Best Friends Forever #15: Thanks for the memories


A good friend knows all your stories, a best friend has lived them with you

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What's your best memory with your best friend.

My best friend is Keira Black. She is a queen, and that’s the only word that even comes close to describing her. She is athletic, intelligent, and has a killer sense of humour. She and I can laugh over the smallest things. She is always brimming with positivity, and has taught me to be a much better person. She is also the type of person who will stand up for the people she cares about.

We are complete opposites, but complement each other perfectly. We’re been BBFs for two and a half years. The best part about us is that we never doubt our friendship or feel like we have to prove we’re best friends to anyone, because we know we are.

Shloka Vishweshwar, 13, German Swiss International School

Best Friends Forever #14 : A friend you can count on

Amy once told me, “A good friend knows all your best stories, a best friend has lived them with you”. She is my best friend . Whether it was the time she came running into my house after art camp due to her fear of bees, or the time she shared her lunch with me because I had accidentally dropped mine, we’ve always been there for each other. Thanks for all the memories, Amy.

Sahana Iyer, 12, Delia School of Canada

I’d say my classmate Kelly Choi is my BFF. We have the same interests, such as reading English books and talking about different cultures around the world. She is much better than me at maths, so I always ask her to help me with complicated problems. But my English is better than hers, so when she’s having trouble in English class, she asks for my help.

Matthew Leung, 11, North Point Government Primary School

Best Friends Forever #13: Growing up together

Samuel is my best friend. I don’t know where I’d be without him. I recently moved schools to KGV, and we became friends last term. We have some common interests like playing cards and listening to music. He also got me into playing volleyball. We call each other “beta”, which means “son” in Hindi, to show that we are family. He’s amazing, and I hope we will always be close friends.

Dennis Chow, 15, King George V School

My BFF is Jasmine. We have been best friends since we were in Grade Seven. She is a very lovable and responsible person. We are extremely picky eaters and we love K-pop, which makes us a good pair. She is also good-tempered, which means we never argue.

Janice Mook, 15, Diocesan Girls’ School

If you would like to tell us about your BFF, send your story to [email protected], and attach a jpg of you and your pal. All pics must be larger than 1MB, and you must have the permission of your friend or friends to use it.

Edited by Nicole Moraleda