I honestly think they are about the same :/
Depends on the people really, I've had friends of both genders that have lasted for years, some only for a few months. I've known my current best friend for over 7 years, we met in middle school and have stuck together ever since. ^-^
I'd better stop commenting now or the level of ignorance I can take for the day is going to go over it's limit.
Sorry if I offend anyone by the way.. Im just stating the facts.
Right says in a sarcastic way we are ignorant. -.-
None taken because no one in this comment section is ignorant. Calling other people ignorant for stating their opinions and their point of views is ignorant and childish.
And also disrespectful.
Depends on the person. I always had fun with my male and female friends
Females have stronger bonds, kinda like my friend and I. To us there was never a moment of drama...no animosity. I think it just depends on the person in general, how you are personality- wise. Guys...well guys will be guys.
Some of these comments are so stereotypical that honestly it makes me want to throw up.
First off, not all girls are "dramatic" and so willing to give up their friends over stupid things. I have two really great friends who are girls and we've all been best friends since second grade, Never before have I gotten into fights with either of them.
It really depends on the person. It doesn't matter at all which gender they are, besides having to deal with other peoples expectations.
Oh, and I can say the things I did and be a girl because I know my own gender- and I have fingers so I can type out what I think.
I don't have many friends- because of drama. I don't act a certain way around my friends because I have to- I've had drama in the past an do honestly just can't deal with it anymore.
I don't know everything about male friendships- but friends aren't always forever and that is a fact no matter how much you deny it. It doesn't mean you'll lose all your friends-
Because sometimes you just get older and lose contact. It's a pretty sad thing but eventually you get over it. A strong friendship does not mean it will last forever. Some people are lucky and do have friends that have been by their side for a looooooong time.
Girls do hold strong grudges- maybe not all of them. (My dad has even noticed.) And that's just how it is, I never said it was a horrible thing.
Girls just tend to have more drama. It doesn't mean all of us do- but for a lot of the time
Yes, we do.
You just seem to get all offended by things that are pretty true. I'm not saying that all male friendships are stronger than female friendships, though.
So, please calm down. There is no need to get all excited because my opinion is not like yours.
I chose male friendship because female friendships can disappear in a matter of seconds when a hot guy walks by. When a pretty girl walks by the guys would just agree she's hot and move on with life. Reverse it and the girls would be like "I saw him first!" or something like that. (That's just an example). Girls are so dramatic and petty and its always like they have to prove themselves to other females. Male friendships aren't that strong either but I think its stronger than female friendships.
If a hot guy can break up a friendship then obviously they weren't even friends in the first place.
I never feel the need to "prove myself" to my friends because they accept me for who I am, not what I have to offer or whatever. I love my friends because they're unique and awesome and they make me laugh and feel happy whenever im around them. If I had to prove myself to them, what would be the point?
You said neither friendships are very strong. So what makes a strong friendship to you?
What @LoveAllOppas said was true for some situations. A female friendship can end (not necessarily permanently) like that. I've witnessed a situation similar to that. But different in some areas. Sometimes it does seem like females have to prove themselves to the others- but that's insecure girls. Not all of them.
The hot guy scenario was just an exaggerated example and can often happen. Some friendships aren't strong to begin with anyway.
SOME females feel they have to prove themselves to other females because females always seem to compete for something no matter what it may be and for whatever reason. They could compete without even realizing their doing it.
For a friendship to be strong you need a strong foundation which is trust. Without it the friendship isn't stable and can easily fall apart.
gIRLS ARE SO DRAMAtic boys are so violance so i would choose both it depends on those people.,
A friendship between guys is stronger. Of course they might not be friends forever but they have fun and stuff and just be guys. :3 Girls always have some sort of drama, think that friends are forever and stuff then overreact when they aren't friends anymore. And girls hold strong grudges. We are really...... I can't even say the word 'cause female users on here will get offended. XP
Anyways, guys have a stronger friendship. They aren't too emotional about it either.
You said girls hold strong grudges, but thats a big generalization. Some people hold grudges and others don't. Doesn't matter if they're male or female or anything in between.
The things you've said about female relationships may seem true if you're looking at it from your perspective but if you really knew someone you'd most likely think differently. Then again, I dont know really know your perspective.
Sorry if this comes off as rude Im just curious as to what makes you think these things.
Alright I can kind of understand what you mean now that you've explained.
And I may have seemed dramatic here but I'm really not like this in real life.. Sorry for offending you, I was really worked up last night :/
Actually I think you are describing middle school girls. :p Usually people mature more throughout their life and don't have the irksome pettiness.