For those that remember Myspace, it was a wild, wild place. You could customise your profile, add in music, have a proper 'About Me' section and your Top Friends was always a minefield.
But while there were plenty of people who thought they had the best profile, no one came close to the likes of one Edward Thomas Hardy (yeah that's his actual name).
Despite him playing hard men in Bronson, The Dark Knight and Mad Max: Fury Road, Tom's Myspace was a hotbed of selfies that gave us a window into the life and times of the now famous actor.
Whether it was posing with a gun, pulling a duck face in his white undies, cooking a turkey (seriously that one was weird), fun and bizarre selfies or in character, Hardy had a very diverse bunch of pictures sitting in his profile.
His 'About Me' was just incredible.
It said: "I'm here to live and give whatever it is I can to nourish rather than to take and move on, I'm course and straight, I act for a living now adopting characters for money, it is a language I was born into, I always wanted to be someone else.
"I'm grateful, arrogant, self centred, tenacious, versatile, honest, honourable, loyal, loving, gentle, consistent, reliable, focussed, prideful, passionate and nuts.
"I have a head like a disco ball. If I say I'll do something, unless I absolutely can't, it gets done.
"I never give up on humanity, I love people. I want to see communities stand up, honest and open, flexing to the fullest of their capabilities and combined usefulness."
There's more where that came from and he talks about his head being a 'dangerous neighbourhood' and his life like a 'goldfish walking through a desert'.
If you've ever had a mate deliberately like one of your old Facebook pictures so that it reappears on everyone's timeline, then you might think that good ole Tom might be embarrassed whenever these pictures resurface.
But he's the direct opposite.
When asked about them on Sky News, he responded with: "I've got no shame about my MySpace photos, especially the one of me in my underpants which is a glorious photo of a man in his natural habitat.
"In America, they say 'you should be ashamed of this' but I'm actually not remotely ashamed - that is me in my natural habitat, thank you.
"I might not be an Adonis, but I like to think of myself as an Adonis in that photo."
Sadly, the MySpace appears to have been deleted as Tom has moved onto bigger and better things like blockbuster movies.