Study Says Most Of Us Have A Friend We’ve Known Since Kindergarten

Cheerful female friends enjoying drinks in bar

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A new study about our circle of friends has revealed some interesting facts.

Having a group of friends is important for overall well being and a study by Disney shows we’re doing well in the friend department. Here are some takeaways:

  • the average adult has 10 “good” friends
  • at least one of them has been around since around age six
  • we spend over 2,000 nights out over the lifetime of a friendship
  • we spend 39,000 hours laughing
  • we share 630 secrets with our closest friends
  • the average friendship lasts for 17 years, but, 17% say they’ve had the same best friend for over 30 years!

The traits that make a good friend include being a good listener, giving them honest outfit advice, making them laugh, and always remembering to send embarrassing photos on their birthday.

Source: Study Finds

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