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BFF Wear: Coordinate with your Best Friend

Great ways to coordinate outfits with your besties! Back to Article

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rioriome
rioriome wrote:
2012-08-30 04:09:03 -0700

nice clothes but i dont get it

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Sage_kittycat
Sage_kittycat wrote:
2012-08-29 18:58:11 -0700

this is so stupid ~ aru. -_-

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PixieTulip!
PixieTulip! wrote:
2012-08-29 11:40:35 -0700

It's so cool , but i don't think so if my bff are that co-ordinative !

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Have You Ever Crushed On Your BFF?

  • Yeah! Now, we're dating.
  • Yes, but I've never told them.
  • No way! I don't want to be more than friends with my BFF.
  • Not so far - but I guess anything's possible.

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Sana11
Sana11 posted in Friends:
Hang out and have fun with your girl-friends and forgot about your crush :3 Eat icecream it might help you too
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Kiken
Kiken posted in Friends:
It's not worth losing your parents trust over. I'd wait. 
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american_brit
american_brit posted in Friends:
"DJwwjd" wrote:Well, in my opinion (depending on your age) dating is pointless until it'll actually make a difference in your life! but your parents know best, just try to see the bright side in what they're saying. Yep ^-^ Anyway, the best thing to do would be to wait. Know that if does like you, he'll respect that. Sneaking around your parents won't help. If you can't be honest with a relationship, it's likely not a good one. Patience. You'll learn that it's worth it (:
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american_brit
american_brit posted in Friends:
"KizetteIsHeart" wrote:My best friend asked to come with them since I was part of the group, to have a practice. Then I said no and explained why and then she acted weird around me. Why can't she understand?  I honestly, can't say. I'm going to need a bit more information in order to give an answer  -that's not solely based on guessing. Thanks!
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american_brit
american_brit posted in Friends:
Hmm... it looks like what I wanted to "say" has been covered. They're right. The best thing to do would to be to talk to them -and then have them talk to each other.
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