She immediately got an expression on her face that looked as if I had just told her a disturbing horror story. “You’re so annoying, this is why I don’t talk to you anymore. You don’t find anything funny,” she yelled to me as everyone was struck back by the scene she just made. I was bombarded with these hateful words that made me realize they all knew I was getting left out, but they said nothing to prevent it. Why should I be friends with people who don’t even care to check in on me?
I am the type of girl that prefers guy friends over girl friends any day of the week, and i never did anything with them. They treated me like one of them. They talked to me and messed around if i was one of them. They treated me like a sister, they gave me what i wanted and took me everywhere even when they had girlfriends they would pick me over them any day. And one day, one day i just stopped talking to them and stopped answering their phone calls.
Anything I say would make me completely and utterly bizarre. What if she decides she doesn't want me as a friend anymore? These entire questions are gathering up inside my mind waiting to set free and explode my brain. I'm lost in my own body and can't free myself.
Then, there were the people who had friends, some more than people inside the groups, but they did not belong to any group. If any of the people in this position comes to read this, know that this is not meant to offend you in any way. So,
People from all over the US and people from other countries from the other side of the world started making friends with me. I was surprised how friendly everyone was. Nobody judged or picked on a single person, and for the first time at such a big place with thousands of people, I was comfortable being myself. I would have never thought as a little boy that no matter who or what you are, you 're going to be treated the same as
This was just the start of how I started to look up to my sister. Years after and nothing changed until we were both a teenagers. It was amazing seeing my sister progress so much in school,more like stay stable and keeping up with her school work.. Always doing good being focused on every little thing that had to do with school. I never met someone like that specially graduating with the highest Gps from her school and honors well right after she was done with college out of a sudden all of that changed.
But without the years of living at my parents I probably would not of had any friends at all for the most part except for at school. Plus without me observing my parents I would have never gotten out of some trouble around my street, at a time there were big really mean kids that shot my grandmas dog with bottle rockets and they never took a liking to me so one day they were walking down the street when I was riding my scooter and they were probably going to beat me up when I was only 9 or ten and they were in around Jr. High school. I talked my way out of it and they eventually became my friend 's because of the charisma I carried with me. I guess I just had a way with words they liked about
Will that excuse make our friendship worse? What would she think of me if I did that? I should talk to her but I do not know how to start. No! I should just talk to her about was our friendship.
I wore my favorite green top to school, last year, and everyone loved my top, but when those same girls saw it, they didn’t think the same. They started to say mean things, then everyone else joined in. That was when my best friends were there for me. They helped me when no one else did, and I knew I was blessed to have them, and I didn’t care what they thought, I loved that top, and no one was going to stop me from wearing it! I was confident, and felt good to wear something so bold when there was always sameness.
This girl asked me if why I always looked ashamed and also it was difficult to comment in the class, I told her that I felt very nervous, and in this way we were both became great friends, the days she invited me to go to her home for talking or simply to go to do tasks that our teachers gave us, as she was very smart for the mathematics she explained to me very carefully each exercise, I felt very well with her because she seemed to know everything, on the other hand I helped her with the English by the fact that it was very difficult for her to be able to understand the subject in English. I felt that our friendship had gradually grow more and more, both went for a walk to the park on weekends and sometimes we went to play football