This studio is for making friends.
Not that I'm assuming you don't have any friends, just that you probably don't, since you're looking for some.
Just like you wouldn't go out shopping for tomatoes unless you didn't have any.
Friends are like tomatoes. they are nice and squishy and relatively huggable, but when you squeeze them too hard their insides squirt all over your clean shirt.
Actually, tomatoes are like humans in general. they are squishy.
You can comment anything that sounds relatively clever or amusing to have people think that you're interesting and comment back at you, and then you will be friends.
Or you can wait for other interesting seeming people to show up, and you can comment something interesting back at them.
You can also share a project that has something to do with friendship to show how knowledgeable you are about it and impress people with your friendship skills.
Or you can blackmail people into being your friend if you get desperate.
Actually, no, don't do that.
Don't get desperate, I mean.
I'm beginning to think that maybe my analogy about tomatoes doesn't work as well as I thought it might.
Cause the tomato stain would probably come out in the wash, whereas a human stain would not.
I'm also beginning to think that maybe I'm giving bad advice when it comes to making friends.
Also I should probably never become a psychologist.
You know what? Forget everything I've said up until now.
Just accept the invitation to curate, (If you were invited), like all my projects, and follow me. Cause That's really what we all want friends on Scratch for. To get followers.
What a nasty nasty truth.
Or maybe I'm lying, cause you can't trust strangers on the internet.
The studio guidelines are just not to be a jerk like I have been throughout this entire explanation.
Also don't add projects that aren't about friendship.
And be respectful. Like true friends are. (not.)
Anyhow, thanks for reading all through this entire explanation.
Thank me in the comments section for wasting an entire 2 minutes of your life reading this. In a polite way, of course.