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Beck: Did you drift apart for a little while or something? Jess: No. Aisha: No. Courtesy of Aisha Akhter Jess: I really kept to myself in middle school.

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Aisha: I specifically remember toward the end of junior year, I chattiny in gym class with one of our other friends, Ariella. As I told you, Kwon walks me to things all the time and boosts my confidence. One day, this guy was just really railing on me for 30 minutes, and it got to the point where I hung up and I was fighting back angry tears.

Aisha: Yeah, I agree percent. Courtesy of Aisha Akhter Beck: Have there been any other major milestones in your lives that intersected with your friendship?

He eats so well; he goes to the gym twice a day sometimes. And now I have a personal record of it on my Gmail. But after work it usually goes into like stupid shit my boyfriend says, the weird dudes on the subway, what we had for dinner, what my dogs are doing, anything and everything really.

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Chris: Yeah, all the time. So you guys have at this point started Gchatting all the time. Kwon almost always has something nice to say, or cheers me up. Jess: Chattin, yeah. Beck: Does each person have a certain role that you play in your Gchat dynamic? The three of us hung out often. Aisha: Yeah.

In high school, we had a pretty wide friend group. Are you happy? And you do your stretches while they take attendance. Courtesy of Aisha Akhter Jess: I really chattingg to myself in middle school.

And then that spiraled into talking to each other nonstop. Chris: I never regret it. Then, naturally, the videochats got smaller and smaller, and our friend group broke off into different things.

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Courtesy of Aisha Akhter Beck: Have there been any other major milestones in your lives that intersected with your friendship? But some of these people are so rude. In high school, we had a pretty wide friend group. And is it just during the workday? Beck: Are there examples of times where your Gchat group played a role in helping you through something?

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Aisha: I would say literally every day of my life. Something that will never change. We went to a gay bar, just to have a beer, because I get nervous. One time I was mocking some people at work, and I said that they think that everyone is just an SJW, meaning social-justice warrior. I had moved to the next town over from our college, and that was about wihh hour train ride [from New York City.

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He walked you to our first date. I just typed in the word acronym when we were talking about it and I realized this could be its own book—all of the acronyms that Kwon does not understand.

I had a first date with someone and I was gonna meet him at the Russian Tea Room. Beck: Did you drift apart for a little while or something?

frjend He was gonna give me a pep talk, like he usually does. It was such a relief for me to hear that from her.

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Courtesy of Aisha Akhter Jess: I really kept to myself in middle school. Chris: Yeah, could she read our minds or something?

Chris: Same. Jess and Kwon have been my friends through thick and thin.

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Aisha: I feel like making friends is so hard these days. They were at one point roommates while going to school.

Aisha: I specifically remember toward the end of junior year, I was in gym class with one of our other friends, Ariella. Normally, you get ready in the locker room, and then you stand around and chat with your friends before the teacher blows the whistle. Jess: A big chunk of it is during the workday. As opposed to just the bigger moments.

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Someone needs to appreciate my niece. We bridged the gap in our friendship that way, by meeting up whenever we had interviews. Chris: Oh my God.