Wanting Friends

Wanting Friends
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10 years ago if you had a friend chances were that you'd met them at least once, spoke to them on the phone occasionally and they'd visited your house or you'd visited theirs. People had a group, outside of their family, that they could fall back on when they needed emotional or social support. For the most part though they liked to meet up with their friends and chat, watch sport or just hang out.

Henry Lambert
  • 25 may 2006


10 years ago if you had a friend chances were that you’d met them at least once, spoke to them on the phone occasionally and they’d visited your house or you’d visited theirs.

People had a group, outside of their family, that they could fall back on when they needed emotional or social support. For the most part though they liked to meet up with their friends and chat, watch sport or just hang out.

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