18. Let them sleep in your bed even though theirs is 7 feet away.
While you guys may “do everything together,” there’s a certain level of self-sufficiency needed for a best friendship to survive and thrive.
2. The Callback Sniper
When I first started at university last September I was of course convinced that I would be billy-no-mates and navigate my way through student life as a hermit who was all alone.
The advice and encouragement that you used to get from a really smart “grownup” is now the advice you’re getting from your very best friends.
1. She doesn’t make time for you
I think we’ve all been guilty of this at some point ladies, locking a guy up in the place of no return: The Friend Zone. We all have that one guy who we swear up and down is “just our friend” and hey for some guys in our lives, they don’t mind the friend zone. But for the nice guy who is secretly (or not so secretly) crushing on you, it’s hell.
Let me explain.
The idea of that all-encompassing group of friends is about romanticized as Prince Charming himself. But that’s not how it usually works.
3. Sangria-induced promises are tougher to keep.