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Friends confession

Is there something about a friend that really bugs you, but you could never say (or you suspect mey be a bit unreasonable)?
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Anonymous

June 16 2005, 11:42:10 UTC 12 years ago

I have a friend who is quite intelligent and cute and not a bad person at all. She just sometimes talks like she's 14 and it really bugs me.

Anonymous

June 16 2005, 11:44:55 UTC 12 years ago

I have a friend who everyone worships and sucks up to. shes nice and everythng, but i think she would benefit from not being surrounded constantly by 'yes men'.

Anonymous

June 16 2005, 14:11:43 UTC 12 years ago

I have a friend who insults her friends for qualities she shares but never sees any of her own faults.

Anonymous

June 16 2005, 15:17:35 UTC 12 years ago

i have a friend who never stops bitching and complaining and it would be nice if she could find some more joy out of life. and it bugs me big-time when another friend pretends to listen to me but isn't.

Anonymous

June 16 2005, 17:27:01 UTC 12 years ago

I...meh. Some of my friends seem to be overly pretentious at times; others act extremely different in small groups and big. Now, I wouldn't mind this if it didn't involve people being conniving and mean-spirited, but, uh, it does.

Anonymous

June 16 2005, 23:58:21 UTC 12 years ago

I have a friend with the personality of cardboard. She has no soul because she could not possibly be human. Humans have emotions and opinions. Whereas this girl is always responding, "Yeah... um..." then babbling on about how much money her parents have.

Oh! And there's another friend who is soOoOo oMG IN LUV!!! with her boyfriend. Yeah, this one's just a fucking retard. I wish she'd grow out of the 12-year old puppy lurve thing. We're in college. Who still does that? She was quite the slut before this current guy, too. Another crappy quality.

Anonymous

June 17 2005, 00:37:36 UTC 12 years ago

I have a dear friend I really don't know what to do with. Every few months, she gets a new "what I want to do with my life" idea. Drawing a webcomic. Going to dance school in another city. Joining the Peace Corps. Applying to go to college. Being a puppeteer. None of these "passions" ever last more than half a year, although at the time, she's convinced that she's "finally found her calling." Just recently, she's seriously asked me to invest a lot of money in a new store she wants to open up.

I want to be supportive of her, I really do, but how can I tell her that there's no fucking way I'd ever give her a cent of my money because I know that in less than four months, she'll be on to the next shiny thing and I'll likely never see my money ever again?

I love her dearly, but some days I seriously want to nail her feet to the floor and make her stick with something she starts.

Anonymous

June 17 2005, 00:40:41 UTC 12 years ago

I have a friend that never, and I mean never to the point that it's funny, calls me back when he says he will. This is why he's only my friend, and will never be more. He also complains about how he doesn't have any friends... maybe he would if he'd just call them back.

Anonymous

June 17 2005, 16:16:00 UTC 12 years ago

I have a friend who is absolutely horrible with money-managing, and her life is a series of minor-to-major crises because of her lack of money. When we were in college, I thought it was because she was young and impulsive (as was I!); later, she had me convinced it was her husband who mismanaged their money (and I am certain he had a hand in it). She has been divorced from him for two years and is with another man, and she still can't seem to get ahead. Her current man used to be pretty well-off. I'm wondering if she has gone through his savings, or what! She has asked me for money only a few times, always a loan . . . never repaid. Thank God she hasn't asked lately, because I would have to say NO.

Anonymous

June 17 2005, 16:28:28 UTC 12 years ago

I have a friend who is a hypochondriac. She's always at the doctor or the pharmacy, always consulting her prescription pill book or home remedies book or something. And she has symptoms of every disease known to man. God forbid anyone around her has a medical complaint, because no one is allowed to discuss medical concerns but her. She always has to be the SICKEST.

If I were to call her and mention, "Gosh, my big toe hurts," she wouldn't ask what kind of hurt I meant, did I stub it, etc. She would immediately go into a long, detailed list of her current ailments.

She is so self-absorbed that, although we have been friends for 11 years and have celebrated all sorts of birthdays and other holidays together (we've even gone on vacation together), she still cannot remember my birthday. It's 6 months to the day from hers, and it's exactly one week from her daughter's, and that has been pointed out to her several times, yet she couldn't name it to save her life! I'm not the best with dates in general, but goodness! It's not like I expect a gift or even a phone call, but when birthdays are mentioned, she acts as though my birthdate is new information to her!

She tells the same stories over and over; I could tell the great stories of her life word-perfectly! I don't even bother telling her stories from my life anymore, because she doesn't listen, anyway.

Her husband and my husband are best friends; otherwise I would weed her out of my life!

Anonymous

June 17 2005, 16:30:39 UTC 12 years ago

I have a friend at work who complains about everything! Then she wonders why no one wants to be around her. She's really a nice person, but she's so negative that it's hard to enjoy her company.

Anonymous

June 18 2005, 18:56:43 UTC 12 years ago

My closest friend in the world is suddenly really bugging me. She has a great family, a boyfriend who loves her, everything anyone could want, really, but she still complains. She's become increasingly "emo" and cuts herself even though she has nothing to be sad about and she doesn't even have depression, or anything real to blame it on. She also lies all the time. I know her too well to just accept that she's telling the truth, and she continues to deny it. She pretends she has nervous disorders, she makes up friends and creates compicated scenarios surrounding them, she says she's done things that she really hasn't. It drives me crazy, and I've started to hate spending time with her, but if I just abandon her she'll just get worse--I'm really worried about her hurting or even killing herself. It's a pretty bad situation.

