I reviewed all my friend requests and made decisions

@cripfemme (7715)
United States
February 19, 2009 9:46am CST
At the beginning of last week, I realized I had over 100 friend requests unanswered often for months. I decided this was unacceptable and began the process of going through them. My requirements were simple; I would accept you as a friend here if you had actually started a discussion that was interesting. My only disqualifications were; if your profile was deleted (obviously), if you hadn't started any discussions because why would I want to be friends with you if you have nothing intelligent to say, or if you were way into perversion or money. Sadly, too many mylotters fit into this category, especially the pervert part. How do you make decisions on friends requests? Do you have any process at all?
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3 responses
• United States
20 Feb 09
Hi, I try to get to all of my friends discussions. Even if I don't comment, I do read them. I just observe the discussion starters and if they respond to he people who respond to the discussions. If I find someone that never responds to comments, I just delete them as my friend.
@aisaellis22 (6449)
• United States
19 Feb 09
Hello cripfemme! Honestly, at first, I just accept and accept friend requests without even going or checking the members profile. But then one time, I went through a discussion about accepting friend requests and that when she checked his profile, the member was totally messing here like responding to all the discussions with these (wsgfnnvgfbgfh;svhbgndfy;m dhhf;). So now, I have to be very careful when accepting and I check the profile first.
@alokn99 (5717)
• India
19 Feb 09
I would normally accept all of them first, except of course if i see something in the posts that i don't like, (abusiv,racist...). I normally tend to review my friends in my list at some intervals of time and if i find them inactive then i remove them.