"A commonly used term to describe two people who are apparently friends, but actually dislike each other."I had a big blog planned out, just for you to read, because I know you will. You're desperate like that, and I know you just can't help yourself.
However, I've decided that you're not worth the time and effort it would take to write it. You're not worth the time it takes to be angry at you... the space you take up in my brain is much better used for more important things.
Besides, I know how to be the bigger person. I know what conflict resolution is. If I'm not mistaken, there is much more to it then clicking "delete friend" on facebook, but I wouldn't expect you to understand that. Plus, I'm not interested in kissing your ass anymore and pretending you're not a bi-polar panic attack waiting to happen.
The funny thing is, you read my blog about friendship ("Pet Peeves"), and got offended because you ASSumed I was talking about you. Hahah.
But that's the funny part - you just admitted you WERE doing the things I was writing about by getting upset. It's like you're guilty by association. Congratulations!
Unlike you, who said we were only "friends" because our husbands knew each other, I considered you a friend. I should've known, by round 4 of the drama queen riding her emotional roller coaster, that you were not a true friend. I have plenty of those, and you're definitely not one of them. Oh yeah, that's because my friends actually talk to me; they have the maturity to work out differences and think about someone other than themselves.
Girl, if pretty is a pretty does, you are mighty ugly.
So please, have a nice life. This will be the last time I spend any amount of time thinking about you.
P.S. Oh, and even though you and I will never, EVER be friends again, I hope you're not too naive to remember my husband and yours were friends for 13 years before you or I came along. You should know that means something, and allow yourself to accept that fact. Stop getting in the way.