Comment #12157

Forum: How do you make friends?
Enochlord
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I have heard all of that before. I have been through all of that before, and I have lectured my friends about that before. It is of no concern to me and saying that generosity is wrong the way you did only offended me. I would ask you to think through what you do, and don't consider your friends to be politicians, people that suck the life out of you whenever they can. If your friends are like politicians, then you need to teach them. Not leave them, help them.
Son_of_Leviathan
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I'm sorry, but what in the world do you hold against politicians? They are nice, interesting and more often than not, very idealistic. When I was 13, like you, I was an intern with a danish politician. Big idol for me now, even though he has retired. I've never found that 'politician' is synonymous with 'evil', as you do. So why do you?
Enochlord
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What I said about politicians was really a joke. There are a lot of jokes about politicians in my valley. My favorite talks about blood suckers, which is why I found it funny that Heiveldboy mentioned them. Poly means many, tics are blood suckers, hence politics. I would put it in the Tell us jokes thread but it's sort of a pun.
Heiveldboy
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Heh, to be honest I thought like that when I was your age (which, even though may seem belittling, isn't the case).

I don't consider the one friend I have to be a 'politician', which is rather strange thing to say. Not all politicians are leeches you know. True, a lot of them are just morons who crave the smallest amount of power, but there are still some that try to do good and change their country. To be honest I find it strange that you criticize my way of thinking only to give a 'close-minded' opinion yourself... It confuses me.

Anyway, to return to my point: I consider my one friend to be someone who gives as much as he takes. There must be a balance between giving and taking and you can't just give everything you own (you spoke of making yourself soo poor you can't even buy bread) and consider those people friends. It's impossible and frankly very dangerous.
Now of course I know you won't care about what I'm saying, because I was like this as well when I was 13. I gave and gave and kept doing so, even when people were warning me not to do so. However whenever I was somehow unable to give anything or in a bad mood or anything like that the people I called 'friends' suddenly abandoned me. At first, especially because I have Asperger and thus don't know that much about social interactions, I considered this strange, but I thought it was normal. Yet this kept repeating and repeating itself and after a while I started to wonder and learned what I consider the harsh and painful truth.

So again I warn you to be careful with what you're doing. Doing something with no limits whatsoever is dangerous and more than not it comes around and bites people in their butts