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Saigon's Bio and Free Webcam

Followers:
36
Birth Date:
Sept. 20, 1989
Age:
24
Sex:
Male
Interested In:
Women, Couples
Location:
Silently drifting through Chaturspace, turning up inside a box directly in front of your door
Language(s):
English
About Me:

WELCOME!

 


INTRODUCTION

I know not many people read bios, but for those who do, you'll find out quite a bit about me, and if you're willing to chat/up for a good conversation, you'll find out even more. Unlike many of the bios on here, this one is very detailed and variegated, containing a mixture of all sorts of aspects, including some humorous instances. Yes, I'm aware that it's (extremely) lengthy and may look like a nightmare to read, but it all stems down to content quality and not volume. Furthermore, there are some points that are definitely well worth looking at, so if you're interested in wanting to read it, go for it, plus there's a nice surprise that awaits you at the end!

As I can't really offer anything exciting and stuff, besides tokens of course, and due to the simple issues of online privacy, with the Internet being threatened and fucked up from all directions, I will never broadcast on this site, period.

With the above "intervention" out of the way, let's get down to business! I'm into a multitude of different things ranging from general sex, BDSM, squirting to rarities such as pregnancy, lactation and extreme penetrations (including extreme insertions), enjoying the former two while they last before things return to "normality", in addition to much much more. I am, however, disgusted by things such as urolagnia/urophilia (anything urine-related such as urination itself and urophagia), coprophilia (anything associated with feces such as defecation and coprophagia, a la 2 Girls 1 Cup) and emetophilia (anything vomit-orientated which includes emetophagia, the consumption of vomit).

The experiment lasted for a grand total of 451 days! Experiment 2 coming soon!


ACQUAINTANCES & ALLIES

Here is a list of some of the rooms I have visited in which I have made good acquaintances with the broadcaster(s), some of which I have modded for on various occasions, but who knows the list could expand in the future:

RULES FOR MODDING

I have been a moderator in various rooms for a considerable amount of time now, and after being inspired by Sqrtlvr and Banhammer's layouts for their rules of/for modding in their bios, here's my list:

  1. First and foremost, NEVER beg or blackmail someone into becoming a moderator, especially if it's your first time in a room or if a broadcaster explicitly states that they are fully capable of moderating their room on their own/by themselves, but even more so if you're a freeloading grey, because in most cases it's a gimmick they use to try and get a free show at the expense of blues, using being moderator as an excuse from being exempt from tipping, which is just plain wrong. Prove that you are mod-material by helping take care of the room, or even by getting to know a broadcaster; become acquainted with them to the point where you can develop a good level of trust between each other.
  2. As the legendary Uncle Ben once said, God rest his soul,

    With great power comes great responsibility


    The same prinicple applies to modding, since it is also a privilege. Be a good example to both greys and blues alike, and avoid breaking the room rules yourself and abusing your privileges as they seem fit. Don't get too carried away with your "modding authoritah" as it can lead to innocent people being accidentally silenced and may subsequently deter other people from chatting/coming into a room, reducing a broadcaster's viewing number as a consequence.
  3. Check to see whether a broadcaster has rules/policies fixed for their room for you to en before making up your own. If it's not clearly stated or implied, ask the broadcaster's preference on what can be said and what cannot.
  4. Before you silence someone, take a small moment and actually read their post(s) carefully before you make instant assumptions/wild accusations which may prove to be false otherwise.
  5. Don't take advantage of a broadcaster, especially if they are neophytes, or noobs if you will, to the site. It's up to them how and when they want do things, not you dictating things for them.
  6. It is absolutely 100% pointless silencing anonymous users since they can't chat. I've seen it being done several times in the past and it's just utterly ridiculous.
  7. Immediately silencing someone based on not speaking the same language as the room is, while ignorant on their part, biased to some degree. Saying things like "English please", as English is the most commonly used language on this site (obviously), may have no effect at all, so attempt to warn them once in whatever language they're using and if they prove to be persistent and all else fails, then silence them. In the end, it is at the broadcaster's discretion as to what to do in this type of predicament. Anywho, here's a short list of multilingual translations for "English please", namely a selection of the world's most widely spoken languages, which might be effective as early warnings:

    • French: Anglais s'il vous plaît
    • German: Englisch bitte
    • Spanish: Inglés por favor
    • Italian: Inglese per favore
    • Portuguese: Inglês por favor
    • Russian: Aнглийский пожалуйста
    • Chinese (Mandarin): 英语請
    • Japanese: 英語でお願いします
    • Turkish: İngilizce lütfen

    As an addendum to this, browse through the broadcaster's bio to see if there are any additional languages listed, in most cases besides English; try to avoid silencing people whose (primary) language isn't English that is on their list.

