18 Signs You're A Little Too Comfortable With Your Best Friends

18 Signs You're A Little Too Comfortable With Your Best Friends

Some people may think you're dating.
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There are friends and then there are best friends. Friends send each other snap chats with flower crowns and puppy faces, while best friends morph their faces into unsightly ogres—the more chins, the better. With that being said, even best friends rank at different levels, the top being the people you are so close with, it might make other people uncomfortable. They're the people who don't just accept your weirdness, they embrace it and then act even weirder. I've come up with some signs that you might be a little too comfortable with your best friends. (Which is a wonderful thing.)

1. You are totally fine sleeping in the same bed

(If we're being honest, you might even choose to regardless of the several other sleeping options)

2. You send them the ugliest selfies you can manage

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3. You describe to them in detail all of your crazy dreams

4. You finish each other’s sandwiches...I mean, sentences

5. You laugh wildly together until you're crying and can't breathe

6. You have *unique* nicknames for each other

7. You try to be as weird as possible whenever you are around them

It can even turn into a competition, a weird-off, if you will

8. You show them your endless collection of embarrassing middle school pictures, braces and all

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9. You say stupid things in front of them 24/7 and couldn't care less

10. You sing horribly off-key with them in public, as if you are living in a musical

11. You have a secret handshake

12. You rock your awkward dancing

13. You are super touchy-feely

So some people may think you're dating

14. You let them see you when you are in your least attractive state

15. You compliment each other constantly (physical attributes included)

16. You screenshot texts to send to them for advice on what to reply

17. You go on late night road trips to blast music and tell each other everything, the silly stuff and the serious stuff because they are your people, and you'd trust them with the world.

18. Finally, you love them more than anything and couldn't possibly live without them

Your best friends are basically your soulmates, so don't let them forget how much they mean to you!

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Dear Mom, From Your Daughter In College

Here are all the things our phone calls aren't long enough to say.
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Dear Mom,

Do you remember when I was three and we would play together? It was the age of princesses and carpet that was actually lava, and you were the prettiest woman in the whole wide world. Do you remember when I was in high school and the world seemed too big and scary? You would know exactly when to take me on a mother-daughter date and have me laughing about anything and everything, and you were the smartest woman in the whole wide world. Now, I'm buried in homework and deadlines hours away from you and we don't get to talk as much you want, but you're still the prettiest, smartest woman in the whole wide world.

I'm sorry that I don't call you as much as I should, and you know a lot of what goes on in my world via posts and pictures. Our schedules just seem to never line up so we can have the three-hour conversations about everything like I want to. I know we don't agree on absolutely everything, but I cherish every piece of advice you give me, even though it probably seems like I'm hardly listening. I know that sometimes we get on each other's nerves, but thank you for putting up with me for all of these years. Thank you for listening to me cry, complain, question things and go on and on about how everything in college is. I know I don't come home as much as I used to, but I think about you all the time. After all, you're my first friend, and therefore, my best friend.

Thank you for celebrating my successes with me, and not downing me too hard for my failures. Thank you for knowing what mistakes I shouldn't make, but letting me make them anyway because you want me to live my life and be my own person. Thank you for knowing when to ask about the boy I've been talking about, and when to stop without any questions. Thank you for letting me be my crazy, weird, sometimes know-it-all self.

Thank you for sitting back and watching me spread my wings and fly. There is no way I could have known how to grow into the woman I am today if I hadn't watched you while I was growing up so I would know what kind of person I should aspire to be. Thank you for being the first (and the best) role model I ever had. You continue to inspire and amaze me every day with all that you do, and all that you are.

I don't know how I got so lucky to have a person in my life like you, but I thank the Lord every night for blessing me with the smartest, prettiest person to be my best friend, my role model, my confidant, my person and most importantly, my mother.

Love,

Your daughter

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My Catholic School Would Never Do What The Covington Catholic #MAGAteens Did

I went to Catholic school since preschool and even with divided political beliefs, I have faith no one would have acted this way.

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I went to Catholic school my whole life. From preschool through high school.

The high school I went to definitely had divided political beliefs, but we embraced it. Instead of having a divide, we came together with clubs supporting voter registration and activism in your party of choice. We had a civics course and government course that required us to volunteer for campaigns.

On the religious side of things, we were required to complete service hours and it encouraged us to make change, learn about different cultures, and become involved. Throughout my time at Catholic school, I never was targetted by my race, political beliefs, or my view on religion.

It was not until I went to college outside of California that I started seeing changes in how people react to diversity. I am proud to have been raised in an environment that would have shut down and owned up to any severe or harmful actions their students would take.

In the era of a racial and political divide, it is important to remember the values that you were taught. Especially, when you involve religion.

The most important lesson I learned from Catholic school is to love your neighbor as yourself.

We are more similar than we are different. Especially in a melting pot like America. Become educated and aware before you target a group of people, who have not harmed you.

We can all learn a lot from the way Nathan Phillips handled the situation and we should all be alarmed about who was targetting him: the youth, the next generation.

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