Put it as PG just because of one itsy bitsy offensive word. Nothing major...
So my best friend has been bugging me. She's so critical of everything I do. She knows how I am, I'm the funny girl you know? Everyone has one in their group, the one who rolls her eyes, comes up with witty one liners, everyone knows her, she's fun, she's outrageous and a bitch but that's part of her charm. Everyone knows how I am especially her. She has a friend that I don't like and I can say without embarrasment "*So-and-so* I don't give a crap, I don't like you" in front of people. I'm shallow I admit it and I'm not vain but when people mess up my hair I just wanna kill them. I care about my appearance. I don't love myself I just wanna look nice. So I know how bad I can be but I'm also caring you know? I have a heart and she's forever saying stuff like who cares bout your hair but not in the sort of way I can go "I do!" at- she was seriously like glaring at me. And when I went "I don't fancy him any more, finding out his brains less than a third the size of mine was a bit of a put off" she was all like OMG and she knew I was joking. Everyone else laughed but she like attacked me (verbally.) It's like she doesn't know me anymore. I don't know what to do she isn't the best friend I once knew.
P.S. If anyone says I am self obsessed seriously when I go on about my hair and stuff it's mostly for attention- yeah I admit it see I'm honest about my faults. Anyway people call me vain but you know there are haters out there. I hate people, it's unavoidable and part of life. Sorry this is so long this just means a lot to me and I took a lot of time making sure I didn't make it so people think I'm really awful- I care about what people think, is that shallowness or is it called something else?
Submitted:Dec 19, 2009 Reads: 561 Comments: 8 Likes: 0
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