End your social network life with seppukoo. The site Seppukkooo.com offers assistance to a ritual suicide for facebook users’ virtual profiles by deactivating your account.
If you are willing to end it all the site will feature a RIP memorial page on its site and sends the page to all your Facebook friends.
“You are more than your virtual identity”, the site says pass away and leave your ID behind.
The site means – Ancient Japanese samurai act of “seppuku.” The samurai preferred to die with honor. So, rather than fall into the hands of their enemies, samurai would voluntarily kill themselves by plunging a sword into their stomach.
“As the seppuku restores the samurai’s honour as a warrior, Seppukoo.com deals with the liberation of the digital body,” the site says.
- Friends can write on your memorial page. In addition, you get points for recruiting others to commit “seppukoo” and follow you into the virtual netherworld. The site keeps score and lists the point leaders.
- The design and layout of Seppukoo.com is strikingly similar to Facebook – the exception being that Seppukoo is red and gray, while Facebook is blue and white. Another small point of differentiation: Seppukoo features paintings of sword-wielding samurai.
About 20,000 people have signed up on the site since it launched last month, McMusker said. Facebook says it has 300 million users. But he insists that Seppukoo.com was not started to attack Facebook. Instead, the site aims “to help people discover what happens after their virtual life and to rediscover the importance of being anyone, instead of pretending to be someone.”
Do you want to end you virtual profile too? Head over to seppukoo and discover the afterlife of your social profile…. lol