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How to Let Your Friends Live a Double Life

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by Serena (subscribe)
Just a girl spreading the word about all the fun (and probably nerdy) things to do!
Published March 2nd 2013
No need for a timeturner to be in two places at once
This is an article for the now-a-days man; the man on the go, who is always too busy to just sit about and hang with his friends. A man who is split in two, the busy workaholic and the fun loving socialite.

Here's a way to keep your friends in the loop and in all the pictures, even if they can't be there in person.

Step one: Print out a picture of their face, if you can make a life-sized cut out all the better (it may seem strange but I've seen a man with a cardboard cut out at the airport, it can happen)

Step two: Go to a cafe with your friends and pick out a table with an extra seat for your missing friend to sit in and make sure they're comfy.

Step three: Order food of course, make sure you have enough for yourselves and your friend, but be aware when they end up eating all the food and leave nothing left for you. You can never tell what devious plans your friends are up to when your back is turned, sneaking chips off your plate, taking a sip from your drink, you must always keep an eye on them.

Just a light snack

Friends who share food are so hard to come by

Step four: After you've ordered more food for yourself, thank your friend for footing the bill

A generous soul if I ever did meet one

Step five: Arrive home and tag your friends in all the photos so that when they go online they can see the adventures their doppleganger went on for them. It will be as if they were there the whole time!

So that's a simple way to let your friends be in two places at once without a time turner or clone machine!

Note: All the delicious food you see in the photos is from Max Brenner, a fantastically mouth watering chocolate shop which could give the chocolate from Willy Wonka's factory a run for its money.
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Why? A way to include your friends in all group activities
Cost: Food costs money but friendship is free
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This made me laugh. Good article.
by Bryony Harrison (score: 4|12050) 2054 days ago
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