Discussion in 'The Alley' started by Thomas Huxley, Jul 6, 2013.
I need new friends. How do I make them?
try speaking directly to the person youre wanting to make your friend while looking them in the eyes. Also acting genuinely interested in their conversations is effective sometimes, the balance between input and listening is a teetering one. You must listen a little more than you input. If you input too little or listen too much people will grow bored of your conversation and not seek you out when looking for things to do while with someone
that should help let me know how it goes
i have a few other tips but they are rookie moves and i dont normally suggest them
I dont know who i want to make my friend. I think i need to
Do more research
tell them you eat your own cum.
This is a serious thread
Hell if i know.
You guys got meetup.com?
Googling that url now
and you can get laid @
I can get laid easy. Im not ugly.
Its friends i suffer a lack of
i'll be your friend.
No. I want friends who arent losers
i'm Jerry and you're her.
Wow nearly watched a seinfield clip
British comedy in it's prime was Mr. Bean.
yeah, this is important, best thing is to break people into groups and separate those groups into preferable and non-preferable's(or np's). Throw away your np's and then within your preferable groups seperate them even more by eliminating criteria you find unpleasant. Keep doing this until youve whittled the list down to 1 or 2 specific kinds of people. Shun the others. Take the 2 kinds of people and apply my first post's advice. This should get you a friend, and at the least, lots of enemies, and like they say if youre looking for companionship, its best to keep your enemies closer and so they sometimes make the best friends.
i run friendship seminars for ninjas and have been very successful
In 1987, one of Mr. Bean's earliest appearances occurred at the "Just For Laughs" comedy festival in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. When programme co-ordinators were scheduling Atkinson into the festival programme, Atkinson insisted that he perform on the French-speaking bill rather than the English-speaking programme. Having no French dialogue in his act at all, programme co-ordinators could not understand why Atkinson wanted to perform on the French bill. As it turned out, Atkinson's act at the festival was a test platform for the Mr. Beancharacter and Atkinson wanted to see how the silent character's physical comedy would fare on an international stage with a non-English speaking audience
^^never knew that tbh
^^i tried to pronounce that at least 4 times.
Be the Anti-Twampsin.
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