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I've decided to make one today. I had a list of 127 mutual friends, which is crazy. I'm at a point in my "internet life" where I don't necessarily want to interact with that many people everyday. I'm now down to 74(!).

There are a lot of people that I did not connect with/with whom I barely ever interact/I lost touch with. And it feels like the more people I have on my f-list, the less are actually reading my (I have to admit, not that interesting) posts.

When I say we don't interact, I don't mean "omg plz comment on my posts", I'm not fishing for comments and I don't want them to be forced, it has to come naturally. And interaction is not only LJ, I spend a lot of time talking to a bunch of you through other means. This is not a "you don't update enough!" cut either.

On a sidenote, I'm not 100% sure I didn't make any mistake. I feel like maybe there are some people I interact with on Twitter but who have a different username on LJ and I got confused about their identity (I know, I'm lame!). Please tell me if it's the case.

I hope none of you will hate me for this (but if you do, it's your own right). It's not that I don't like you, but I feel like this is the honest thing to do.

And everyone: if you want to defriend me for whatever reason please feel free to do so.

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