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The Best 12 online communities for lonely people


Nowadays you can find almost everything online – information, services, different kinds of stores, social media, and communities for every type of interest or hobby.

Even though there is so much information out there, have you ever felt like you are all alone in your niche or situation? Like there is no place where you can feel that you truly belong.

In order to help lonely people to find places where they can get support from, we have made research and decided that we should put a list with a short description, to make it easy to decide whether or not you want to join.


Depending on the type of platform that is used, we have separated the list into the following two categories:

  • Forums
  • Social media groups and spaces

Different places serve different purposes, even though they revolve around the same theme. That’s why are going to give you more information about each one of the places according to the category that they belong to.

  1. MyLoveLex –a platform where you can find new people by publishing a list of questions (a LoveLexicon) and getting your answers directly in a private message!

We provide the means to find new people in a different way as we stand behind the motto “Thoughts first, Looks second“!

Discuss all the different topics that may get you excited, frustrated, sad, or lonely. Share your thoughts, ask questions and/or give answers to others.

  1. ALonelyLife – Loneliness, Depression & Relationship Forum.

A place where you may discuss various topics such as loneliness, relationships, social problems, shyness, and depression, as well as share personal progress, motivate others, and offer help to others.

  1. Mental Health Forum – a place where you may talk about your mental health problems honestly and anonymously.

Anxiety, bipolar, borderline personality, depression, eating disorders, hearing voices, OCD, panic disorder, personality disorders, phobia, PTSD, schizophrenia, self-harm, social anxiety and many more topics are discussed there.

  1. Gingerbread –a place for single parents to connect 24/7 – to chat, and give and receive support. Gingerbread provides resources to assist single parents in providing for their families.
  1. LoveShak – an online community for interpersonal relationship counseling and support that addresses personal difficulties, encourages self-discovery and responsibility, and provides a forum for sharing dating ideas, love advice, and relationship resources.
  1. Able2Know – ask questions and share answers on different topics such as relationships, love, sex, spirituality, dating, philosophy, health, and many more

Social media groups and spaces
  1. Loners – Facebook group with info “If you feel alone, lacking or avoiding the company of others and it’s all ur choice”;
  1. Lonely Singles that are Ready to Mingle – Facebook group with info “This group is mainly for those that are single and ready for a serious relationship that can lead to marriage. Please let’s respect people’s emotion and don’t try to toil with anybody’s feeling by bringing them into the relationship that you know it’s only for your own pleasure, we won’t be unfortunate oo. Stay blessed as you’re faithful and real and enjoy your time here on the group with us”;
  1. Lonely Souls – Facebook group with info “We welcome Lonely Souls who are trying to find their place in a world of rejection, depression, dejection and despair. Even if you don’t fit in, if you feel you don’t belong to someone, family or friends, as long as you’re one of us, we are here to find hope in each other. You may not matter to everyone….but to us, your life is worth it.”;
  1. Loneliness – Quora space with info “Rant about loneliness and anxiety here. You can rant about your life and people that have hurt you. You can find help here. This is a space for people who have been suffering from anxiety and want to make friends. ”;
  1. Experiences of loneliness – Quora space with info “Everything about loneliness and how to live with it.”;
  1. Lonely – Reddit community with info “A sub for all the lonely people. Everyone is welcome here, no matter your age, race, sex, sexuality, relationship status, all that we request is that you be accepting of people, and kind. Any problems at all, please let the moderators know.”

You may also find it interesting to read:
  1. How to be happy alone? And how to regain joy in your life?
  2. Is it bad to be a loner? 7 Risks and benefits!
  3. Antisocial or just misunderstood by others?

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If You Feel Lonely & Want to Make New Friends but Don't Know Where to Start

Do you ever feel lonely?

I do.

Especially being someone who works from home.

You see – the thing is – I thought it was only me…

But the more I started talking about loneliness with girlfriends (or even random people at local coffee shops, on my walks, or at yoga), I soon discovered I wasn’t alone.

And when I saw that 72% of adults admitted to feeling lonely … I thought OMG – I’m even more NOT alone in these random creeping feelings of loneliness.

Which really got me thinking about the causes.

