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Posted on: September 26th, 2010, 12:51pm Quote Report to Moderator
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How are we all fairing? My name is Peter

My mother Natalie & I are (I am gonna be honest here) really struggling to make friends. The kinds of people we have met who were 'so called friends' have been nothing but workaholics who never have time for us or the types of people we see every now and again. We have been hurt so many times over and often wonder if there are any genuine people left in this world! We are genuine, kind individuals but we never seem to have much luck in finding good, sociable people to hang out with and as a result of this mum and I get really lonely and bored out of our brains!

Every time we go out we always see people hang out in groups and we always envy them, we would love to be apart of a good group of people who meet up and go for a drink, go see a movie and what not. We love to be part of a group, no matter what age, we get along with all age groups and just love to be in company.

I have joined this site in the hope of finding friends (and possibly groups of friends) where we can all meet up regularly on weekends and go out and have a ripper of a time! I will also add that if you have your own group of friends we wouldn't mind joining with your group so we can all go out as a team, the more the merrier! You can never have too many friends.

We live in Altona Meadows, Melbourne so only looking for people that are in Melbourne.

If you are interested please get in touch with me at: and I will leave you my contact details.

Looking forward in speaking with you all soon.

Kind Regards,
Peter Capaldi
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Posted on: October 8th, 2010, 10:06am Quote Report to Moderator
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G'day to you as well Peter.
 I'm not sure I can solve your problem but I've always found the best way to make friends is to be a friend, get out into the community and perhaps find a church if you're the religious type or volunteer with an organization that shares you're ideals, there are always groups and clubs in every town or city and I'm sure that there is in Melborne as well you might just do an internet search for a group in your area or if you like start a group of your own and post it on something like Kijiji a lady here did it for an over 50's group and got a lot of interest but if you don't put yourself out there and are willing to take a chance you'll never know.  

Lifes what you make it....I'm making mud pies  

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