Which Gay Best Friend Are You?

“I was told there would be champagne.”

    1. Watching a movie with friends
    2. At a secret rave in an abandoned warehouse
    3. With a small group of friends at bar
    1. Scouring the internet
    2. Screaming “SERFBORT” at the club
    3. Reading a trashy novel in bed
    1. New Orleans
    2. New York City
    3. London
    1. Seattle
    2. Anywhere warm, please
    3. A quiet suburb
    1. Red Wine
    2. Beer
    3. Coffee is your drug of choice
    1. Tequila
    2. Anything that comes with an umbrella
    3. Bourbon
    1. Physical chemistry
    2. Being able to have a witty and intelligent conversation
    3. Whether or not the other person actually likes you
    4. Did you shower? Do you smell weird?
    5. Nothing, you know you look good
    6. Trying to check your phone without being rude
    1. An entire cheese pizza
    2. Leftover take out
    3. You would rather just light up a blunt
    4. Something sweet
    5. You don’t snack after dinner
    6. Chips from the nearest vending machine
    1. “Defying Gravity” - Wicked
    2. “Back In Black” - AC/DC
    3. “Say A Little Prayer For You” - Dionne Warwick
    1. “Coming Up Roses”- Ethel Merman
    2. “No Scrubs” - TLC
    3. “Don’t Dream It” - The Rocky Horror Picture Show
    1. “I would have never guessed you were gay!”
    2. “Wait, you watch football?”
    3. “You can totally pass for straight.”
    4. “I KNEW you were gay!”
    5. “You don’t sound gay.”
    6. “You obviously know more about fashion than I do.”
    1. The power of flight
    2. Invisibility
    3. SUPER strength
    4. Power of persuasion
    5. The ability to communicate with the deceased
    6. Telekinesis
    1. Mostly sports teams and ESPN
    2. Museums, musicians, and artists
    3. Business and finance sites
    1. You don’t twat, tweet, or anything like that
    2. Everyone and their mother, you can’t get enough
    3. Anyone that makes you laugh
    1. You drop everything to help them out
    2. You find out who messed with them and make them pay.
    3. Let them learn their lesson, they wouldn’t listen to you anyway.
    4. Just watch and laugh.
    5. Stand by them through it all.
    6. Make a grand gesture to cheer them up.

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Sarah Karlan is the Deputy LGBT Editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
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