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    Ive known my friend for a long time now, and we are close. However the last few times we hung out, he was saying how I really annoy him. Then he was talking about things in the the past like collage, saying I was really stupid and being awkward and said things that were out of character and things I shouldnt have said. I tried to explain what happend in those situations. The situations were mainly mis behaving in class.

    Now the fact that he kept talking about it got me down, and I mentioned something about him and he didnt like it, it was awkward when we got home as we normally talk but didnt. We just apologized and that was it.

    But I cant believe some of the things he said, I know the situation is over but still. People would argue to not talk again but I hang out with this guy often. Im working full time now aswell. Cant really find any new friends.
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