i recently switched school, because of my group of friends. i came home every single day crying. it was horrible. they were known as the 'mean/plastic girls in school' i liked them, intill, they would start fighting with me. because i was hanging out with other people then the other 5 girls in our group. they then would stop inviting me places, like they didnt invite me anywhere. and i was friends with these girls since 2nd grade!!!
anyways, once i switched schools it was great, i made tons of new ones, i only stayed friends with one from my old school, and we were like BEST friends. but then all of a sudden, shes turning into one of them. her and all of them keep calling me. and saying i said things that i didnt!! and they usually always have done that since i switched, but i didnt care, i just didnt answer.
meghannnx answered Thursday May 17 2007, 12:26 am: hey, im having the same problems with my friends at my school, but i have to wait untill next year to switch D=. but id say to just like stop talking to them. They are just superficial and bitchy. Dont let it affect you. They just want to see you sad or mad or upset. Dont give them what they want. [ meghannnx's advice column | Ask meghannnx A Question ]
ductape_n_roses answered Thursday May 17 2007, 12:20 am: Well, you should definitely ignore these girls. If they call, hang up on them or block their numbers. Block their screen names/make a new one. etc. Just disassociate yourself form them completely. As for your bff, try and keep a good connection with her. tell her that you're the best friend that you're thankful for and that you don't want to lose her to them.
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