From friends moving to new phases of life to connection meaning going on Instagram or Facebook instead of meeting in real life to longer working hours – there are so many reasons why we as a culture feel lonely.

The most disturbing part about this (for me) is that we can be surrounded by people all day long, but still feel lonely.

Because we don’t always have people in our lives with whom we can have those deep, intimate soul-baring kinds of conversations with – you know the kinds of conversations I’m talking about.

And it’s those types of conversations that are so important for our soul.

So where do we start?

How to make friends as an adult

I for sure don’t have all the answers, but I do think it’s about learning how to make friends as an adult – but better yet – showing up to consistently do it.

So if you feel lonely and want to make new friends but don’t know where to start, here are 6 ways to do just that – start.


1. Rekindle old friendships

Sometimes – or most of the times – it’s not about finding new friends, it’s about nurturing the relationships we already have and making them a bigger priority. If you haven’t been seeing your friends (or family) in-person as much as you’d like, make the time.

And if they’re not near, set up a video call. It’s not the exact same, but will still lend your brain a shot of oxytocin, the love and bonding hormone, that helps us feel connected.

One important note here – if you’re wishing these relationships were deeper or more heartfelt, well, then that requires you to get below the surface. If our talk is always surface level, that’s where the relationship stays. And not every relationship may be able to go to the depths you want, but that’s OK. You’re exploring and learning and trying.


2. Join a group

Search for a group on facebook, find one on the website,, or call your local community center. Just make sure that the group meets IN PERSON. You can even sign-up for a class at a local community college. The important piece here is that you’re putting yourself out there for more connection and throughout this process, you’ll likely make new friends because you’re already bound by a common interest – i.e. the type of group or class you joined.

Take, for example, one of my closest girlfriends who has twin boys. She found a large “mommy group” on MeetUp and instantly bonded with the few other twin moms in the group. So they made their own smaller group. To this day, those other twin moms are rocks in her life and got her through many sleepless baby-growing-up nights.


3. Start a group

When another good girlfriend of mine moved to a new city, she immediately started a book club. She wrote about what type of women the book club was for and posted it on facebook and the website, MeetUp.

Interested women filled out an application she made and voila! Her book club instantly had a group of 15-20 women – all with like-minded interests – who met weekly who were dying to meet other like-minded women because they each felt lonely. Here, she began to find her tribe.



4. Reach out

I met one of my best friends (to this day) through facebook messenger. She saw we lived in the same city and sent me a message. It went something like this: “Hey, I’m also a Dietitian and entrepreneur. It looks like we’d be friends. Want to meet for coffee?”

And with that message, we had our first meeting and have been integral parts of one another’s lives ever since.

The moral of the story? If there’s someone you feel you could connect with – reach out. What’s the worse that could happen? They say, NO? And if that’s the case, you’ll be fine. I know because guess what? You’ve survived everything you’ve ever done.


5. Host a bring-a-friend dinner party

Invite a friend over for dinner and have her bring a friend who you don’t know and have her then bring a friend you don’t know and keep having each friend bring someone new until you reach your max amount of dinner guests.

Keep it simple by hosting a potluck and go around the table sharing how everyone ended up at your house. There will for sure be some funny stories and likely someone you click with, since everyone is somehow connected already.


6. Use your current network

Ask your friends if there’s anyone they think you’d hit it off with who they know, but you don’t. And then, have them send an intro email where you can set up a coffee date. Easy peasy. This one is especially helpful, if you’ve just moved.


Start with a smile

Regardless of any of these ideas you try (or don’t try), know that even a simple smile and saying hello with people you see in your daily life – like the cashier at the coffee shop or the woman passing you by on your walk – can lead to feeling less lonely and less isolated.

And that just like the relationship with yourself, fostering relationships with others takes some nurturing, time, and consistency. And if you want deep conversations, that takes a willingness to well, go deep yourself and be open.

So be kind to yourself and please know that if you feel lonely, you’re not alone and you have the power to begin changing that. Sometimes all it takes is admitting to ourselves (and others) that we’re lonely and then reaching out.

Reach out.

Because I’m pretty sure you’ll find you’re not alone and you’ll help others feel less alone too.

