Friendships work because people adhere to these unspoken rules. If you want to prevent yours from scattering, always keep these seven rules at the back of your mind.
Don’t japa without telling your friend
If you consider someone your friend, and you’re about to do something as big as move continents, tell them. It should go without saying, but here we are.
Nobody left behind
Don’t leave your friends at a function except you discussed it beforehand. Don’t assume they’d find their way.
Make sure everyone looks good in the group photo
Everyone in the picture should be serving or don’t put it up on the internet. You can’t be looking like a ten while your friends look like threes.
Never post your friend’s embarrassing moment for strangers to laugh at
Friends do silly things among themselves. And those things should be kept within the people with context. You shouldn’t use your friend’s embarrassing moment to score cheap points with strangers on the internet.
If you find it cheaper, tell your friend
A good friend never lets their friend waste money. So if you know your friend wants to buy something, and you find it at a cheaper price, better let them know. The change will come in handy someday.
Present yourself as an angel to their family
Your friend’s parents have to like you. They must see you as one of their children.
Hate who your friend hates
Why are you laughing with the enemy of people you care about? Except you’re doing an undercover mission for your friend, what are you doing there?