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11 Frenemies You Don’t Need In Your Life

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11 Frenemies You Don’t Need In Your Life

While frenemies might be great to watch on reality TV shows featuring so-called “real housewives,” they aren’t the kind of people you want in your own reality. Unfortunately, it can sometimes be hard to identify frenemies in real life because if you could, you wouldn’t keep them around as freinds in the first place.

This guide by Dumb Little Man can help you identify your frenemies so you can finally get them out of your life once and for all. A few frenemies to keep an eye out for include:

  • Comeptitive Charlie: The guy who wants everything you have and constantly feels like he has to be better off than you are.
  • Judge Jacky: Nothing is ever smart enough, kind enough, attractive enough, or otherwise worthy of her high standards -including you.
  • Groupie Gail: She is always there supporting you -always. In fact, she seems to only have opinions that she thinks will make you happy, meaning you’re never even seeing the real her.

Of course, this is only a small sampling of the many types of frinemies, but it’s a good start when it comes to removing people from your life who will only drag you down.

Original Source – Dumb Little Man

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