I mean, I’m aware I’m a sarcastic person, but the gravity as to how true this is in real life with my best arch neme-friend Jzac.
1. Vulgar salutations are fun. Sometimes greeting each other is almost like a game to see who can say “hello” in the most rude, crude, socially unacceptable way.
2. There’s no cheesy TV sitcom type mushiness, but your care for each other is expressed more often than the average friendship does — it’s just displayed in the form of insult after diss after borderline offensive burn. Constantly reminding someone how much you appreciate their existence and being verbally abusive go hand in hand.
3. Opinions are always given honestly when it comes to things that others might feel obligated to lie about, such as “How does this outfit look?” Thanks to sarcasm the truth can be delivered in a facetious, cynical remark.
4. Exchanging compliments like “normal” friends choose to do is cool, but having battles of wits is much more entertaining. You get to continuously…
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