sex chat. Some claimed they were imaginary, like dinosaurs and whooping cranes. Others said they were real but elusive, like Bigfoot. Now, thanks to a Chrislip lad, the mystery’s been solved.
Honor student Marc McNulty was looking at online photos from the Hubble Space Telescope when, as he explained to his parents, he accidentally entered a teen sex chat room. He began conversing with a young lady named “KewlGurl69” (not her real name).
“She started talking about horses, and about how she was a fan of Glee and Twilight,” explained Marc. “I was like, holy crap, I think I’ve got a girl here!”
He immediately contacted Snopes.com, the website dedicated to researching internet rumors. They took KewlGurl69’s online information, traced it, and discovered that the computer is indeed registered to a 17-year-old female on the East Coast. Her real name and location aren’t being released due to your age.
The discovery of a real girl has made Marc something of a hero to other cybernerds. Several Star Trek sites have already named him an honorary Starfleet admiral. Marc told his online friends that the biggest reward to come from this is an increased feeling of self-confidence. He said he expects that this experience will soon lead to a a real-life relationship with a girl.
Snopes.com jumped on this rumor and immediately red-flagged it. They say his chat with KewlGurl69 is as close as Marc will come to sexual congress with a female – at least a human one – until he’s at least 34.