Whenever I talk to someone, I always happen to talk about history, art, movies, or marching band. I know that it is because of this that I don't have many friends. And even though I have a small group of friends right now, I know that they are starting their own lives just as I am, and I need to find friends outside of this small group. But how to do it when I can't stop talking about these subjects and boring people to death? What are the signs I should look for in a person so that I know if they are annoyed with me or not? How do I stay on track in a conversation when the subject is on something that I don't like? Please help; I REALLY need advice.
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