You imagine yourself to be the one that people come to when they are hurting, when they need a physical diary to write in. You hold the secrets of others that they entrust to no one else.
We all have them—the up-all-night BFFLs that we drifted away from, the ride-or-die relationships that went down the drain after one too many blow-out fights about who called dibs on which guy.
Everyone has come across a fake friend at some point in their lives. They may even be standing next to you and you don’t even know it. Lucky for you, there are warning signs to look out for.
That OH MY GOD feeling when you see something you have to screencap and share like their fave celebrity’s new pic on Insta or some ridiculous message you just got from some random on Tinder
You have an automatic wingman.
People are here to help us and all we have to do is acknowledge their presence because maybe all along we have been getting in our own way.
Instead of calling each other’s ex’s by name, you use references like “Don Draper Wannabe” or “Hipster Beard.”
Get the urge to call them and say sorry.
Compliment people as much as you can. Try to compliment one person a day; just don’t forget to compliment yourself, too.
7. They are fool-proof gossip keepers.