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FRIENDSHIP
by Anonymous
December 1, 2010

Welcome, welcome...
Friends are friends and crews are crews. We all have people with whom we go to the mall with, study with, roll to the clubs with or just kick it with. But there is one thing that I noticed about stud friendships; we stick together, whether it be in crews or in small pairs of one or two.

Welcome, welcome...

Friends are friends and crews are crews. We all have people with whom we go to the mall with, study with, roll to the clubs with or just kick it with. But there is one thing that I noticed about stud friendships; we stick together, whether it be in crews or in small pairs of one or two.

Friendships with individuals with whom you self-identify with helps you to understand yourself better (i.e. simply having someone whom you may share experiences with and values you as a person). It is thought that in the community sometimes crews, or groups may be looked upon as cool, or strong in numbers, almost like an exclusive alliance that in some cases draws the interests of outsiders who question "how do people get to be in such a close nit circle?"

What seems interesting is that many times crews that large donâ??t last and yet sometimes are still remembered like "back in the day that was the crew, or remember they were in that crew." On the other hand, there are friendships youâ??ll see grow over the course of many years where its simply one, two or even three friends, and wherever you see one you may see the other or the other two. To me, the less, the better. Less friends, the closer the friendships.

So my masculine women, I ask you this: Are crews and groups as strong as one or two friends???

Talk to me. Let's hear some opinions.
Let me hear it, Let me hear it!
You're Girl, TBS (that blogger stud)

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