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Why do some seemingly random people ask to become "friends" here on Chess.com ? I get requests for friend status from people who I have never met or played a game with. Just wondering what the motivation is for some people to ask to be a "friend' when there is no prior connection.
Try to guess first - then I will reveal the secret :)
because I am so good looking?
Because friends are AWESOME !
:D also possible but I think the reason is that they want to play again with you :) (friends looks different in game-search)
nope. these are folks popping out of the woodwork asking to be a friend. Just wondering why or if that is common on Chess.com.
Damnit :D however I did reveal THE secret. THE secret is that I read too quickly ;)
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