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Previous Entry Just thinkin May. 18th, 2004 @ 03:43 pm
Each friendship seems to be a unique sittuations, I suppose that is why they are so hard to make judgement calls on. Its also so hard to ask for advice concerning a friend, because honestly their is no way someone else can understand the sittuation that you have with you and said friend. Anyways, but my point is that despite the unique sittuation behing each frienship, are their any universal truths to frienship? Is there a time always where one should terminate a frienship or should friendship be saved at all costs. I suppose once again it depends on the person, but what are the time for termination? I say the word termination because it sounds extreme as ending friendships typically tend to be. Well, anyways thats just whats on my mind, nothing spectacular.
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From:elrumblefish
Date:May 21st, 2004 05:42 pm (UTC)
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As long as there's a record deal we'll always be friends...

I think a better question is - is the person truly a friend? Because Lord knows I am stuck to my friends like glue, but what about people who aren't my friends? Well, I don't take crap from em', thats for sure. So then you have to decide - when is it that someone is truly a friend of yours, and not an acquantance? An acquantance is someone who you see now and then, maybe talk to once in a while, don't really have any special bonds, you might or might not trust them, but much of that is because you yourself do not have high expectations of them.

To me a friend is someone I can trust and can count on. Who I have history with and am able to resolve baggage with quickly on account of the fact that our friendship means more to us than getting our shit worked out. A friend is someone who will drop what they're doing for me and I will gladly do the same. But more than anything, a friendship is a team, and the team is only as good as the weakest person. Is it much of a friendship at all when one person is in it 100% and the other person could care less?

In the end though, I don't think I've ever done something like terminate a friendship, cause most things usually heal with time. A lot of times what people need is a break, but thats hard to do for say the person whose in the friendship all the way, and man I would know.
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From:joseph_shrike
Date:May 24th, 2004 10:22 am (UTC)
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Yeah. See I havn't seen you guys for like a year but I know that when I do, you won't stab me. That's true friendship. The absence of being stabbed.
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From:anotherbrooke
Date:May 25th, 2004 10:31 pm (UTC)
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Love the jack! saw this and thought you would get a kick out of it...

While visiting his niece, an elderly man had a heart attack.
The woman drove wildly to get him to the emergency room.

After what seemed like a very long wait, the E. R. doctor appeared,
wearing his scrubs and a long face.

Sadly, he said, "I'm afraid that your uncle's brain is dead, but he is
still breathing."

"Oh, shit," cried the woman, her hands clasped against her cheeks with
shock, "We've never had a democrat in the family before".
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