to have a good enemy, choose a friend, it knows to hit where it hurts .. i heard once.. but the problem is often not known to friends as well as you think. Friends tend to agree with us in order to avoid arguments. Among friends often conceal unpleasant traits to avoid being offended or hurt. Ingratitude has a long history and profound. It is indeed surprising that people continue to underestimate. what you think?

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answered 07 Apr '10, 14:20

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