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08/07/2013 at 16:48
Mine is a someone I've known since I was eleven. He used to climb in my bedroom window. I can honestly say its always been platonic. I've never looked at him that way. I've always got on with his girlfriends. And often stayed friends after they've split up! I've never been a threat to them I think. I get on with his new gf, she is a corker, I've told him not to *** it up!
The twist in the tail is I hadn't seen him for ten years. H hated him and for the sake of my marriage succeeding (ha) I lost contact. But we've always known what each other is up to.
Since I've been home we call and text and see each other like we've never been apart!
In my birthday card yesterday he wrote
B, you don't know how much it means to have you back. You complete me. love you lots x
08/07/2013 at 16:50
Oh love him!
08/07/2013 at 16:59
Hehe that's lovely! I met mine in school when I was 5! She found out I lived in the street that she was about to move in to so came and told me and we shared her KitKat! My parents didn't let me have chocolate so everyday at primary school she would bring two chocolate bars, one each I moved away from her at 15 but we kept in touch. Rarely see each other now but talk and email a lot! When we do get together, it's like we have never been apart.
08/07/2013 at 17:22
i have 2 gbf, both with the same name so it gets confusing. but gbf 1 is my oldest friend. but hes moved to australia
iv been friends with him since i was 14, i was flabberghasted when he came out, he basically lost his dad, went travelling alone for a year, was in oz, came back 4 stone lighter, and gay
anyway i can not speak to him for say 1 month and then just pick up the phone and chat about anything as if id just seen him that morning,
he often emails me or ttexts me about things that i was just about to contact him with.
he no longer drinks so when hes home, we have a catch up in a tea shop and have tea and cakes and then have girly days.
id not spoken to him for ages and on williams birthday last year i got a card and flowers from him from oz and i was amazed he remmbered! i phoned him and said i couldnt beleive he remembered and he got all dramatic and was like 'erm of course i remembered' as if it was the norm
08/07/2013 at 17:24
He sounds fab Beez.
My oldest friend (met aged 3, at Nursery) ditched me when I became pg with C. A girl I knew since year 7 (but never spoke to) and I became friends in sixth form, 2 years before having C, and was the only one who stood by me. She is amazing, and I love her loads.
We rarely see each other, even though she lives close by (I can see her house from my bedroom window) as she is always working, but we message each other a lot.
08/07/2013 at 19:35
Mine I met when she moved into my street when we were both 3yrs, we went to the same primary and secondary schools and still hang out together, we were out together on Saturday. Another one is who I met in Reception when we were 4yrs, we don't see each other often but we keep in touch by text and see each other every few months.
08/07/2013 at 19:45
Three girsl I made friends with at secondary school when I was 13. I can remember my step-dad telling me not to waste my time on them I was wouldn't know them once I'd left uni. Yet I don't know where he is now but still have regularly contact with them. Ex was trying to gradually stop me seeing them and made it difficult for me to visit them but they've outlasted him as well.
08/07/2013 at 20:43
I have one I have known since 2/3, then several I have known since 5 we see each other when we can
08/07/2013 at 21:03
I am still friends with a girl I went to both primary and secondary school with so have known her since I was 4. Our daughters are 6 months apart in age and ended up at the same private nursery one day a week so are now friends too.
08/07/2013 at 21:26
Mine I've known since we were 3 when we lived over the road. We weren't that good friends until our teens. I moved school for sixth form to join her. She moved up north for uni and stayed up there. We won't speak for ages but as soon as I see her it's like we've never been apart. The other I've known since I was about 9. We kept our horses together, I worked for her mum for a while too. She lives a way away now but we h e a great time when we see each other and I've just asked her to be godmother to S
09/07/2013 at 08:43
My oldest friend and I went to preschool, primary and secondary together so since age 3, next oldest we went to primary and secondary so age 5 and the next met my oldest friend on holiday when they were 10, she stayed in our town so started hanging around with us and we became really close when we were 14.
Together the 4 of us have been through 5 marriages, 2 divorces, 3 uni graduations, 9 pregnancies, 1 m/c, 6 grandparents dying and lots of other life highs and lows.
Don't know what I'd do without them.
09/07/2013 at 12:04
Jen. I have known her since I started school so 26 years now. My mum used to child mind and she was at my house all the time. I love her like a sister.
09/07/2013 at 12:59
Mine I went to primary school with, her Mum was my nursery teacher for a while.
Her Dad was in the army so they moved away when we were about 6. I was devastated.
Imagine my surprise when a familiar face walked into my classroom when I was in middle school. She was back! We were inseparable again. We've known each other 28 years. Not bad when you are 32!
She's Matilda's godmother :)
09/07/2013 at 14:37
My oldest friend I met in Primary School at age 5. We are still in regular contact and have children similar ages, she lives over an hour away but we do make the effort to meet up every couple of months or so. I wouldn't say she's my 'best' friend though.
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