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is it considered lame to have the same group of friends since high school?

 
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06/18/2012 01:42 PM
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is it considered lame to have the same group of friends since high school?
your thoughts

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06/18/2012 01:48 PM
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Re: is it considered lame to have the same group of friends since high school?
I live in a small town with one road in and out more or less. Friendships evolve and dissipate as interests change.but everyone still knows each other.also there is very little new blood around everyone recycles relationships.ie everyone knows everyone's exes
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06/18/2012 01:51 PM
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Re: is it considered lame to have the same group of friends since high school?
OP

you date yourself with using the word "lame"

I bet you are maybe a few years out of high school

don't worry about it


My brother, who is 51 invited his 3 best high school buddies to his 50 th birthday party


It is the sign of a healthy person who can make and have long lasting relationships

Don't let anyone tell you different.
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06/18/2012 01:53 PM
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Re: is it considered lame to have the same group of friends since high school?
Being a military brat and moving every 2-4 years meant that I never managed to have the same friends. I'd keep up with several of them by snail-mail for several years, but it's never the same as being able to run into them at the store and keep caught-up on the goings on.

So, from my point of view, I don't think it's lame to have the same friends (providing that those friends have grown and matured, and not kept to high school antics).

That said, I'd also add new friends as my interests change, but always keep some sort of attachment to the older friends and their families. How much depends on the connection you still have interests-wise with them.

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