It’s certainly true that misery loves company. Whenever you’re going through a hard time or have a bad experience, it’s easy to want to tell your closest friends and family members about it as quickly as possible so that they can understand what you’re going through and possibly help you through it. Most of us encounter things that just tick us off each and every day. Sometimes they can be small, and sometimes they can be big, but they’re annoying nonetheless. Instead of just bottling up the frustration internally, visit Just Anger and tell everyone what happened.
Shouting it from the rooftop might disturb your neighbors, so Just Anger is the next best thing. Once you’ve created an account, all you need to do is type out what’s been making you mad, and you’ll see that the site already contains a ton of different topics that people have been complaining about. As a visitor, you can either agree or disagree with what someone has said, and comments are encouraged so that you can sympathize with or scold someone for saying what they said. Please note that this site is all about free speech and doesn’t appear to be moderated, so we can’t guarantee what type of content will be here, and it may not be acceptable to you. Proceed with caution.
[tags]Just Anger, Anger, Vent, Misery, Frustration, Mad, Tag Cloud, Complain, Free Speech[/tags]
The world of social networking has become all about getting connected with current friends and making new friends with complete strangers. As crazy as it is, the amount of friends that a user has on a service such as MySpace has become some sort of a competition, and bragging rights are up for grabs. Yes, friendship on MySpace can be a selfish and greedy game, and you should only play it if you’re prepared for what it will bring. Many Web residents have grown tired of this ongoing push to join social networks and make as many “friends” as possible, and because of this, they’re basically turning their backs on the trends and speaking out against the things and people that they don’t like on Snubster.
When you’re fed up and just want to vent publicly, then Snubster is the place to go. Some of you may view this is a negative service, and it is to some extent, however, that’s not such a bad thing, and you have to take it with a sense of humor. People need to speak out against what they don’t like, and Snubster uses the On Notice and Dead to Me classifications to allow you to distinguish how you feel, which is something that Stephen Colbert has helped to popularize recently. You can even let other people know that they’re on your list. You may be on Friendster, but we’re kicking it over here on Snubster.
[tags]Snubster, Social Networking, Friends, MySpace, Vent, On Notice, Dead to Me, Stephen Colbert, Frie[/tags]