Who was the first forum member to send you a friend request? Ummm.... I'm really not sure. The funny thing is that I believe it may have been someone I actually like and still talk to regularly - I just don't happen to remember.
Who was the first forum member you sent a friend request?I'm not sure if I have, I keep forgetting it exists to be honest. Until I want to message someone who isn't on the list and actually have to type in their names
Have you ever booted someone off your friend list? Not yet, even someone I know (well, knew) very well irl and am most unlikely to ever speak to again. Although now I think of it...
Have you ever denied a friend request? Even if it was someone I really didn't like, it would amuse me to accept it, just to find out more. So no, and I doubt I would.
1. Who was the first forum member to send you a friend request? Wiley45, Tiny Army, or weminuche
2. Who was the first forum member you sent a friend request? Good question. I don't remember.
3. Have you ever booted someone off your friend list? No, I'm digging everyone on my list. <3
4. Have you ever denied a friend request? No, I never felt the need.
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I thought the upgrade to the new vBulletin wasn't for a year or so. Surely we haven't had the friend function for three years.
You know what?
I think you are right.
Of course, for the life of me, I still can't remember who my first Friends were.
So my answers are still the same.
But I remember now, after reading the rest of this thread, who sent me a request I actually rejected.
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