Bugroff

  By Shamus   Feb 29, 2008   10 comments

Yesterday I mentioned I’m too introverted to make use of social networking sites. Well, here is the perfect antisocial networking site, just for people like me: Bugroff. Warning: Rude language.

Hilarious.

10Just 10 comments.


  1. P'kay says:

    Dammit, I so want to see that as a real site!

    “hi, wna se px of me?”

    “NO.”

  2. Avaz says:

    /seconded P’Kay

    Bugroff is an antisocial networking site. Kind of like real life, being holed up in you parents’ basement, playing World of Warcraft for 18 hours a day.

  3. Kimari says:

    … This is the first social networking site I actually want to join. Who knew? Reverse psychology really does work.

  4. scragar says:

    I’ve never really seen any value in social networking sites, after all they only appear to be for people with no friends to claim “I have 200 mates” or some such.

    1 question, who thinks the term “Myspace Code” should have a capital offense tagged onto it? It’s plain HTML and CSS(often in the body which is terrible), nothing to do with myspace.

  5. Dragonbane says:

    Scragar, Livejournal works quite well for me to keep track of my friends, many of whom are in the chicago area (which is a fairly huge metro area) and the rest of whom are scattered across the country.

  6. Sem says:

    Same here. The only thing I use to keep contact with my friends is msn messenger and even then I don’t chat all that much with them.

    On the other hand the fact that Burgoff even exists and that we are talking (commenting ? writing ?) about it proves the following quote of Terry Pratchett’s Maskerade :

    “People who didn’t need people needed people around to know that they were the kind of people who didn’t need people.”

    I rest my case. Now I’m off to go show off that I don’t need people by being an obnoxious wallflower at some frat party :).

  7. Scourge says:

    Isn’t it Bugroff and not Burgoff Shamus?

  8. scragar says:

    @ Dragonbane:
    I stand corrected in your case then, although you must admit that around 90% of their users join for the very reason I listed(or atleast it looks like it).

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