patheticism p&-'the-ti-sih-z&m function: noun (state of being) etymology: english pathetic; middle english -isme date: 2003
adj 1: deserving or inciting pity 2: Arousing or capable of arousing sympathetic sadness and compassion: “The old, rather shabby room struck her as extraordinarily pathetic” (John Galsworthy).
this community welcomes poetry, rants, pictures, babble and basically anything else that might interest the average-person-with-nothing-better-to-do-on-a-friday-night (or any night, for that matter).
presently, this is a very small, tight-knit community. if you're reading this, you're probably pretty pathetic yourself and you should join! we know there are losers just like us out there in livejournal-land [though, if there aren't, it would be even more pathetic] and this is the place for everyone to communicate and discuss the issues that loners face nowadays....or, in that case, bitch and moan....