EXPECTATIONS AS A VIEWER

  • General Expectations
    As a viewer, I will treat people with utmost respect, the way I want to be treated in return. If a broadcaster persistently ignores my replies, which are usually of a friendly nature, in particular when their room isn't heavily full, due to either cronyism, prejudice or just general ignorance, I will simply not visit your room again, never! (in the words of Raplh Bighead, Never! Never! Never! Never!... etc, ad infinitum; there I go with the complex vocabulary again!). It doesn't really bother me nor would it probably bother you, so everybody's a winner, right? All I'm trying to be is friendly and if it just gets thrown back in my face, then that's what will happen.

    I will not pushed into immediately giving tokens to someone whose room I've just entered for the first time within the space of a couple of seconds; it makes me feel really uncomfortable in the room and I'm very susceptible to leave should a situation like that occur. I will not be pressured by anyone into donating tokens, especially by constantly-begging, freeloading greys, because at the end of the day, tokens are a voluntary gratuity as stipulated in the site's rules. I'm a lot more inclined to send tips to people who I gradually get to know or those whom I've engaged a good conversation with, i.e. just for being a great host, after all it is called "Chatur"bate for a reason, it's not just solely about the sex and the 'bating!

  • Following
    As with tipping, I have a greater tendency to follow someone on the basis of being an excellent host rather than do it for the sole purpose of watching people fuck each time they come on cam.

    Apropos, although I will always appreciate those who follow me, it's something that I'm not majorly concerned about, as ultimately it can be seen as being nothing more than a big popularity contest no different than Facebook, Twitter or any other social network. Don't be put off by the aforementioned comment, that's just my personal opinion. In conclusion, it's up to you whether you want to follow/unfollow me or not, and once again, I greatly appreciate those who do ^^ (plus there's a small treat in it for you at the bottom of the bio as a token of gratitude and just for fun!).

STANDARDS FOR RESPECT & BEHAVIOR

Will be updated in due time. Will contain stuff regarding bb, and all its variants, general common sense etiquette, complaining over penis size, breast size, pubic hair, RTFB (or RTMFBBYMFP) and more.


COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS

Here is a list of common misconceptions both site and sex-related:

  • Silencing ≠ Banning
    I keep seeing these two terms used interchangeably even though they refer to two completely different things. Silencing only prevents a user from chatting for 6 hours (or 20 minutes depending on if you're the broadcaster); they are still able to view, tip and even moderate whereas banning kicks a user from a room and they will be unable to return to that room for a period of 2 months. That being said, bans are not permanent and strictly speaking, when mods use the term "banhammer", in actuality it's "silence hammer"! (And in case you're wondering, yes, the text on the banhammer below is an allusion to the inscription on Thor's hammer in the comics!)



Whosoever holds this banhammer, if he be worthy, shall possess the power of a Mod

  • Asking Questions, Requesting & Demanding
    There is a subtle difference between the three which some people use interchangeably/misuse/get confused between every now and again:

    1. Questions typically end in question marks or implied to be in that manner, e.g. queries regarding token pricing.
    2. Requests, as far as I'm aware, usually start with "can I, could I, etc" and end with "please, plz, etc" (sometimes accompanied by question mark) and are usually not presumptuous and polite in tone.
    3. Demands simply lack both/either the question mark and please/plz parts and often have a rude or aggressive tone to them.

  • Moderators are exempt from tipping
    In no way true. Although ultimately it's up to the broadcaster, but in general, tipping is voluntary so there is nothing stopping them from doing so.

TIPPING STYLES

As a very generous person, I will tip from time to time, however, on odd occasions, depending what situations are like, I will try to be a bit experimental. I have introduced some tipping styles listed below which I eventually hope to test out in the future. The whole point of listing these tipping styles, the first and second types in particular, is to do it for fun and the fact that they increase rapidly, hence getting to a goal quicker. Before checking them out, just a small warning in advance:


☢ WARNING! ☢

As most of the styles are very mathematical (I'm an antiquar... I mean, a mathematician, dammit!), there will be a lot of complicated jargon, so if you feel that it would lead you on the verge of freaking out, just ignore/skip through most of it, though if you're interested in the mechanisms behind them or some of the terminology used, feel free to read through and who knows, you might learn something new!

  • Power Sum Polynomial Tipping Sequences (PSPTSs)
    Probably the hardest tipping style to explain, but despite it being extremely complicated and very difficult to comprehend, believe it or not it is the most commonly used tipping style on the site without people knowing it!



  • Geometric Tipping Sequences (GTSs)

    A geometric tipping sequence, or gts for short, is a collection of tips in the form of a (n−1)th-degree polynomial, which looks a little something like this:

    1+a+a2+a3+...+an−1


    Where a is the base and a∈[2,10] (aka between 2 and 10. I won't set a equal to 1 since it will just be the equivalent to makin' it rain), and n is the number of tips with n∈ℕ, in other words, anything more than 0, who knows what it could go up to...

