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Posted: 09-13-2006 08:08 PM

Samantha: What qualities are most important to you in friends and/or significant others?

Posted: 09-13-2006 08:12 PM

Samantha: personally, i think i value honesty the most, but sense of humor is a REALLY close second. if you're uptight and serious all of the time, well . . . i just don't like hanging around people like that very much. and open-mindedness (or at least respect for others' differences) is a must.

Posted: 09-13-2006 08:55 PM

SAM: good topic, i like it. well for Sam, I don't know, but I think he would say something like this:
nice people don't know that they're nice, but they think they just alright! If they said the are nice, then most likely they may not be.
funny people are good ones, but sometimes too much fun might get too silly that u can't talk to that person seriously, but there must be a balance between fun and seriousness
has to educated in some manner. in fact I find everyone educated in something, even kids! for example, they r good at PSP! isn't that true?
honesty is a must, but honesty has levels and degrees, i believe. how is that? well, teachers have to have honesty teaching what is true, not just to kill 45min in a lecture just talkin about nothing, right? other honesty type could be spreaded among friends wen u need a real feedback and they don't want to say something not to hurt u, that's not honesty! Other honesty is betweem a man and his soul mate...and that's deep talk u guys don't ...

Posted: 09-13-2006 08:58 PM

SAM: want Sam to say somethin about that, cuze I'm sure that Sam has too much to say about that.
And also another thing is trust, and that is coupled along with honesty. If there isn't trust that is because I don't believe in that someone's honesty, do u see Sam's point?
Also to have self respect, without that a person might not have respect for others.
And also to have dreams...for a man with no dreams is like a bird without wings, right?
And to know english...yea right!
I see now why Sam doesn't have as much friends!!! :]

Posted: 09-13-2006 09:13 PM

SAM: i have somemore to say, but i don't have time now, but soon i will add somemore...
_Sam

Posted: 09-14-2006 09:54 PM

IbRaHiM: In a partner, I like generosity because it shows that the other person is caring. I also like loyalty, honesty, trustworthiness, and spontaniety.......And of course I would also have to include sex appeal and beauty because I would be lying if I said that didn't matter to me

Posted: 09-17-2006 02:01 AM

SAM: first, we have to think. what is friend for, right?
If we get to know the reason of why we getting this friend, then we get to place them in certian catagory, right?
For example, if we get to choose a friend to be a school boddy, I won't really bother if he/she was single! So, I would say, I like them to be educated and group player and open-minded. However, if I those that friend to be a for havin a good time, I like them to be all fun. If I like to have a friend to learn things off of, then I like to be hanggin with, for example, an educated, and maybe, old(they got somethin we don't know!) ...you guys get the point.

Posted: 09-17-2006 02:06 AM

SAM: So, what kind of friend are you looking for! isn't that a better question to be asked right before asking what do you like a friend to be like...
plzzzz correct me if I'm wrong, I like to be corrected. That's a way to learn, right?
_Sam

Posted: 09-19-2006 08:56 AM

Samantha: hmmm . . . that's an interesting way to think about how people make friends. i'm not sure if i've ever done that (consciously anyway). i suppose that people do kind of catagorize potential friends like that, even if they don't realize it. this is my drinking buddy, this is my school buddy, this is my buddy i turn to when i need advice . . . . personally, i don't think i've ever sized someone up like that when i'm meeting them, or going to meet people with those kinds of categories already in my mind. but i know i do it after i get to know them a little.

Posted: 09-19-2006 03:24 PM

SAM: You're totally right about that, but it's a good idea to have something presit in your mind about where you placing them, not them just fall in where they fit, that way you would have selective friends not just someone. Believe me, there is a point in life where you need that kind of friend that you always "thought" he/she could stand next to you to support you, but then you "realize" they are not fit into that catagory. Discovery is something nice, but watch out from the that hurts...because it will make you that "egg" or "carrot" or "coffee bean" <--remember? To just meet people isn't wrong at all, just watch out how you place them in your personal thoughts, because the mind & emotions are tightly coupled! That hits the mind I.Ewow, I've never thought this guy could do that to me!) will have a negativity/positivity on emotions. Wa ya sa?


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