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I have a best friend and we talk all the time. These past few months she's tryng to be overly sassy and smart, which hurts me because, what's the need?
When I tell her anything- anything- normal, she massively rolls her eyes. E.g. We met just yerterday, and I said ''let's go on that bus, it's quicker'' because she didn't know which bus to take. She... rolled her eyes? I mean why? That bus IS quicker.

Anyways, we ended up going in that bus and everything was normal. We talked normally, her saying ''duh'' and rolling her eyes at anything normal here and there. (Not obvious, which is the correct time you say ''duh'') E.g. I said ''I don't like how insensitive people are to him'' and she did that again.

Before, she wouldn't do anything. But lately she's overly degrading. I taked about it with her and, guess what! She rolled her eyes.

Irdc that here and there. But it's so SO frequent. She's doing it purposefully at this point
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Is she down on her self-confidence? It makes me do similar things.
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Is she down on her self-confidence? It makes me do similar things.
not that I know of, but I know she has a negative outlook in life, if this is relevant
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I have a best friend and we talk all the time. These past few months she's tryng to be overly sassy and smart, which hurts me because, what's the need?
When I tell her anything- anything- normal, she massively rolls her eyes. E.g. We met just yerterday, and I said ''let's go on that bus, it's quicker'' because she didn't know which bus to take. She... rolled her eyes? I mean why? That bus IS quicker.

Anyways, we ended up going in that bus and everything was normal. We talked normally, her saying ''duh'' and rolling her eyes at anything normal here and there. (Not obvious, which is the correct time you say ''duh'') E.g. I said ''I don't like how insensitive people are to him'' and she did that again.

Before, she wouldn't do anything. But lately she's overly degrading. I taked about it with her and, guess what! She rolled her eyes.

Irdc that here and there. But it's so SO frequent. She's doing it purposefully at this point
is there something going on in her life? I heard someone say that when your'e friends with someone, you hate each other at some point and get annoyed by every thing they do, me and my friends laugh about this because we have been annoyed with one another to some extent but have apologised and made up enough to forgive each other. If it goes on for a while, ask her is everything okay at home and ask her more about herself, she will probably open up more if you focus on her because she can't talk about anything else. If she's actually being mean and isn't sorry drop her.
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is there something going on in her life? I heard someone say that when your'e friends with someone, you hate each other at some point and get annoyed by every thing they do, me and my friends laugh about this because we have been annoyed with one another to some extent but have apologised and made up enough to forgive each other. If it goes on for a while, ask her is everything okay at home and ask her more about herself, she will probably open up more if you focus on her because she can't talk about anything else. If she's actually being mean and isn't sorry drop her.
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