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Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Have Fun when Your Best Friend Visits

When your best friend visits sometimes you can't think of anything to do. This makes the visit seem like a waste. Don't waste this great time! Here is how you can avoid being bored.

You can do this steps

1. Plan ahead. Before your friend even comes, talk about what you both like to do. The best way to tackle a boring plan-less visit is to create a plan before it happens.

2. Talk with your best friend. Your subjects can include anything that interests the both of you.

3. Ask about his/her life. Discuss what's been going on since you last saw each other- if your best friend seems excited about something, you should be (or appear to be) interested.

4. Ask your friend about going to the movies. Go see the hottest new film that you two have been dying to see- it's likely to give you something to talk about afterwards. Don't force your friend to see something s/he doesn't want to see.

5. Go outside. It's nice to get fresh air every once in awhile. You can go for a walk, swim, or play a sport.

6. Play a game. Do you have a monopoly game sitting around somewhere? Pull it out, and have some fun! However, don't play if it's boring.

7. Browse the internet. The internet has many fun sites and games for the both of you to check out and interest you.

8. Invite other friends over. Other friends can spice things up! You'll have more to talk about, and more people means more ideas about what to do.

Following this tips

* If your friend doesn't like what you both are doing and wants to stop, don't try to convince them otherwise.

* If your friend is staying over for dinner, know what s/he does and does not like.

Be you attention :

* If you invite multiple friends over, some may feel like a "third wheel", meaning they don't feel included. Make sure you provide attention to everyone.

* If you're a computer person and your best friends knows that, don't stay on it forever, you're bezzie will get annoyed

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