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Added: Aug 11
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Must Read: Poetic Heart - Season 1 - Episode 5
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I am not a believer of the school of thought which holds first impressions are always right, neither do I buy the idea that one’s character could be deduced from the company one keeps, or that birds of the same feather flock together.
I am mostly not a believer of anything conventional. Take for instance my closest friend Sophia, we have little or nothing in common. But the reason I enjoy our friendship is the fact that we complement each other wonderfully. We share almost nothing alike, starting from our physical appearances, down to our innate beliefs.



She, for one, is a helpless romantic while I am downright level-headed.


We have been friends for approximately three years and four months, roommates for about seven months out of those years.



It’s Friday evening. I’m lying on the sofa – the bed is too far off the window, trying to ignore the rattle she is making as she prepares for Damian’s dinner night when she yells my name.



“Nini!”


I fake a sign, “Sophia, not even you is allowed to call me that.”



“I’m your best friend, I’m allowed to call you anything. Now get over yourself, and come help me fasten this stupid zip.”



I look up from the book I’m reading and watch her struggle with the side of her turquoise blue gown, “Obviously that’s too small for you.
Find something else.”



She stops pulling at the edges and glares down at me. “There’s a reason why events have a specific colour theme.”



“And there is a reason clothes come in varying sizes.” I stick out my tongue.



“Point noted.” She says, “Now, are you going to help me or not?”



I get up and walk to where she standing by the closet with both hands grabbing at the sides of her ankle length gown. “Is it just me or have you gotten shorter?”

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