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    I talk to a lot of people at school, real life isn't really the problem. However, I never seem to have talks over social media with these same people - I'll talk to my mates and they'll say "so i was talking to x person last night and they said..." which kinda bums me out. I only really talk to people if theres something going on that we're both doing/ something we've both done (but this is rare), and don't really know how to just start a random conversation without a lead in that involves an event were doing.
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    I talk to a lot of people at school, real life isn't really the problem. However, I never seem to have talks over social media with these same people - I'll talk to my mates and they'll say "so i was talking to x person last night and they said..." which kinda bums me out. I only really talk to people if theres something going on that we're both doing/ something we've both done (but this is rare), and don't really know how to just start a random conversation without a lead in that involves an event were doing.
    Although I have no advice to offer, same.

    The one thing I don't do is say 'hi how are you'. It seems destined for failure.
 
 
 
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