If you don’t like someone’s prompt, it doesn’t need to be made fun of. Unless something needs pointing out like no trigger warning where there should be one, just disconnect move on. I don’t think it’s necessary to explain why you’re disconnecting, just move on so the both of you can find a partner faster.If you post a huge starter, give your partner as long as they need to reply. I had one person who posted an eight hundred word prompt and didn’t even give me five minutes to reply. It’s up to you, but you’re going to be the one suffering if you don’t give potential players a chance.Don’t start with ((Do you want to rp)) or something along those lines. It won’t get you anywhere, as the best RPs are the ones that people have planned well, and have written their prompts in advance. Just either post your prompt, or wait for a prompt to be posted, you’ll have a lot more luck.Again, if you post a huge starter, don’t expect a full 800 word response. Quality, not quantity.One that clashes a little with the above, would be; don’t reply with a single sentence if your partner has posted a full paragraph. Quality is important, but it’s also important to have enough writing to reply too, as well.If you’re not making an attempt on a starter/prompt you’ve been sent, just disconnect. Don’t sit around and wait for them to give up on you.Don’t be offended if you start with ‘hello’ and someone disconnects you, most fandom people want to RP on omegle, and it’s probably nothing personal.Always use proper grammar and spelling. No excuses.Never assume someone will react in a certain way just because you think they should. Always give others the chance to react in their own way, and don’t get upset if the reaction isn’t what you expected. Role playing is about being flexible.Always follow the paragraph format. Using actions like *hugs Sherlock* isn’t usually accepted.Texts are fine, but most people aren’t going to want to do a whole RP with only texting. Try and ease into paragraphs sooner rather than later.Don’t disconnect in the middle of a great RP just because you get bored. Tell your partner if you’re leaving.If the reply you get on your prompt sucks, don’t tell them. Disconnect and move on. No need to be an assbutt.Don’t reply in another tense!Never ever ever steal anyone else’s prompt. If you want to RP, do the writing yourself.