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By Ric Beardsworth
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Even when she called me at 7am on a Saturday, I picked up. 51 You Must Be My Best Friend . . Luckily, after a month, she met someone else and started to put herself back together. We still talked lots – the experience had brought us closer and she said she was really grateful for everything I’d done. Whenever the group of us went out, she and I would end up chatting and it was nice having a girlie ally in the group – particularly when the boys decided drinking games were a good idea and we weren’t in the mood, because we could back each other up.
Something that you see as slightly near the knuckle could be really hurtful to someone else. And it should go without saying that you should never make cruel jokes at a friend’s expense – at least, not if you want to keep them. Elizabeth’s story: Our joke backfired Everyone in our group of mates used to joke about Kelly and another friend, Miles. They were both attached but they flirted with each other loads, so the running gag in the group was that they had something going on. We all knew they’d never really cheat on their partners – it was just one of those silly things that we’d banter about.
Now, any time she suggests meeting up outside the club, I find myself making excuses. She’s a really nice person but 20 Friendship: The Basics I don’t want to invest any more time in developing the friendship as it’s clear that, partying aside, there’s nothing going on. Useful friends Though this category can overlap with others, and is less common than the others, some people – particularly those who are very career-minded – have friends who are more for what they can provide than because of any particular emotional connection.
Derrida and the Political by Ric Beardsworth