Invitation emails

The Purity Test Challenge 2002

I’ve just sent out emails to seven different people, inviting nine people to the parties directly. It occurred to me after the fifth or sixth email that maybe I should have used some sort of template instead of writing a personalized message to everyone. Still, if only half of the people I emailed decide to play, I’m sure we’ll all have a good time. If I’m you didn’t get an email from me today regarding this, and you think you should have, email me and let me know I’ve somehow overlooked you. You’re probably welcome at the party. Or I assumed you’d seen the site already.

This whole ordeal isn’t some sort of excuse for me to go out and be a slut. Like I said before, I’ve been using the Purity Test for nearly a decade, and I’ve always thought it would be interesting to do some sort of challenge weekend or month where you take the test, maybe go crazy for a while (a nonstop orgy for the weekend, and a more laid-back sort of live your life to the fullest for the month), and then see how far you’ve come by re-testing. I’m planning on having prize categories such as Lowest Overall Purity, Highest Overall Purity, and Greatest Change in Overall Purity, with a special category for people whose purity scores stay exactly the same during the entire month. Depending upon how my month goes, I may end up in that last category. That doesn’t mean I won’t have fun at both parties.

I’m not actually throwing orgies here. I’m just inviting my friends over to have a good time and play what amounts to a party game. Then encouraging them to go find party games of their own to play for a month. After that month, we’ll all get together again and see who had the most fun. If you’re not the sort of person who is interested in being impure for impurity’s sake, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t come, and it doesn’t mean I’m implying there’s something wrong with you. It just means you can see just how pure you are, and show off how pure you can stay for a month. Or how far you are willing to fall. I even spoke to one person who suggested that he would be trying to increase his purity over the course of the month, and while he wouldn’t reveal where he got the time machine, I still think he’ll have a good time at my parties. It’ll be a good time. I’m not selling bad times, here.

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