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Q: Making friends in Kansas ( No Answer,   3 Comments )
Subject: Making friends in Kansas
Category: Relationships and Society > Relationships
Asked by: tkinkansas-ga
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Posted: 06 Sep 2005 20:13 PDT
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Question ID: 565067
How do I meet people between 21 and 35 in Wichita, KS!
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Subject: Re: Making friends in Kansas
From: bozo99-ga on 15 Sep 2005 15:58 PDT
Get a dog called Toto and if you're not too fussy there may soon be a
small crowd following you!
Subject: Re: Making friends in Kansas
From: zenonone-ga on 20 Sep 2005 11:35 PDT
Well that is simple..

First ignore the Toto jokes since these are as old as bozo99-ga's grandma.
I am from KS and lived in Wichita, Hutchinson, Lyons, Chase and
Sterling during a power plant hi-line contract with KGE there.  The
quickest way is either by peers and peer relationship to culture.  KS
is mix mash of so many cultures that like to do "new" things just like
everyone else our age.  The parks are the best due to the relative
safe feeling environment.  No body acts a fool....
the other choices are standard such as bar, night club, secondary
education school peers have many social events, and offer a variety at
WSU.  Also Emporia can be a bit of a stretch, since it is steer town
and many youth venture into the "big city" atmosphere.  Follow the
"buzz" from these previous mentioned small towns to see what is new to
these new interns of fun.  I did when I was there and I lived in
Wichita for 4 years and did not know about so many new places to have
fun with new people who were just out to explore.  Best ADVICE< get up
off them cheeks and go out for just yourself, if you are a real
person, you will attract the right mix...enjoy
Subject: Re: Making friends in Kansas
From: byrd-ga on 20 Sep 2005 11:48 PDT
I have lived in over a dozen cities from one end of the U.S. to the
other over the course of a life of more than five decades, and have
found the same technique to work in all places under all
circumstances, and I have never lacked for friends. The technique is
this: join a group that is engaged in something *you* like to do. Then
attend meetings, volunteer for activities, help out, be approachable.
You will meet acquaintances who share your interests, and along the
way, some (not all) of them will surely become your friends. You will
also open the door to other opportunities you can't even envision now.
As zenonone-ga said, though, it means getting up and out. So go
already, join a church, check out volunteer opportunities, sign up for
a class, you get the idea. An good luck!

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