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Wishing my daughter had imaginary friends

by TheUnknownComic on May 11, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Because her real ones suck. The best one is moving to Florida (not her fault her parents suck). Then the rest of the group is just not that impressive. My daughter is trying to hard to be friends with the "cool" girls that obviously don't have time for her. She finds out through twitter and facebook that they spend more time together than with her, lie about plans, where they are hanging out, etc. Stupid teen girl drama has gone to a whole different level thanks to the instant feedback/tracking of social media.
I knew I should have had boys - this type of b.s. doesn't ever happen and if it ever does it gets resolved quickly in a real fight. This "Mean Girls" / Machiavellian wannabe crap just makes my soul tired.

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