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So many reasons can cause the end of a friendship, but some are pettier than others. These seven Nigerian women tell us the pettiest reasons why they stopped being friends with someone. Chisom, 22 My friend and I have not spoken for two years because of fish pie. She started ignoring me in our third […]
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