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Here's What Most People Think Of Their BFFs

According to a BuzzFeed poll on friendship habits.

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Last week, we put out a poll asking you to tell us about your very best friend(s).

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We wanted to know — can you have more than one BFF, can an S.O. also be a BFF, are BFFs really FOREVER? Here are your answers...

A little over half of you thought it's OK to call someone a BFF as soon as you feel it.

When it comes to one ultimate BFF vs. multiple...

Meanwhile, 19% of you thought the opposite — that only ONE person could be a best friend. 9% of you didn't have an answer.
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Meanwhile, 19% of you thought the opposite — that only ONE person could be a best friend. 9% of you didn't have an answer.

You were split, however, on whether it was weird to intro you friend as your "BFF":

What about romantic partners vs. friends?

85% said BFF breakups are more painful than than S.O. breakups.
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85% said BFF breakups are more painful than than S.O. breakups.

However, those of you who consider your S.O. to also be a best friend must find those breakups excruciating...

How about local friends vs. cross-country friends?

Just 8% of you thought you needed to be able to physically hang out with someone frequently to be able to call them a BFF.
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Just 8% of you thought you needed to be able to physically hang out with someone frequently to be able to call them a BFF.

Over half of you were definitely on board with calling relatives BFFs:

And finally, a majority of you thought it was normal to have a multiple BFFs in your entire life...

While 19% of you thought you could have "tons" and a mere 3% of you said you could only have ONE BFF for your entire life.
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While 19% of you thought you could have "tons" and a mere 3% of you said you could only have ONE BFF for your entire life.

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