shayarisms4lovers June18 74 - 25 Sassy Quotes To Send To Your Fake Friends (Girl, BYE!)

25 Sassy Quotes To Send To Your Fake Friends (Girl, BYE!)

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Bye, Felicia!

Fake friends. Who needs them, am I right?!

They’re the absolute worst. They add nothing to your life and if anything, they make your life worse. Their sole purpose is to bring you down and who needs that?

You can be fooled at first, but eventually everyone’s true colors come out. Sometimes it takes a certain scenario to bring that side of them to light but once you see the real them, drop them. It will only get worse from there because you’ll start to notice the falseness more and more.

We’ve all had our fair share of toxic and fair-weather friends. They’re surprisingly hard to let go of, especially if you’re the type of person who tries to find the good in everyone. Some people are just plain nasty and there’s nothing you can do to fix them.

When I finally dropped a fake friend last year that I had since fifth grade, I felt like a weight had been lifted off my shoulders. All she did was bring me down. She was never happy for me and would always try to one-up me. All we ever talked about was her problems because she never cared about mine. I hit my limit, cut her off, and let me tell you something — I never looked back.

You’ll certainly learn a lot from a toxic friendship and be able to spot the signs to look for in said fake friends. If a “friendship” causes you stress and brings about low self esteem more than it’s making you happy, that person isn’t a real friend. Real friends are there for each other through good and bad times. Real friends will never ditch you for a better offer or say hurtful things to you to bring you down.

Real will always be better than fake!

I sometimes plan out in my head all of the things I would have said to her. These sassy quotes certainly capture how it feels to have fake friend, so send them her way!

1. When your fake friends are jealous of you.

“Don’t worry about those who talk behind your back. They’re behind you for a reason.” — Unknown 

2. When you know your worth.

“I’d rather have no friends than fake ones.” — Unknown

3. When they always want you to be below them.

“They wanna see you do good, but never better

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30 Quotes To Help You Cope When You Need To Break Up With A Toxic Friend

Breaking up with a friend is sometimes even harder than with a romantic partner.

I never thought about how painful it would be. The moment I realized that my best friend was actually not my best friend anymore.

I didn’t want to believe that we had grown apart — to think about that fact that we hadn’t seen each other in months.

I didn’t want to believe that my best friend all throughout high school no longer cared about coming to visit me or was interested in making plans to go to concerts or movies or do any of the things we used to enjoy doing together.

I didn’t want to believe that she hadn’t asked me once in the last month how I was doing. But it was true, I was just no longer a priority to her anymore.

Strong friendships are very important to our well being, and way more than we might realize. No one wants to feel like they’re alone, and that’s a feeling I’ve become way too familiar with after my friendship breakup.

When I was in high school. I hung out with the same girl all the time. She was everything I could ask for in a friend, and I thought our friendship was just as valuable to her as it was to me.

However, when we graduated things just started to change.
We both went to different colleges, and I started dating my boyfriend. I didn’t think it would matter at first because I wanted to believe that our friendship would always be strong.

Little did I realize how much effort it takes to actually keep a friendship going nowadays, and how exhausting it would become to be the only one making an effort.

I hung onto this friendship for 2 years after I realized it was dissolving. I would text her even though I didn’t expect her to text back, and I would try to make plans even though I knew her response would be “sorry, I’m busy.”

If you want to keep your friendships after high school, you have to push pretty damn hard. But why is that? Is it because people are too self-absorbed, or are people just too lazy to go the distance? Whatever the case is, I’m starting to lose a lot of hope in finding true friends.

And if you want to have genuine friendships, you have to let go …

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