The Internets Family (LOL)

bulldyke's picture

Assume, for a moment with me.

Wikipedia is my god, and Google is my goddess (being much more all powerful and beautiful).

Thus, Yahoo is the cranky old grandfather-god, who's always talking about 'the good old days'.

AskJeeves is the dirty uncle, who's bitter about not being as good as his sister.

YouTube is the love child of Google and Wiki, and is the adored, spoiled bundle of cuteness every parent hopes for.

GoogleVideo is the weird, triple chromosmal anomoly which is every parents worse nightmare.

MySpace is the rather eccentric, very odd aunt, who is adored by all, and who's oddities are often waved away with an explination "that's just how she is," and a soft smile.

Facebook is MySpace's new girlfriend, who is much better organized, younger, and less odd. The family is quite happy to see someone who is able to keep MySpace in line.

LOL! If you have any suggestions to add to my little family tree, please add them!! lolz

BD

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hayden_love778899's picture

WOWOW.

this made my fukkn day.
lol, i smiled so huge,
its a good laugh :)
HEY! this kinda reminds me of that candy bar birth thing that you used to see everywhere, where the baby ruth is born?
ya know?
lololol.

Birth of a Candy Bar Pictures, Images and Photos

fox333's picture

what does that make oasis?

what does that make oasis?

Riku's picture

XD that was fantastic...

XD that was fantastic...

bulldyke's picture

I dunno fox...you come up

I dunno fox...you come up with something! :P

Glad y'all enjoyed it...glad something good came of my late night thoughts, lol. :P

Bulldyke
"I think some mistakes are meant to be made, because we can't help but hope that they won't be mistakes."

fox333's picture

hmmmmmm..... and oasis is

hmmmmmm..... and oasis is the gay brother!

bulldyke's picture

I was thinking more the

I was thinking more the lesbian therepist who helps the totally dysfunctional family with unconventional methods, but yeah, that works too! :D

Bulldyke
"I think some mistakes are meant to be made, because we can't help but hope that they won't be mistakes."