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11 Ways to Know That Your Best Friends Are the Ones

Friendship is unpredictable. Sometimes you connect with someone the moment they share their sparkly orange crayon with you in the first grade and never look back, and sometimes you can know someone for years before you begin to uncover their unmatched ability to quote Gilmore Girls or their biting sense of humor. And sometimes we're wrong. Sometimes we offer our unwavering loyalty and the rawest parts of ourselves only to realize that these people aren't the ones after all; sometimes we can only recognize a one-sided friendship in hindsight.
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