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prettylilpiglette
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Okay so.. I'd seen this post on Facebook a while back and now I'm curious to know how others feel.

COULDN'T FIND A SMALLER ONE, SORRY!

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I personally, have always wanted a friend that I could consider mine only. I dunno.. It's like having a sibling you actually

get along with enough to tell everything to, except with distance between you. Just sticking to one person is a commitment,

even as friends and I would love that because I'm so unintentionally clingy with everyone I meet and instead, I could "settle down" with a friend.

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I personalty don't think its selfish, I think almost everyone has that feeling where they want someone they could stick with and share and tell everything too 

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Guest Mister Grey

Oh for sure it selfish but so what, its also highly unrealistic…I mean should they live in a  bubble waiting for you to come around?  should you both be in a bubble?

 

This is playful daydreaming because its so highly improbable.  really no harm in the thought of it. 

 

 

I’m sure a lot have had this thought from time to time.

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Guest Georgia-Daddy2
I have one of those. We have been best friends for 14 years. Hell he even backed into my truck today and I don't care. It's getting handled and fixed but nothing is really wrong. He has other friends. He's not exclusively my friend (I would find it weird if he was). He has his own bed at my house. He's over here almost every day. It's not goofy to want those things but you can't force them. If you don't get rid of all the wrong friends you will never find the right ones. True friends will look out for each others best interests before their own.
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Guest PianoPlayer

Depends on how you interpret it. 

If you mean having that best friend who you just click with, and you totally understand one another and have a close bond with, then no it's not selfish at all. 
If you mean that this best friend can only have one friend, then that does seem a bit ridiculous.

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Ive had my 'best friend' for 25yrs now, the thought of telling her she can only be my friend and we could settle down as 'friends' seems quite funny.

Do you mean you can only have each other as friends and no one else, because yeah thats selfish and quite risky. What if you fall out? You have no one else and the point of friendship is also to see the other person flourish. Not put them in a box.

Personally that sounds like a committed relationship not a friendship.

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