What TV BFFs Are You And Your Best Friend?
Just like Broad City's BFF pair, you and your best friend are very, VERY close. You can't go a day without speaking to each other, and when you're making trouble (which is often), you're making it together.
From the outside, it may look like one of you is the ringleader and the other the sidekick, but if you're both being honest, you know you both depend on each other. Yours is a partnership — you might not always be super sentimental, but you have each other's backs.
Just like Parks and Recreation's Leslie Knope and Ann Perkins, you and your best friend became best friends unexpectedly — it took a while for you to find each other, but now that you have, you can't imagine life before you did. You're crazy about each other.
Like Winston and Nick on New Girl, you and your best friend have known each other since (almost) the beginning. You have other close friends now, but there's no bond like that between people who grew up together — and no shenanigans quite like the ones you two get in together.
Like Taystee and Poussey, you and your BFF have your ups and downs (and maybe some unresolved tension); when you fight, you fight hard, but it's only because you love each other so much.
Like Mad Men's Don and Roger, it's not always clear to other people that you and your BFF are as close as you are. You approach your relationship frankly, and sometimes coolly — but just because your love for each other goes unspoken doesn't mean it's not very real.