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The other night a friend confessed to a really intense friendship when he was young. Nothing sexual or anything, but it did extend to always going to the toilet together. As he put it, "we shared our poos."

Think back to the innocence of blood brothers and being friends forever and tell us the stories of loyalty, commitment and how it all went horribly wrong. You've seen Heavenly Creatures...

(, Fri 28 Jul 2006, 10:21)
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My best friend
I fell out with a guy i've been through almost everything with. We used to be closer than brothers. But I think his g/f is a psycho and she managed to convince him that I was mentally unstable (because I was going through a very messy breakup and had the nerve to start seeing some-one ... Like I'm the only one to find a rose when all around was covered in manure!!)

He did have a point that it seemed a bit soon, but this girl is everything my ex wasn't; she's resourceful, caring, kind, considerate etc etc ... anyway, even my halfwitt brother has noticed the change in me and my home (for the bette) and that's saying something. Everyone who meets her likes her. But still, some-one who was really my best friend doesn't want to know.

Either he's been living out of whistfull feelings, longing for the old days, and hasn't had the balls to admit it; or doesn't have a clue what friendship is about.

It's always sad when something you thought was special goes away, but either the people will come round, or not ... there's not really a loss whichever way it goes.

My point is, don't be bitter at people not understanding you, the chances are you've simply misunderstood them too.
(, Wed 2 Aug 2006, 13:56, Reply)

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