Every day, people around the world enjoy the still-growing Internet phenomenon of chat rooms.
This revolutionary invention is one that has benefited society in ways that are incomprehensible to those who don't utilize it themselves.
Failing that, we found another compulsive personality, such as a workaholic, to fulfill our sick need for abandonment. Having an over-developed sense of responsibility, we preferred to be concerned with others rather than ourselves.
We somehow got guilt feelings when we stood up for ourselves rather than giving in to others.
A word of warning about this service though: not all of the photobloggers on the site are using it for innocently putting up pictures of their pets or great landscapes they've just seen.
"I love a man that knows what he wants - someone who isn't afraid to act out his fantasies with me.
Your profile information, photo and personal data can be entered at your leisure and you can start using the qeep network without it.
The qeep interface is nicely laid-out (if you excuse the rather garish purple and green color scheme), and all of the things you can do are displayed neatly on the Homepage.
From here you can invite friends, view qeepers who are currently online, view photoblogs and read the big pinboard. Photoblogs and the pinboard are perhaps the two most interesting aspects of qeep.
The acronym is a little strange, but it stands for Multi-User Dungeon.
A college student in England named Roy Trubshaw created MUD off the ideas of the popular game Dungeons and Dragons in 1978.
MUDs had a combination of role-playing games, hack and slash, player vs.