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Does your Best Friend act different around other people?
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Posted 11/29/11 , edited 1/9/12
Does your best friend act different when other people come around? Do you have a friend you know for a long time and know how he/she really is and then acts different when other group of people come by? How you feel about it? Dose it bother you? Dose your best friend try to hard to impress or show off when his/her other friends hangout with him/her?
Posted 11/29/11
Actually, I don't have best friends, but I do have friends. They all seem the same to me when they are around others, unless I was just too oblivious to actually pay much attention.
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Posted 11/29/11
Don't have a best friend. And all my friends act the same depending on the type of people. They won't act the same with their parents as they would with co-workers or other friends.
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Posted 11/29/11
Meh, I suppose I have a best friend. He keeps to himself around strangers, acts like his usual crazy ass self with our group of friends, and when we're the only ones there he acts half crazy and hyper, but half mature. The mature part is because, like me, he hates everyone and is always in a bad mood.
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Posted 11/29/11

wwe wrote:

Does your best friend act different when other people come around? Do you have a friend you know for a long time and know how he/she really is and then acts different when other group of people come by? How you feel about it? Dose it bother you? Dose your best friend try to hard to impress or show off when his/her other friends hangout with him/her?


Your best friend is just KEWL. B[ Leave her be.
Posted 11/29/11
Towards me? He didn't.
Posted 11/29/11
I don't call them friends yet, they're acquaintances, but yeah sometimes a few of them come around only when they need something. Not entirely sure if they have a different persona around other people.
Posted 11/29/11
I don't have a best friend, I just have friends. I do have a friend that lies more when he is around others. He likes playing with people minds.
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Posted 11/29/11
no, she acts clumsy and silly as always :D
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yeah my best friend hangs out with these guys and they always wear skimpy clothes and they talk almost like if their gay.....DAMN IT JIM!!! you said i had a snake in my pants and it's home is your mouth

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29 / M / the land of wincest
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Posted 11/29/11
yup, but he acts different around all sorts of people. like at work when he's around Mexicans he'll kinda fall into their manner of speech. or if he's talking to black guys he starts talking like them. its kinda funny to watch.
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Posted 11/30/11
my friend around our group (all girls) acts like her normal, dirty-minded, crazy, screamy self, but around boys? she goes all polite, and gigglely. what's with that? be yourself i say! but it seems to work for her, so whatever.
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26 / M / Pandemonium
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Posted 11/30/11
Only in the sense that they follow social protocol. Which I do as well.
If you don't, you become a social outcast. Which sucks.
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23 / M / -Melbourner AU
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Posted 11/30/11
Even I act differently around other people depending on who they are.
Quiet at home, outspoken outside, open with friends, and even more confident with strangers
Posted 11/30/11
My best friend is really just a bipolar mooch like any other kid that has ever gone to my old high school who I have met and when were around other people he acts a lot more pissy.
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