The main reason I like friendster is that I am given chance to write testimonies about my friends. I know its all grade school and fucking shit like that, but I find it hilarious that I will spend time, when bored, thinking of how I can possibly sum up my friend in five sentences. Yah know? Its challenging, and I like that aspect of the whole deal. Also, in that NPR friendster interview that everyone was talking about last week, the dude who removed his profile said that he regretted one thing: that he didn't make copies of the testimonies that he wrote for other people. He said he wanted that back the most. So whatever, long live friendster. It ain't hurting anyone.
Posted by Unknown at 8/20/2003