I just received an email from hi5 asking me to rejoin their network. I’ve been receiving such emails every few days now. Apparently, there are some people on that network that know me and want me to get back on the network. I deleted my hi5.com account a while back, and back then no one knew much about me through the network.
Each email contains a testimonial in my name for my account; apparently, you can still write a testimonial to someone’s account even if they canceled their account. A snapshot of the testimonial I received recently is included below. This is one of the 20 or so anonymous testimonials, from my friends apparently, that I’ve received in the past few months. It’s good to hear what friends have to say. Some of the testimonials, however, are from the same person and just like the following testimonial that I received today:
Here’s what the testimonial says:
“Great guy – very nice, good sense of humor, easy on the eyes – heck, if i was gay & he didn’t have a girlfriend and was a gay, i’d hit him up yo ; ) lol…“
Thank you, whoever you are, for making me realize how girls feel about anonymous love messages. I’m truly flattered, thank you, by the 3 or so similar testimonials I’m receiving every month from you. If it was once or twice, it would have been a good joke. Guys [and girls], I’ve left hi5 already, so please stop inviting me on it, and email me directly. What’s better: logging onto hi5, clicking on your friends list, finding me in your “pending friends” list and then writing a secret-guy-to-guy-lover admiration in my name, or emailing me directly so that I can reply with the words “Creepy, but let’s hang out with my other friends later on, one of them is gay and you can hookup with him, ok?” message?Follow @besz