Lots of love,

how an introvert can meet and make friends - Personal experience on

A plate of fried potatoes, a juicy steak and a glass of wine. You can enjoy life and watch your favorite series until two in the morning. Living alone - what could be better? Eaten steak. Drinking wine. I make the bed, and for a moment it becomes chilly and lonely - again this acute feeling that life is wasted. Will I always be alone? The experience of the creator of the project "Vest".

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I know that many people ask this question. They want freedom, but they get lonely, they want to find a mate, but they don’t grow together, they want love and tenderness, but in life there is only work and TV shows. Can this be changed? nine0003


I lived alone for seven years. Of course, I sometimes saw friends, parents and work colleagues, but there were few people in my life. The lack of communication became especially acute when I went freelancing and began working from home. It happened that for three days the only person with whom I exchanged words was a cashier in a supermarket, and these words were: “Hello. The package is not needed.

Much has changed since then. I made new friends and many acquaintances. I got married and we recently had a baby. In retrospect, I realize that I have gone through a great evolution from a social phobe who was scared of people to a person who enjoys being surrounded by people (although I also like to be alone). How did this metamorphosis take place? nine0003

Advantages of being alone

The desire to be alone does not arise from scratch. Loneliness has a lot of beauty in it.

The main advantage of loneliness is the freedom to manage your life without regard to others

Woke up from a thunderstorm at 3 am and wanted to walk barefoot in the rain? No problem. Decided to move to another city for a week? Gathered things and went. Want to lie on the couch and stare at the ceiling? Lie down and watch. Loneliness gives rise to a feeling of omnipotence: “I can do what I want! The world belongs to me!" nine0003

When you don't have to look at others, take into account their interests and habits, you begin to pay much more attention to your own needs, thoughts and feelings. Questions from the series come by themselves: “What do I really want? What is important to me? Loneliness makes me realize what is interesting for me, to separate the values ​​imposed by the environment from my own. This is first.

And secondly, loneliness protects against disappointment. Almost all problems in our life are problems related to people. People get hurt. One said something wrong, the second did not call, the fourth betrayed, the fifth was dumb as a cork, the sixth needed something from you all the time, and the third was always in the wrong place. Loneliness solves these problems at once. nine0003

No people - no problems :)

Thirdly, loneliness is romantic. Whoever you spit on, even in Eugene Onegin, even in Jack Sparrow, the main character is lonely, interesting and often misunderstood. A trifle, but nice.

They are beautiful and lonely :)

Cons of being alone

I felt them keenly when I met people. When I was called to a friendly company, I experienced real throwing. I knew that I would feel awkward if I went. And I knew that I would not forgive myself if I did not go, because I still really wanted to meet people. I enjoyed meeting my family friends, but when I left them, I felt very lonely - such a chilly, unpleasant feeling, like being caught in a sharp draft. nine0003

I felt uncomfortable with people because loneliness turned into a flaw. It seemed to me that everyone understood that something was wrong with me if I was alone. He walked down the street, collided with the eyes of the girls he met and averted his eyes. I saw couples in love and felt envy. It is difficult to describe this feeling of some kind of disproportion with others, otherness, as if it had emerged from the depths of the ocean as some kind of goggle-eyed monster, and everyone is looking at you with curiosity, but they are in no hurry to get to know each other.

Holidays. Sometimes they went great, but sometimes ... I panicked when I realized that I had no plans, that all my affairs were redone, all my thoughts were changed, I didn’t want anything, and I would just kill time. I go to the store, buy delicious food and cook it intricately, watch a series, and then, you see, it’s evening, and it will be possible to write this day off. nine0003

An agonizing feeling that I am not living, but just waiting out life

A feeling that you can't hide behind the hustle and bustle of a healthy life...

Let's add to this the desire to meet "the one" and the realization that this will probably never happen.

Soul picture. Sorry, I don't know who the author is

Let's add that the lack of people also means the lack of popularity and professional demand outside the narrow circle, which knows that you are doing well. And it turns out that loneliness is such a pleasure. Why then was I alone? nine0003

What prevents you from making acquaintances?

Remembering myself in the “period of loneliness”, I am amazed at how many troubles I had. To people who have not experienced such difficulties, these troubles may seem like a whim, but from the inside they looked like an absolutely insurmountable obstacle.

