The Top 10 Female Commandments

The Top 10 Female Commandments

Girl Code is very important.

Girl Code. This is a very important concept in my opinion. Not to sound all cliché and what not but I do think that girls need to stick together. It's a crazy world out there and honestly the world doesn't need more unnecessary, petty, backstabbing female drama. Let's be real here for a second, girls are mean and not mean in the way that guys can be. When we have a problem with someone we talk and talk and talk and talk about it to everyone. I'm guilty of it and you're guilty of it. It's okay everyone does it. Girls are very sneaky and we do this whole "I'm going to be nice to your face but call you b*tch behind your back" thing. I think that girls need to stop competing with other girls for once and realize that we are all on the same team here. Now I'm not going to write this article and pretend that I haven't talked about someone behind their back or have been mean to someone because that's not true. However in all honesty I really regret letting other girls get to me. The girl drama needs to end because 1. it's annoying 2. it's unnecessary and 3. we gotta stick together ladies. The following are, in my opinion, the 10 most sacred commandments that girls should follow in order to maintain this whole "girl code" mentality.

1. Do not call other girls nasty nasty names (b*tch, slut, whore, etc).

Honestly I don't like being called those things and I bet that you don't like to be called those things either. So just don't do it.

2. Do not judge another girl based on her appearance.

So what if that girl is wearing a very revealing crop top? It's not our place to say whether or not she looks ugly. If she feels good in it then respect and applaud her for being confident in herself.

3. Do not steal another girl's man.

Doesn't matter if it's an ex he's off limits. Ladies this is just not acceptable and frankly it's very RUDE.

3.5. However, it is not necessarily always the girl's fault in those situations. Do not always place the blame it on her because maybe she didn't know.

4. Always carry extra tampons because mother nature has a mind of her own.

This not only benefits you but it also helps a girl out if they find themselves approaching red tides and they are unprepared.

5. Always stick up for your other girl friends.

Have each other's backs. I feel like this is obvious but I remember a few instances in high school where some of my girl friends didn't have my back and I really wish they that did.

6. Always keep in contact with you're not so sober friends and put them to bed if you have to.

They'll yell at you in the moment but they'll definitely thank you later.

7. Interrogate any new lover of one of your friends.

You gotta make sure he's got good intentions otherwise you need to let your friend know that he is no bueno before it's too late.

8. Rescue any girl who is being hit on by a creep and looks extremely uncomfortable with the situation.

They'll always thank you for that one.

9. Always listen to your girl friends when they need to vent.

Just sit there while they have a massive freak out because to them it's very helpful and therapeutic.

10. Chicks before d*cks.

Always and forever.

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Shoutout To My Parents For Giving Me My Best Friend In The Form Of A Younger Brother

He's not as bad as I first anticipated.


This is a story about my best friend.

I was lucky enough to have a built-in bestie from the day he came home with my parents and I immediately questioned who they stole the "creature" from.

My brother's name is Andrew and he and I have always had a catty but close relationship, which has developed into something I wouldn't trade for the world.

When we were younger we were the most jocular kids you could find and spent our days running around with our school friends shooting each other with nerf guns, hiding in every corner to leap out and give the other a heart attack.

We would hang out for hours until someone antagonized the other (Andrew was always the trouble maker) and yelled for our mom to intervene, or took out our ager by practicing our yellow belt karate skills on each other until our fake punches got to be too much and we would die laughing.

I never realized how special my relationship with my brother was until I heard how my friends talked out their siblings. My friends would endlessly complain about how much they hated their brother or sister and wished they were never born; and me, being who I am, would be shocked that they used the h-word, and tell them that they must still love them which they would relentlessly deny.

Seeing these failing relationships taught me to cherish what my brother and I have, and that is honestly the most important responsibility, and gift, I could've ever been given.

Looking back, the best childhood memories I have include him, and I wouldn't have it any other way. From founding the science club (his closet that we would do experiments in, and give our friends golf balls with their name on it as a key), to sledding down a three-foot hill in our neighbor's backyard for hours, to surfing and boogie boarding until we turned to prunes, to the endless games of HORSE we played (I don't understand how I'm still terrible at basketball), he's been with me.

Since then, our relationship has blossomed into much more than snow wrestling and movie binging; now as an adult, coming home from college is the most stress relieving and exciting time, because I know I get to hang out with my brother and talk about the most obscure things until he makes me get out of his room (because teenage angst, you know!!).

Thankfully, the required familial love has turned into a never-ending love for my best friend and little brother, and I can't wait to keep growing up side by side and to see what the world has in store for us.

ANDDDD HE'S 17 (as of the 15th)

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