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Myspace.com and Friendster – why do they exist?

Adam @ Myspace.com

Here’s my Myspace profile. Yes, I’m on there. I provided tons of information so that random people can become my friend. In reality, I find friends and family and impress them with my wit.

I’m also on Friendster, which is slightly better, but they both have a lot of bugs, downtime and issues. Find me on there if you want – search for Adam Avitable.

Am I witty? Do I really care what you think? Who are you if you’re reading this anyway?

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2 Replies to “Myspace.com and Friendster – why do they exist?”

  1. KiTTeNiTa

    laughs, you’re definitely amusing! this is the first time i’m reading anything from you so i’m not qualified to say!

    i have to agree with you on that friendster thingmy. what is the point of that thing anyway (aside from finding people to hook up with)?

  2. Avitable

    I’ve been able to find some friends from high school, so that’s a big plus to it. Otherwise, it is definitely a hook-up site. Coming up with witty testimonials for friends is hard work, too.

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