Girls or Girls: Add friends

Australia
February 3, 2007 9:40pm CST
Do you have more guys or girls added to your friends? If so, why do you add more of one gender? In my case, I add about equal of each gender. Does the appearance of their profile also effect on who you add? If so, what are your reasons? All comments appreciated.
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6 responses
• United States
5 Feb 07
I couldn't tell you how many friends are male or female. I don't think it really matters much. I have no real preference to adding people to my list. I just hope they start good discussions and make it a point to be friendly!
@pawanyv (226)
• India
4 Feb 07
i add frds whose discussions looks good , That shows the talent of one . Even that may be male or female no matter if talent lies in their brain.. what about u ? U have urs frds based on what factors?
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@lilaclady (28240)
• Australia
4 Feb 07
I gave up trying to figure out the genders of people because a lot of them are using photos of the opposite gender, the only judging I do is if someone starts the sort of discussions I like to get involved in, gender, nationalality,age doesn't make any difference to me....LOL
@BrainTeaser (1430)
• Pakistan
5 Apr 07
I havent checked that thing at all atleast not uptil now and i dont think i want to as it really doesnt make any change race,religion,gender just not what i am looking for in mylot the things i am looking in a friend is how much active is he/she in mylot not even have checked anyone's profile yet guess i'll start it with yours as i dont even know your gender hehehe.So do you think these kind of things really matter and have some impact on the related people well i dont.
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@2treatme (1246)
• India
5 Apr 07
I don't think so much before adding up ppl to my friends list.neither have i counted anytime how may male/female friends i have
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@Lydia1901 (16354)
• United States
5 Apr 07
I think my friends are both girls and boys. I add whoever asks me to be a friend, I don't care about their gender at all.
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