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I’ve never watched F.R.I.E.N.D.S, so I cannot answer this without doing a lot of research. However, the previous answer seems to have been given by a knowledge viewer.

I could see this character, whom I have heard is pretty nice, wanting to meet a nice guy, have a perfect kiss, and make peace with another character. However, I have no idea what “a mile in the bouncing ball” means.

Even though viewers of F.R.I.E.N.D.S could more easily answer this question, I have taken my best stab at it. I would watch the series to understand Phoebe’s wishes better, but I don’t have time to do that and answer this question in a timely manner.

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Friendship is defined by the bond formed between the people who need companionship and loyalty. It is also characterized by the shared mutual respect that the people have for each other. If there is a common interest shared it is even better because the foundation of any good friendship should be based on common ground and shared beliefs.

Friendship is defined by the love we share as people and the quality time spent to maintain the association as it grows over time. Friendship is a significant way that we as humans test our loyalty towards one another and grow as individuals.

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To me, friendship should always come first because without that, there is no hope and no love. In a lover, I would tend to look in the direction of someone who is a loyal and authentic friend and someone who is not even remotely capable of having a self-centered heart.

I think that you should always put your feelings first, specifically when it comes to staying true to yourself. I think you must be candid about who you are and know your self well enough to say no when it is necessary. Also, fortune can come and go but love lasts continually; however, it is always a plus to have nice things for yourself.

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My friendship with people is usually based on our shared common interests or a bond I have formed and nurtured over time with people I care about. I feel like friendship should be determined by the quality of the time you spend with those whom you consider being your friends.

I think if someone is a true friend, they do not judge you, even if they do not agree with your choices. However, they do speak up when they believe a decision you have made will put your life in danger somehow or put you in danger as a person. Friendship should be determined by loyalty and trust, not something tangible.

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I have three amazing friends. Abigail, Jemima, and Anita, and they all like different things. Abigail loves to be gifted with memorable and long lasting gifts. I often like to get her books, novels, cloth items, and shoes. Jemima, on the other hands, like all things fashion, so I get her things pertaining to fashion, and she always loves them.

I gift her with makeup items, necklace, and the likes. Anita loves to eat. I get her nice chocolate, and it works every time because she always asks for more. In conclusion, I give my friends gifts that they like and value. I love my friends because they also get me unusual and beautiful gifts as well.

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It is not often that a friend offends me and typically, I tend to take offense if something is said to me with malice, or if it is repeated over and over several times. I feel that if someone can say something to me that others would consider as attacking, but they can say it in a supportive way, or with kind-heartedness, then it is okay.

I think it depends on the way you say something and how it reaches the person or how you say it to them, and they can comprehend it is told with love. They say that presentation is everything and this is true in most things.

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Friendship is something that should matter to you because It is something that ought to make you feel safe and comfortable enough to share things with that person. Friendship must work both ways with giving and taking. You should feel valued by the person just as much as you should appreciate them as well. There must be a mutual understanding and respect in that the two friends can each have their own unique beauty.

However, if you rub it in someone’s face that there are good points that you have and they do not then this will provoke competition and envy between the two of you that is unnecessary, and it takes away from the goodness of the friendship. Also, always try to be a good listener to your friend. Listening lets the other person know you care about them.

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S. Barnes

Driving down to Knowledge town

We can be friends, not because of your gender because of your personality. It will not matter anymore if you are a girl or a boy as long as we have some things in common and there are things that we can talk about easily. There are some people that you meet wherein you will immediately know that you will become friends.

Then, there are also some people that you will meet that you will automatically dislike even when the person is not doing anything to you. There are different reasons for this, but your view of the different people that you meet and hang out with can change in the future, especially if you or your friends would also change.

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S. Barnes

Driving down to Knowledge town

No, I will not dump you if my friends told me to dump you. I love and respect my friends, and they can give opinions about my life, but they can never dictate what I can do. I will never dictate what they can and cannot do too. All that I can do is to accept that there are some things about them that I may not like but cannot change.

My friends and I respect each other, so I am pretty sure that they would not ask me to dump someone. They are much more respectful than that. If I dumped you, I would do it because of a valid reason, and it will not be because my friends told me so.

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I do not make friends easily or quickly. I take my time to study a person. First, I try to understand their personality, are they positive or negative minded. This is very important for me as I do not want negative energy around me. Then I look for the common interest that I share with the person.

This can be career-wise, relating to beliefs, plans, and lifestyle, and so on. After studying this person and I make up my mind to be friends with the person. Naturally, the friendship begins to grow, and as time pass, we know each other better, and we become great friends.

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