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    I can't maintain friendships at all and it is starting to get to me.
    I haven't made much effort to keep my friendships from secondary school, mainly because when I got to sixth form I thought I made "better" friends meaning I preferred them to my secondary school mates. Meaning I have kept none of my secondary school friends... But only frequently speak to them when bump into them occasionally (Even then that is rare).

    At sixth form, I have sort of made new friends and became closer to people who I werent as close with in year 12. So I am not as close with the people I made last year...and I feel as if when I leave sixth form I would only leave contact with 2/3 people.

    I feel as if this process is going to be repeated in uni... it is so boring and annoying, I hate it.
    I just feel like giving up with friendship altogether? Can anyone else relate?
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    (Original post by Zinann)
    No surprises there.


    I've seen a lot of your other threads.


    All you do is chat sh*t about stuff you have no clue about.
    thanks greatguy.
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    Friendship is a two way street. but I know sometimes they're difficult to maintain if one person is doing all the work and the other rarely keeps in touch
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    (Original post by Zinann)
    No surprises there.


    I've seen a lot of your other threads.


    All you do is chat sh*t about stuff you have no clue about.
    LOL
    You are so rude
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    (Original post by I am Halal)
    LOL
    You are so rude


    Good.



    You have any other contributions?
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    (Original post by Zinann)
    Good.



    You have any other contributions?
    You are a horrible human being, who likes to put down other people because you were degraded and demeaned throughout your life by other people.
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    (Original post by Zinann)
    You seem to know so much about me based one 2 posts.



    I would call you an idiot but that would be a harmful comparison to the many idiots on TSR. The OP included.
    Sorry but you judged the OP on the basis of the posts she writes on TSR. You dont know her whole life story

    I just did what you did, Haram Boy
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    Honestly, you probably will lose a lot of your friends after 6th form.
    Out of all the friends I had in sixth form I only still talk to about 5 of them and 2 of them only because my other friend is friends with them. I don't even talk to the person I'd consider my best friend from primary school.
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    (Original post by I am Halal)
    Sorry but you judged the OP on the basis of the posts she writes on TSR. You dont know her whole life story

    I just did what you did, Haram Boy


    I called her an idiot based on her numerous contributions on the TSR.

    You're calling me an idiot for pointing it out.
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    (Original post by Zinann)
    I called her an idiot based on her numerous contributions on the TSR.

    You're calling me an idiot for pointing it out.
    I am calling you an idiot for judging the OP on the basis of the posts she writes on TSR which is not a reliable reflection or source of her real life personality
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    (Original post by I am Halal)
    I am calling you an idiot for judging the OP on the basis of the posts she writes on TSR which is not a reliable reflection or source of her real life personality


    If the posts are conspicuous displays of sheer stupidity then yes I do feel that she is an idiot.

    You're an even bigger one to be fair.
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    (Original post by loveleest)
    I can't maintain friendships at all and it is starting to get to me.
    I haven't made much effort to keep my friendships from secondary school, mainly because when I got to sixth form I thought I made "better" friends meaning I preferred them to my secondary school mates. Meaning I have kept none of my secondary school friends... But only frequently speak to them when bump into them occasionally (Even then that is rare).

    At sixth form, I have sort of made new friends and became closer to people who I werent as close with in year 12. So I am not as close with the people I made last year...and I feel as if when I leave sixth form I would only leave contact with 2/3 people.

    I feel as if this process is going to be repeated in uni... it is so boring and annoying, I hate it.
    I just feel like giving up with friendship altogether? Can anyone else relate?
    Sort of in the same boat here. People who I'm friends with at sixth form I just generally talk to when I see them at breaks etc. but we don't share lots in common so I don't hang out with them outside of college. Uni though I'm going to try some clubs to meet people. Uni there will be a larger variety of people and you will most likely find some people you will be close with, just need to put yourself out there and meet them.
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    (Original post by loveleest)
    I can't maintain friendships at all and it is starting to get to me.
    I haven't made much effort to keep my friendships from secondary school, mainly because when I got to sixth form I thought I made "better" friends meaning I preferred them to my secondary school mates. Meaning I have kept none of my secondary school friends... But only frequently speak to them when bump into them occasionally (Even then that is rare).

    At sixth form, I have sort of made new friends and became closer to people who I werent as close with in year 12. So I am not as close with the people I made last year...and I feel as if when I leave sixth form I would only leave contact with 2/3 people.

    I feel as if this process is going to be repeated in uni... it is so boring and annoying, I hate it.
    I just feel like giving up with friendship altogether? Can anyone else relate?
    How about u trying to turn down the whole sassy black lady routine down from an 11 to a 6?


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    (Original post by loveleest)
    I can't maintain friendships at all and it is starting to get to me.
    I haven't made much effort to keep my friendships from secondary school, mainly because when I got to sixth form I thought I made "better" friends meaning I preferred them to my secondary school mates. Meaning I have kept none of my secondary school friends... But only frequently speak to them when bump into them occasionally (Even then that is rare).

    At sixth form, I have sort of made new friends and became closer to people who I werent as close with in year 12. So I am not as close with the people I made last year...and I feel as if when I leave sixth form I would only leave contact with 2/3 people.

    I feel as if this process is going to be repeated in uni... it is so boring and annoying, I hate it.
    I just feel like giving up with friendship altogether? Can anyone else relate?
    I think you should try and make more friends and make sure that you can trust them
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    How about u trying to turn down the whole sassy black lady routine down from an 11 to a 6?


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