Firstly, I was tormented by the fear that I was not very interesting, I could not maintain a secular conversation, I had no idea how to answer the question: “How are you doing?” All this made it very difficult to get to know each other. And if you consider that because of my shyness they did not notice me, and the lack of mutual interest in itself caused suffering, a vicious circle turned out. nine0003

Secondly, in need of people, I tried my best to please them. I tried to adapt to their manner of communicating, smile more often, listen more. These efforts created a lot of tension and anxiety, I felt that I was losing my autonomy, that I was too involved in other people's affairs, that it was difficult for me to defend my interests. I felt comfortable being alone when I didn't have to pretend to be friendly and interested.

Thirdly, since communication gave me a lot of stress, it often turned out to be crooked: I joked not funny and felt stupid; I started to tell something, but they interrupted me, and I felt wounded; spoke too frankly - they laughed at me. Such “misfires” gave rise to a lot of shame, and shame is a feeling that is poorly tolerated. Therefore, I quickly concluded that something was wrong with my new acquaintances. They are boring, devoid of a sense of humor and tact, rude, and not seals at all! nine0003

Vasya Lozhkin knows a lot about cats

From all this, a reinforced concrete conclusion followed. Few people can understand me. This is only available to a select few who are almost impossible to find. And the girl that I am able to love (and who is able to love me), she is the only one on the whole planet, and hell you will meet her. And if you meet, you will immediately understand this: “Love jumped out in front of us, like a killer jumps out of the ground in an alley, and hit us both at once! This is how lightning strikes, this is how a Finnish knife strikes! nine0003

It's amazing how ridiculous notions of love can be :)

I think you now understand why I was alone for so long.

At the same time, I easily managed to build relationships with people at work and school. There one could take a closer look at a person, find a business (read, safe) reason for acquaintance and get to know him better. Sometimes these acquaintances grew into friendship, but even with friends I did not like to spend much time.

How things have changed

How did I manage to change my reclusive lifestyle? This was facilitated by a number of external circumstances that triggered internal changes that led to a change in external circumstances that stimulated internal changes that ...

The habit of being among people

It all started with the fact that I met a person with whom we decided to create a marketing agency, and in order to save on office costs, they began to work at my home. As a result, we spent the whole day together, plus we had to communicate a lot with clients and our team. After a period of seclusion, it was difficult, but gradually I got used to being among people. However, globally, nothing has changed in my worldview. I was still afraid of companies and believed that serious relationships did not shine for me. nine0003

And people are not so scary. ..

The worldview began to change when I went to group therapy. Group therapy is a good trainer for shy people who live their fantasies about other people (here I wrote about it in detail). The main effect of group therapy is that you realize that all people are alike. Everyone has their troubles, difficulties, fears, everyone wants happiness, respect, recognition, love, everyone is trying to achieve this, albeit sometimes in very crooked ways. nine0003

The cool thing about group therapy is that it has taught me:

  • to clarify what people think . This is important, because a huge pile of conflicts and a desire to stay away from everyone arise from fantasies that other people think nasty things about us.
  • talk about your needs . At the group, I learned, for example, to attract attention to myself: “Friends, give me time, I need to puff” and defend my interests: “Listen, I don’t need advice now, I want you to support me. ” It helped to be in contact with people, not to ignore their own needs and to maintain autonomy. nine0108
  • appreciate yourself more . The group members talked about what my personal qualities they like, for which they appreciate me. This feedback boosted my confidence and, as a result, I was much easier to withstand criticism. Now I no longer fell into shame if the communication went wrong: “Yes, I didn’t manage to make a funny joke, so what? It happens".
  • treat yourself and others easier . When self-confidence appears, you no longer need to seek solace in fantasies of your imaginary superiority. How before? “Although my life is a complete mess and there is nothing to brag about, but in fact I am wow! It just hasn't shown itself yet." At the same time, this allows you to see in other people just people with their own characteristics, nishtyaks and weaknesses, and not fantastic ideals or miserable nonentities. nine0108

You may get the impression that the group is to blame for all my changes. This is not entirely true, the group allows you to recharge your confidence and try new behavior first in a safe situation on the group itself, and then transfer it to everyday life.


