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  1. List up to 3 of your favorite experiences to see who else has all of them in common
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Find a friend today! Just select one of the groups from the dropdown above to see all the members that share that experience.

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This Experience at a Glance
Story highlights
These snippets show some of the most common themes mentioned in this experience's stories:
  • "The sound of the waves crashing against the shore and the rocks..."
  • "I love walking along the beach and hanging out at more rocky beaches, but I have always had a thing against sand..."
  • "Waking up in the morning and hearing the waves crash is competely refreshing..."
Statistics:

88% of people in this group this is a good experience. 88% think this experience makes them happy. 83% believe this is an exciting experience. 83% believe this is not a scary experience. 82% say this experience is easy. 88% believe that, if they had the choice, they would do it again. 76% think this is better experienced with others. 87% think they would recommend this to others. 85% think they find this experience attractive in others. 100% of people who have this experience are in their teens, 100% are in their twenties, and 100% are in their thirties.

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