How Good A Friend Are You?,
OK, so you try to be there for your friends but when you're doing these favours, is it really them you're thinking of first-or yourself?
Take this quiz to see if you pass the friendship test.
1. Your best friend calls you in tears - she's just found out that her parents are getting divorced. What do you do?
a. You chat about it for a bit, always bringing the conversation back to your own parent hassles. You also get sick of this sad conversation pretty quickly.
b. You offer to meet her and talk for as long as she needs, even though you know she'd be too busy for you if the situation was reversed.
c. You let her pour her heart out about it for as long as she needs to talk, and you let her know you're there anytime she needs you.
2. Your friend is meant to meet you for a movie, but she calls at the last minute to cancel because a guy has asked her out. How are you feeling when you get off the phone?
a. Annoyed that she didn't make the date for another night and decided to swipe you instead. Next time you talk to her you make the suggestion to not to stand each other up for guys.
b. Majorly pissed off that she's dropped you, so you call all your other friends and bad word is not allowed about her.
c. You're cool with it - you're used to people blowing you off when they get a better offer.
3. You're shopping with some friends and one of them tries on a really unflattering outfit. What do you say?
a. That it looks great - you wouldn't want to hurt her feelings.
b. That it looks really bad. Then you go and try it on yourself, even though you know she'll be really upset if it looks much better on you.
c. You're honest with her but in the nicest possible way. You don't want to hurt her feelings, but you don't want her to look bad, either.
4. You're at a party and your best friend is about to get a ride home with a guy who's had way too much beer. What do you do?
a. You tell her she's being silly but you don't do anything to stop her.
b. You stop her from going with the guy, then you take her home in a cab. Even though the next day she gets mad at you for ruining the chances with the stupid guy!
c. You stop her and you keep an eye on her for the rest of the party, then you arrange for a friend who lives near her to get her home safely.
5. Your friend has a major crush on a guy but he asks you out. What's your plan of action?
a. You tell him you're not interested even though you are - then try to set the two of them up instead.
b.You go for it - all's fair in love and war, after all.
c. You blow him off - your friend would be majorly miserable if you decided to go for him and you don't like him that much, anyway.
6. It's your best friend's birthday, so what do you splurge on?
a. The outfit she's had her eye on for ages, even though she forgot your birthday last year. b. Something you know she'd really love but wouldn't buy for herself.
c. The first thing you find - she can return it if she hates it and as usual, you've left it to the last minute.
7. How would you describe your perfect friend?
a. Funny, loyal, honest - qualities you admire most in a person
b. Around when you want to hang with her, but understanding if you can't spendtime with her when you do other things.
c. She care about your feelings and offers as much to the friendship as you - something you don't get now.
8. You find out that your best friend's boyfriend cheating on her. What do you do?
a. You ignore it - it's better not to get involved in stuff that can get messy.
b. You don't tell her and you go out of your way to make sure she doesn't find out - even though you feel guilty.
c. You tell your friend, as gently as you can, what you saw. She has a right to know that he's a sleazoid.
9. You and your best friend go on shopping expedition and wind up in the dressing room in exactly the same outfit. What do you do?
a. You joke about how the two of you must have a psychic connection, or at least extremely good taste - and both of you buy it.
b. You put it back on the rack (even though you love it) and let her buy it.
c. You insist on buying it and try to talk her out of buying it,oo, by saying she can borrow yours.
10. One of your friends is having a party. What do you do?
a. You help her with every stage of the planning, from guest lisst to making the food. In fact, you seem to be doing more than she is!
b. You go over the party afternoon to help with the last minute prepping, like cooking and decorating.
c. You bring along heaps of friends to give the party some atmosphere.
1. a=1 b=3 c=2 , 2. a=2 b=1 c=3 , 3. a=3 b=1 c=2 , 4. a=1 b=3 c=2 , 5. a=3 b=1 c=2 , 6. a=3 b=2 c=1 , 7. a=2 b=1 c=3 , 8. a=1 b=3 c=2 , 9. a=2 b=3 c=1 , 10. a=3 b=2 c=1
What it means:
10 - 16: Me first
You think you're preety important and you expect your friends to think so, too. You expect them to accommodate all your needs and your huge ego. Friendship's not important to you unless you benefit from it - and your friends know this and don't appreciate it. Every once in a while, try giving back to your friends as much as you take - you may be surprise to learn what true friendship is all about.
17 - 23: Caring and sharing
You're a good friend who knows that being caring, honest and loyal is really important in a true friendship. You're lucky because you have balanced friendships where you and your ates look after each other and don't always just take advantage of others. You can count on your friends to be there for you and they can always count on you. They know you're a true friend.
24 - 30: Full-on friend
You put a lot of effort into your friendships and you always want the best for others, but do your friends appreciate you for it? It's all very well to think about them but don't forget to take care for yourself as well. You naturally give a lot and true friends won't take advantage of this - they'll always stick by you. Watch out for users who see how nice you are and try to cash in on it.