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Question Posted Monday March 28 2005, 4:44 pm

hey. my best friend moved last year, well during the summer of 8th grafe to high school, and well we haven't talked much. i text-ed her yesterday and we just texted each other back and forth for a little bit. i wanna ask her to come over and maybe hang out cause its spring break and all but i don't know what to do. can anyone give me any ideas? she's really preppy and her dad is the president of the school board and she's very riche she moved very far away and i want her visit to mean something! i rate well! :) Thanks in advance!

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PePPerMIntPUnk answered Thursday March 31 2005, 4:28 pm:
ok here are a list of things to do:
*watch a scary movie
*watch a funny movie
*go shopping
*go for a bike ride around the neighboor hood
*listen to music
*go out for lunch
*tell her how things have changed at your school
*ask her how her school is going


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X3ReDhEaDX3 answered Tuesday March 29 2005, 1:11 am:
well i know how you feel, my bff moved to a dif country last year and i miss her a lot, and if she came ere i woul wnat her to have fun to! but dont try to hard to impress her, sh is friends iwth you for who you are, not what you have! you dont need to make a good first impression, u already are friends with her! just relax and be yourself and try to have fun! do what you used to do before she moved! shell have fun

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xOalmaOx answered Monday March 28 2005, 5:55 pm:
well.. since shes really preppy! maybe go together shoppiinq! and then after that have her spend the nite because yu guys live so far away! watch some movies! have a girls night out l0l!! if she has other friiends that live by yu maybe yu can have like a cute lil slumber party !! l0l!! hehe those would be fun and yu would spend a lot of time talkiinq about things! hOpe ii helped xO!

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rainbowsend answered Monday March 28 2005, 5:22 pm:
Since you guys were best friends, I'm sure you shouldn't have a problem finding fun stuff to do. Don't worry too much about her "preppy" status, etc... it didn't prevent you being friends with her before, did it?

Anyways, I do understand that hanging out with long-distance friends IS different than hanging with friends you see every day at school, but it's really not that different. But for a few ideas...

-Shopping is fun.
-go to a fun coffee/bagel/ice cream/whatever place and spend 2 hours gabbing as you eat/drink.
-do the stuff you used to do in elementary school but haven't done for years (like swings at the park, sidewalk chalk, basketball, board games, disney movies, hair braiding, etc.)
-go see a movie, or rent movies to watch at home

Since you haven't talked in a while, you'll either find that you've both changed and the friendship isn't the same, OR you'll find that you've both got so much to tell each other about your lives that you'll spend the whole time talking.

I've almost always found the 2nd option to be true... I moved in 9th grade, and now I'm away at college, so I now have long-distance friends in many locations. One of my best friends, Molly, and I only see each other about once every 6 months (for the past 5 years now) and we don't talk or email often inbetween, yet when we're together, it's like nothing has changed. A couple days ago, I visited her and we spent the entire Saturday together, went out for lunch, watched movies at her house, but most of the time we just talked- about everything and anything.

Do you have other friends that your best friend was friends with before she moved? Maybe you could arrange to meet up with some of them when she visits. My friends sometimes did this for me after I moved- I'd be back for a weekend, and spend the night at Molly's, but then Molly and I would go out for coffee with 2 other friends.

Anyways, good luck. Send me a message in my inbox if you want more of my stories on the whole friends-after-moving thing- I've got many more encouraging stories I could share, if you want.

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RaeKay answered Monday March 28 2005, 5:21 pm:
well it sounds like you two would have fun just catching up on what you missed out on over the year. just invite her over and start talking about stuff thats new and ask whats new with her. if she doesnt really want to talk then ask her what she likes to do and maybe you two can do something you both like! good luck and have fun!

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karenR answered Monday March 28 2005, 5:17 pm:
She would probably like to visit people she knew and go places that she misses.And of course just hanging out with you! If she was your friend before and she was rich then why do you think it would be a problem now? It won't be!

If she lives very far her parents may not let her come.If not, continue to write back and forth and keep in touch. There will be time to meet up later. Hope she can visit and have fun.:}

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twstandshout32 answered Monday March 28 2005, 4:53 pm:
ok here is some ideas:

1.all night movie fest:feast on popcorn call up guys and do eachothers makeup etc.

2.make a model search commercial or runway..if she preppy she will like dressing up to the mall and try on all the clothes you cant afford

4.if u live by the beach or sumthing like that go there and get a tan

5. go to a resort like place and chill for a couple of days.

6.or just do what she loves to do and what you guys like to do together!

hope i helped!
<3 ya

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Sherry answered Monday March 28 2005, 4:48 pm:
Actually I think Summer would be a lot better! Just because Spring Break is so short and if you hung out during the summer that would give you extra time to hang out. Ask her if her parents can let her come to visit for like 3 weeks. I know its long, but thats the point. Staying up late, hanging out at the movies mall whatever, you could have a welcome back party and invite all her old friends or stuff. Just the fact that shes there to hang out with you means something! I think its a great idea to have her visit and I bet she would think so too!

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