Send it to your barkada chat group, because everyone in the photo is there. No posting unless everyone agrees! b. Post it on Facebook and tag everyone for Lols—it’ll also remind everyone to schedule your bi-annual dinner and inuman sesh! c. Look at it and vaguely try to remember the last time you saw everyone. You can’t—’cause you’ve been flaking on catchup dinners.
3. Your BF of
for everyone to show up with booze and food. Speeches about what an asshole he is included. b. Text your best friend—she’ll let you wallow while keeping you company. c. You spend the next few days crying and re-watching Thatthing Calledtadhana, while posting hugot quotes and angry pa-tama memes. Alone.
4. You’re looking
b. Narrow down your choices to two and send photos to the group to help you decide. You know they’ll be honest. c. Make a Pinterest board and find a dress to fit your peg. Luckily you have your suki salesladies to help you.
5. it’s labor Day
Your gang is tight-knit and your bonds are pretty much unbreakable—time and distance apart have proven it. You’ve let go of friends you never really got along with (and it’s okay), but you’ve kept the real ones close. You know that friendship isn’t about cliques and gangs, but it’s about individual bonds with kindred spirits. Keep ties with old friends, but continue to make new ones as you move on to new stages in life. mostly C’s: We’ve all been there— questioning why we were ever friends with some people. Everyone needs to grow up and learn how to stand alone (without your barkada backing you up!), but blowing off your true friends too often may leave you, well, friendless. Don’t be afraid to narrow down the list of people you run to and tell secrets to, but remember to value bonds formed over time, too. They won’t be around forever!