What tend you to send a friend request,here?

@abhaijith (2837)
India
January 13, 2010 5:43am CST
Adding as a friend in Mylot, helps us to participate more in his/her discussions and comment on their activities and responses etc etc. While visiting a profile what tend you to send a friend request to that person? Is it the discussion topics that he has started? Or you send, friend requests to only your country people? I won't deny the requests that coming to me and have many good friends from all around the world, here. Have you ever denied friend requests?
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@Sreekala (21991)
• India
13 Jan 10
Hi abhai, So far, I have not denied any friend request. I am the quickest person to accept the friend’s request. If I am interested with the ideas of a particular person I will send a request, I don’t mind the citizenship of the person. Normally when getting responses from different people I am attracted to some member’s ideas and I won’t think twice to add them in my list.
@abhaijith (2837)
• India
13 Jan 10
Hi Sree, Very nice to see your response as the first one.Thats fine friend. Very good response you given. And how you look at Mylot, do you think, Mylot a good place to make friends and how you compare Mylot with other social friends communities like Orkut?
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@Sreekala (21991)
• India
14 Jan 10
Yes, mylot is a good place to make friends and I am proud to say that I have so many good friends here. So I am happy with the site till. Regarding Orukut, I am not a member there.
@balasri (26554)
• India
13 Jan 10
The smartness and intelligence I see in their discussions.
@abhaijith (2837)
• India
13 Jan 10
Hi friend, wow.. Thats good.
@allknowing (61636)
• India
13 Jan 10
I have so far sent two friends' requests. One of it has been accepted and the other I did only today. The one I have sent today starts discussions that I like and if that person adds me then it becomes easy for me to trace the discussions.
@abhaijith (2837)
• India
13 Jan 10
Yeah you are right. Its easy to pick our friends discussions.
@Buchi_bulla (8299)
• India
13 Jan 10
I have not rejected any friend request so far. However I will visit that person's profile, do a mild check up and then accept it.
@abhaijith (2837)
• India
13 Jan 10
Friend, whom do you send friend requests?
@Ravenladyj (22940)
• United States
13 Jan 10
I dont send friend requests and yes I have denied friend requests..many of them actually..I am not one to just add ppl for the sake of adding them, if we have nothing in common as far as our topic interests goes then I dont add...
@abhaijith (2837)
• India
13 Jan 10
But friend, i think, the number of friends have a good influence in the number of response that we get.isn't it?
@danitykane (3192)
• Philippines
13 Jan 10
hi abhaijith, Nope. I haven't denied any friend request. I usually send out request to person whom I think are nice and friendly and mostly I met on some of the discussions in here. Some of my friends on my list are from my country but I also have some friends from other places which I find awesome.
@abhaijith (2837)
• India
13 Jan 10
Thats good friend. I think, many people try to add their country people only.
@dorannmwin (36698)
• United States
15 Jan 10
The things that make me send a friend request to a user on mylot is that I respond to a lot of their discussions or they respond to a lot of my discussions. I feel like if we are that interested in what one another talks about then we should be friends with each other. There have been a few times that I will end up denying a friend request but that is only when I have requests from people that are not active here.
• Philippines
14 Jan 10
Whenever I read a quality post from someone, I am immediately attracted to them and that is when I send a friend request. Simple as that.
• India
13 Jan 10
A newbie here so making friends with whoever's discussion reply seems to be appealing.Good words, euphonic when read aloud etc. I have never denied any friends request and i guess i will never ever. I am here to make my friend limit tends to mylot strength.