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Thaya

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In Topic: Do you have male camaraderie in your life, junkie?

Yesterday, 04:50 AM

like, if you come to russia and get all of your shit stolen or whatever, hit me up

In Topic: Do you have male camaraderie in your life, junkie?

Yesterday, 04:41 AM

i could say some of you ajot pricks are 'bros' to me actually

In Topic: Do you have male camaraderie in your life, junkie?

Yesterday, 04:07 AM

hmm

there's very few people i actually use the word 'friend' for, and one of them i got to know from playing 2v2 arena with him in wow. that was in s5 and s6 so many years ago now and we haven't really played games or 'worked' together on anything since then (not anything as 'big' as our 2v2 anyway), yet the relationship still evolved from teammates/partners into close friends

anyway, when i think back about it, the image i got in my head is like we've been to war together. i can rely on him and trust him because i know exactly how he acts in stressful situations (cuz we've been thru many), and it works the same vice versa. furthermore, i can say the same thing about a few other people i've played with in wow; although none of them really became personal friends, they're still people i wouldn't mind "going to war with" because i know they're reliable and trustable. i guess this is what you'd call a comrade or a 'bro'?

the wow examples are pretty lame yeah but from what i understand this is just something that develops when you interact with people all the time or even involve with them in certain activities (i.e. the sports examples). i guess i'm not really the 'bro' type either tho because in my mind teammates are just teammates (not necessarily bros), people in gym are just people in gym (imo this is a bad example in general cuz you're not even a "team" in gyms, you just come, do your thing and leave), etc.

on the other hand though, all of my irl friends (all 3 of them, heh) are from university or school, and its largely thanks to us being part of the same classes and stuff that we became friends in the first place. just the whole '5 years of seeing these dudes almost every day of the week' thing played a pretty big role. its only one point of many by now though, but honestly, if i didn't HAVE to contact, interact and work with these people every day over such a long period of time, i probably would've never known them well enough to develop any kind of bond with them

i don't really understand the subject of discussion tbh not even the wikipedia page helps. it's pretty vague

In Topic: [Music] What are you listening to?

Yesterday, 03:42 AM

nah i got it from beatpete & wuntwo 50/50 mixtape, not too familiar with herbie manns music yet

will check it out tho

In Topic: [Music] What are you listening to?

02 May 2016 - 06:12 PM


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