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The Differences Between Having A Best Friend At 5, 15, And 25

Your mum doesn't organise your playdates anymore.

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At 25: The hardest part about making a new friend is dragging yourself off the sofa after work to go out for a drink with them.


So making a new friend is nearly impossible unless you work with them or they live within crawling distance of your house.

At 15: You don't talk for days and it feels like your world has ended.


Many passionate phone calls to other friends are made, you will probably write melodramatic diary entries, and then cry listening to emo music.

At 15: You’d talk about sex, or what you imagine sex was like.


Your parents were probably away that weekend, so you might drink some of their gin then top it up with water so they won't notice.