Do you have a best friend?
How is your relationship with him/her? I love my best friends!, one is my best girl friend I met her at school when I was just a kid and we have so much fun together, she's also someone I can trust and has my back. The I have my best guy friend; I met him last year but he's incredible and trust worthy. He makes me laugh every single day. And my main best friend is my boyfriend. With him I have everything.
Image: Me (purple t-shirt) and my BFF Paula (gving me a kiss).
I don't say that anyone is my "best" friend simply because best means that there is only one that is greater than the rest. All of my friends are equally awesome and so I never give out the "best" card because I'm not one to play favorites. However, I have some great friends that I've known for a while and they are amazing and i can trust them all with pretty much anything.
Yes i have a best friend she is also my sister in law. But we get on so well and are so alike which can cause some rows sometimes but we get through the rows and are still as close as ever. I wrote a poem about her the other day funny enough. x
I read somewhere, as you age your relationships change. We grow out of the best friend stage and have a few cherished friends but not one best friend. I still wish for the younger years when I had one bestest friend in the whole world...I seem to now have friends for different aspects of my life: Work, play, emotional, outings, etc. I love the people I am friends with and each has its unique quality.
Best-friends are the most beautiful people ever. They are there for you at times you dont have anybody. And yes answering your Q, everybody has best-friends..atleast one, be it boy/girl
My best friend is my sister - absolutely, definitely, no two ways about it, can't imagine life without her.
yeah ofcourse i have a best friend.Her name is Nancy..she's my friend from the school days..she is too cute and beautiful..we spend every sunday with each other..She is my Best friend forever..
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