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Half Massed wrote:well some people do get carried away with it. i never saw the big deal either, then i got one and it was addicting for a little while. a lot of people keep their profile very current, so it's a place to see what friends are up to, let people know about this and that en masse, a place you know is always available for people to see, so if an old friend you lost touch with finds you, you can rekindle you relationship, etc. some people go into lots of detail so you can learn something about them as well. i agree that it's kinda sad when good friends rely on myspace to communicate, but it's basically an easier form of email that seems a lot more "personal" to many people than your classic letter format and all that. people do take it to far though...
beltrans_boy wrote:You can stalk hot chicks you go to school with.
Facebook was sooo addicting for like 2 days then became old, I know what Myspace is but don't feel like doing itblankman wrote:Is it like Facebook? I know what that is, but not this myspace.
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