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The smallest things about you annoy the crap out of me.
The way you listen to your music in your headphones so loud that I can understand every word from across the room.
The way you always have to one-up me.
The way you seem to look down on me, as though you're so much better than me.
The way you talk about people behind their backs.
The way you have no tolerance for people when they're having a bad day, yet you expect everyone to be nice to you when you're having a bad day.
The way you expect everyone to notice every small detail about your life, when you pay no attention to anyone else.
The way you think people know what the hell you're talking about, and get all condescending when they don't.
They way you act like such a hyppocrite.
I'm sure you could write a list like this of things about me that annoy you, too. I'm just tired of how hard I have to work to stay on your good side. Friendship shouldn't be such a one-way street.
Fuck it. I've learned--the hard way--that you can't continuously give to someone. Because when don't give you anything, it hurts that much worse. You put so much time and effort, and love, and energy into maintaining something that never should have been in the first place. Yeah, it hurts like a bitch at first when you realize that the person you thought would always be there for you is gone. But eventually you notice how much better your life is without them. It may sound heartless but it's true. You have to look out for yourself. At the very least that's what I learned when me and my "best friend's" relationship went to hell.
I have become almost indifferent to the person. I mean, yes, I wish things were different, but I'm not going to worry about it. We used to be really good friends, but things change. It's not like we can't stand each other, we just have other friends that we have come to value more. And I'm definitely not complaining about that, as my best friend has helped me more than she can ever know, but I still want to be friendly towards the person.