Thursday, April 7, 2016

Friends or Merely Friendly

So many degrees and types of friendship out there.
Where to start.

You have the facebook friends that you really don't know, but you may have something in common.

You have your BFF(Best Friends Forever) or BFFs.

You have your friends that you kinda sorta know and hang out with on occasion, but you don't talk about the important stuff.

You have friends with benefits. And we're not talking insurance, though the after-effects can leave you feeling pretty good.

Some people have frenemies. You like each other, but not really. It's complicated.

There are the people married to their best friend and people that have best friends outside marriage.

Some people's best friends are their pets.

Friendship is just all over the psychological map.
Some people need a lot and some people don't.

And to all my blogging friends: This is where I leave you for I have no point to make.

11 comments:

  1. lol no point needed. Friends are all over in all shapes and fur.

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    1. Pat, My old kitty is one of my BFFs.

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  2. What's nice is that there are friends whether we see them or not

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    1. Birgit, this is good cause I don't see anyone very often.

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  3. Need friends to get through life I do believe.

    Betty

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    1. Betty, It would be lonely with no one at all.

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  4. The two of us are just lucky that we've been friends, and have had the same circle of friends, since we were in the single digits. Friends for life are as rare as they come.

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  5. I was thinking how I have probably less than a dozen of real friends- but that's probably enough!

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    1. Lynn, it is. I don't have many. I have a lot of acquaintances, but few very good friends and that's all anyone needs.

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  6. I was thinking how I have probably less than a dozen of real friends- but that's probably enough!

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