A new study has found that at the age of 29, we're at a stage where we're the most popular we'll ever be.
Food firm Genius Gluten Free Study conducted a survey on 1,505 Brits and found that at 29, a person could have as many as 80 friends, which comprise of their school, college as well as work pals, the Independent reported.
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The 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 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.