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What are your opinions on the concept that your best friends become your enemies and your enemies become your best friend. Ive had many ocassions when this is true, but do you think its just coincidence or theres a reason behind it
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What are your opinions on the concept that your best friends become your enemies and your enemies become your best friend. Ive had many ocassions when this is true, but do you think its just coincidence or theres a reason behind it
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I'm assuming that you are quite young. I don't mean this to be patronizing. When you have reached a level of maturity in which your best friends are dictated by more than just the proximity or convenience, you will find that what you describe is much less common. If you have experienced such turnabout, it is because your friends and enemies are not as sincere as you thought in the first place. You probably weren't either.
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I'm assuming that you are quite young. I don't mean this to be patronizing. When you have reached a level of maturity in which your best friends are dictated by more than just the proximity or convenience, you will find that what you describe is much less common. If you have experienced such turnabout, it is because your friends and enemies are not as sincere as you thought in the first place. You probably weren't either.


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Yes I am quite young compared to most people on tsr, and yes I do believe that people mature to the extent that these occurences are less common however I have seen plenty between adults too. The world is a decieving place and im simply proposing a question to see if we can really determine our true friends and ememies.

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I'm not a superhero so I find the concept of anyone having 'enemies' quite absurd. There's people you get on with, most of which become good friends hopefully and those you avoid because you share little in common with them. I'm not going around the streets of London wearing a cape fighting my enemies, though.
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Yes I am quite young compared to most people on tsr, and yes I do believe that people mature to the extent that these occurences are less common however I have seen plenty between adults too. The world is a decieving place and im simply proposing a question to see if we can really determine our true friends and ememies.

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You're 15, OP. Once you get to about 17/18/19 that's when you're more likely to make life-long friends, especially if you're going into uni. But even then you can be lucky enough to have made some good friends from highschool and keep in contact with them, like I and many others have. It's a bit early to worry about something so trivial.
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You're 15, OP. Once you get to about 17/18/19 that's when you're more likely to make life-long friends, especially if you're going into uni. But even then you can be lucky enough to have made some good friends from highschool and keep in contact with them, like I and many others have. It's a bit early to worry about something so trivial.
yeah i guess, people will start maturing, well hopefully they do anyway, i was just wondering if its just me, or anyone else who has had occurrences like that
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