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I've been on Formspring for a while, since like early 2010 I think, so let me rape my memories to answer your question.
It came out of nowhere, and just grew huge for those first couple of months of '10. Everyone at my school started talking about it, and it was kind of like a "new Facebook" for some. All I knew about it was that you answer questions from random anons. So I googled it, found the baby FS in its babyhood, and made an account. It was kind of boxy at first and seemed really blue/grey and boring to me. I found that section where you find more friends, connected with Facebook, and bam, all of a sudden I followed 90% of my friend list from Facebook.
Not going to lie, but when I first found out that I could ask anonymous questions to people from my school, I didn't exploit/make sexual comments, but I did ask the questions I always wondered, but was too socially awkward penguin to actually ask in person. Later down the road, I started actually getting questions myself, which always involved me at school so I knew it was someone from there. I kind of liked it, and reached a point where I was like http://i46.tinypic.com/29m3i2h.jpg to even one question in my inbox.
But then, like almost every other trend in highschool, people started forgetting Formspring existed and decided to either deactivate their account, or leave it as it is and just abandon it. That was when I found Formspring really boring, not because of the site itself, but because any communication I had on it was gone. It just felt...empty.
Last year, though, my siblings, @adventseph & @MyBigDingDong, and I started following users that we didn't know in real life. It started off with @ElmornSilverkin @GuiPloo @chrisbarmonde @pims and @alyssabarmonde.
They may not have noticed me, but they were the first people I started following that belonged to this little "Formspring circle community" that exists today. That circle now had almost every admin from Formspring's HQ, as well as a whole lotta' amazing people, that have funny/intelligent/entertaining responses like @TaliTalulla @ItsMeChrisG @TrishBerg @Pendrake @adborden @BillSanders @taffyroman @johnsanders @ade @lalacoolgirl @johnsanders @jfreshOFFICIAL @mirughhh @iamprimrose @AndrizzleYo @cassanDRO1D @BillSanders @STG4Dummies @ambroff @SUPAHCRAZYME @Juwayriyah @Shujaullah @mylifeisaviraje
The list goes on but you get my point. Formspring also then began to pimp itself. I mean, the smile feature came, public following was introduced, commenting on responses became an option, multiple profile pictures was allowed, responses could have photos, videos and gifs in them and overall, it became a lot more user friendly.
I loved logging in and interacting with so many different people that were unique in their own way. My inbox was no longer just three questions. I learned Formspring isn't just a site where you can find stuff out about people. It's a whole lot more than that (kind of cheesy, but true).
Now I know for these last couple of months I haven't really been that active on Formspring. I keep telling myself that it was because of the workload and responsibilities I had gotten from things such as school and work. But the truth is, I just didn’t prioritize Formspring as much as a did before. My summer just started, and I’ve decided to come back. http://i48.tinypic.com/1ina5k.jpg
Tanya, I know I answered your question in the first little paragraph, but I got into the zone and continued, so yeah. Mah bad. :B
Side note: I think there should really be feature in which you can edit your responses, kind of like how Facebook allows you to edit comments. It’s kind of annoying how you delete your whole response just because you make the dumbest typo, or decide to leave it, just staining your page (Tanya knows what I'm talking about because she has just been notified three times about me responded despite the fact there is only one response).
TOO BAD YOU HAVE TO READ! trolololol
OH YOU MEAN SHUT THE FUCK UP ABOUT THESE?!
Colour = UK spelling
Color = US spelling
Colour comes from the English language, whereas color comes from the American language. The language used in the US is a fucking DERIVATIVE of the English language, you "dumb cunt."
How about you go back to grade school and fucking learn ya some before you think you're a grammar nazi.
He's in my basement. I locked him there. You want the keys? Then slip on this toast outfit:
And dance. DANCE LIKE YOU MEAN IT.
OMFG AJHGJGDJHFJDF WHYISTHATCATSOFUCKINGCUTE?!
I THINK I JUST EXPLODED AND THEN DIED FROM THE CUTENESS. SO FRACKING ADORABLE. I CAN'T STOP ENLARGING THAT PICTURE. I MEAN, JUST LOOK AT THAT ITTY BITTY HEAD AND THE TINY ASS BODY AND THOSE TINY LITTLE WHITE-GLOVED PAWS AND THAT TAIL AND THAT RICH COAT AND OH MY GOSH THE CUTENESS IS OVER 9000.
I JUST EXPLODED FROM CUTENESS AGAIN.
What the fuck is that?!
NO. JUST NO. JUST FUCKING NO. No one would honestly look at that monstrosity and fucking think "yes so hot." Why would you even do that to yourself?! I mean, that shit's permanent.
If anything, it looks like something out of a goddamn horror movie. Shit, that's scary. Imagine a 6 foot anorexic scary shit person sprinting at you with those feet. How fucking scary is that?! Ughhh
And like, okay, I can "kind of" get why some shallow girl would think "yes permanent heels" but there are literally no shoes that can fit into that! You'd just walk around bare foot, making people shit bricks.
Fuck, now I'm pissed. Stupid picture, fucking ugly ass foot and stupid shitty ass inventors of that shitty ass implant. Fuck.