The 10 BFF Commandments
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The 10 BFF Commandments

Thou shall never let you cry without ice cream and "The Notebook."

The 10 BFF Commandments

Everyone has that one person, or if you’re one of the lucky ones, a few people in your life to call your BFF(s). The role of a BFF is not an easy one to handle. As a BFF, you are responsible for the life of another human being. OK, maybe it isn't that extreme, but it's pretty darn close.

Sometimes, it's easy to forget the BFF code, so here is a list of 10 rules to follow. I call them "The Ten BFF Commandments:"

1. Thou shall have no other BFF’s before me.

It's called BFF for a reason. I'm the best, duh.

2. Thou shall not go more than three days without talking to BFF.

Because how are you supposed to know everything about your BFF if you don't talk to them?

3. Thou shall not talk to your BFF’s enemies.

My enemies are your enemies. Your enemies are my enemies.

4. Remember the birthdays; keep them rowdy.

Text at midnight or you're not BFFs. 21 years? 21 shots.

5. Honor your friendship and sisterhood/brotherhood.

You're the Robin to my Batman. Honor the sacred bond.

6. Thou shall not murder without telling your BFF.

Or any major life decision for that matter. BFF knows best, or at least they think they do.

7. Thou shall never let your BFF cry without ice cream and "The Notebook."

Because ice cream, "The Notebook" and your BFF calling your ex a pig-headed sh*t b*tch is all anyone really needs.

8.Thou shall not steal BFF’s boyfriends or girlfriends.

Don't make me go all crazy girlfriend.

9. Thou shall not bear false feelings against your BFF.

Keeping secrets from your best friend? I think not.

10. Thou shalt not covet a new BFF.

You're mine. I am awesome. We are awesome. Don't screw that up by adding another potential BFF to the equation.

P.S. Roses are red, Violets are blue, Vic's my best friend, She can't be yours too. *Are you happy now Victoria???*

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