10 Ways To Make Friends As An Adult #Buzzfeed

1. Compliment someone on their attire.

10 Ways To Make Friends As An Adult
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Grown-ups love it when other grown-ups appreciate their ascot. If they knitted it themselves, you score MAJOR friend points.

2. Exercise fads are all the rage.

10 Ways To Make Friends As An Adult

Dust off your P-90X DVDs and Bowflex a few reps at the gym. You’re guaranteed to find a strong friend. Then coordinate workout schedules so you can keep it up.

3. Write silly messages to a co-worker on the same Google doc.

10 Ways To Make Friends As An Adult

It’s like that show Ghostwriter! Remember that? Which reminds us… when you hang out, talk about Ghostwriter.

4. Talk about taxes. That’s the top source of conversation amongst adults.

Talk about taxes. That's the top source of conversation amongst adults.

Be all like “W-2? More like… WW-2! AMIRITE?”

5. Talking to an adult on the phone is a no-no.

10 Ways To Make Friends As An Adult

They want to talk to your face, so make plans to go out.

6. Speaking of going out, try doing a double date.

10 Ways To Make Friends As An Adult

Adults are desperate to escape the monotony of their serious relationships and will welcome an opportunity to judge the two of you. Perfect way to make new friends! Awww.

7. Grown-ups love pranks. Try punking someone next time you’re at the beach. They’ll love you forevermaybe

10 Ways To Make Friends As An Adult

There is a small chance that you won’t end up being friends…

8. Start a conversation at the water cooler about water coolers. People will respect your cleverness.

10 Ways To Make Friends As An Adult

9. Adults are really passionate about TV, so when someone starts talking about a popular show, make sure you wildly overreact.

10 Ways To Make Friends As An Adult

10. Invite a stranger on a road trip!

10 Ways To Make Friends As An Adult

Take them to a remote cabin in the mountains without electricity. Trigger an avalanche with some copper wire and jumper cables and spend the next four months with your new best friend playing Monopoly. Or maybe just join a kickball league or something…

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