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what do you think about your older friends
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Posted 12/18/13

melodyXXnur wrote:

honestly, i don't care much about age. i love to be friends with all people that i meet. what do you think about yourself?


If you don't mind can you add me as buddy?
Posted 12/18/13 , edited 12/18/13
They're older.
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Posted 12/18/13
I've got a friend who is 40. Doesn't really matter at all.
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Posted 12/18/13
I once had a friend in freshman year, and now I think she's probably 20 right now.I wonder how she is doing right now.
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Posted 12/18/13

melodyXXnur wrote:

honestly, i don't care much about age. i love to be friends with all people that i meet. what do you think about yourself?


I actually don't have anyone older than I as a friend by any significant age. (excluding family members) I'm always the eldest. But unless we're doing something plainly sexual, then it isn't that awkward at all.
Posted 12/19/13

Thfelese wrote:


melodyXXnur wrote:

honestly, i don't care much about age. i love to be friends with all people that i meet. what do you think about yourself?


If you don't mind can you add me as buddy?


sure i will. i have a new older friend XD
Posted 12/19/13

belathor_nalaar wrote:


melodyXXnur wrote:

honestly, i don't care much about age. i love to be friends with all people that i meet. what do you think about yourself?


I actually don't have anyone older than I as a friend by any significant age. (excluding family members) I'm always the eldest. But unless we're doing something plainly sexual, then it isn't that awkward at all.


then I'm sure you must be a good friend to your younger friends
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When I lived back in Colorado, I had the holy trinity of friends i.e, they all shared at least one of my main interests.

Gaming
Anime
Internet

One interest per person, one might say.

Had to abandon them all and move to this crappy state (And no I won't tell what that state is)

I also used to have a sort of "childhood friend" when I was in CO.

Ended with him being a total ass and blowing me off for his "cool, new friends".

And now I'm a loner because eventually I will move back to CO and I don't want to experience the pain of abandoning friends again.
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Posted 12/19/13 , edited 12/19/13
I don't think the age matters at all. It's the interests and personality of a person that gets me to befriend them. Infact, I've often preferred talking to older people. As the teenager I am now, most people would talk about phones and relationships of which I had no interest, and as such I found it easier to hold a conversation with teachers at school. I could, of course, act immature or goofy because of my age, but as far as conversation went I've always had more mature or niche interests. In terms of interests, I found it easier on my work experience to talk to one of the employees who was probably in his 40s about the next-gen consoles, than I ever would to a teenage boy about football.
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What friends?
Posted 12/19/13

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I don't think the age matters at all. It's the interests and personality of a person that gets me to befriend them. Infact, I've often preferred talking to older people. As the teenager I am now, most people would talk about phones and relationships of which I had no interest, and as such I found it easier to hold a conversation with teachers at school. I could, of course, act immature or goofy because of my age, but as far as conversation went I've always had more mature or niche interests. In terms of interests, I found it easier on my work experience to talk to one of the employees who was probably in his 40s about the next-gen consoles, than I ever would to a teenage boy about football.


I think you're amazing xD
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Posted 12/19/13

melodyXXnur wrote:


BLACKOUTMK2 wrote:

I don't think the age matters at all. It's the interests and personality of a person that gets me to befriend them. Infact, I've often preferred talking to older people. As the teenager I am now, most people would talk about phones and relationships of which I had no interest, and as such I found it easier to hold a conversation with teachers at school. I could, of course, act immature or goofy because of my age, but as far as conversation went I've always had more mature or niche interests. In terms of interests, I found it easier on my work experience to talk to one of the employees who was probably in his 40s about the next-gen consoles, than I ever would to a teenage boy about football.


I think you're amazing xD


Well, I suppose that's one word for me lol.
Posted 12/19/13
Do not have friends, but many acquaintances that were older than I, we got along okay. No other opinion besides that about them. I felt partially more connected and comfortable around older audiences, I guess because of my past experiences with individuals my age or younger.

I agree with the other respondents here that age should not be a main factor to focus on, but I somewhat disagree in terms on adult-children friendships due to child predators.

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Posted 12/19/13
I love 'em. They're the best. I prefer older folks. I learn a helluva lot more from them.
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dirty_soap_dish wrote:

I love 'em. They're the best. I prefer older folks. I learn a helluva lot more from them.


What do you learn?
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