A Person Who Can Not Do For Those Who Are Really My Friends? Essay

797 Words Feb 18th, 2016 4 Pages
“There is nothing I would not do for those who are really my friends. I have no notion of loving people by halves, it is not my nature.” (Jane Austen). As you go through your life, you meet new people and say goodbye to the ones you have known. There are the acquaintances, the frenemies the close friends, and the best friend. These types of friends will either stick with you or leave. Nonetheless, you as a person should be able to interpret who is who. You never know, it might just help you in the future.
According to The Dictionary, an acquaintance is ‘a person known to one, but not a close friend.’ So you walk in to a new class, and you see nobody that you know. Out of the corner of your eye you see that girl, we will call her Annie for now, and you start to make your way towards her. Now Annie is the person that you pass in the hallways without a glance or a wave. You might have a small conversation here or there, but in other words, you are practically strangers. Nonetheless, as you walk in to the class of unknown people, you have the option to fend for yourself or go sit next to Annie and talk. She is after all the only person that you know in the class. In other words, you only talk to this person in this one class. This is why they are known as the acquaintance.
The frenemy is one of the most complicated friendships that you will have. Face to face, you are all smiles, but once one of you turns your back, the smiles are replaced with grimaces and eyerolls. Although…

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