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  1. Can. In class, my best friend and I had very different financial situations. If I had gel pens of all colors, she only bought an orange rod for 50 kopecks. One, and the rod is cheaper. She did not accept gifts, I remember even the contract we wrote with her in the 5th grade, that on holidays we are obliged to accept gifts from each other, the holiday is the same)) But they were good friends, went to art school together, looked at the windows of local shops.

  2. I think that they are friends not with their wallets, but with their characters. If two people are incompatible with each other, it doesn't matter how tight their pockets are. But it should also be taken into account that rich people have their own “party” – not everyone is ready to let a person not from their usual environment into their life.

  3. There are no limits to friendship. Rich and poor people may have been friends since childhood, and their financial well-being will not affect their mutual sympathy in the present. Sometimes, life brings people together from very different walks of life – someone helped someone with something, helped out, saved, or just people crossed paths somewhere and found a lot of common ground – and now they are already best friends. Be open and decent – and people will reach out!)

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