Making friends


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At one time I was unwilling to speak to anyone, while at other times I would not only talk, but go to the length of contemplating making friends with them.
What Mills had learned represented him as a young gentleman who had arrived furnished with proper credentials and who apparently was doing his best to waste his life in an eccentric fashion, with a bohemian set(one poet, at least, emerged out of it later) on one side, and on the other making friends with the people of the Old Town, pilots, coasters, sailors, workers of all sorts.
Not contented, Sir,' said Mr Chuckster, 'with making friends with Abel, he has cultivated the acquaintance of his father and mother.
As he had a smooth tongue and good manners, he really did very well in his new profession, and he devoted himself specially to making friends with the servants in big houses, so as to gain access to their masters.
Sam, loud and overbearing as he was, she rather regretted when he went, for he was clever and intelligent, and glad to be employed in any errand in the town; and though spurning the remonstrances of Susan, given as they were, though very reasonable in themselves, with ill-timed and powerless warmth, was beginning to be influenced by Fanny's services and gentle persuasions; and she found that the best of the three younger ones was gone in him: Tom and Charles being at least as many years as they were his juniors distant from that age of feeling and reason, which might suggest the expediency of making friends, and of endeavouring to be less disagreeable.
and she fetched first one and then another of them a clip and sent them howling, and then the rest followed; and the next second half of them come back, wagging their tails around me, and making friends with me.
But it's a sad fact that making friends gets more difficult after you reach 30.
Don't let it stop you from making friends with other people at school.
That's why school teams needs "The Making Friends Program: Supporting Acceptance in Your K-2 Classroom", a ready-to-use resource that is a simple, fun, and effective way to promote social acceptance in the critical early years of attitude development.
Three-year-old German shepherd Max is described by staff at Dogs Trust Merseyside as a "gentle giant" who loves making friends.
Following a short assembly rst thing, the boys then accompanied their Learning Leader to their new House and spent the rst lesson of the day making friends with the other boys who will remain in their tutor group for the next ve years.
As many as 51 per cent said they had no interest in making friends during a holiday while 15 per cent were indifferent about it.