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I really want to make friends

I want to feel like I belong and have place in a group. Especially with men. Its so unfamiliar to me that a man will *just* want to be my friend. No strings attached
DiegoWolfe · 36-40
i suggest waiting till spring when the ground thaws, and look for the graves that look freshly filled before the lid is places on it, you may need to get there fast with a truck that is covered in the bed, so you can flop the body into it.... then do as Frodrick found out and reverse the polarity from plus to minus and minus to plus and let a bolt of lightning bring your new buddy to life, just dont use an abnormal brain...

you have been warned!!!!!!!!!!!!
gdon39 · 41-45, M
How about a new SW friend? I am pretty sure we can get along quite easily and nicely as well.
Yeah I kind of gave up expecting strings with people anyway lol It's a bit more peaceful that way too.
jshm2 · 41-45, M
Reads like you're looking for a swingers ball, to get gangbanged raw.
LandOfOz · M
You never respond
Ohbabe · 22-25, F
@LandOfOz I meant more in person. Im sorry I haven’t gotten back to you 🤍
SarithBorn · 18-21, M
That old chestnut 🤣
ViciDraco · 36-40, M
The problem with men is that if you are our friend that means we know we can get along with you and that familiarity increases the potential we see in someone else as a long term partner. Specific to you, you are cute as well which hits both long term and short term partner criteria.

Not all men, and many of us are willing to be friends once it's been made clear the other option isn't on the table. Most of us don't mean to be pests, but dating can be intimidating and from our perspectives friends are easier to approach than strangers.

Not making an excuse of it, though. I also understand that women can sometimes feel like they are pursued non-stop and that gets tiring and sometimes you just want friends that you can relax around without worrying they are going to try to chase you.

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