You will choice a friend if he have a lot of money, or if he is very educated?

December 22, 2009 4:47am CST
Money or education? What quality do you want from a friend? In this century, when power and money are to first place, is important to have a good education too? Poor and good educated or rich and no education?
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5 responses
@xannebull (1806)
• Philippines
22 Dec 09
i never chose people to be my friend,as long as she has a good heart and a true friend to me, then it would be okay even if she has nothing at all. I don't like a friend who keeps on back biting me and only calls me if she is in need.
@nautilus33 (1831)
22 Dec 09
HI! I will choose him, because of that he is, not of that he has. That means I will choose a friend with an education!
@blablablu (222)
• Indonesia
22 Dec 09
LoL. Rich and stupid! That way we can drain his/her money easily. No no no, I don't really consider intelligence and richness upon making a friend. As long as they can be trusted, their mouth are not babbling anywhere, and they can understand us, then they are friend. It doesn't matter whether they are rich, poor, stupid, or clever :)
@jazelann (112)
• Philippines
22 Dec 09
Hi marianna! It's good to have money, but what's best is education, because it is something no one could ever get from you. There's nothing wrong by being poor, when your educated, you will be able to land a good job. and will earn money. So for me, education is more important. But when choosing a friend, I don't look at the attributes and personalities, because if bad people won't have good friends, who will let them see good? We should be friends to everyone.
@benny128 (3622)
22 Dec 09
rich and no education everytime, whats the point having loads of qualifications and being poor, aslong as you have a good basic eductaion then thats fine. I have a friend who has a phd, and he has never worked since getting it 6 years ago and is just sat in the house as can't afford to go anywhere not good.