Books - best friend?

@abhax123 (1697)
India
February 24, 2007 12:58am CST
CAN books replace a good friend? I just wanna ask you people! can it? i really hope so not and you?
10 responses
• India
26 Feb 07
i dont think so.... noboby replace a good friend's place..:)
@andrika (386)
• Indonesia
25 Feb 07
i don't think we can't change all my good friend. they have specials place and books have theirs (next to my pillow) lol
@Zelmarq (11509)
• Cebu City, Philippines
25 Feb 07
of course not, for me no material thing could replace a friend, a book could not replace a friend what ever it takes i could not do that.
@soul0629 (95)
• United States
24 Feb 07
I don;t think books can replace a friend. Friends are someone that accept you, someone that you can talk to. I don't think books can do that.
@prestocaro (1254)
• United States
24 Feb 07
i read that watching TV like soap operas stimulates the same areas in the brain that real social interaction does, so i would think reading could do that too, if you are one of those imaginative people that actually "sees" what they read. but i don't think even the best book beats a nice weekend away at a friends!
• United States
24 Feb 07
It depends on the person. I don't have any friends, but I do have lots of books and I'm perfectly content that way. The books aren't a replacement for friends. If I met someone I was interested in having for a friend, they wouldn't be a replacement for my books. They're two different things.
@5000ml (1923)
• Belgium
24 Feb 07
No, a book can never replace a human being, especially not a good friend.
• India
24 Feb 07
Books can become your friend who can always be with you without any expectations....A friend who keeps giving without expecting.. But dont know whether it can REPLACE your best friend...The choice solely lies with an individual..
@cuterat (296)
• India
24 Feb 07
Books could be friends for some.But in my opinion books cannot take the place of a good friend.Friends are gods gift and I am lucky that god has gifted me with enough friends.
@bindishah (2063)
• India
24 Feb 07
I dont think books can replace a best friend. i persoanlly love reading but i also love ebing with people equally. having company is very important for development in life and nothing should replace having friends around.