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ReachOut for a Friend Responses0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:35 pm

The answers to the ReachOut Poll are in!

The ReachOut Poll has officially ended, generating some rather creative and interesting responses.

On the tenth of February, Sulake came out with a new promotion called ‘ReachOut for a Friend’. The task was to
answer the following questions to the best of your ability: “What does it mean to be a good friend to someone?” and, “Share an experience where you were really there for someone or someone was really there for you.”

The aim for ReachOut.com is to provide support for anyone who just wants to talk or is in some need for advice. Of course you can always head over to the Habbox Helpdesk if you need advice too.  There are several different links to talk to someone in your specific area. They range from countries such as, Australia to Singapore and back again. So where ever you are, there is always someone to talk to.

Also with this new promotion is a new badge. The badge is of the symbol ‘♥’ representing a heart. All you would have had to do to acquire this badge was send in you responses to the above mentioned questions.

As for the responses, here are some I found to like the most:

What does it mean to be a good friend to someone?

To always be there with them through thick and thin. To be a good listener and have a good time with each other.” 

“Being a good friend to someone is listening to their problems, standing up for them, is being someone they can trust”

Share an experience where you were really there for someone or someone was really there for you.

“Well… When I broke my arm it was hard because I couldn’t do ALL the things they could do. So my friend stayed with me and made the best of it. He really cheered me up, and after a while with his help I could do some things with my cast on because he tried and tried to make my cast work That’s my story and I will never forget it smile.gif

“When my grandpa passed away a few months ago, I was surrounded by love. Everybody took into consideration how I was feeling and allowed me to have my space and talk when I was ready.”

Did you enter the poll? If so, what did you write? We would love to hear it.

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