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What do you like best;Facebook or Myspace?

Asked by punkrockworld (960points) May 29th, 2008

just wondering i guess

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trogdor_87's avatar

Myspace, but i wished its mobile features were more like facebook’s

Randy's avatar

I used to despise them both. It just seemed dumb to me. Why not just call or text the person. Just recently though, I got on facebook to talk to a girl. Stupid, sure but it worked out because I really like it. (To bad it didn’t work out with the girl.) I still refuse myspace, but facebook is ok.

sarbee's avatar

I use both but I like facebook much better

Randy's avatar

Facebook seems more “grown up”, from what I’ve seen.

buster's avatar

i like facespace.

babygalll's avatar

Facebook. I agree with Randy on Facebook being more “grown up”

mirza's avatar


@randy: facebook is great for communicating with people you dont talk much. For example, I am friends with this girl on my economics class. Normally i wouldnt talk to her much but the other day i needed an assignment and wrote on her wall. She replied with the assignment and we got to know each other eventually. As for why not call or text people ? When you call someone you have to deal with all the blabber like hi, how was your day,etc. It takes me more then 5 mins to get to point. Whereas with facebook its to the point. Plus i dont have the numbers of all the people i know

willbrawn's avatar

facebook FTW! Myspace is clogged up and trying to be more like facebook.

Randy's avatar

@mirza- I agree. What I always saw of facebook and myspace was friends messageing friends about non-sense that they could just talk about next time they saw eachother. Now that I’ve tried it myself, I’ve gotten in touch with old friends that I wouldn’t have been able to before, so I totally see the point now. Sorry for not clarifying that a little more.

MisterBlueSky85's avatar

MySpace is designed to make you click through lots of pages – they make money that way. Facebook is designed for practicality first, and clicking through pages isn’t practical. Personally, I hate Myspace. The design is awful.

jlm11f's avatar

Facebook, though the recent changes with the ads, mini feed and letting high schoolers (sorry but its true!) join has removed some of its charm for me.

DeezerQueue's avatar

Facebook. Almost every MySpace page that I visited when considering getting one, made me feel nauseas, lightheaded and I thought my head would spin off of my shoulders, way too busy for me.

margeryred's avatar

Definitely MySpace. I guess they have been around longer and most of my extended out of town family and friends are already a part of the program. Getting people to switch to something entirely new or keep up with two different spaces sucks.

breanne's avatar

I like Facebook for its cleaner interface, but then MySpace is probably cooler because it does allow for more customization. I’m over them both though. I rarely check either now that Twitter is picking up steam. I find it more entertaining to leave snarky comments on there than having to login and check MySpace and listen to my friends’ crappy songs.

koesac's avatar

Facebook, it is way less cluttered and annoying.

robmandu's avatar

Agree w/ @Deezer’s assessment. MySpace is like a throwback to the web of 1995, with everyone embedding spinning icons, raucous colors, and lousy music on their homepage.

Foolaholic's avatar

For those of you keeping score, that’s 12 for Facebook, 2 for Myspace, and 1 for Facespace.

I think this video sums up my answer.

scamp's avatar

I can’t make an informed choice because I only have a Myspace page. But I do like the customization capabilities. It’s kind of fun to create new stuff. I didn’t even know there was a Facespace. does that mean Facebook and Myspace had a baby? LOL!

jlm11f's avatar

there isn’t a Facespace. whoever said it was a) trying to be funny or b) saying he/she likes a combination of the two sites.

Foolaholic's avatar

yes, I assumed buster was joking and just went along with it.

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