Was that Faunasphere? I hated to see that go. My Singing Monsters, while fun, is nowhere near the same.
Actually, my MMO of choice was City of Heroes. It was loosely inspired by a pen and paper roleplaying game, and the concept was that your characters were all superheroes (And later, villains, rogues, or vigilantes). Unlike a lot of other MMOs, your appearance wasn't dictated by what gear you picked up. (A huge peeve of mine is that most MMOs really only let you customize your character's head, and that goes away as soon as you equip a helmet- especially when you have no option to hide your helmet) You got to make your own costume, and look like anything you wanted. All power-ups were done by means of "under the hood" enhancements, which you applied to your individual powers, and those didn't change the look of your character at all. And instead of having a handful of pre-determined races or species to choose from, you could be anything you wanted. I should know- I personified a good chunk of the Manhattan skyline as game characters. And the storyline was open enough that this (or just about any other character concept) made perfect sense. As for my female characters, sexy stuff wasn't forced on them- males getting functional armor, females getting bras and battle thongs). Since choosing a character's look was in the hands of players, having a female toon didn't mean you were going to be stuck in skimp-wear.
Sadly there's nothing comparable out there, at least not at the moment.
The other thing that bugs me is lately, when my friend and I have been hanging out, he puts on a movie from netflix or whatever, but we only watch the first half hour or so before he shuts it off because he wants to do something else. Dude, if we're going to watch the movie, then let's WATCH the movie! If you only want to spend a half hour watching something, then pick something a half hour long!
And while we're at it, stop giving me crap about not seeing movies! I don't have on-demand, I work nights and live in an area with limited transportation. So no, I don't get to see all the big blockbusters that you think I should.