Social Question

Hibernate's avatar

How often do you visit your friends ?

Asked by Hibernate (9058points) June 24th, 2011

It’s well known that if you visit someone too often he’ll start to dislike / hate / never want to see you again / show signs of spite etc etc

But how often do you visit others ?

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17 Answers

_zen_'s avatar

Not very often. Hardly ever.

whitenoise's avatar

“It’s well known that if you visit someone too often he’ll start to dislike / hate / never want to see you again / show signs of spite etc etc”

Really?

jeremyh's avatar

I live with my friends. We have rented a room together. We seem to like each other. There is no conflict between us. It depends upon the individual if its nature is that way then you can’t do nothing about it.

Roby's avatar

Don’t have any to visit…LOL

Plucky's avatar

Not often enough.

Hibernate's avatar

@whitenoise

Let your foot be seldom in your neighbor’s house, lest he become weary of you and hate you.
[ proverbs 25 17 ]

whitenoise's avatar

Well… too much of a good thing…

Me personally, I don’t start to “dislike / hate / never want to see you again / show signs of spite etc etc” .

I just would tell that I need a little more space for my own. Either explicitly, or implicitly.

downtide's avatar

At their houses, very rarely. I have only one friend whose house I go to on a semi-regular basis and that’s rarely more than once a month. I tend to meet up with my friends in other places.

graynett's avatar

My mate! “Make yourself at home, I’m at home, wish you were too” So Not often

flutherother's avatar

Increasingly rarely.

aprilsimnel's avatar

Hmm. I think it’s spread out to once every couple of weeks for most friends.

stardust's avatar

Not very often as of late.

Jeruba's avatar

Very seldom. We usually meet somewhere other than at our homes (which is what I take you to mean by “visit”: pay a call to, enjoy the hospitality of). We have lunch or dinner together at a restaurant, meet for tea, see a movie, go to the opera. And I visit with them then, in the sense of having a conversation, meaning that we exchange personal stories, opinions, and information.

I’m not sure how well known your thesis is. Do you just mean that it’s well known to you? I imagine that “too often” is subjective and changes with time. In my teens and college years I saw my best friends just about every day. Now once a month or so feels like a comfortable frequency.

Bellatrix's avatar

Not often enough. We should visit our friends more.

KateTheGreat's avatar

Not as much as I would like. I don’t visit very often.

That’s why I’m going on a Grand American road trip sometime soon. I must catch up with the homies. :)

Hibernate's avatar

Thanks for replies ^^

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