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Not really, no.

Well, maybe in real life, not facebook or any internet "friends".
 

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I just see them as different than me. I don't have a problem with them, or really envy them, because I couldn't live their lives of juggling relationships. I'm glad my life is simpler than theirs.
 

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Not impressed as such justy somewhat jealous that I dont have a social life (at the moment) as active and fullfilling as that person
 

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Kind of. But mostly in person, by the kinds of people that are really good at the smooth talking thing and getting people to respond positively to them almost immediately.
 

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Not impressed, just slightly envious but still comfortable with the way I am. I'm more impressed if an outgoing person is able to be to be understanding and accepting of my quiet nature, rather than baffled or overly critical.
 

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I'm envious of outgoing people LOL. In fact, they make me really uncomfortable because I was always picked on in middle school & high-school by those who were popular.

Another part of me feels anger towards them because they're a reminder of what I could be.
 

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I wouldn't say impressed but probably envious. It's not even that I wish I had more friends at this point, I just wish I was better at talking to people. I find that nothing I say seems to make sense, which makes it difficult to have conversations and when I do, I look dumb because I don't know what to say.
 

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On FB, no. But sometimes in person, especially when I know that person is introverted. But it's a good impressed then--like I can do it too.
 
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