What Type Of Friend Are You?
Aww, you’re the best. You always have ibuprofen on hand, and you’re known to recommend certain attire for your friends. You show you care by nurturing your friends when they’re down, and they love you for it. After all, someone’s got to make sure they’re taking their vitamins and not texting their exes.
Who knows if you’ll show up?! (You’re really bad at responding to things.) But when you do grace us with your presence, it’s always an incredible time. You care for your friends by inspiring their spontaneity and taking them out when they feel down. Life would be oh so dull without you.
If not for you, no plans would ever happen. You care for your friends by seeing them often, inviting them to fun social outings, and introducing them to other people. And although they’ll probably forget to RSVP once or twice, you’ll forgive them because you care about them so much.
Ah yes, wise one. You have all the answers to life’s biggest questions like, “Should I get a new job?” and “Will I ever find the one?” and “Why did my mom do that on Facebook?” Your friends come to you in times of crisis looking for big, life-changing advice. You care for them by listening, offering sensible insight, and often recommending a book in which the main character “went through the same thing.”
If you don’t post a photo to Instagram, did the hangout really happen? You show you care for your friends by commemorating the good times! You’re the type of friend who remembers almost everything and can usually recite conversations word for word. Your friends love how attentive you are and are lucky to have you taking care of the social logistics.
Yes, it means you always say “yes!” You’re the type of friend who is quick to respond to an urgent text and is always up for extending the night. You show you care about your friends by being reliable, fun-spirited, and adventurous. They’re inspired by your energy and aim to be a lot more like you.
You’re the first one they call. Out of your friend group, you’re the most… handy. Whether it’s an innate skill or just really knowing your way around the internet, you always find a solution for any problem. You care for your friends by bailing them out of tough situations. They love to be around you because you leave them feeling safe and cared for. You’re like Google, but better.