- Tamara deSouza (left) and Agatha Pinder-Foulkes.
Our camera caught up with Tamara deSouza and Agatha Pinder-Foulkes chilling at the popular TGI Friday's. The two have been friends for a year and are both medical students. Here's an insight into their friendship.
What do you admire most about the other?
Agatha: Her wit, style and intelligence.
Tamara: Aggie is one of the most giving and sincere people I have ever met.
Every friendship has its ups and downs. How do you weather the stormy times and still remain friends?
Agatha: Communication. Whenever there is a problem, we talk it out.
Tamara: We talk it out and stay tolerant.
How would you approach the other when she has done something wrong?
Agatha: Well, we're both outgoing individuals, so I don't have a problem saying that she has done something that I feel was inappropriate, and vice versa.
Tamara: Depends. Calling the police if it's really bad. Lol. Otherwise, a direct approach is best. Bring up the issue ASAP and talk it out.
- Natasha Birthwright and Michael Mahfood.
Who said males and females can't be just friends? But then again, maybe not. Well, Friend Cam got the opportunity to chat with Natasha Birthwright, a student, and Michael Mahfood, an entrepreneur and also a student.
What would cause a breakdown in your friendship?
Natasha: Lack of communication.
Michael: Disloyalty, betrayal, lack of communication.
What do you have in common with each other?
Natasha: Our personalities - we have the same likes and dislikes - and our family background.
Michael: Our traits and feelings. However, opposites attract to some extent.
How would you cheer up the other when he or she is feeling down?
Natasha: Just being around him and always making him smile.
Michael: Making romantic gestures, having interesting conversations and doing fun activities.
What annoys you the most about the other?
Natasha: Talking to other guys in front of him.
Michael: Nothing. I love to be with her.
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