Fake Friends Sayings and Quotes
Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old fake friends quotes, fake friends sayings, and fake friends proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.
Fake friends are like shadows: always near you at your brightest moments, but nowhere to be seen at your darkest hour True friends are like stars, you don't always see them but they are always there.
Someone who smiles too much with you can sometime frown too much with you at your back.
Michael Bassey Johnson
Fake friends; those who only drill holes under your boat to get it leaking; those who discredit your ambitions and those who pretend they love you, but behind their backs they know they are in to destroy your legacies.
We fear our enemy but the bigger and real fear is that of a fake friend who is sweetest to your face and most vile behind your back.
Mufti Ismail Menk
Most people want to see you to do better, but not doing better than them.
An honest enemy is better than a best friend who lies.
Some people think that the truth can be hidden with a little cover-up and decoration. But as time goes by, what is true is revealed, and what is fake fades away.
Always sleep with one eye open. Never take anything for granted. Your best friends might just be your enemies.
Pretend to be poor in reality and you'll notice a decrease in your friends list and request.
Michael Bassey Johnson
I despise the rituals of fake friendship. I wish we could just claw each other's eyes out and call it a day; instead we put on huge radiant smiles and spout compliments until our teeth hurt from the saccharine sweetness of it all.
Fake friends are like autumn leaves, they're scattered everywhere.
Be very careful of who you share your problem with, remember that not every friend that smile at you is your best friend.
It is hard to deal with someone who smiles and pretends to like you to your face and sticks that eight inch blade in your back when you turn around.
You always knew after shitty things happened, who your friends really were.
A false friend and a shadow attend only while the sun shines.
Better an honest enemy than a false friend.
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A friend is always a friend, right? Well no, not exactly. There are different levels of friendship which are never really obvious on the surface; it is only when you reach a crisis point in your life that you find out just who your true friends are. Of course we have our best friends who are often closer to us than family; they share all of our secrets and know us inside out. We all have �fair weather friends� who help us to celebrate and only arrive on our doorsteps when they need something from us, and then there are invisible friends who aren�t really there at all!
If you really believe that you have at least one true friend, who cares about you and will stand by you through the good times and the bad consider this: if you were to lose your job, your car and be on the verge of losing your home would they still be there for you? Would they pop round for a cuppa and a chat for no other reason than to see how you were doing? It is in tough times like these that you discover just who your true friends are, when you reach out for support during your darkest days and find that they are still there to support you.
A Decreasing Social Circle
You may believe that you have a wide circle of friends, but when the time comes that the partying and socialising has to come to an end and instead of sending out party invitations you are issuing requests for help and support, just see how many answer the call. By the end of the process you should consider yourself lucky if can count the friends that are left on one hand and truly blessed if you need both hands to count them.
� They never forget your birthday and always make sure that they get to see you, no matter what plans have already been made.
� If your car is off the road they will offer to drive you even if it means that they are going out of their way to do so, neither will they accept any petrol money from you for doing it.
� You can laugh together until you both have tears running down your face.
� You can sit in silence together and still feel comfortable.
� Even if you only see each other two or three times a year, when you are together it�s like you have never been apart.
� They will tell you the truth even if it hurts because they love you.
� They won�t just tell you the things that they know you want to hear to keep you happy.
� They will offer their unfailing support no matter what you try to do, even if they don�t agree with your choices they will support you in them.
� When they offer you a compliment it is genuine and from the heart.
� They won�t say anything behind your back or gossip about you when you are not there.
� They know what makes you happy, your favourite film; sweet treat, your dress size and what colours you prefer to wear.
� They will to listen to you moan and rant and offer you a shoulder to cry on whenever you need it.
� They know about all of your insecurities but won�t broadcast them to the masses.
� When you need advice they will offer straight talking sense.
� You find it hard to imagine your life without them in it.
� You have never felt comfortable enough with them to tell them a secret.
� They have never asked about your family and you have never shared any details of your family with them.
� You normally only spend time with them in a group setting, never on a one to one basis.
� They have never seen the real you, they only see the fa�ade that you put on when you are part of the group.
� They forget your birthday and other important dates.
� You often get the impression that they are only calling you because no one else was available.
� You laugh and have fun but it�s not feel good, belly aching laughter.
� You have never seen each other cry.
� You find it difficult to be yourself when you are around them.
� Any silences between you are awkward and you feel the need to fill them with conversation.
� If you don�t see each other for a few months you would probably forget they existed at all.
� It can feel as though your relationship is all one sided � you are making all the effort.
� They talk about your insecurities in public and embarrass you.
� You find yourself agreeing with them so as to keep the peace and not get into an argument.
� It�s easy to imagine your life without them in it.
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- Comment #1 (Posted by Realhuman)
Fake Friends will offer you a dime then claim dollars off you.
Fake Friends will torn you apart piece by piece in the most shallow and shadiest way.
Fake Friends will expect you to fist fight their enemies while it could be settled by simply calling the Police.
Fake Friends will get you 24/7 drunk.
There won't be any Fake Friends when one has no expectation, and greed from anyone.
All you need from Real Friends is those whom get you sober. (this is extremely rare to come by, unless is your wife/parents.) If there is/are someone with such aspects in the modern world, you should cherish that.
- Comment #2 (Posted by Javier)
- Comment #3 (Posted by an unknown user)
Thanks, you are right on real friend. For fake friends I say you may discover it later on with real situations especially if you have very very good news, the fake friends won't be happy for you, trust me.
- Comment #4 (Posted by Riya)
That is really true, awesome, I liked it too much, this all helped me to find my best friend!!
- Comment #5 (Posted by Kevin Hang)
- Comment #6 (Posted by Ceunfin)
It's true and I hope one day I'll have real friends :)
- Comment #7 (Posted by Denise Ann)
Soo true :)
- Comment #8 (Posted by an unknown user)
It's a helpful article!
- Comment #9 (Posted by Jim)
True friends are few and far between. I prefer certain family members instead of fakes who could care less if you live or die. Want to lose a "friend"? Tell them you lost your job and home. Uh ummm ah cough cough "You know I would IF,.............". That's what I thought LOL
- Comment #10 (Posted by Kushal)
I guess it is true to some extent but it is not a necessity for them to be true for you to call someone your true/real friends.