Nashua, New Hampshire – In a sign that the unfortunate incident caused irreparable damage, sources confirmed Friday that the friendship between local men Ben Cowsell and Jared Lyon has broken down under the pressure of one honest moment. Reports have confirmed that despite knowing each other for nearly 20 years, Cowsill and Leon will not be able to return to the comfortable friendship they enjoyed after Cowsill’s momentary display of vulnerability, and likely won’t even be able to look at each other. at him again. The friendship, which was established in middle school, continued amicably until a tragic moment at the Barge Inn Wednesday night when sources heard Cowsill say “I love you, man,” when they were less than two beers, the first single example of true honesty and openness between the couple. The camaraderie between them was reportedly severed forever. Other members of the group of friends, including Carl Daley and Lindsay Smith, confirmed that while the two had formed a strong bond since sitting next to each other in their seventh grade math class, which flourished during high school, they had been attending college for four years from New Hampshire, and then both of them came home, where they met several times a week to play poker or watch basketball, the moment was too serious and brutal to really feel for the friendship to last. At the time of publication, sources close to Cowsill confirmed that his carefully crafted text that read “What’s up man, I was so broke last night, I can barely remember anything” received no response from Leon.