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fake friends but have lots of money or honest friends that have your back but be living in poverty?
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Lots of money please.
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(Original post by Torriee009)
fake friends but have lots of money or honest friends that have your back but be living in poverty?
Honest friends because I'd rather be happy and poor than rich and miserable
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Honest friends because I'd rather be happy and poor than rich and miserable
Why does having loads of money mean you'll be miserable?
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Why does having loads of money mean you'll be miserable?
The OP said fake friends. Having fake friends would make me unhappy.
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Lots of money, forget poverty.
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MoneyMoneyMoney, if I'm being completely honest.
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Lot of money. The vast majority of people who have attempted to befriend me have turned out to be "fake" (eurgh. really dislike the word when used in this context.) so I'd rather just have the money and be in the position I'm in now -- a loner who's more than happy to be a loner. :borat:
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Money. Definitely the money...


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(Original post by chickenonsteroids)
Why does having loads of money mean you'll be miserable?
It's not the having loads of money that would make you miserable - it's the fake friends - meaning you don't really have anyone to enjoy it with because the people you'd be spending it on would just value your money and not you. Even assuming you didn't know they were fake they'd be more likely to let you down and not be there for you when you need them.
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Real "friends" don't exist. The money, s'il vous plait.
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Lots of money.
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(Original post by ninuzu)
Honest friends because I'd rather be happy and poor than rich and miserable
Money=honey
Did you notice how you're the only one here saying you want honest friends? :rofl:
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Money=honey
Did you notice how you're the only one here saying you want honest friends? :rofl:
I have noticed that... I'm a bit surprised, actually
No need to take the piss though, Jenya. Meanie.
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I have noticed that... I'm a bit surprised, actually
No need to take the piss though, Jenya. Meanie.
I was not!
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Friends and family.


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I was not!
You're always mean to me </3
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How common are honest friends though? To me the option sounds like being a case of having lots of money and normal friends.
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I'd definitely rather have honest friends and family. Money is obviously good, but i'd feel my life was empty without good friends and family, I'd have money but no-one to share it with - therefore making it pointless. I'd rather have friends and family and be poor than be rich but lonely. Money increases material/consumer wealth and happiness but family and friends increase social/emotional happiness, which to me is far more important.
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Managed to save up quite a bit of money from working and having money and spending money doesn't really make me happy, my friends do. So even though people might think it's BS, i'd definitely choose family and real friends over money. Before you quote me, remember that different people find happiness in different things, and having loving and meaningful relationships are one of the few things that make me happy in my life.
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