Do you want to be my friend, circle yes or no.

If you had to come up with one question, the answer to which would determine whether or not you could be friends with a person you’ve just met, what would it be? What would the right answer be?

Here’s my question: Do you want to be my friend, yes or no? Hahah no way. But that is the way it used to be. Remember those days when you were young and you would write a note to someone that said: Circle yes or no. And you would circle it and stick it back in their locker or pass notes in class to them.

What a life. Those were the good old days. It should really be as simple as that- do you want to be my friend? If they said yes, I would consider them my friend. We would build a friendship and be friends or at least friendly with each other. That would be the right way.

But since that really isn’t what this prompt is asking, I had a thought about what I would actually ask earlier and I came up with this:

Do you like/love yourself and your life?

I would ask them something along those lines. This to me is one of the most important things in life. You should love yourself and your life. I have said since I was a young girl- If you don’t love yourself, how can you expect anyone else to love you? I still believe it. And as far as being friends with someone- a person who likes and/or loves themselves is a person who I want to be friends with because to me that single thing speaks volumes about a person’s character.

The right answer has to be anything in the positive direction. So an absolute yes, a somewhat, a sometimes, anything that gives me a sense that they do or they are trying to slash working on it- they would be a friend of mine.

I love me. Do you love you? I hope you do. If you do, let’s be friends.

Inspired by The Daily Post


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