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Do You Need A New Best Friend?

Time to reevaluate.

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  1. Paramount Pictures
    All of the time.
    NEVER!
    Often, but we get over it quickly.
    Not often, but when we do it's a HUGE fight!
  2. PBS
    Excited
    Jealous
    Annoyed
    Comfortable
  3. ABC
    YES, they are literally my second parents!
    Sort of.
    I literally text them.
    Not at all, I don’t like being friends with my friends' parents.
    Not really. It’s a “hi” and “bye” type of relationship.
    Just their parents? I'm close with their entire family!
  4. My life!
    My leftovers.
    Nothing.
    My deepest, darkest secrets.
  5. FOX
    Yup, and it really hurt me.
    Never!
    Once, but we got over it.
    Yes, but I did it to them first so it was understandable.
  6. NBC
    More than I can count.
    Oh hell no! They know better!
  7. NBC
    Gossip!
    Eat.
    Watch TV and be lazy.
    Party.
    Go on adventures.
    Shop.
    Creep social media.

Do You Need A New Best Friend?

You got: Yes, time to hold BFF auditions.

Are you sure you two even like each other? It's definitely time to move on. Sure, you have laughs here and there, but it seems like your BFF doesn't have your best interests in mind. If gossiping is the glue that holds you two together...stop it right now.

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You got: No, keep them around.

You HAVE to keep them around! You have way too much fun together. Their parents probably like you better than their own child, if we're being honest. Of course, you sometimes get on each other's nerves. But that's normal. Cherish your friendship!

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