Ereka Vetrini and the round table of ladies it down to discuss female friendship.
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Audra Lowe: Its time for a little girl talk we all know how important mad are in our lives but what about the girls Ereka and a panel of women got together to discuss the ups and downs of the girlfriend relationship and how special the bond really is. Ereka: I'm convinced it’s in our DNA, as women we love our girl talk, intimate conversation where can discuss anything and everything well on here at the Hotel against the roof top garden in the Meatpacking Industry with a few ladies to be just that. Welcome to Ereka’s Girl Talk. All right ladies the topic is girlfriend, I want to know have you ever had to dump a girlfriend, has anybody has dump, Victoria have you dump a girlfriend? Female: I have and then I realized afterwards that maybe she wasn't as close as a friend that I've thought. Because I think we're all very quick sometimes say that she's really good friend or she is a friend and sometime we have an acquaintance and she's not really a friend but in that case I look banc and is said you know “She's not really that close of friend”. Ereka: And why did you have to dump her? Female: I just think it was like not compatibility about the way we live our life or the things that we've saw, I don’t mean in politics or something like that I think, just like in my choices and it's getting really strange really odd that I would make a choice and it would be just so layoff hurt decisions or— Ereka: So you dump the girl for like you dump boys? Female: No, you just stop calling, like it’s just that like chatting as much. You stop making as much plans with her, like you involve more friends that you have that maybe you weren’t hang out with it as much, oh, wait that doesn’t sound like that. Ereka: Well merely that sound like dump all ready. Female: But then another case I had a really close friend I mean a friend that, so close that we had a falling over something really stupid and we stop talking for like five years and I when I found her like online and I was thinking “Could you be fiend my again” and like she was “Like totally let's have lunch tomorrow” and like now were close again. Ereka: There you go, anybody else girlfriend dumping? Female: I actually had a ceremonial burial of friends just because you know, I'm not sure burial but I mean. Female: For like oh, that’s Steve. Female: You know its just jealousy you know jealousy is, is awful. And you know with what I do you know being in this and that business all the time and juts constantly having compete and compete and I'm jealous this is an awful, awful thing and, and it comes out and do bad way. So you know I did dump her and I said that's it you know I really doing and I know your, you know just what you're talking and if you go out this was a competition so. Ereka: And was she talking about you behind your back. Female: Yeah, it's you know anything you do, I mean yeah, it was just, it was bad. Ereka: How do we do that at all, I mean why— Female: Yeah, it was really you know I mean it's—it's my friend now its jealousy and its really jealousy and I think if you're a, you know a successful beautiful woman even if your friends are it's, the jealousy just come out sometime and competition if you're out at night, if there's guys giving attention and not giving your girlfriend attention and it could get stressful. Ereka: No room for that. Female: I mean really you just have to have fun and that's and I'm down to you know like five friend, you know five great amazing friends as supposed to you know all these friends and, and I'm not going remember your birthday and not remember this sometimes— Ereka: We should be friends— Female: You know and, and it's and I can't be and I can call you back all the time I had a baby so it's, it's you know it can be stressful yeah. Ereka: Alina? Female: No, I've never dump a girlfriend they just faded away. Ereka: I know this true because you are the sweetest and you're so nice. Female: An there is fade away but there, they're just because you’ve g