Best Friends Forever
High school best friends are how we make that connection. This is why numerous reunions and Facebook groups are created to relive the moments from the good old days. Here are five reasons why your best friends in high school will remain your best friends forever.
1. You Grew Up Together
In high school, you’re bound to change and grow up. It’s a part of life, and there’s no way around it. Your best friends were there for you during that time. You witnessed each others’ growth, went to the same movie premieres, listened to the same music, walked down the same hallways, and were in the same social environment.
2. Reunions Are Like No Time Has Passed
Reconnecting with high school friends is almost always like nothing has ever changed. The reunions bring together people that you saw ten times a day or played sports with. Getting together is like no time has passed since the high school days, and you get back into the comfortable and easy conversations you had in the past.
3. You Got Close With Their Families
It’s likely that you not only developed close relationships with your best friends but also their families. Getting to know your best friends’ families was unavoidable in most cases. Whether by carpooling together to school or hanging out every day and joining them for dinner, there was almost no way to avoid getting close to them. You might even consider them to be an extension of your own family.
4. Always Down for Tradition
Traditions are important for best friends, especially those that have been around for years or even decades. Whether it’s hanging out at the same restaurants together like you did when you were 16 or going to the same music festivals, traditions are kept. There’s typically some tradition that holds you and your best friends together.
5. Inside Jokes
Inside jokes will always be funny, especially those that were shared within your best friends circle. No matter how much time passes, the jokes will always be like a code of honor between the group, and none of your new friends can relate. Even if you explain the joke to them, they’ll probably not understand it the way you and your high school best friends do.