Things You’ll Only Understand If You’re A Girl With A Guy Best Friend.
Having to have this instant chill creature as your best friend for life is frankly, the best thing that could happen to you! But then, we cannot overlook the fact that everything has its own pros’ and cons’. Yes! We know, you’re already relating to each statement claimed but let’s take a deeper look at this...
Here are 5 things you’ll definitely relate to if you’re the boss-lady who owns up an awesome bond with your ‘Boy-Best-Friend':
1. Misjudged for being in a relationship
So, basically, every small action of your BFF shall be perceived as a romantically glorified activity, while only the two of you know that nothing about your relationship is romantic. He gives you his jacket to wear when it’s cold because he’s a gentleman not because he wants to date you. Above all this, the comments people share, spreading gossip that you two ‘are just too shy to confess your feelings’ Please people, it’s the 21st Century, guys and girls can be just friends.
People will always assume you’re dating. They will ask you repeatedly. Gush about you. Demand that you give them a chance (because it’s obvious you’re meant to be) and tell you that you should totally date.
2. Hard to find a boyfriend
Now since you’re so comfortable in your space and company... there’ll hardly be any time when you would feel the need of a boyfriend. And even if you’d do, no guy could ever see through your- ‘available for a romantic upgrade’ offer!
So, well yeah! That'd be the case scenario.
3. Padosi aunty ke taane
Who'd be the happiest if you’ll find yourself a guy best friend? You? NO. Your BFF? NO. ee
Aunty? Of course!
Haah. Believe it or not, you’ll be sending out a sufficient amount of content to you ‘Padosi Aunty’ to which she can single handly add spice and twists as per her gossip convenience.
So, VOILA! Her life is sorted now. she can now easily bitch around the society with a sufficient amount of content.
4. You're more of a guy and less of a girl: tomboy
Well, admit it, you relate to the college Tom-boy Anjali of ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai' way more than what she’d become later in the movie.
And not just that... you’ll have serious difficulties in order to get along with the ladies.
5. Less ‘Drama’ in life.
Like, ‘For Real’!!
No emotional dramas’, PMSing’, high expectations, back-bitching, NOTHING...
I mean, if this isn’t an example of a sorted life then I don't know what else could be?