how do you think you should react when someone ask you for friendship
are you going to be mad or just
Friendships normally evolve over time.
Mature adults seldom "ask" someone to become a friend.
I highly doubt anyone would look a person in the face and say "NO" to being their friend. Most likely they would simply make themself less available or completely unavailable until that person gets the hint or finds someone else to bond with.
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