    The total amount of tokens in an (a,n)-geometric tip, T, is given by:

    T = an−1
    a−1


    For example, a (2,10)-geometric tip has a base of 2, involves 10 individual tips and amounts to 1+2+22+23+24+25+26+27+28+29 = 1+2+4+8+16+32+64+128+256+512 = (210−1) ⁄ (2 −1) = 1024−1 = 1023 tokens. To summarize, and simplify to a lesser extent, if a=2, it doubles each time, a=3, it triples, a=4, quadruples, so on and so forth.

  • Factorial tipping sequences (!-TSs)

    Very tricky to explain. But before that, an quick explanation of what a factorial is; a factorial of a number, denoted n!, is the product of the numbers less than or equal to it. e.g. 3! = 3×2×1 = 6, 4! = 4×3×2×1 = 24. An factorial tipping sequence or !-ts for short, is a collection of tips which when added together looks like this:

    1!+2!+3!+...+(n−2)!+(n−1)!+n!


    Where n is the number of tips and n∈ℕ, in other words, anything more than 0, although technically if I were to do a 0!-ts, it would result in me giving just a single token as 0! = 1 by convention.

    The total amount of tokens in an n!-ts, F, is given by:

    F = −e+Ei(1)+ℜ[En+2(−1)]Γ(n+2)
    e


    Which is... Some very complicated shit going on that will probably make you have a "wtf moment" or freak out in some other way upon looking at it; don't say I didn't warn you! And if you think that's bad, you should see it when it's written out in full; that will give you a super wtf moment for sure!

    For example, a 6-factorial progression tip involves 6 individual tips and amounts to 1!+2!+3!+4!+5!+6! = 1+2+6+24+120+720 = 873 tokens.

  • Fibonacci Tipping Sequence (FTS)
  • Palindromic tips
    A palindromic tip is simply just a tip whose number reads the same forwards and backwards e.g. 666, 12321.


☢ CRISIS HAS BEEN AVERTED, HAVE A NICE DAY ^^ ☢

  • Miscellaneous
    Other styles might include random patterns which will be listed in the future.

USEFUL HTML POINTERS

If you are curious to know how or are wondering about how to enhance the visual appearance of your bio, here are some tips. Athough some HTML tags won't work such as <tr>, <td>, <sup>, <sub>; the list goes on, there are ways around it that produce similar results.

  • Bullet Points & Numbered Lists
    Here is a link to a straightforward bullet point guide

  • Inclusion of Other Characters
    To include other symbols, add the Unicode entity of the character you want, which usually starts with a "&" and ends with a ";" onto the page. A list of Unicode character entities can be found here

  • Text Manipulation
    There are a variety of ways of modifying text, besides changing color, boldening, italicizing and underlining, to improve their aesthetic appearance; here's a list of some techniques:

    • Font Style
      To change the font type, do the following: <font style="font-family: FONT">Text</font>, where FONT is the name of the font.
    • Text Shadow
      Here is a very useful link on text shadows which gives you tutorials on topics such as embossing/letterpress or even putting an outline on text as exemplified just now! Or, how about going up a step with neon lights or even 3D-esque effects? Here's another very useful link
    • Blinking Text
      Currently only works in Firefox and Opera. To make text blink, do the following: <font style="text-decoration: blink">Blinking text</font>

  • Borders & Boxes
    • Borders & Padding
    • Box Shadow
    • Color Gradient
      Here's a very useful link for customizing multi-browser gradient fills: Colorzilla Gradient Editor

  • Images
    • Adding Images to Bios
      To add an image to your bio page, the code for it looks like this:

      <img style="height:HEIGHT;width:WIDTH;background:COLOR;etc..." src="//IMAGE ADDRESS" />

      Where IMAGE ADDRESS is the url of the image, without the "http://" bit.

      For example, if your image url was the following: http://i.imgur.com/oBDBj.png, then to make it display on your page, the code for it would look like this:

      <img style="background:black;height:200px;width:200px;" src="//i.imgur.com/oBDBj.png" />

      Which will render like this:
    • Image Hyperlinks
    • Background Images

AND FINALLY, LAST BUT NOT LEAST...

CONGRATULATIONS!

You have survived the long and laborious ordeal of reading through my bio, *pats you on the back*, or the bio was too much for you to handle and you probably skipped straight to the end - I forgive you! Either way, as a symbol of appreciation, here, have a free chocolate chip cookie - it's on the house!




Neologisms
  • H8urbate/H8urb8: The site when things begin to mess up at the most inconvenient possible time e.g. updates, chat server reconnects, etc
  • Chaturbersary: Anniversary since joining Chaturbate. The portmanteau works more effectively as a pun in Japanese than it does in English.
  • Chaturbirginity/Chaturbirgin: A Chaturbate cam virgin.