“Stop him from freaking out”
Performing on camera is not as easy as you might think. It can actually be quite stressful and difficult, especially since it is live and there’s no way to edit the performance. Once you start viewing cams on a regular basis, you’re bound to see quite a few awkward things happen on cam. This can range from anything from an unwanted pet wandering onto screen, a roommate interrupting the performer, or any of the various mishaps that can occur to anybody at any time. What should you do when a performer you’re watching has a mishap? You can actually work the situation to your advantage at times, making the awkward moment into an opportunity for success. Knowing how to help a performer bounce back from a mishap will make you the star of the show.
Comforting the Performer to Score Big
If you have enough charisma to pull it off, you should try to comfort the performer after he has an accident. If it’s something he can recover from quickly and if it’s just somewhat embarrassing, go ahead and start reassuring him as much as you can. If you make a performer get over his embarrassment, he will likely be thankful. This can translate into a free show for you, or at least a slightly less pricy performance. Try not to make a big deal out of it and use some humor to comfort the model, especially if he seems embarrassed about the entire thing. You don’t want to go overboard and wind up embarrassing him more, because there’s nothing worse than a shy cam boy who won’t perform.
Trying to Brush It Off
“Act as if it doesn’t matter”
If a performer has something awkward happen and they don’t seem to want to dwell on it, then it is usually best to pretend that it did not happen. If you keep chatting like normal then you stand a god chance of getting things back to normal as quickly as possible, which is always a good thing. The poor guy probably doesn’t want to think about the fact that his dog just pranced across the screen or his roommate walked in on him with his fingers up his ass, and he doesn’t want to be reminded of it. So you need to move on as quickly as possible so he can, too, and son the show will be back to normal.
Knowing When It’s Time to Bail
Of course, some accidents are bigger than others. If your cam model of choice seems really upset by what happened, it might be time to bail because he might be too busy whining to put on a good show. Similarly, if something somewhat gross happens – and we’ll spare you the details – then you should probably move on to a different model or wait it out until you can bleach your brain. Sometimes things happen and it can ruin a show, but it doesn’t have to ruin your experiences with cam sites for all of eternity. Switch models and you’ll be fine.