"Acha! Ab zara yahi baat apni girlfriend ko bol ke bata toh maane hum."
Many of you must have heard this taunt from your buddies, right? Because this is genuinely a fact that no matter how much a guy loves his friends and his girlfriend, he is entirely a different person when he is around either one of them. The way he talks to his girlfriend is totally offbeat to what he speaks around his buddies. Because regardless of how much he loves his partner, there are many things he cannot say to her. And why wouldn't he be? (If you know what I mean) *WINK*
Considering the differences, we have brought for you some examples of how a guy treats his girlfriend and his best friend in specific situations. So c'mon, let's have a look.
Obviously, who would want to be alone in the dark with a best friend?
There is no doubt in the fact that even if he will have 50 bucks with him, he would get his girlfriend something to eat. But if it comes to giving the friends a treat, you know quite well what happens.
If he comes across a romantic quote, he will tag his girlfriend, and if it is a SOLUCHAN meme, he will go like "bhai bhai bhai bhai".
But when he is around his friends, the battle about forcing friends to pay can go on for a long time.
We all know what happens when a girlfriend makes a request and when a best friend makes a request. This is a perfect example of it.
When with a girlfriend, it is about going on lavish dinner with wine and roses. But if it is about the weekend with friends, a Royal Stag can make the night.
The biggest difference is on the girl's birthday, he will throw the party and on a friend's birthday... "chal party de BC!"
It is all defined when the guy takes his girlfriend to the gold class and takes his best friend to Kamal Talkies.
The more calm he is with his girlfriend, the more sassy he is with his best friends. What do you think?
The same guy who takes his girlfriend to Starbucks takes his buddies to 'tapri wali chai'.
Well, I guess most of you have experienced either of the cases. If you actually have, do share this story with your committed friends.
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