I’ll probably be drunk again myself tomorrow, and poised to do something equally as foolish. me.” This is usually code for wanting someone who fits a conventional and unimaginative definition of success—he’s a lawyer, she’s a doctor, he went to such and such Ivy league school; or, someone who can have a 3-hour debate about whether or not it’s politically correct to say a party was “crazy” (lest it minimize mental illness).
In my experience, these qualities should be red flags, rather than beacons.
There is no limit to stupid stuff you’ll do when you’re dating, and did you ever notice how the only sane people you meet are already taken?
25) When a friend calls you up complaining about how she is drunk and can't go home you must allow her to stay at your house, without letting your parentals (if you live with them) find out.
26) When out with the ladies, if Girl #1 points out a guy that she is interested in, Girl #2 should avoid making a bee-line over to him to get his number for herself. 27) When said evening is described as a "Girls’ Night Out" that means it is for GIRLS ONLY. " girl If your friend is telling a story, stop stealing her thunder – and her story – by constantly trying to one-up her. My flat iron broke in the middle of straightening, I dropped my brand new bottle of Burberry Touch on the bathroom floor, I missed the bus by two seconds and was late for school, my teacher yelled at me for something Sally did, and I got into a fight with Jason over whose family we’re spending Thanksgiving with. The same thing happened to me today, only I stepped in gum on the subway platform too.
Ex: ' I think your other jeans are nice', ' You should wear less eyeliner, you have great eyes'.
24) When a friend is drunk, never allow her to dial, drive or leave with a random guy.
So, I’m clearly a deeply flawed person; and I don’t know what I’m doing any better than the next self-centered member of industrial society.
But, I am in a relationship, so that automatically makes me more clear-headed than you.
11) No girl shall purchase a distinctive item of clothing which she is aware her friend owns without express permission from the friend.
12) No girl shall borrow an item of clothing without asking the clothing owner's permission, unless both parties have made an official decision to waive this rule in the context of their friendship. If a friend borrows an item of clothing and destroys it, said friend must re-pay it.
Consider it payback for all those tree houses and snow forts we couldn’t enter as children. And when I went to scrape it off, I tripped and ripped my stockings and it reminded me of the time I was at my ex-boyfriend’s place for Christmas...