7 Times New Girl Relates To Our Ordinary Lives
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7 Times New Girl Relates To Our Ordinary Lives

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7 Times New Girl Relates To Our Ordinary Lives
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1. When we try to convince our friends that we're over an ex-lover when we really aren't.

2. We've all done awkward things during awkward moments.

3. We all have that one friend who is positive about everything even though their life is falling apart at the seams.

4. There are times where we gotta give ourselves some personal pep talks.

5. To all women: we can completely relate.

6. The single life can be enjoyable, too.

7. We all have that one good friend of the opposite sex who we can always count on.







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