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It Is a Given

I do not add people to my circle that have no profile. If you can't share a few experiences about yourself then you probably do not have time to become my friend. Isn't that what a friend circle is for? Our friends. I also weed out the ones that are a bit too extreme for me by checking out profiles before I add anyone. But if you are sending me a friend request I can tell you right now that I do not add anyone who has not taken the time to set up a profile about themselves.

deleted deleted 26-30 6 Responses Aug 10, 2009

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The experiences are good, but more important are the stories and blog. Even the style of writing and how they approach a subject tell you about the person.

Oooo .. so I'm ok then ;)<br />
I notice an interesting group on your page, so went and joined :D

Ok, what do you actually mean by modify your profile. I looked at yours and it looks pretty similar to mine. I think. (Sorry; I couldn't message you privately to ask).

I add anyone who thinks enough of me to add me first. Usually don't look at the profile until later. Foolish, probably, but profiles can be all lies. If I add someone and we get on each others nerves or turn out not to have time for each other, we'll find it out in due course of time.

But don't you have to pay in order to modify your profile?

That seems like a wise move. I see people's experiences and they just have one sometimes or actually none. Some people just answer the questions. I've written to them recommending that they share their experiences and some reply that they are more interested in reading about others than sharing. Their choice.