I like it and admire it's tenacity, it's a piece of shit now relatively but at least we know at one stage it was a popcorn institution. May not be a piece of history to many, but to the some. Although No one managed to turn it into some great institution, I'm sure many graduated from vip2 to have their individual success in fields such as success, parenthood, black twitter etc. As was naturally going to happen.
Guys cry about the lack of females but Let's face it, there used to be a great ensemble cast of about 100 'faceless' characters such as myself and all the other witty maverick geniuses or interesting content providers which naturally dwindled to leave the 'were just such existing people cos we text each other brigade?' It's a skeleton crew now and fair play troopers keeping it going but in the glory days I can't even name names there were too many great posters and we had a laugh with it, without worrying about the fascism of blue tick authentication that most remnoids now obsess over for relentless self gratification
For those interested i have been working on Vip2 the Motion picture and have got as far as the working title concept which in itself is a copyrighted pitchable concept so if you real people can collaborate and get something done in the absence of any entertaining postings then just go ahead and cut me 10 of the gross, but the alternative is as has been mentioned just remember the good times and if that's not enough then take a role in causing future good times. Up to you.
But also it was a different time, 2000s it was a different era, the rise of grime, rise of internet, we were on the come up and on the grind. difficult to recreate that specific energy but so often when we ask what went wrong the answer can come from within. Flowers grow from where previously only dust was situated. Be the change you want to see, don't pray to ghosts to do your homework, you will be left floundering in a sea of excuses