31 thoughts on “I have news for you

  1. Ark says:

    I don’t think I even know 150 people let alone have this many friends, and this would include ”knowing” hooligans like you!

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    • makagutu says:

      You have been living in a bunker my friend. And when did I become a Man U supporter. Those are the only hooligans I know and other football supporters, of course 🙂

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  2. ladysighs says:

    Like it’s some big deal.
    I’ll meet you on the other side. 😉

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  3. shelldigger says:

    There is no way in hell I could put up with 150 people. The moron to decent person ratio is way too high! In 150 random people, 135 of them are intolerable idiots. 10 of the remaining are somewhat tolerable, but probably not on my hanging out list, and the remaining 5 I can maybe, actually put up with, and two of those are iffy. 😉

    “We are all going to die.” Yes, I know. Life is too short to put up with idiots. See above ^^^^

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    • makagutu says:

      Hahaha, Shelldigger you have made my day.
      150 is quite a number anyway

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      • basenjibrian says:

        I can probably count on one or two hands my “friends”. I am, for the moment, still employed, so I have my coworkers. I have my siblings. My best friends are probably ex-coworkers (one retired, one moved to another employer). I don’t do team sports. Don’t go to church. Am terribly un-civically engaged except through my employer.

        Oh well. I am by nature pretty solitary. I do enjoy my cyber-pals, of course. pre-interent I would be even more disengaged, I fear.

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        • makagutu says:

          I have been thinking about coworkers whether they are friends or just people we know. Over time, I notice if they change jobs or quit, communication dwindles and sometimes even dies.
          I can count a bunch of people as close friends but they can’t go past 10.

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          • Nan says:

            I think for many of us, since we see them regularly, our “friends” do tend to be those we work with. And regrettably, once you leave the work world (or change jobs), those “friends’ seem to slowly fade into the background. Even those with whom we were especially close … time and circumstances tend to cut the ties.

            Then you finally reach retirement, unless you lean towards a “social life” (e.g., Bingo @ the Senior Center), friends tend to be your spouse and children.

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  4. Nan says:

    “We’re all going to die” … and this is news?

    As for the number of “friends” … this is what a person studies/investigates to keep him/herself entertained?

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  5. renudepride says:

    I don’t think that I have 150 friends, so does that mean that I’ll live forever? I hope not! Naked hugs! 🙂

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