Monday, 15 June 2009

If you had read Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Ersatz Elevator, you'll realize just how crazy some people will get over 'in' things.

Social networking sites like MySpace, Facebook to the current storm taking over the country- Twitter. I'm definitely one of those people. I used to have more than 5 accounts on different social networking sites.

But I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about a new craze taking over the youth scene- FMyLife.

A friend introduced it to me and I have been checking it once every few days since. If you don't already know what it is, let me tell you. It's basically a global website for people who have had a bad day. I mean, a really really bad day. The tagline for the site is "My life sucks but I don't give a f***".

I don't know what attracts me to the site, but I just find it hilarious to read some of the things.

Like today for example.

"Today, my grandpa died. I decided to call my grandma to make sure she was going to be fine. After talking over the phone for 30 minutes or so, I told her goodbye and said 'Say hi to grandpa for me'. "

Reading those just makes me laugh. It's not that I enjoy having other people suffer. It's just that the things that happen to them are funny! Just that day I read about a woman whose daughter put shit in her MOUTH. Who wouldn't laugh at that! Or this:

Today, I was peeing in the shower when my girlfriend suddenly pulled open the shower curtain in an attempt to scare me. Startled, I quickly spun around and peed all over her dress.

You gotta agree, it is mighty funny!

The site may sound vulgar, but so far I have not seen anyone putting up any swear words. It's mostly very straighforward statements, like Tweeting, except it's about what a horrible day they've had.

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