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#2 - drturkleton (06/14/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Awh yeah. I like the amount of Scrubs posts this month.
#7 - houseofbrick (06/15/2013) [+] (27 replies)
I remember having Guy Love with a dude. A person that I loved more than I loved my girlfriends. That is, until he ****** the girl I was in love with and called me a whiny bitch and to get over it. In the end, I miss him more than I miss her.

Why do some people become assholes for no reason?
#1 - heafi (06/14/2013) [-]
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#4 - tdogmeds ONLINE (06/15/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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#30 - motherduck (06/15/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Im still with my best friend but we seem to be getting further apart as time goes by
#38 - jilliebean (06/15/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I've known my "best friend" for about 15 years now. 6 months ago, she got her first boyfriend, and since then, I barely even talk to her. She spends all her free time with him (even Christmas), and whenever we actually do hang out, she just texts him the whole time. Now they're talking about getting married, and I know that we probably won't speak at all by then.

Hold me, FJ.
#17 - burtgasm (06/15/2013) [+] (9 replies)
All these best friend/bromance comments
I was best friends with this guy and I would stay over at his house every other day, then suddenly he stopped talking to me. I haven't been to his house in almost a year and he never texts me, we used to have hour long conversations and now I get nothing. I didn't do anything to him either, I didn't tell any of his secrets and I wasn't mean to him
User avatar #51 - specialone (06/15/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Me and my best mate have been friends ever since we were about 3 when we were in nursery together. We always, and still do, get mistaken for brothers and I used to spend almost every weekend with him.

I moved to Australia about 4 1/2 years ago though yet we've still kept in touch emailing each other about once a week. He's been over once and I've gone over to see him once and every time it's like we just saw each other yesterday.

I'm going over to see him next month and honestly can't wait, me and him are going to cause some carnage on the Sheffield scene. We're so different yet so alike, and me and him have always been there for each other when times have got tough.

Best mates are there forever, no matter what.
#80 - knitey (06/15/2013) [-]
"All Aboard! The love train"
"All Aboard! The love train"
#13 - lordcommandersnow (06/15/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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User avatar #14 - ezTarget (06/15/2013) [-]
I miss scrubs
#76 - electrickwalrus (06/15/2013) [+] (5 replies)
i really don't see why aussies or brits whatevercall people this when they do something stupid
User avatar #81 to #76 - zakaizer (06/15/2013) [-]
Call people what?
#66 - Stevethewizard (06/15/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I've had friends like this. And, because life likes to screw me over, I've lost all of them. The closest thing I have to a friend like this now is an ex who I somehow managed to maintain friendly terms with. Her boyfriend and I are friends, and were friends before they got together, but not to this level.
The first friend I was like this with was my first real friend, more or less. We were pretty much the only two kids around the same age in town (note: the town is in the middle of ******* nowhere. The population of this town is allegedly 500 people, but I swear that's taking into account at least 10 miles of outlying land, and then rounding that up quite a bit), and we were both more or less... dreamers, I guess, would be the best word for it. All ideas, no execution. We both dreamed of being famous someday. We would ride our bikes around town, pick up odd jobs for a few bucks, then blow our money on soda, or, when we got older, energy drinks. We started drifting apart in high school, with him getting more and more into our school's programming courses, while I got more into writing and performance.
This leads to the second such friend I had this kind of friendship with. This guy and I met around 8th grade, when he was sort of coming to terms with who he was. He was learning to accept himself as being gay, and learning that there was nothing wrong with him. I was learning to express myself as feeling I had outgrown my need for religion (long story, only mildly related to the topic), and I was an accepting friend when he needed one. We had similar interests (he's studying music therapy currently, while I still consider myself a singer based on the fact I sing whenever possible), similar hobbies (we both played entirely too many video games, and had similar tastes in games), and similar outlooks on humanity (both rather dark, but both expressed hope), so we bonded. When he was having boy trouble, he went to me for advice, and when I had girl trouble, I vented to him.
User avatar #67 to #66 - aldheim (06/15/2013) [-]
Well, maybe if you weren't such a faggot...
#50 - chucknorrisTHEGAME (06/15/2013) [+] (5 replies)
I had a best friend for years.  Not quite a bromance, as I'm not a bro, but it was as close as it could get.  We'd go out to dinner all the time, hang out nearly every day, go downtown and see shows, all of it.  I'd also get invited out with his family all the time.  I listened to every problem he had and was there for him through heartbreak after heartbreak, and he listened to some of my problems, too.  He finally got a girlfriend who was there for him, and didn't leave or not love him back, and I was happy for him.  But then I started being pushed out of the picture.  I haven't been to dinner with him in months and when I was, all he did was text her.  I can't remember the last time I was invited out with his family.   
Today I was at an event with them and a few others, and I was in the room with just them and had a panic attack (I have a genuine anxiety condition).  He was too busy with her to notice, and when she noticed, he just moved them farther away so I wouldn't bother them.   
   
