All social network hierarchies are not created equal. For instance, Myspacewhich experienced a surge in popularity among teenagers in the early aughts. Before Facebook and Twitter reigned supreme, Myspace was a place to connect with friends, flirt with e-crushes and listen to new music. Aside from having a cool profile page, the most important part of the Myspace experience was properly ranking your Top 8. Of course, this was never an exact science; more often than not a friend or cousin would be left out wondering what they did wrong. Or worse yet: you would have to give a family member prime positioning (a sympathy selection). Ever wondered what your ideal Top 8 would have looked like? Here we set the record straight once and for all—in a perfect world, these are the eight types of people you wanted in your Myspace Top 8.