Tag "Friendship"

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FINDING DIMEJI (PART 3)

Previously on FINDING DIMEJI… * Hold me close and hold me fast, this magic spell you cast, This is La vie en rose. When you kiss me, heaven sighs and

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FINDING DIMEJI (PART 2)

Previously on FINDING DIMEJI… * After the awkward experience with his mother, Dimeji and I began to relate freely once again. Weirdly, we grew even closer and practically inseparable following

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FINDING DIMEJI

“I don’t know where Dimeji is, sir,” I said in a low tone. It was a lie. “What do you mean by that? Are you not his boyfriend?” Mr. Adeleke

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LIKE I DO

I close my eyes and let the melody of the song Like I Do by Fireboy DML, which is blasting through my headphones, carry me to another dimension. The song

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Todrick Hall talks about being friends with Taylor Swift and helping her use her voice to support the LGBT community

He has always shown his support for Taylor Swift on social media. And Todrick Hall said being friends with the singer is one of his “favourite things he’s done” as

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THE MAN WHO IS NOT MY MAN

That first day, the storm was roaring its disapproval and thundering like my father’s voice raised just before he slams his fist hard on a table or a nearby door,

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LOVE IS A MURDER

It was toward the end of the thirteenth episode of Legacies, in the scene where Hope was struck with grief over the loss of Landon, that the hauntingly beautiful soundtrack

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HOW DO YOU SOLVE A PROBLEM LIKE TESS?

Over time, I have come to realize that I love being around tomboys, and even having them as friends. Typically-feminine girls are not at all my fancy, because I was

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THE LOVE OF MY STRAIGHT BEST FRIEND

“I don’t understand how people can have more than one best friend,” Kat said. “Maybe because they can relate to all of them and feel close to them in different

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MAKING HIM FRIEND

He’d been my best friend right from my second year in the university; four years later he’s that one guy that knows me just too well. Let’s call him Murphy.