Yep . . . I have a friend who does that too. . . She'll blast me with four emails in a row . . . and if I don't respond within 7.6 seconds and she's "concerned" about our friendship. <br><br>****************<br><br>[color:blue]VOTE</font color=blue>[color:red] for President George W. Bush on November 2, 2004</font color=red>
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<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I really think each and every person should live ALONE for at least two years of their life to be weened from their dependence of others to survive. It builds character (and your right arm).<p><hr></blockquote><p>You hit the nail on the head. It's a maturity issue. Some people NeeeeeeD other people around them CONSTANTLY. That's a sure sign they have NEVER had to make it on their own. <br><br>Unfortunately, too many people live in a fantasyland where life is constantly one big party. Some grow out of it by the time they're 30, an increasing number of people never do. <br><br>
I agree... it's likely an age thing but when you think about it, up until your mid twenties most people are given a very tight, easily accessed social group through school. Then suddenly it's cold turkey when you hit the real world... you're friend is probably more upset about "the real world" than she is about not being able to connect with you. You're just an affirmation of reality she doesn't want to face.<br><br>What's even scarier than "friends" that do this? Imagine your BOSS being in that phase... *shudder*<br>
Yep I know people even men that really needs to be surrounded with people all day and they are the ones that have tons of children. That would drive me nuts - I am a very private person and certainly don't mind being alone.<br><br>One guy I know took a 2nd job as a Tour Bus driver just to be around people. Hes got 3 kids a wife and the 1st job he works in a department store - talk about needy people. Oh well the fear of being alone is to much for some.<br><br>Sam<br>Did you dip the pen in the companies ink. Sounds like it or she wants the pen??<br><br>
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