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    Ever tried that?
    You alone befriending someone then breaking into their social circle.
    I have but it's quite hard because they don't call you, contact you or anything.
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    If you're really good friends with the original person and you're putting then breaking in isn't very difficult, you just build up friendships with other members of the circle and go from there. I'm in touch with people that I met from other social groups now after leaving two years ago, like I've lost touch with some of the original people that made me join the circles originally so it just goes to show how you can do if you're a decent person
 
 
 
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