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Do you have any really close friends who you can share almost anything with and you completely trust each other?
Yup - my boyfriend
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Yup - my boyfriend
I think a lot of people trust their significant other and will tell them almost anything.
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Do you have any really close friends who you can share almost anything with and you completely trust each other?
a few
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There is one person who comes under that category for me, it's why he's my best friend.

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Yes, many. The advantage of going to boarding school. The friends i made there are friends for life.
My God, your boarding school must have been very different from mine (although I didn't board, but still it would have been the same). I learned the hard way that a lot of them were not to be trusted with anything.
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My God, your boarding school must have been very different from mine (although I didn't board, but still it would have been the same). I learned the hard way that a lot of them were not to be trusted with anything.
I almost went to a boarding school specialising in the teaching of dylexic.
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Do you have any really close friends who you can share almost anything with and you completely trust each other?
Don't know whether i still have him or not!!!!!
I really blew his head off last night.....
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Don't know whether i still have him or not!!!!!
I really blew his head off last night.....
figuratively or literally, as if you are being literal, I think you might not have him.
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figuratively or literally, as if you are being literal, I think you might not have him.
He contacted my friends saying..tell her i love her....tell her to talk to me..i'll be destroyed...told my mates to tell him whether he's watched a film or not before all that!
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I almost went to a boarding school specialising in the teaching of dylexic.
I went to one, just a normal one, but as a day pupil. It was good and it was horrible.
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I went to one, just a normal one, but as a day pupil. It was good and it was horrible.
ohhh, so you had a mixed experiance then. I think going to a comprihensive has done me the world of good, and has allowed me to make a load of friends.
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My God, your boarding school must have been very different from mine (although I didn't board, but still it would have been the same). I learned the hard way that a lot of them were not to be trusted with anything.
Wow, you must have been unlucky or else just lived in a different world to the boarders. There was a huge difference in attitudes between day pupils and boarders at my school. The day pupils were not as tight knit as we were. We lived together at least 6 days a week for 6 years and for a few of us whos families lived abroad we were in school 7 days every week and went to live with our friends on the shorter holidays.
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Wow, you must have been unlucky or else just lived in a different world to the boarders. There was a huge difference in attitudes between day pupils and boarders at my school. The day pupils were not as tight knit as we were. We lived together at least 6 days a week for 6 years and for a few of us whos families lived abroad we were in school 7 days every week and went to live with our friends on the shorter holidays.
No, I was in a boarding house, so I was good friends with all the boarders. Yes, they were closer friends with each other than I was with me, but that's not to say we didn't get on. I learnt that some people are not to be trusted though, boarders and day girls. I think I was unlucky. Mind you, when the boarders fell out, then it was really painful :eek:
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they were closer friends with each other than I was with me
Now I'm confused.

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Do you have any really close friends who you can share almost anything with and you completely trust each other?
I have a few.
- My boyfriend
- Best Friend from home
- Best Friend from uni
- Sister
- Other Sister
- Mum
- Dad
Not in priority order or anything.
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Yes I do... It takes me longer than most to trust people but I am lucky enough to have two people that I will trust with any secret or problem or basically anything. My best friend Ruth and my boyfriend John... I'd trust either of them with my life. lucky lucky me. it has taken a matter of years to get to this point of mutual trust with both of them though... I've known ruth for eight years but only in the last two or so become close and I met john like 2 and a half years ago... I spent the first six months waiting for him to break my heart... didn't happen though and now I trust that it won't.

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I thought this was going to be about the "friends with benefits" scenario. Only messed up people have those.
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Now I'm confused.

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Sorry, I meant "than I was with them"

And I agree with Sam, friends with privileges only leads to complicated situations from what I've seen.
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I thought this was going to be about the "friends with benefits" scenario. Only messed up people have those.
What are friends with benefits? don't all friends come with benefits??
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I've got one friend I trust 100% and can tell anything to. It's nice to know when things get rough you've always got one person you can count on.

I haven't told her one thing though, but just because there hasn't really been a need to.


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