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  • Samantha (554 posts)
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    What does "Cancel Friendship" mean

    beside a person’s name on the Membership List?  I saw this a few times when I was checking on something and some of these people are active posters who I have enjoyed communicating with, so I am wondering what is the purpose of this tag?  Thanks.

    Sam

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  • Haikugal (4176 posts)
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    1. They are friends and the "cancel friendship" is there to use if you want to

    change that status. Hope that answers your question. :hi:

    • Marym625 (13708 posts)
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      2. Thank you Haikugal

      :hi:

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    • Samantha (554 posts)
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      7. Whew! that is a relief – thanks for the info (eom)

  • Marym625 (13708 posts)
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    3. Yep, what Haikugal said

    They are your friend. If, for whatever reason you might want to cancel the friendship, you click that

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    • Haikugal (4176 posts)
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      Love ya Mary!

      • Marym625 (13708 posts)
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        5. LMAO!

        Happy Nude Year to you too, Haikugal!

        Love you too!

        Thank you for my morning smile! 😘

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  • truly (77 posts)
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    6. And may I ask, why have friends?

    Sometimes posters that I don’t even recognize their name request that I be their friend. What is the point? I fear that accepting will give them credibility that maybe they don’t deserve.

    Besides feeling good about having lots of friends, is there a benefit?

  • Major Hogwash (1142 posts)
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    8. It means this is the end of sleepovers, babe!

    It translates like this: So, you want to spout crap here at JPR, then sleep alone in the tent, honey.