Is Your Friend a Serial Killer? 18 Red Flags to Watch For
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18 Signs Your Friend Might Be A Serial Killer

Sometimes there's just something a

Serial Killer Friend

Beware. If any of the following are true for those you're close with, you may want to rethink the friendship. These could actually be signs of a potential serial killer.

1. They prefer the ends of the bread for PB&J sandwiches.

2. They have the read receipts on.

3. They don't put dressing on salad.

4. They actually stop for three seconds at stop signs.

Stop Sign Three Seconds

5. They pour the milk before the cereal.

Milk Before

6. They don't wet the toothbrush before applying the toothpaste.

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7. They wear socks to bed.

8. They eat pizza with a fork and knife (even when it's not burning hot).

Pizza with a

9. They have never cracked a phone screen.

Craked Phone

10. They actually finish chapstick tubes.

11. They only eat the brown bagel chips out of the Chex Mix.

Chex Mix

12. They don't like the red Sour Patch Kids.


13. They use headphones to listen to music in the car.

Headphones in the

14. They always wants to be the iron game piece when playing Monopoly.


I mean come on.

15. They still play Farmville.

16. Their family always gave out pretzels on Halloween.

Pretzels for

17. They often leave you voicemails and are younger than 30.

18. They don't peel the cheese while eating string cheese.

Peel String

If you checked off more than five of these be careful because your friend is probably a serial killer.

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