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anyone else have this? (myspace.com) it's so popular, i've heard, then i went on and search random people i knew some point in my life and bam, everybody and their mother is a member. i love it because i've come in contact with people i haven't talked to since i moved.

 

if you have it, leave your link (i guess) so i could add you! Posted Image

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I have an account on myspace before, but then I got a bunch of stupid messages from guys.

Then, I deleted my account because I don't see any benefit or advantage having it.

Last month, I re-registered again, because I was looking for some info's for Apple Mac user who upgrade to Tiger lol.

 

Anyway, here's my url.

http://www.myspace.com/leony

 

Let me know yours, I'll add you back.

I need more females friends.

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leony, i tried to add you as a friend, but it says...

 

Do you really want to add Leony as a friend?

 

Click "Add" only if you really wish to add Leony as a Friend.

 

 

Leony only accepts add requests from people he/she knows. You must enter either Leony's last name or email address to send your request.

 

here's my link...

 

myspace.com/jenlikewhoa

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Oops, sorry.

I just send my request to add you.

I guess I need to change the privacy setting now.

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I was going send my request to add you, but you already sent me one lol.

Thanks, Added Posted Image

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Originally Posted by Jennifer
leony, i tried to add you as a friend, but it says...

 

Do you really want to add Leony as a friend?

 

Click "Add" only if you really wish to add Leony as a Friend.

 

 

Leony only accepts add requests from people he/she knows. You must enter either Leony's last name or email address to send your request.

 

here's my link...

 

myspace.com/jenlikewhoa

Hey Jen - I can't find you!!! Posted Image

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Originally Posted by Leony
I was going send my request to add you, but you already sent me one lol.

Thanks, Added Posted Image

oooh there you are!! Yay!!! Posted Image

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ok,i hope you guys dont hang me for this,but......Isnt this manly like a teen site ,where they complain about there parents and stuff?I never thought adults were members.Posted Image

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Originally Posted by Naturally
ROFLMAO ..god I hope not ..I think it's just a BLOG site where you can set up your own blog space ..FREE!

oh,lol.thanks i wasnt surePosted ImagePosted Image

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gwen, definitely not! everyone is on this. it's a good way to find people you knew and just fun. UnLeSs YoU TyPE LiKe DiSs, you could avoid all the kids on there Posted Image

 

i've requested/added people that have listed their links Posted Image

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i don't have anything on mine. i'll add stuff, and then post my link.

 

BTW, how do you change the colors?

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Originally Posted by Jennifer
gwen, definitely not! everyone is on this. it's a good way to find people you knew and just fun. UnLeSs YoU TyPE LiKe DiSs, you could avoid all the kids on there Posted Image

 

i've requested/added people that have listed their links Posted Image

 

 

 

hahahahhah OkIgEt It!Posted Image

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I'm on Myspace, but I really don't like it. I have to deny friend requests from all these weird random people and stalkers, and delete all the strange emails from desperate men and clueless kids. It gets annoying. I'm about ready to just delete my profile there.

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