Types of friends
With time and growing trust, some people get really close to each other. This is when we start calling that person a “True Friend”. Our friends become so close to us, that we consider them as part of our family. Friends stand up for each other in times of need; for example, when a family member dies, they provide full support in our daily lives and help us in many other ways. However, not every friend is the same type. There are three different kinds of friends in this life. I classify them according to how well I know them and how well they know me. We encounter each of them every day, whether in school, home, or at the gym. However, we rarely spend much time actually thinking about and classifying these people. First, there are the "pest friends"- general acquaintances. Next, there are "guest friends"- social partners. Lastly, we have "best friends"- our true friends. The first type of friend and maybe the most common is the acquaintance one. Acquaintance person is the one with who you have been in contact, but is not a close friend. To be more specific this means that you only know their name. We might not even remember what they look like if you go away for a short vacation. Usually, we meet these types of friends in school, at work, on the bus, in the gym, or anywhere else, you might be. We normally would not mind having a cup of coffee with them, but if anything else came up, we usually would have no problem parting company. We normally do not miss them when they are elsewhere. It is also this type of friends who give us the most amount of aggravation. Since most of the time we are placed in a position where we have to act friendly, such as school or work, you would not normally tell an acquaintance when he or she is doing something aggravating, such as tapping the fingers at a table or chewing gum loudly. This is why I call them "pest friends." In other hand, we have the “Close friends” category or the “Social partners”. This...
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