Is it wise to consider people as your friends who most of the time are condescending you, making fun of you and not understanding your feelings just because you've had a couple of nice times together?

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Matt Radiance Profile
Matt Radiance answered

Not understanding feelings is something different from my point of view, we can be great friends but yet not understand many things and not be agreed either.

But someone who makes fun of me certainly wouldn't my friend.

And i can't even understand how it could be possible to have a nice time with someone who makes fun of me!

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Armaghan Ali
Armaghan Ali commented
Your point of view is quite correct. It shouldn't really matter if someone fails to understand us. But yes making fun is an evil.
Well, all the fun that was ever there was because of weed :D
Matt Radiance
Matt Radiance commented
lol! stay away from weed! it's an unhealthy fun!
Armaghan Ali
Armaghan Ali commented
Lol. I've given it up. Feel relieved now.
Ray Dart Profile
Ray Dart answered

Is "condescending" a verb?

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Ray Dart
Ray Dart commented
NO it isn't. But that's OK, we knew what you meant. And I'm a bit of a pedant. :)
Ray Dart
Ray Dart commented
It's an adjective. "Condescendingly" is an adverb. What you meant to say was "condescending towards you".
Armaghan Ali
Armaghan Ali commented
Ofcourse, Ray. Thank you for pointing it out for me. :]
Tom  Jackson Profile
Tom Jackson answered

I would have to say "No, it's not wise."

If people act condescendingly toward you, it means that they hold you in a "one down" position relative to them.

It is likely that such people hold you in contempt at some level and are highly unlikely to be interested in your feelings or welfare.

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