A website created for members to contact friends, or family. Also, you can comment, message (or 'email'), photo comment, blog comment on their profile, or whatever it is they posted.
The site has become very well known, and every micro second there is a new member of the site. Over 2,000,000 users.
News reports of people being raped, or (I think) murdered from meeting or giving out personal info about where they live, etc. have been told from all over. One of the main reasons why many parents do not want their children (14+) to be a member of the well-known site. Also, they do not want them to be in contact with those of whom they do not know.
There are multiple accounts of..wait for it..KIDS UNDER EVEN 10 YEARS OF AGE. They can easily become adicted, from having such a young - and not very knowing (no offense) - mind of the endless possiblities of what can happen to them.
'MySpace Layout sites' have been created to have items for you to use to decorate/design your profile with, without the hassle of actually trying to figure out the certain codes of every little thing. Also, there are MySpace Layout Generators, where you can easily create your own layout, though it is not as 'professional' as most of the sites on MySpace. Usually the sites' profile has an image of either the owner, themself, or of someone else, either a site model or a random person found on DeviantART or PhotoBucket, or any other website.
Roleplayers are constantly found throughout the site. If you search a celebrity's name, you are bound to find at least TWO roleplayers of that celebrity. Roleplayers are just people who create profiles of a (usually) favorite celebrity, sometimes re-name them or give them a completely new personality, and 'act out scenes.' Most people find it quite enjoyable. There has been the habit of people mistaking these people for the REAL thing, esspecially if they say somewhere on their profile that they are the real thing, which is complete bull shit.
Emo and scene people normally have MySpaces, along with gangsters/ghettos. Some preps type like they are trashy (which really isn't much of information). They have multiple photos (most do, actually), and have their profile made to look very similar to a layout site's profile.
There are many MySpace addicts. They tend to put going on the site before school, work, etc. and consider it 'their life.' Constant songs have been made to make either fun of the site, or to show an 'adiction.'
That's about it, I think.
2) WuTzZ ^ hOm!3??!
3) Person One: "Oh my gosh! Do you have a MySpace?"
Person Two: "Yeah, I've got twelve of them! How many do you have?"
Person One: "Twenty! YAY!"
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.
Myspace emo boy: **BONER'D!**