Once the train starts moving, the duo can be seen frantically waving their arms and running behind the train.
True friendships do make the world a better place. Even if you don't meet those friends for months it doesn't feel like it's been so long when you finally do. A video of such a friendship recently surfaced on TikTok and people just loved it. In the video, two friends can be seen standing at a railway station laughing, talking and saying goodbye to their friend/friends on the train. Once the train starts moving, the duo can be seen running behind the train and saying goodbye. The video ends with the caption, "stay close to people that feel like sunshine." It was filmed by @himmelreichnina in Switzerland and has more than 2.6 million views. The video is captioned, "caught the most wholesome scene on video."
The person in the video named Joana Marioni commented, "No wayyyyyyy, it’s me and my friend! We laughed so hard seeing this, thank you for capturing the moment :) The comments are so sweet! And we thought we could be at ease in St-Gallen, coming from Geneva, directly got caught."
Many on the platform found the friendship sweet and heart-warming. @marianapuig commented, "Female friendships keep the world spinning 💗"@jadielynnnn wrote, "I LOVE them. The way this would make me sob even harder on the train tho!!!!" @idealbestie commented, "Now, that’s the kind of love you fight for! If you value your friendship, you’ll find a way to keep them around🥰" @485950658483ii commented, "Aww they make me feel like I wanna be their friend too 😂"
Talking about friendships, Jane Fonda believes that there is a difference between men's and women's friendships and she does make some valid points. "Women's friendships are very different from men's friendships. And they're very important to our health. Because you guys, you, kind of, sit side by side and watch sports or cars or women," she said, reported CBS News. Women sit facing each other eye to eye, and they say, 'I'm in trouble. I need you. Can you help me?' We are not afraid of being vulnerable."
Fonda goes on quote her "favorite husband" Ted Turner who said to her, "You don't make new friends after 60." However, she thinks that he is really wrong. She continues, "That what you have to do is you have to be intentional. Like, I never used to be intentional. I would meet Sally Field, for example, but not pursue - well I did pursue you." Sally Field was sitting next to her during the interview and she immediately responded, "Oh, goodness sake. I couldn't make you stop." Fonda in her defense says, "See because she tends to be reclusive."
I think Jane Fonda nails it here on friendship differences between men and women pic.twitter.com/wQOGjhaeRD— Wu-Tang is for the Children (@WUTangKids) January 15, 2023
The actor concludes, "You have to pursue people that you want to be friends with. And you have to say, 'I'm intentionally wanting to be your friend.' And it works. People hear that and then stick around, and you develop new friendships." Lily Tomlin who was also part of the interview says, "I don't really like people that much. I try to avoid them." Field also resonated with her views and added, "I don't either." Both the actors jokingly say, "But those who are intentional, you just can't get rid of them."