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When you get older how do you make new friends,  im mid twenties, Ive got like two friends, who i say i used to move with day to day, but they aint on nothing or always broke,

 

 

i made a resoloution that this year, im going to meet new people,do more things and become more sociable, but how do you go about doing it,

 

 

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work drinks

 

work dinners

 

social events

 

draw girls/guys link them thats a social event in itsself

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I went to a rave couple of months ago, started talking to this guy turns out he use to live in tottenham but moved away for 10 years and just had come to London to live that weekend. Got talking turns out we both went to the same secondary school he was couple years younger than me. I took his number because we were gonna go eskimo dance together but I never called him. Will make sure I do though guy seems cool. I found it weird making a new friend like that but saying that I did link a girl I got to know by calling the wrong number.

 

Work is a good place and just being social, met two other guys in a pub took their numbers was suppose to organise a night out. You can make new friends everywhere. Just be carful of what friends you make alie Kurious? 

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I went to a rave couple of months ago, started talking to this guy turns out he use to live in tottenham but moved away for 10 years and just had come to London to live that weekend. Got talking turns out we both went to the same secondary school he was couple years younger than me. I took his number because we were gonna go eskimo dance together but I never called him. Will make sure I do though guy seems cool. I found it weird making a new friend like that but saying that I did link a girl I got to know by calling the wrong number.

 

Work is a good place and just being social, met two other guys in a pub took their numbers was suppose to organise a night out. You can make new friends everywhere. Just be carful of what friends you make alie Kurious? 

 

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I try make new friends everywhere i go, Older i get the more i realise you can't ever have too many friends, networking is the key to being rich.

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I went to a rave couple of months ago, started talking to this guy turns out he use to live in tottenham but moved away for 10 years and just had come to London to live that weekend. Got talking turns out we both went to the same secondary school he was couple years younger than me. I took his number because we were gonna go eskimo dance together but I never called him. Will make sure I do though guy seems cool. I found it weird making a new friend like that but saying that I did link a girl I got to know by calling the wrong number.

 

Work is a good place and just being social, met two other guys in a pub took their numbers was suppose to organise a night out. You can make new friends everywhere. Just be carful of what friends you make alie Kurious? 

 

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I try make new friends everywhere i go, Older i get the more i realise you can't ever have too many friends, networking is the key to being rich.

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But replace 'friends' with 'associates'

Ain't got time to make friends still roll wid my day wanz

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some people tend t make friends in school, but i moved primary school and econdary school so much,

 

Funny thing is i had a few friends in uni, but since graduate, every1 is doing there own thing

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good thread tbh

 

im on making some new associates/friends this year too... same old people are stale and i dont even see uni heads much since we all getting older

 

problem is new associates need to go through the men in black vetting process - they have to be affluent west london ethnics drive as good a car/successful as me and as handsome but not wastemen soft cunts... aint too many professionals who can quote pliny the elder and max b

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raving

team sports - football etc

travelling

work is an easy place to start

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raving

team sports - football etc

work is an easy place to start

work drinks are definitely the best form of socialising... ur white dons ask u to go for beers after work, before u no it, u find that u click with 1-3 of them... u then do other things or on a friday u speak to them and say lets go here or there

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join a club

my sponser goes canoeing and he has met people through that

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raving

team sports - football etc

work is an easy place to start

work drinks are definitely the best form of socialising... ur white dons ask u to go for beers after work, before u no it, u find that u click with 1-3 of them... u then do other things or on a friday u speak to them and say lets go here or there

 

 

:lmao:

 

the pub socials

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Raving come to think about it, during uni i think half of the people i knew and my friends with was from night outs. some i never even seen in a uni bulding before lol

 

Concerts also meet a couple ppl

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Raving come to think about it, during uni i think half of the people i knew and my friends with was from night outs. some i never even seen in a uni bulding before lol

 

Concerts also meet a couple ppl

 

 

Random, not dissing you

 

How do you make friends, at a concert,

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What's confusing about that? You're around a bunch of people who apparently have the same taste in music, everyone's drinking, seems like a decent situation to be sociable.

 

I'd assume not while the headliner is on stage performing.

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What's confusing about that? You're around a bunch of people who apparently have the same taste in music, everyone's drinking, seems like a decent situation to be sociable.

 

I'd assume not while the headliner is on stage performing.

 

 

I was just asking g, i find it weird approaching randoms, then taking there number after meeting them for a brief time

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What's confusing about that? You're around a bunch of people who apparently have the same taste in music, everyone's drinking, seems like a decent situation to be sociable.

 

I'd assume not while the headliner is on stage performing.

 

 

I was just asking g, i find it weird approaching randoms, then taking there number after meeting them for a brief time

 

 

I'm sure this is why he said concert though. 

 

You're in a confined space, you don't need to walk up to them and introduce yourself, just smile, try catch their gaze(if their a girl), small talk, pass them a zoot etc.

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Well with girls I guess its straight forward.

 

With guys I'd only be talking to them if I was next to them anyway (e.g. line for drinks, smoking, etc).

Taking contact details from a random guy would only happen if there was some sort of work link though tbh.

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Come like people don't know the meaning if friends

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Language exchanges. I was goin a couple years ago. Look on fb...they have them for multiple languages or jus one like spanish an u go an nobody knows eachother, some come on their own an its people from other countries who are not only tryon to learn english but also make friends. only thing is english natove speakers never go so u wont make English friends...just foreigners but theres obviously benefits to this

Another thing someone at work told me about was sofa surfers. ..something like that, its a group on fb that organises random nights out im assumin for people who arent fr ldn who want to socialise

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