AP Language and Composition
21 November 2014
A True Friend Sees the First Tear... Catches the Second... and Stops the Third Friends come and go throughout our lives, but the ones who stay matter the most. What is more important than having a long lasting friendship is having a friend that will be there when we are going through a rough time. Friendship means different things to different people. A friend is someone who attaches to another by affection or esteem. A friend is a person who makes their compatriot tend to feel more relaxed, equal, and openminded. Between friends, there is some sort of bond furred by positive feelings and history. All of the different variety groups of friends are important to have, and all have their own special meaning. Best friends make up the first category. “Best friend” is a coveted title that means a person has made it to the top of the social ladder. This small pod of otters knows virtually every secret and aspect about the lives we live. We know the same about their family as well. Aside from how I tie to these people, the most defining aspect of these friendship is that we can call them up when the most amazing things happens, and when the most horrific incidents happened. For example, my english teacher Mr. Dvorak mentioned that he and his group of friends do not need to send lengthy emails or talk for a long amount of time when they decide to do something productive outside like hiking, or jogging. Mr. Dvorak's example, shows that even your closest friends do not need communication every day. Best friends are here to support and help balance
things out. Best friends are the type of people that never forget about birthdays or other important events in ...
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