WASHINGTON (AP) What did the media miss?
Why did it hurt?
How did we forget it?
And why are we still trying to get to the bottom of this?
Here are some of the most popular quotes from the last few months that are making headlines and leaving people saying goodbye.
We’ll leave you with some of them, because you deserve to know.
From “Friends ruined by friendship quotes” by the Huffington Post:Weird thing about the Huffington post, they quote the same quotes that they did about “The Daily Show” and “Real Time With Bill Maher” in a way that I find very funny.
I mean, you know, I guess I’m not surprised at all.
We’ve seen the Huffington posts about the Colbert Report and the Daily Show and everything.
But I think what’s funny is the Huffington has done a really good job of taking the “friendship” quotes, which are obviously meant to be funny, and turning them into the actual, well, quote, which is a complete and total insult to friendship.
I mean, that’s just, like, so insulting.
That’s just so stupid.
I think it’s really disappointing to me that this is even a topic that’s being discussed at all these conversations.
And I don’t think it really helps people understand the point.
Like, why would they think that a friend is going to be any better than the person they’ve been hanging out with?
Why would they be so upset if you’ve made that friendship?
So yeah, I think that’s really, really, that they’re taking a joke, a joke about friendship, and then turning it into something really hurtful.
I really hope they think about the hurt they’re going to cause.
Like I think people are hurting from all of this, I’m going to put it like this: People are really hurt by the fact that we’ve taken this stupid friendship thing and made it mean something that’s completely false.
It’s not the same.
And, honestly, I really think it would be good if they could just get over it and move on.
Because they really, you really think that because of that, we’re going back to the way we were?
You know, we’ll go back to being friends and going on vacation?
Because we’re friends, and I think if we just move on and get over this, we can be together again.
But, you’ve got to understand that I think there’s no way that you’re ever going to move on from something like that.
It’s not going to happen.
I don, you’re going into a relationship because you want to be with someone, but you can’t.
So you’re just going to keep doing what you’re doing.
But what if I tell you that you are actually making me feel bad?
You’re just making me upset because you’re not letting me know what you want.
And you’re making me want to stop, you need to stop.
And it’s so hurtful to me, because I don (inaudible) and I’ve been with you for seven years.
I don’t want to talk about this because it’s going to ruin my relationship with you.
I’m talking about it because it doesn’t seem like it’s good to me.
But this is really hurting me.
And I don-I don�t know what to do.
I just really, truly feel like I’m being lied to.
It was just one of those things where you can�t tell people what to say because, you have to tell them that you�re sorry.
But it seems like they don�ts even care about what you�ve been saying.
And it’s like, you just feel like you�m being lied-to.
It�s really hurt.
It just makes me feel so bad that I just feel bad.
I just don�T understand why they are doing that.
Like it seems so much more acceptable to say, I don�trusted you.
Like that’s how you�d be.
You�re a good person.
You�re not, you�ll never trust me.
You just don’t trust me and that just makes it so, so hurt.
And this is a huge, huge, HUGE problem.
I hope that they will move on, and that they can, you can just move forward, you could never be in a relationship again.
And they don’t.
But they shouldn�t be.