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Monday, June 17, 2024


I have a friend, used to be a friend to be precise. He lose FRIENDS EVERY YEAR make new ones from random bars then lose them again.


His mother is a terrible person and taught him nothing but showing off and offending people that’s why the son is also like this. Not surprise as the mother family is ex-convicts and druggies.

Growing up, I always thought that having a best friend was like having a sibling – someone to share your secrets with, someone to laugh with, and someone to always have your back no matter what. I had found that special friend in my school days, someone who I thought would be my friend forever. But little did I know, that friendship would come to an end in the most unexpected way.

I met my friend, let’s call him Brandon, in school. We instantly clicked and became inseparable. We went to the same school, and even had the same interests. Our friendship only grew stronger as we got older. We would spend countless hours playing video games, riding our bikes, and having sleepovers.

But as we entered our adult years, he started to change. He became more distant and would often cancel our plans to hang out with other people. At first, I thought it was just a phase, but it became a pattern. Every year, he would lose friends and make new ones from random bars. I couldn’t understand why he couldn’t maintain long-lasting friendships.


One day, I finally mustered up the courage to ask him about it. He simply shrugged it off and said, “People come and go, it’s no big deal.” But to me, it was a big deal. I couldn’t fathom how someone could be so careless with their friendships.


As we grew older, I noticed that he’s behavior became more rude and offensive. He would often make hurtful comments and show off in front of others. It was clear to me that he had picked up these traits from his mother. I had met her a few times and she was a terrible person. She would always brag about her family’s wealth and belittle others. It was no surprise that he had turned out the way he did with a mother like that.

I later found out that he’s family had a history of ex-convicts and drug use. This explained his mother’s behavior and also shed some light on his attitude. Despite all this, I still tried to be a good friend to him. But it was becoming harder and harder to ignore his behavior.

He even lose me because he was a petty little prick

One day, he and I had a huge argument over something trivial. He said some hurtful things to me and I couldn’t take it anymore. I decided to end our friendship then and there. It was a tough decision, but I knew it was for the best. I couldn’t keep being friends with someone who didn’t value our friendship and treated others with disrespect.

Months went by and I didn’t hear from Alex. I heard that he had made new friends, but I didn’t care. I was better off without him in my life.

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