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Dear Dish-It, She Dissed My Outfit

Dear Dish-It, is here to whisper "ttyl after I've thought about this some more".

Dear Dish-It,

She probably thinks she's better than me. When I wore this totally cute outfit, my best friend said (and I quote!) "Say goodbye to your dignity!"
grovie Girl

Dear grovie Girl,

One day, I was sporting this really cool outfit at school. It wasn't your average jean skirt and polo shirt combo - it was original and stylin' and I felt on top of my fashion game. So, this girl in my class decides to announce to the whole school how bad I look. It was a little embarrassing, but mostly it just hurt, cuz I thought we were friends. Well, would you believe that later that year the same girl apologized for being such a jerk and told me how glad she was that I was her friend? It's true. Sometimes girls can be really nasty - it's usually not because they dislike you, but more likely because they are a bit jealous. And for some reason, the only way they can express that jealousy is by being cruel. If I were you, I would keep doing what you're doing and just let your friends nasty comments roll off your back. If she continues to be so mean, you might want to re-evaluate your friendship with her. Good Luck!

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