Here's How To Identify The Petty Friend In Your Group

Don't be the petty friend. This is pretty much a guide on how to avoid it.
  1. Always Shady

    The petty friend is always shady. Doesn't matter to who.

  2. Let It Go, Sis

    The petty friend will never let things go. That time you couldn't make it? That time you didn't let them borrow something? That time you spoke to someone they don't get along with? They still haven't forgotten.

  3. jokes they mean

    The petty friend makes jokes they low-key mean. They'll laugh, sure, but deep down inside they meant it.

  4. passive

    The petty friend is passive. They always make a comment but don't point out that it's directed toward you, sis.

  5. clapback opportunist

    The petty friend will always find an opportunity to clap back. Doesn't matter what you say, they'll have a comeback. They're pretty brilliant for that, we must say.

  6. twitter fingers

    The petty friend is passive, but not online. They will always find an outlet on social media to talk crap with their memes.

  7. gossiper

    The petty friend loves to gossip. They always want the tea, always want to feel included in the conversation and always lend an ear to the person that wants to talk drama.

  8. shady faces

    The petty friend will make a "no you didn't" face any chance they get.

  9. nickel and dimer

    The petty friend will ask you to Venmo, Quickpay or Square Cash a dollar for their bag of chips and soda.

  10. eye for an eye

    The petty friend will always make things even. You mention something going wrong and best believe they will always have another example of what you did. They're the main ones to say, "I just think it's funny how...."

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