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The Internet in Therapy

THERAPIST: Tell me, what’s been getting you down lately?

INTERNET: She just…she expects so much from me.

THERAPIST: Well, let’s talk about this. You’ve been letting her treat you this way for about how long now?

INTERNET: Well, she started using me about twelve years ago. First it was just to play her Nickelodeon online games. Innocent stuff. Like where you collect candy on a skateboard. This was maybe three times a week after school, for only about thirty minutes at a time. We were having a great time. But now…it’s…it’s horrible.

THERAPIST: Take your time. This is a safe zone.

INTERNET: I just can’t give her what she wants anymore. It’s this constant neediness. God, what am I?! A GENIE? No! I’m the goddamn internet! I can’t handle her refreshing all three of her email accounts, all open in three different tabs, at the exact same moment on a 4-minute loop for hours at a time. It’s an emotional workout.

THERAPIST: Have you tried to talk to her about this? Maybe show her how you feel?

INTERNET: Oh believe me, I’ve tried. I’m really slow now. I made her install a new version of Flash even though the old one was perfectly good. I even froze just as she was posting a message on her crush’s Facebook wall, making it post multiple times, hopefully embarrassing her. But she doesn’t get it. Now she has excellent video quality and that incident is a fun inside joke between her and her crush. I can’t get through to her.

THERAPIST: Well, let’s think about her for a second. How have these twelve years changed her? When did you start to notice something was different?

INTERNET: AIM was the first red flag. I could tell she wasn’t being herself. Her away message quoted the movie “Drumline”.

THERAPIST: And it only got worse?

INTERNET: That’s an understatement. She just started spending so much time with me. Okay, I did offer MySpace. I know that wasn’t a good decision on my part.

THERAPIST: You were an enabler.

INTERNET: Yeah, that was a really rocky time. She started to spend hours with me. Blogging about her freshman year of high school.

THERAPIST: A 14-year-old writing their deepest thoughts assuming people wanted to read it? You actually let her get away with that?

INTERNET: I SAID IT WAS A ROCKY TIME. [Continue reading]

Latin American Internet Cafe Loves MySpace
Myspace: Still relevant in 3rd World Latin American countries.

Latin American Internet Cafe Loves MySpace

Myspace: Still relevant in 3rd World Latin American countries.


Diagnosing Dot Coms [click for more diagnoses]
http://bit.ly/yIZhe2 

Diagnosing Dot Coms [click for more diagnoses]

http://bit.ly/yIZhe2 

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Diagnosing Dot Coms [click for more diagnoses]

Diagnosing Dot Coms [click for more diagnoses]


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Granddaughter Rocks Duck Face
Grandma tried to do the duck face too, but decided to save that energy to write her granddaughter out of her will.

Granddaughter Rocks Duck Face

Grandma tried to do the duck face too, but decided to save that energy to write her granddaughter out of her will.

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Duck Face Killah
In the fourth picture her face sucks into itself.
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Duck Face Killah

In the fourth picture her face sucks into itself.

More funny pictures over at CollegeHumor.com

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If The Internet Was An Amusement Park
(Click to see the Facebook, Twitter, and more)

If The Internet Was An Amusement Park

(Click to see the Facebook, Twitter, and more)

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7 Website Mashups
Our wish-list of awesome website mergers.

7 Website Mashups

Our wish-list of awesome website mergers.

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The Roast of Facebook

If you’re gonna have a Roast, you have to go all out. So we called our friends Gilbert Godfrey, Lisa Lampanelli, and Penn Jillette to help voice our Facebook Roast!

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