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The way people make friends usually tells us a lot about them The way I met my best friend helped tell me a lot about her for example I had walked into the school as a new kid half way through the year I was obviously lost and she could tell Well it didnt take long for her to run right up and say Hello She is a definition of what we call the Welcome Wagon Of course there are a few other types of greeters such as the Stand-bys and the Routines Everybody has a type of greeting that they use to make friends it just takes some time to understand which one you areThe most extreme level of making friends begins with the Welcome Wagon The Welcome Wagon classifies the jocks or preps of the school because they are known by everyone and know everyone They are the first to the door when you walk in to extend a hand and show you around They are in no way the least bit shy and they are loud obnoxious and friendly in a creepy kind of way They can also be considered as the teachers pet half of the time and they just love to talk Once you make friends with a Welcome Wagon theres no telling where your sanity level may rest within the next few days of knowing them because they will drive you through the roof with their big mouths and over-friendlinessThe Welcome Wagon includes friends who will talk your ear off day in and day out without a second thought There is no need about worrying who will start off the conversation because they are usually 3 steps ahead of you They will be that noise in the silence that makes you feel like you want to be talked to and will never let you feel alone The Welcome Wagon group includes those people who will be good friends and
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