The Break Up

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In the course of human events, it becomes necessary for people to dissolve a broken friendship, which they have had for a long time and to go their separate ways to new friendships with people that have common interests as them and treat friends with humility and respect, which is what God wanted when he put people on the Earth.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all friendship should be fair with both parties treating each other compassionately and as equals. All men and women deserve to have a friend who does not make fun of them, does not spread rumors about them, and does not let you down in your time of need. Also we believe that friendship should last as long as both people like each other. When the friendship... View More »

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