Anonymous

June 29 2005, 10:11:13 UTC 11 years ago

For the past month or so, when me and my best buddy are togather, he has started taking a leak so that I can see his dick, this is annoying, I have no interest in him that way, I hope he's not wanting to get something started from me.

Anonymous

July 16 2005, 04:59:57 UTC 11 years ago

I have a best friend who is rather homophobic, and I believe I may swing both ways.

Anonymous

July 23 2005, 17:21:44 UTC 11 years ago

One of my girlfriends is a nosepicker. She does it at the most random times and doesn't seem to notice the grossed out looks everyone gives her. Eww.

Anonymous

July 24 2005, 21:30:32 UTC 11 years ago

I have a friend that never knows when to shut up. She talks endlessly and can't take the hint that no one is interested in her endless woes. She also copies a lot of things I do. She dresses like me, tries to talk like me, its so annoying I dont know what to do.

Anonymous

September 24 2005, 22:23:53 UTC 11 years ago

There is nothing quite so annoying as a freind that can talk only of themself

Anonymous

August 1 2005, 21:55:55 UTC 11 years ago

I have a friend who's an uber-feminist and tries to twist any topic of conversation and make it about how men suck.
And then she laments the fact that everyone thinks she's a dyke and she's in her 30's and still single and can't get a date and hasn't fucked a guy since high school.
Gee, I wonder why.

Anonymous

August 2 2005, 17:38:08 UTC 11 years ago

I have one friend who constantly bugs the crap out of me. She's not that smart, and she always copies everyone else. She's nosy as heck, and she also lies about everything.

Anonymous

August 3 2005, 02:11:05 UTC 11 years ago

my best friend is on welfare but just bought a new car. working part time i make more than her husband and drive a 2002. my husband drives a 1996 piece of shit and she drives a 2005 model vehicle. wtf?

Anonymous

August 7 2005, 10:39:59 UTC 11 years ago

I have a friend that knows I'm gay, but can't say one decent word about gays when he's around a group of people, even when I'm preasnt, but when him and his wife are fighting he comes to me for some action.

Anonymous

August 8 2005, 05:47:05 UTC 11 years ago

I have a friend who is a total loser with no drive or initaive in her life whatsoever. And it drives me insane. But the worst part is, she thinks she's on this path to greatness. She's always talking about going to college, even though she's been out of school for about a year because she got kicked out of her first college. She's under the impression that, because I'm starting over at a new school, she is too. At the SAME SCHOOL. Not to mention that she has no money to pay for this, and she's so damn stupid that there's no way she'll get any kind of scholarship, even if they did let her in, which I doubt. This same friend never listens to me when I tell her I need to get off the phone. I'm going to make her start paying for my minutes.

I have another friend who is an all-around awesome guy, but every time you ask him what he's going to do that particular day, he launches into a detalied, play-by-play explaination. Like, "I'm going to get out of bed, pee, shower, go to music theory class, eat, blahblahblahblah, etc. etc. etc., then I'll probably go to sleep." URGGGHH all I want to know is if you're busy or not!!

And I have yet another friend who doesn't share. That really bothers me.

Anonymous

August 15 2005, 02:35:43 UTC 11 years ago

my best friend let me get raped even though I begged for her to help me.

it could have easily been avoided.

Anonymous

September 5 2005, 10:37:15 UTC 11 years ago

I let my buddy have sex with me any time he wants to, he uses a condom so I'm ok with that, but some times the asshole pokes a hole in them and I end up with his cum inside me. It buggs the hell out of me when he does that, and he knows it.

Anonymous

September 8 2005, 08:47:21 UTC 11 years ago

Hes no buddy if he does that - I would wonder what his reasons are for soing that. What is it that hes got that he wants to *share* with you...

Take care of your self

Anonymous

11 years ago

Anonymous

September 8 2005, 08:44:15 UTC 11 years ago

I have a friend who uses the information she has on you to trade as gossip to new friends to whom she sucks up to and slags *you* off behind your back. Inveritably they suss her and/or because they have become tired of her. I still have her as a friend, mostly because of old history, but I do not confide in her at all now

Anonymous

September 24 2005, 22:28:03 UTC 11 years ago

Whenever my friend has a problem she takes it out on everyone around her, and she always exaggerates everything to ry to get everyone's pity and attention but ignores other people's problems, acting self-righteous and blasé when asked for advice or when people try to talk to her

Anonymous

October 14 2005, 01:12:32 UTC 11 years ago

My roomate and I are really good friends, before we even went to school together. She is cheating on her girlfriend now. This is the second time. Me and her gf are friends and I hate seeing how my friend treats her. I really hate when she (my friend) comes and tells me about it, so much so I told her not to mention it to me again. She has brought it up on several occasions and it does piss me off. I am tired and frustrated of knowing this. Her gf has helped me through a tough times and I hate knowing that she has a cheating girlfriend.

I want to tell her (the gf).

Anonymous

October 14 2005, 08:42:27 UTC 11 years ago

Follow up: I told her tonight. funny how things turn out. Haven't had any interaction with my friend/roomate yet, so we'll see how tomorrow goes.
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