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I used to think the term “outgrowing your friends” was a silly concept due to the fact that despite any struggles, flaws, idiosyncrasies one may have, as a caring and genuine person you develop a level of tolerance for the benefit of keeping the relationships you’ve put in effort over the years in tact. No matter how “above” you may feel. But at some point, you start to reevaluate your priorities and assess who you choose to surround yourself with out of your own health.

You start to realize that those who are consistently striving for a better life, being proactive, and upholding a quality standard of living makes yourself strive for the same, and then some. 

I’m just really over not being on the same page with certain individuals.

And people still asking “why don’t we talk anymore?” 


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Flawless collection from price-raiser Hiroki

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AIM was also pretty much the start of social media. There was a lot of exhibitionism. Away messages were the peak example of this. Sometimes the away message you left up for nine hours was more important than any conversation you had that day. It was the original flex. It was the original tweet. You wanted to let people know that you had an awesome life. Away messages were basically a way to say, “Your lame ass is on the computer but I’m out here getting it.” You left away messages like that when you could. You also found out about fun stuff other people were doing via away messages and felt left out.

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