That moment

2 years, 5 months ago

You know that moment when you realize you became friends with someone, like really really accepted them as a part of you? I had that recently with two people. We went to an amazing party, crazy and fun as all hell, we came back and smoked and chilled. But I felt so comfortable with them, I just let my guard down, and for a few hours I felt like I was really just talking to them, real conversations, not that fake shit. What’s crazy is that one person had been in my life for close to 3 years, and the other I met that day. Great feeling. When have you realized you became friends with someone?

06.05.2012 at 1:02 am

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Profile photo of JobbyB. JobbyB. (@jobby1126) 2 years, 5 months ago ago

I believe that moment is different with everyone and is unique to the experience you share with someone, but it all comes down to exactly what you mentioned. “But I felt so comfortable with them, I just let my guard down… real conversations, not that fake shit.”
Men connect on an interactive level. Where as woman connect more conversationally.
If you were friends with one of these people for quite a while, where as this new person was just met, i believe it was your candidness that brought about the immediate connection between all three of you. Im very happy to hear such experiences are as rewarded to some people as they are to me. hope these new connections stay strong :)

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Profile photo of DaJetPlane DaJetPlane (@lytning91) 2 years, 5 months ago ago

@jobby1126 is definitely right about the fact that different people can connect with each friend they have uniquely, as well as the fact that your knowing the one guy for years didn’t mean being friends with that guy for that long.

Things change, circumstances line up, and one single night can effect your entire life in such a great way. I definitely know the feeling of having great friends after a brief period. My recent ex and I met on a blind date and by the end of the night, it felt like we were already a couple. It wasn’t that we were all over each other being perverse, we just had a spark that attracted us and we spent all night talking, laughing, dancing (with some class) and before you know it, we were worn out in a limo snuggled up. We started dating a week later and lasted for 3 1/2 years.

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Profile photo of  Anonymous (@) 2 years, 5 months ago ago

I’d been in my job for a relatively short time and went out with a few work mates for drinks. We ended up back at a house party and had an amazing night talking to strangers like they were best friends all night. From that moment I considered them friends, and the connection we shared with each other and those other people was pretty awesome.

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Profile photo of Th-0m Th-0m (@0negative) 2 years, 5 months ago ago

@lytning91, Word dats beautiful, I like it when you really feel the connection. It’s like the wind, you can’t see it, but you definitely feel it.

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Profile photo of DaJetPlane DaJetPlane (@lytning91) 2 years, 5 months ago ago

@0negative, This is the truth. I wish I knew what I could do to make things right but I know that our separation is the best option for now.

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