A college student is being lauded on social media for her strict adherence to the 'girl code' — and simply trying to be a good friend to someone she barely even knew.Jasmine Rios, a freshman at University of Texas at San Antonio, was surprised to receive a direct message on Twitter from a classmate named Rebekah Pendley earlier this week.We reserve the right at any time to alter or amend the terms of this Agreement, modify the Site contents or features, or change any fees or charges for using the Site and the Services.
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The two had never met but follow each other on Facebook, which is how Rebekah recognized a young man in the library who looked just like Jasmine's boyfriend — and noticed him getting particularly flirty with another girl.'Hey girl, I know we don't know each other, just been mutuals on Twitter for a little bit. But I recognize [a guy] who I think is your boyfriend in the library from y'all's pictures on here, and he's with a girl and he's being kind of touchy with her,' Rebekah wrote.'I really didn't know if I should message you/how to tell you, but I have been full-on cheated on before and, girl to girl, I'd want to know.'Rebekah included a picture she stealthily taken, showing a young man and woman who indeed looked a bit close while studying together.
'I hope this doesn't cause you a lot of problems,' she went on.
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