I hate really weird logical fallacies that people inject into their relationships because you can't really "challenge" them, since they're based solely on personal opinions and feelings. Girl A at my school is mad at Boy B because B admitted, when asked, that he sometimes gets a little exasperated with A for talking to him all the time in class.
Girl A replied that getting exasperated with her isn't something a friend would do, so therefore A and B aren't friends anymore.
Um, what? I'm obviously a third party and have no room to talk, but I just don't understand the line of reasoning that says being friends means you can't get mildly exasperated with someone from time to time.