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fight with a so called friend

May 25 2012
Yesterday i had a fight with a so called frnd. Well I hv met him twice, still we had been talking everyday for the past 2 weeks. yesterday he suddenly said that i needed to change myself, and how i wouldfeel if someone talked to me the way I talked to people. i found all this very confusing, i asked him many times wht was wrong with me, but he didn't elaborate. So here to day I am with one friend less.

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written by lken, May 26, 2012
a lot people can only see life in a mold. the way others think we should be. be yourself, not much of a friend , trying to change you.
written by cetacean, May 26, 2012
not friendless he would have to have been a friend first clearly he's not capable and your better off

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