Lovers fight. And so do friends. But lovers kiss and make up. Friends make up only. When lovers don’t make up, usually they just cool it off and find hard to be the same again. When friends don’t make up, it’s the most different feeling in the world so they make up eventually.
Lovers get jealous. And so do friends. But lovers get jealous because they demand commitment. Friends get jealous because they demand attention. But when lovers get jealous, they really look serious. When friends get jealous, they look funny.
Lovers give each other gifts. And so do friends. But when lovers do this, it’s but natural. When friends give each other gifts, it’s so sweet.
Lovers make each other happy. And so do friends. They hang out, call one another, talk, yell, encourage when the other is down, sing, dance and eat together. They share secrets, dreams, and take care of each other. But lovers expect these from one another. Friends expect these from others too but get from each other instead.
Lovers can be complicated. And so do friends. But lovers usually try hard to adjust with one another. Friends just stay as what they are and don’t give a damn whether they are nuts or freaks or stupid people. Because friends are not turned-off, they only laugh.
Lovers freak out when you forget birthdays. And so do friends. But lovers wouldn’t forgive until they forget. Friends wouldn’t forgive until an hour after when they receive a little bar of chocolate with a cheap card.
Lovers really love each other. And so do friends. But lovers either get married or break up. Friends either stay friends or nothing at all.
And some friends become lovers.
And some lovers become friends.