I miss having a best friend.
I had a best friend for years. Not quite a bromance, as I'm not a bro, but it was as close as it could get. We'd go out to dinner all the time, hang out nearly every day, go downtown and see shows, all of it. I'd also get invited out with his family all the time. I listened to every problem he had and was there for him through heartbreak after heartbreak, and he listened to some of my problems, too. He finally got a girlfriend who was there for him, and didn't leave or not love him back, and I was happy for him. But then I started being pushed out of the picture. I haven't been to dinner with him in months and when I was, all he did was text her. I can't remember the last time I was invited out with his family.
Today I was at an event with them and a few others, and I was in the room with just them and had a panic attack (I have a genuine anxiety condition). He was too busy with her to notice, and when she noticed, he just moved them farther away so I wouldn't bother them.

I miss having a best friend.
#74 - erotictentacle (06/15/2013) [+] (4 replies)
I don't get it, all these people being sad because their best friend neglects them for their new girl-/boyfriends.   
My best friend just got a girlfriend too and now we don't nearly interact as much as we used to. But i'm happy for him, i almost thought the fella was gay, but he ain't.   
That's a good thing!
I don't get it, all these people being sad because their best friend neglects them for their new girl-/boyfriends.
My best friend just got a girlfriend too and now we don't nearly interact as much as we used to. But i'm happy for him, i almost thought the fella was gay, but he ain't.
That's a good thing!
User avatar #87 to #74 - certifiedidiot ONLINE (06/15/2013) [-]
How so?

Matters **** all what sexsuality he got.
#73 - anonymous (06/15/2013) [+] (1 reply)
my two best friends recently turned against me while I was going trough a hard period and I have never felt so alone.
User avatar #72 - beatmasterz (06/15/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I didn't even bother to watch the last season of Scrubs. It sucks without JD and Elliot.
#65 - anonymous (06/15/2013) [-]
All these stories about people losing their best friends....

Ive had my best friend all my life, we never fight, we've always been there for eachother and never let eachother down, even when we had girlfriends.....

It makes me sad that it could end some day......

Excuse my bad English....
#49 - antonella (06/15/2013) [-]
ah .. I know that ... I have a very nice relationship with my boyfriend .... and sometimes perhaps even too often "we are in relation to the three he and I and his best friend" .... Do not get me wrong ... but once I really do not know how to behave ..... but I guess with time you just accept it and deal with it.
User avatar #47 - ThatGuyWhoTalks (06/15/2013) [-]
I used to have a bestfriend all through elementary school when I first started going to the elementary school in 2nd grade. The kid was goofy-looking; crooked teeth, funny hair, ginger. But that didn't matter to me, we were bro's. We were friends for 4 years until middle school came and we got put in different classes. He got super popular and eventually just didn't have time(I'm guessing) to hang out with me.
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