And then I really liked one girl, and I asked her out on a date. And if earlier it would hardly have gone well, because I would definitely wind myself up, fantasize that I don’t like it, and ruin everything, now everything went fine. The first date was followed by the second, and a year later we got married. nine0003

And now, comparing my feelings of loneliness and living together, I can say that it's much better together (and I say this not only because my wife reads me :)) It's hard to explain, but a loved one, as if complements, makes you complete and more harmonious.

Present yourself to the world

Of course, against the background of everything else, this is a trifle, but I would like to note the training, which also launched interesting changes. The funny thing is that it was a training in ... vocals. And what about the vocals? nine0003

Tell me, can you afford to sing loudly? Most people need vodka and karaoke for this, otherwise it's strange and indecent. But in the same way, in our culture it is not customary to shine, attract attention, be noticeable, and in general - to be. In order for the voice to open up, you need to be liberated, and a fair part of the training was devoted to not holding back, straightening your shoulders and finding a voice.

The results were interesting. We yelled songs in chorus for three days, and the voice did not sit down, although for this I just need to talk loudly for a couple of hours (for example, give a lecture to a large audience). But even more curious is that immediately after the training I started a blog, where for the first time I dared to publish personal texts and exhibit my drawings. nine0003

Instead of output

The way out of loneliness took three years, and was both the result of my efforts and a fortunate combination of circumstances, which, however, still had to be able to use. Although each of us has our own path, looking back, I understand that it would be easier for me if someone shared their thoughts and experiences with me - then I would feel less alone and cut off from people.

A year ago, I was inspired by the idea of ​​“silent support” and created the project “Vest”, the purpose of which is to create a space where you can be not perfect, share your thoughts and experiences, learn to better understand and accept yourself. Initially, I conceived "Vest" as a project for introverts and lonely people, but it suddenly turned out that the project is interesting for everyone who likes to understand their lives, cultivate self-worth and understand themselves better. Take a look, see if you like it. nine0003

How to make friends at any age

June 2, 2021 Likbez A life

Do not sit alone, hoping for casual acquaintances. Take action.

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Simple tips to help you make friends

  1. Always be yourself. So you will not deceive anyone when you meet and will not disappoint when you get to know you better.
  2. Think carefully about what you value most in people and with whom it is easier for you to communicate. Keep this in mind when making new friends.
  3. Don't be prejudiced, don't judge new people by hearsay or first impressions. Get to know the person better, only then draw conclusions.
  4. Friendship is a mutually beneficial relationship. Offer help when you see that the person needs it. If this is a true friend, then you can count on help in return.
  5. Keep in touch with new friends: communicate on the Internet, arrange new meetings, try to diversify your joint leisure time. But don't be too pushy. If the person is ignoring you, don't push. nine0108
  6. Don't worry if new acquaintances lose interest in you. You may have met the wrong people or made mistakes. Analyze the experience and keep looking.

How to find friends online

With the spread of the Internet, many of us began to spend more time in front of the monitor and communicate less live. It is a fact. But not everything is so clear. The web is just a tool and everyone uses it in their own way.

The Internet can be seen as both a refuge from the real world and a powerful means of socialization. The sites and services, which will be discussed below, introduce a huge number of people every day. Already today you can make friends there. nine0003

Look for friends in online communities

Internet forums, chats in instant messengers like WhatsApp and Telegram, public pages and groups on Facebook*, VKontakte, Odnoklassniki and other social networks are all platforms for effectively finding new acquaintances .

You just need to choose the right community, which may include people of interest to you, and unobtrusively invite them to get acquainted. Nothing complicated.

If you live in a small town, look for a community based on geography. In large social networks, almost every locality has local groups like “Typical Bryansk” or “Overheard in Chernigov”, where you can communicate with fellow countrymen. To find such a group, just enter the name of your locality in the service search. nine0003

When you find a community, look at its description, read the posts of other users. So you will find out how dating takes place here. Most often, participants directly publish brief information about themselves with an offer to get to know each other. In VKontakte, such data is usually sent to administrators, and they already post it for the rest of the group members on behalf of the sender. You can reply to one of these posts or leave your own.

If you are from a large city, then it makes sense to look for a community of interest, without reference to the locality. It can be a chat to discuss cinema, a public about fishing or a forum about bodybuilding. Choose what is closer to you. nine0003

The main thing is that your city should be big and your community should be popular. Then among his audience there will surely be your "neighbors".

