New friends needed

I haven't seen my "friends" in over a year. I don't think we're really friends.. So now I'm thinking of ways of making new healthy friendships or acquaintances. I have a lot to offer and this brunch would be better with other people involved. This introvert needs a game plan. I'm in awe of all the people at the beach in groups having a blast.

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Luna Lake

Aug 1, 2020 at 1:00pm

ways of making friends in Vancouver. Learn Chinese ?

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In awe?

Aug 1, 2020 at 1:28pm

By November, I'll be in awe at how many apartments will be available, what with how many covid19 deaths from all the stupid people in groups, especially the ones who go to parks, beaches, bars and parties or assemble in late night group hangouts thinking they're invincible.
I shudder to think how stupid so many people are, how they underestimate this pandemic, how many unnecessary deaths will happen because hospitals will be overwhelmed, how many will suffer with long-term damage. Oh, but you think it's like the flu, that it's hype. Over and over, people all over the world are begging you to listen but you all go ahead. You, who've never attended medical school, who have no training on Infectious diseases, you go ahead and be stubborn because you want to party.
Be in awe. It's going to be awe-inspiring, that's for sure.

Have you tried Meetup?

Aug 1, 2020 at 4:29pm

They even have a brunch meetup group!

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Thats

Aug 1, 2020 at 9:53pm

The reason I left Vancouver, besides the other obvious things.
Came to a similar realization myself this full moon, in that it was time to start spending time with people who are interested in spending time with me. I know I let some friends down and pushed some away but in Vancouver, people tend to have an unspoken agenda that they want to fit you into on their convenience.

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Single urban hermit

Aug 1, 2020 at 10:25pm

"I have a lot to offer..."

You'd better. Because people in Vancouver can't be bothered to get to know you unless there is something in it for them. After years of failing to meet people at Meetups, recreational sports, cooking and language classes, group fitness and other social activities, I've become so disgusted by the entitled and selfish attitudes from others, not to mention the ruthless rejections from the cruel and judgemental people in these social circles, that I've given up.

Having been isolated at home these last few months due to the pandemic, I've learned that I'm actually happiest when I'm alone. And in the few times that I've been outside, I've realized just how much I despise people in general -- though probably not as much as the people who despise me.

No, I don't want to be your friend.

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@In awe?

Aug 1, 2020 at 10:49pm

Please,just read the stats for BC,OK?

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@have you tried

Aug 2, 2020 at 5:52am

Shut up about that stuff

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@SUH

Aug 2, 2020 at 9:22am

I've known people like you, your negativity and loathing is plain to see,and that's why you don't have any friends.
The socially awkward type to be an energy vampire: being with you is exhausting,because you drag people down.
When you're pointing out problems and faults in society- there's 4 fingers poniting back at you.

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@@SUH

Aug 2, 2020 at 1:01pm

"Suh" is the sound you make when those four fingers are being shoved up your ass.

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Anonymous

Aug 2, 2020 at 5:26pm

Who needs friends ?
You've got Netflicks 24/7
Always there when you need them.
No judgement either.
True Friend
The T. V.

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