At age 29, we're at the stage where we're the most popular we'll ever get, finds a new study.
Food firm Genius Gluten Free Study conducted a survey on 1,505 Brits and found that at 29, a person could has 80 friends, which compile of their school, college as well as work pals, the Independent reported.
AdvertisementThe study claimed that a person generally had 64 friends on an average which are most likely from their workplace, who they have more in common with in comparison old school buddies.
The company's founder, Lucinda Bruce-Gardyne, said that it is due to the long hours spent in a workplace that tends to generate "friendship" amongst colleagues, as working together helps strengthen the bond between two people.
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