What are some of the things you discuss with someone who may become your friend?
I am open to all kinds of discussions with my friends and will tolerate varying opinions. Just don't be overly bigoted and I am good with discussing things ranging from politics and religion to sports and show business
Answers to questions "What makes you happy?" and "What keeps you busy?"
I guess if you talk about what makes someone happy it could lead to quite a few conversations.
Hi again, Lisa. I think so, too. Talking about it makes a conversation light and sincere I hope. I like it that way. Yep.
by Haunty 8 years ago
Do you think that we can discuss anything and everything with a close friend, a spouse or a parent? Or are there some things that you would never try to discuss?
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