Do you consider yourself friendly to strangers?
Speaking to new people is good for forming a possible conversation or friendship.
I am definitely open and friendly on vacation, because then I'm escaping the "real" world and I've found it to be so nice that I try to do that when I come home too. Works for a while and then the stress of modern life closes me up again. But will keep trying!
Yes, I consider myself friendly to strangers. As long as they seem to be someone who is receptive to conversation and speaking to a stranger, and aren't angry or obviously unapproachable, it's easy to speak to people. Even if they weren't friendly and it was obvious, I wouldn't be unfriendly, I just wouldn't strike up a conversation with that person. For me, being friendly to everyone is easy and even just a smile can make a big difference.
In the late 70s there was a TV commercial on, I don't even remember for what, but one of the lines was "smiles are friendmakers" or something to that effect. I will always remember that. : ) It can be true.
I am forced to be friendly to everyone due to my work in the hospitality industry. But in my everyday life, I would say no. I prefer not to enter into chit-chat with strangers. A nod or a brief smile will do just fine.
Not much. Not that I want to be nasty, but shyness makes me crash and sometimes act estranah for fear of not being accepted by people who do not know me.
Open to engaging a converstion with new people, but I find all too often that they are wary, suspious, so hating to put anyone on the spot tend not to do so unless they engage me first now as a rule!!
I am better with intimate friends, and strangers than I am with the "casual acquaintances". I
I'm friendly to strangers. But that does not mean I let my guard down. I try to be as cordial as possible but I do choose information I share.
No! mother said not to talk to stranger.... learn from Red Riding Hood"
Yes vey much so. All of my friends started out as strangers...some stranger than others.
You never get a second chance to make a first impression.Its important to always put your best foot forward.
yes, i am very nice and like to help strangers if they need helps.
I have trust issues so I tend not to go out and try to make friends. I will be nice as I can with out being too open. Some people take offense to me because I am not an out going person when I first meet people. I tend to say few words and keep to myself until I get to know people.
Yes, i do consider myself friendly to strangers. Until they try to creep all over you, i think its perfectly fine to behave like friends.
i try to be friendly towards everyone though it isn't always possible. if i see someone broken down, i always stop to help. if i'm in line at a store, i talk to the folks who are inline with me.
I am. Maybe I could stand to be less friendly. And I wish I could be just as friendly to people that I do know. Maybe I find it easier to be nice to people I have no attachment to or history with.
I'm very friendly to strangers. I'm so friendly to strangers that they always look at me like I'm nuts. I just gave the woman checking me out at Sam's a recipe.
not friendly but it's best to be polite, everyone was a stranger once and you don't want to upset someone you may see again :p
I am guarded around people I do not know, especially strangers. I follow the rule to never talk to strangers!
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