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New app offers manly friendship that stops you mid-sentence with glib advice

there's a prat for that!The new Glib Advisor, currently available on Android but coming to the iPhone soon, will offer manly friendship to isolated men on the go.

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Posted: May 19th, 2014
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Lifelong friendship destroyed by pain-in-the-arse Facebook updates

'Poke me?'‘And their pets. Their stupid, stupid, stupid pets.’

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Posted: Jan 8th, 2013
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Girl brands mate ‘crafty bitch’

Fifteen-year-old Stacey Morgan from Swansea claims her friend, Jenny Smith, pretends to like people, but only to use them for things like lifts home from school.

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Posted: Oct 26th, 2010
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Facebook reunites man with ex-colleague’s father-in-law’s brother in Poland

Jim Morris expressed delight yesterday after a friend suggestion on social networking site Facebook finally enabled him to see how Wojtek Skrwpecki, an ex-colleague’s father-in-law’s brother who lives in Poland, was getting on these days.

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Posted: May 3rd, 2010
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Man regrets keeping enemies closer than friends

'but it's what my grandmother would have wanted'Dave Ansell, a finance worker from Leeds spoke today of his disappointment that advice from his grandmother which he has adhered to for the last 20 years to keep friends close but enemies closer has only served to bring him misery and suffering.

Dave first made the decision when he was at school and decided to befriend the local bully ‘Big Johnny Carter’ who was surprised when the kid he had been beating up and stealing lunch money from asked him if he fancied a game of football and invited him round to dinner. Eventually they became good friends despite Johnny constantly stealing from his house, making sexual remarks about his mother and giving his dad a broken nose. Five years later he took the rap for an assault Johnny had committed and found himself locked up for six months in a young offender’s institution only to be released to find Johnny engaged to Dave’s childhood sweetheart.

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Posted: Nov 20th, 2009
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