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    One convo went goodish, one went really bad, 3 people havent even opened their phone yet, i ended up talking about somethi g boring in one convo

    Will try again with different people tomorrow
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    One convo went goodish, one went really bad, 3 people havent even opened their phone yet, i ended up talking about somethi g boring in one convo

    Will try again with different people tomorrow
    Where, why, what, when, who and how?
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    Where, why, what, when, who and how?

    Tried talking to people I know via social media, generally O tend to talk to people in school but not out of school
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    Tried talking to people I know via social media, generally O tend to talk to people in school but not out of school
    That doesn't count as socialising, why don't you go out and play pokemon Go? I've met loads of people outside and had very interested conversations with them!
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    That doesn't count as socialising, why don't you go out and play pokemon Go? I've met loads of people outside and had very interested conversations with them!
    I want to develop friendships with those I already know, anyways I dont have mobile data -.-
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    (Original post by Marshall Taylor)
    That doesn't count as socialising, why don't you go out and play pokemon Go? I've met loads of people outside and had very interested conversations with them!
    Wonder where you go to find people to socialise AND play? I live in a area full of primary schools so most of the people who play are under 11 years old.
 
 
 
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