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Everyone in this universe has a friend on whom they can rely on, in times of joy or sorrow, in better words we can call them a true friend or our best friend. A true friend can even be an animal or can be books. It can also be a human, or it can even be God himself. Who is your best friend and why?
Started on 1-Apr-2003 By varalakshmi
My best friend is a girl in my class I can tell her anything- well almost anything. She is my best friend because we have known each other for a long time and we tell each other almost everything.
Hi! cutie pie it is always good or best friends such as yours. But I think that my best friend is my mother. Though she is not my age, there are a lot of benefits of having friends elder to you because they understand your difficulties and you too as they are more experienced than you as they must have undergone such difficulties too
I have a best friend named Sammena! We both share opposite qualities and so there is no problem in getting along like one. e.g. is that I don't speak so much but she goes on and on with her experiences and I like it. The best thing is that our attitudes never clash!
My best friend is Shrishti. She is my best friend because we both fight together and then we patch up with each other. We share our secrets together.We both do everything together. We are best friends
Hi everyone! I call someone my best friend when she/he trusts me as much as I trust them. Best friends can share almost anything without the fear of disclosing their secrets. They are like one mind in two bodies and I'm lucky to have two such friends.
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