Friends on myLot

@GardenGerty (89943)
Marion, Kansas
December 27, 2006 4:16pm CST
How do you choose who you will request as a friend? How do you choose who you will approve or deny? I keep getting friend requests from people I never hear from. I have always approved so far, but I wonder how they picked me.
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@shoelover (1573)
• Australia
27 Dec 06
Oh good I was actually wondering the same thing myself. As I don't often put up topics I mainly reply to topics people have posted. My friends list is growing. Thankyou so much for posting a topic I wanted the answer to myself.
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@GardenGerty (89943)
• Marion, Kansas
28 Dec 06
Thanks for the response. I hope this helps you out.
@brazilian (263)
• Brazil
27 Dec 06
I approve all the friendship´s request sen to me. I go to approve all the requestions, because I want to make friends here in myLot.com
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@GardenGerty (89943)
• Marion, Kansas
27 Dec 06
Me too! Thanks.
@brendalee (6086)
• United States
27 Dec 06
I have only sent a friends request a few times. I guess I'm just afraid of rejection.lol. I have never denied anyone and I too wonder why they picked me.
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@GardenGerty (89943)
• Marion, Kansas
27 Dec 06
I guess we are sort of in the same boat. So far I have been pretty lucky. The ones I have accepted are pretty nice.
• Italy
27 Dec 06
Some people add you at him friends list for get more money. I suggest to you to sign the person of you want, like in really-life. I hope to help you in some way!!!!!! Let my soon, Ettore
@GardenGerty (89943)
• Marion, Kansas
27 Dec 06
Thanks for posting, I kind of wondered if we got more money when we had more friends. I know when I got more friends I started getting getting more responses, and so more money.
@srhelmer (6934)
• Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
27 Dec 06
I rarely make a friend request (unless I know the person outside of this site). When I receive one, I take the time to look at not only the discussions they've started but the ones they responded to. If they just post a bunch of one-liners and pointless topics I deny them.
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@GardenGerty (89943)
• Marion, Kansas
27 Dec 06
So far I have not had someone who does one-liners request me as a friend. I would think twice about accepting them.
• United States
2 Feb 07
They picked you when you responded to one of their posts. I pick friends by who responds to my posts most of the time. Sometimes if I like a style of how someone posts, I will request them as a friend. If I get a lot of requests to be my friend, I will read their profile and see if they have good questions and speak well enough to converse with.
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