Top 20 Signs You Are Desperately In Need Of Friends

A friend is a person other than a family member, spouse or lover whose company one enjoys and towards whom one feels affection.. And as humans, we all need friends.

Top 20 Signs You Are Desperately In Need Of Friends

Here are Top 20 Signs You Are Desperately in Need Of Friends

1. You Didn’t Receive Any Christmas Message Last Year

Well, you did receive, from your bank and network provider. But that doesn’t count.

2. New Years Message, NO

It is almost half way through march and you are yet to receive a new years message

3. You’re Never Invited To Any Awesome Parties

You have no friends after all.

4. You Spend Most of Your Time On The Internet

Chatting and downloading funny memes.

5. No One Ever Calls You

When your phone rings its usually from network providers, or your mom.

6. You Are Always Bored

7. Your Mom is Your Best Friend

8. No One Ever Asks of You

You resumed work /school after a week of been absent and no one bothers to ask you what happened

9. No One Ever Visits You

Not even people who stay in the same compound with you

10. Sleeping is One of Your Favourite Pass Time

Because lets face it, dreams are more fun

11. You Can’t Remember The Last Time Someone Invited You for An Outing


12. Whenever you Need Money, You Borrow From Your Family Members

Instead of borrowing your friends like normal people do

13. You Spend More Time Chatting on The Internet Than You Do in Real Life

14. You’re Depressed All The Time

15. No One Ever Borrows Money From You

Because lets face it, we only borrow from our friends.

16. You Are Always Indoors

17. No One Ever Chats With You On WhatsApp

18. No One Knows Your Birthday

Aside from your family members, No one else knows your birthday, because they don’t care..

19. You Know Deep Down in Your Heart That You Need Friends

20. You Have nyo One To Talk To

Uzonna Anele
Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.


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