“See You Tomorrow”

August 5, 2010

The more time you spend with someone, the more comfortable you get with them. When you see someone on a daily basis, you achieve this comfort.

Being this secure with a friend can cost you the exciting aspect of your relationship. The comfort can wipe away all surface connections, the fun crazy times that make the friendship worth while.

Luckily, I have the comfort along with the surface relationship. When I need a shoulder to cry on, they are there. When I want to wreck havoc in public, I go to them. They are a package deal, everything I could ask for embodied in only a few people.

Chemistry exists among us, each person a key ingredient to the fully functioning and amazing friendships.

Comfort doesn’t cost anything with us. It’s come with experiences shared, and those experiences will continue to bring us closer and keep us just as socially deranged as we’ve always been.

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2 Responses to ““See You Tomorrow””

  1. JESUS said

    Innapropriate.

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