To My Best Guy Friend, Thank You For Doing These 9 Things For Me
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To My Best Guy Friend, Thank You For Doing These 9 Things For Me

I don't know how I survived without you.

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To My Best Guy Friend, Thank You For Doing These 9 Things For Me
Maddie Rogers

We always tell our girlfriends how thankful we are for them, but I think sometimes we let our guy friends fly under the radar when in reality, we really wouldn't be able to handle our girlfriends without y'all either.

1. You never put us second even though all of the girls think you're cute. 

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You make sure to swerve them when we give you *that* look.

2. You never guys who aren't cute enough for us get close to talking to us. 

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You make sure we don't ever stoop that low because you know what our standards are.

3. You know exactly what to say to cheer us up. 

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You always know how to get us to bounce back.

4. You're always down to pig out with us without judgment. 

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Sometimes I just want a cookout tray with a burger, a corn dog and chicken nuggets and a milkshake, okay?

5. You're the best wingman.

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Well, sometimes.

6. You can pretend to be our boyfriend in any situation. 

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It's saved my life on multiple occasions.

7. You have pretty hot friends. 

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Sorry not sorry, they're cute.

8. You never hold back. 

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Like ever.

9. You're there no matter what and petty drama doesn't keep you away. 

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Unlike girl friends, y'all couldn't care less about what Jessica said to Brittany last week.

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