In communities of interest, so-called gatherings are popular - mass meetings of participants for dating and spending time together. Such events are organized by the participants themselves or the administration. An example is the meetings of users of LiveLib, a social platform for book lovers. But before you go to such an event, prove yourself on the site. Participate in discussions, make your publications - let them notice you and accept you as their own. nine0003

Some communities of interest have special sections for dating. For example, on the website of the humorous platform Pikabu there is a popular branch called “Dating League”. Participants from different cities and countries tell about themselves here and offer to meet offline. After free registration, you will be able to write to someone who is interested in you, or publish your profile.

Find friends using dating services

The web is full of services designed specifically for dating. Most often, with their help, they are looking for partners for sex or romantic relationships, but nothing prevents you from looking for friends in this way. nine0003

In the same Tinder, the world's largest online dating service, you can easily find a person for friendly communication. After registration, clearly indicate in your personal profile that you are looking for a company to simply go to the cinema, exhibition, concert or other event that seems appropriate to you. This is good ground to make friends.


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The app will connect to your Facebook* and display profiles of users who are close to you and match your interests. You can anonymously tag people you like. The same will be done with your profile. If the choice matches, the application will notify both of them and you can start chatting. nine0003

There are also services that are designed specifically for finding friends. They are not as popular, but fit your purpose perfectly. Among such projects are the TourBar companion search platform and the MyFriends dating service.

Find friends in online games

If you have never played multiplayer games, you may not realize how strong social bonds they create between players. In virtual worlds, they find not only real friends, but even future husbands and wives. nine0003

Games like Destiny, Overwatch and World of Warcraft create situations where you have to interact with strangers. You join forces with other players for the sake of common goals and experience joint adventures. In such conditions, it is easy to get close and find common topics for conversation. If you wish, you can continue to communicate in the real world.

Don't forget netiquette if you're dating online.

  1. Tidy up your online profile. Remove posts and pictures that make you look worse than you really are. nine0108
  2. When posting your profile for future friends, briefly describe your qualities, goals of acquaintance and interests.
  3. Try to write correctly, use punctuation marks.
  4. Avoid excessive use of emoticons, exclamation marks, and capital letters.
  5. Do not break the message into several parts unnecessarily. Finish the thought, and then send, so as not to annoy the interlocutor with a flood of notifications.
  6. Avoid commonplace remarks like “Hi, how are you?”. nine0108
  7. Don't swear.
  8. Don't joke around.
  9. Do not argue over trifles, respect the point of view of the interlocutor.
  10. Be polite.

If your communication from the virtual world turns into the real one (and this is exactly what you want, right?), the tips from the next paragraph will surely come in handy.

How to find friends offline

If you are an old school person and do not like all this virtual stuff, you can always find interesting people in the real world. nine0003

Make friends at school or at work

Schools, universities and offices are places where people usually make new acquaintances. But since you are reading this article, it means that this option did not work in your case.

If there are people in the team with whom you would like to make friends, but no one shows initiative, take it into your own hands. Talk to your manager about doing things together, like going after work to an anti-cafe or a bar. You can simply offer these options directly to your colleagues. An informal atmosphere will create the prerequisites for friendly relations. nine0003

If you study or work remotely, or there are no like-minded people in the team, there is a radical way - to change the place of work or study. But before taking decisive action, try the next option.

Look for friends in local sections and interest clubs

Another old-fashioned way to find friends is to join a sports section. It is advisable to choose a team sport like football, hockey or handball. Alternatively, consider dancing.

If you don't like active sports, try to find an interest club. This may be an institution where they play board games or discuss literature. Choose based on your interests: this will help you find like-minded people. The addresses of such clubs are usually available on the Internet.

Be mindful of manners when communicating in person

  1. Before the meeting, think about how to make the most of your time. Offer your options to new friends. Ask if they have suggestions.
  2. Don't be late for meetings: no one likes to wait.
  3. Do not violate the person's personal space.
  4. Be open to new places, activities and travel.
  5. Use psychological tricks to please the other person.

We hope these tips help you make new friends. We will be glad if you share your experience.

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