I mean I know people who are best friends. It's brilliant and I'm a little jealous. I mean I have friends, y'know, good friends, too, close friends, but I don't know if it's just that people in art school are so 'individual' and independent that they don't need or want a 'best friend' kind of relationship, or if it's something that's a little out of fashion. I reckon it would be real fun to have a best friend because then I'd have someone to come with me and do things like I did yesterday and I'd have someone to see movies with and go to parties where I don't know anyone with. And, sometimes, I think people are more powerful in pairs, you know.
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
'Best friends' are so cool. I used to have a best friend when I was in primary school, but ever since then I've never really had a real one. You know, one like who you ring up on the phone whenever you want and talk about nothing, and you both like the same things and they just come over to your house and you just do nothing together and you share clothes and you really just get along really well like sisters and you do everything together. Is having a best friend just something you do when you are little, or is it possible for this kind of intense relationship to exist when one is older?