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6. The User

6. The User

The turn up whenever they need something from you but the moment that need is fulfilled they disappear then turn up again whenever they need something else from u .

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1. The Flaker

1. The Flaker

They excitingly make plans with you then ditch you at the last minute with lame excuses.

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2. The Bossy And Controlling

2. The Bossy And Controlling

They try to control and dictate everything you do then boss you around even trying to make decisions for you.

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4. The Drama Queen

4. The Drama Queen

They thrive on drama and they are always looking to start it anytime they feel even a little bit inconvenienced or when they feel things are a little bit normal or "boring".

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7. The Bad Influence

7. The Bad Influence

They make you do things that are wrong and shady that can possibly put you in trouble or makes you feel uncomfortable.

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3. The Overly Competitive

3. The Overly Competitive

They always compete with you because they try to feel better and more superior than you in every step of the way.

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5. The Good Times Friend

5. The Good Times Friend

They always there for you when times are good but confidently disappear when things are going hard for you ,They are never there for you when you really need them.

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