Once upon a time a beggar did something that won him the king's favor. The king, hugely grateful, said 'Tell me what I can give you to repay this act of kindness'. The beggar deliberated some then said, 'Give me fifty rupees'. The king said 'That's it? Meri auqat dekh ke mang (consider my status before you ask me for anything). The beggar then thought some more and said, 'okay, give me half your kingdom'. The king started laughing and said 'Abey ghaday (donkey)! Teri auqat dekh ke mang (consider your own status before you ask me for anything)'.
That said, I know even the vilest frandshipper has a heart and I can respect that. But as I merrily click the 'reject' button and consign this random offer of friendship to perdition I can't help but prance around singing the words sung by the great po-yet of my childhood: 'Mera dil nahin available, koi aur dar khat khata'.
Good-bye random 'frandshipper'.