No on the contrary, they are the most consistent when it comes to being toxic. They are consistently nice, they appreciate your support but never return the favour. They will want you to trust them but will not trust you back. They are a slippery slope. It's all hunky dory+
... until you disagree with them. Then it gets personal in a blink of an eye. They are bullies of the highest order. Will manipulate you as per their preference and their tool is their honeyed words. They will exert all their prowess to manipulate you and if you refuse to bow +
... they will be the first ones to forget the boundaries of friendship and get nasty and personal. For them their perceived agenda is above all, even closest of friends. They will not think twice before supporting your opponent just to score a point over you.
The worst of toxic people that I have met over the years have been consistently sweet, caring, seemingly naive ( you would certainly feel protective of them) full of child-like innocence, seemingly vulnerable until you disagree with them. Then they make you vulnerable and broken.
It's like in those horror movies. The cute innocent child, a supposed victim of circumstances, displays certain disturbing traits but those are quickly forgotten under the innocence and vulnerability who turns out to be your worst nightmare and ends up devouring you.
They won't devour you, they will devour you self-confidence by asking seemingly innocent questions but they will be such that they will undermine you. And when they show their true colours, you will be left broken, mangled and bleeding, with trust issues and +
... a possibly toxic attitude towards others. They spread toxicity like a contagious disease.

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