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Each player begins the game with 7 chips, and in the course of play, attempts to acquire all the other players' chips.This requires making agreements with the other players which are ultimately unenforceable. Paula: [Discussing what to do while spending a week stoned] I'll probably re-watch "Gandhi". I always feel bad when I watch it baked because I get really hungry and I'm eating a lot and poor Gandhi is starving his ass off. Paula: [propositioning Andy to be her 'friend with benefits'] I'm very discreet... What once was ignoring someone’s phone calls and creepy house drive-bys has turned into ignoring their Facebook and text messages, sub tweets and snapchats.Basically, if you want to cut ties completely and brutally, ghosting is the way to go.
It’s a tale as old as Tinder: two people match, these people decide to meet up.A friend was invited to a party by a guy he was ‘friend with benefits’ with, only to be introduced to the guy’s new boyfriend. If things between the two of you begin to get a bit more serious to a level where you’re not comfortable with, perhaps it’s time to have a discussion with them and tell them you ‘need to hit the pause’ button for a while.Paula: [of David's video camera antics] He's performing a public colonoscopy. Paula: [translation of her Guatamalan love song] Whenever they clean my room I can't find anything. You know, friends with benefits.”—that’s what my 19-year-old student said to me, with the endearing confidence of a kid who’s just gone to the corner store by himself for the first time. My guess is that it takes, on average, about a year for genuine intimacy and closeness to develop between new friends, unless the two of you share some sort of extreme experience (e.g., getting kidnapped together at gun-point by terrorists, getting trapped in an elevator for hours during an earthquake, fighting side-by-side in the trenches of a faraway war, talking on ecstasy for ten hours straight at a Baltimore rave, etc.). As Aristotle well knew, it takes awhile to get close to a new friend, even if the two of you hit it off like crazy the first time you meet.