For us internet beings, most of the time we are only known by a screen name, or perhaps an avatar or user title. Sometimes we wonder, just who is behind the screen of that fellow user posting around? For some of us, the internet is just a tool, while for others, it's literally a gateway to a parallel world.
What side of life do you prefer: your real life, where the grass grows and where humans interact with one another in the traditional way, or your virtual life, the source of knowledge and interaction with a wider range of people rather than your local village or town?
For me, I've always preferred sitting at my chair, keyboard and mouse at my hands and relaxing as my eyes are enveloped with the light of the screen. It's my main source of fun, and video games are the king of entertainment, in my honest opinion. The people I meet on the internet tend to have more in common and know about it best, while my real life friends don't share any of my interests. I also think that there are some benefits to being on the internet: it's one of the biggest resources of knowledge and you don't have to leave your chair to research something. Being bullied/trolled on the internet is better than being bullied in real life: no one can physically hurt you and it's easy to put yourself under a disguise. Watching anything, playing anything, creating anything, it's my life.