To be honest I have two friends. True friends. I can count on them anytime, if I need money (which happens like never) they will always give me (not lend, give), help me whenever I need help and do anything for me, of course I do same for them. And yet I still have fake bitches, talking to them once per month ... but not giving a fuck.
Everyone knows me at school and I shake a lot of people's hands as they come up to me but I've always been the type to rely on respect.
My bestfriend is my girlfriend but other than that I'd say I have about 7 true friends that I can trust to certain points.
Friendship is hard to find nowadays.
I'm a complete introvert, people in real life piss me off and annoy me. I get extremely bad anxiety and whatnot. Don't have many friends in real life except maybe one or two I've known all my life and that have helped me through anything I've ever needed help with. I have trouble connecting with people, because most just piss me off or make me uncomfortable. I have a serious disliking for people, and after past experiences I'm extremely paranoid and don't bother even trying anymore.
I know the feel of having someone you think is your, "friend," when all they're doing is using you for money, drugs, etc. Trying to make real friends is a real challenge, and trying to connect with people not only a pain but tedious and uncomfortable for the most part. Even if you do end up connecting with someone you probably wont end up being very close, possibly go out for a drink or watch a movie or some other stupid shit. All in all, I honestly don't need friends. I don't need people, but that's just me. You need to figure out if you think making true friends and all of this shit is really necessary for you. If not, just keep focusing on you.
I have a lot of friends from school who I usually hang out a lot with during the school year and keep in touch time to time whenever summer comes around. I also have friends that are around my age in my neighborhood. I only have one super close friend that I chill with almost everyday though.
Maybe you should make plans with a certain group of people that you want to be friends with. After chilling with them, grab a hold of their contact info and have general convos with them. You'll eventually get really close with them and they will most likely stick with you for a long time.
Honestly, I don't know what the fuck I did. Maybe I'm an insufferable cunt (likely), or maybe I've just completely changed what I'm interested in. Sadly, I think I'm out of friends. I've lent people money, taken people out to eat, bought booze for parties, offered rides, and been there for people for years... but I'm never involved in any activities with any of my acquaintances unless I initiate contact. I'm closer to my coworkers than anyone else currently. I buy gifts for their daughters, throw bridal showers, and come in to drop off baked goods on my day off. However, none of them know what I've done, or really even who I am.
I haven't seen a single "friend" in over 90 days. I didn't have a single person notice until yesterday.
-I don't drink
-I don't smoke
-I don't go to concerts
-I don't do drugs (anymore?)
I guess in the grand scheme of things it doesn't matter, I'll be leaving my current city in about a month for greener pastures. I just thought that I'd have some sort of going away party, or maybe someone to miss me when I'm gone. I thought that I'd have someone to look forward to coming back to visit, or someone that I could invite out for a drink. I don't have any of that, I'm consumed by work and my little side projects.
I'm slowly changing telephone numbers, removing social media accounts, and getting ready to move on. It feels weird.
This is likely the most serious thread I've posted in well over a year... How many friends do you have? What did I do?
ALSO EAT A DICK, I KNOW SOMEONE IS GOING TO BE A THUNDERCUNT IN THIS THREAD
I used to have many. I mean many. Shitloads. All of them dropped off the face of my Earth except for a couple. Now I have co-workers, but we do socialise outside of work quite a lot, so I think they're friends.
I think everyone, heading into the workforce and the following years will find their circle of friends come and go with completely different faces each time.
nnanannanananana people want to become friends with happy people and happy people aint got nothing to do with having friends or not. You either happy by yourself and people come to you or you are sad by yourself and you'll die alone without anyone noticing you gg.