Myspace differs from other online RPGs in that it is almost void of orcs, elves, Norsemen, Nazis, Commies, aliens, or any of the other characters which normally appear in role-playing games. (every once in a while, Inuyasha or Sailor Moon will make a Myspace profile, but that's a different story) Rather, Myspace is home to the homeboy, scene kid, rich bitch, starving artist, whore next door, and several other stereotypes of tween to twentysomething life. They customize their profiles to the max with glittery banners, pinup girl shots, and photos of themselves taken with a patented technique called the Myspace angle.
Recently, a number of n00bs have been joining Myspace oblivious of the fact that it is an RPG. They take it seriously, you see, and attempt to meet up in real life with fellow Myspace roleplayers. At the very least, they're disappointed to find out that "Stu," that hot 23 year-old who's a surfer, is actually a 40 year-old sex offender, or that "Paula," the alt-rocker, is also a 40 year-old sex offender.
Tom is certainly under a lot of pressure as of late, given all the Myspace horror stories. He's had to put up all these security measures, which makes it harder for him to monitor how many people still have him on their friendslist. In addition, he must deal with his arch nemesis: a "hot azn gurl" known as Tila Nguyen, or Tila Tequila. Within a few months, Tila may win the angelic halo back from Tom.
John: No, Mother, I'm just fine.
(John goes back to his room and resumes chatting it up online as "Da IllEsT WiGGeR" with a sexxi azn sweetie named "HeLL0 KinKy")
lyke omg, you're so f*cking cool now
omfg! rofl - I'm finally more POPULAR than that n00b kate !!!one!!111!!on
omg! lmao- I'm finally POPULAR!!!
Main page of MySpace
it has become an epidemic
be cautined: it is addictive
(pshhht. i encourage you hack into the site and change it to myspace, a place for scene whores)
You eventually deleted your account because you decided you want to graduate high school with some dignity.
Do yourself a favor. Delete your MySpace.
Myspace itself is a sad thing indeed. You can friend thousands of people that you rarely talk to, comment on their boring, whiny, upper middle-class lives, and attempt to find a fellow myspace emo boy/girl to date/cyber. Most myspace victims never do meet their online friends and sadly, drop out of school to combat the Myspace addiction.