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Friends Classification

Daniella Ortega Dr. DeLozier English 1301 29 September 2004 Friends There is nothing more natural than having friends. Everyone in the world has millions of friends, and most people can’t count their friends on two hands. Friends are important to have because they are a backbone when things get tough in life, and are always there for love and support. With all the friends that we have you would think that it would be hard to distinguish between different types of friends, but that is not the case. We can identify our best friend, our acquaintances, our teammates, and our mutual friends. However, what is friendship, and does it change with each different group of friends? Friendship is difficult to define, and with every group there are different ways of acting. Friendship means different things to different people. A friend is one whom is attached to another by affection or esteem. A friend is a person with whom we tend to feel more relaxed, open, and equal. There is some sort of a bond that is held together by positive feelings and history. All our different group of friends are important to have, and all have their special meaning to us. A best friend is someone whom you can tell everything to, and it is usually someone that you hang out with all the time. Your best friend knows every secret about you, and can predict what you’re going to do or think before you do or think it. You hang out in the same group of friends, and have a lot in common. You can feed off one another’s personality traits, and even finish each other sentences. Without the other person around you begin to feel incomplete, and are constantly making plans for the next time you two will be together. A prime example is the relationship with my best friend, Mari. We have known each other since we were in the fourth grade, and we have gone through everything together. We were there for each other when we had our first boyfriends, had our first school...

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