I am amazed at the number of people I went to school with that want to be my "friend". I was certainly not part of the in crowd, not that I made any efforts to be "in". If you didn't feel the need to be my friend then, I certainly don't feel the need to be yours now.
_________________________ We are what we repeatedly do - Aristotle
I am the same way...all these people from high school, none of whom I talked to after I left, now want to be my friend. yeah..I think not.
Yep me too In fact my friends were on the average 20 years older than I was. I wanted to hang with people who did exciting things, they were the ones who got me into hand gliding, sailing and flying Cessnas . The high school groups basically just surfed and hang out with girls.
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
For the last time, Carp, it's HANG gliding. I know. I owned one too. I don't care what you and your idiot geezer friends called it among yourselves. The rest of the world knows it by its proper name: HANG gliding. HANG gliding. HANG gliding. HANG gliding.
Are we clear on this now?
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