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|px780||Mar 25 2013, 01:13 PM|
Friends don't sue friends.
However if Friend A makes derogatory comments about Friend B in the presence of Friends C and D without direct knowledge of the veracity of said comments, Friend B is well within their friendship rights to authorize their attorney to send a letter to Friend A advising Friend A of Friend B's intention to dissolve the friendship as outlined in Section 5 subparagraph B of the official Rules of Friendship enacted by the United Nations on July 17th 1969 and entered into by the United States on December 22nd 1971. This is, of course, only the case when said derogatory comments represent information already known to Friends C and D and were delivered with malicious intent, excluding statements made on the third Tuesday in February which is, as we all know, Keep it Real Day as authorized in the 2007 amendment to the official Rules of Friendship.
It's all been made pretty clear this season...
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