Every group of friends is different, but there are stock personalities necessary for a group to function. If you have a smaller group, one person may absorb multiple traits, but either way, they’re all accounted for.
She always has something nasty to say. She’s entertaining until you become her target.
The One Who Always Wants to Take a Selfie
They act like Snapchat is a documentary and they don’t want to miss a thing.
They see trouble coming and have a special way of turning something small into a huge, life-altering mega fight.
They can turn every negative situation into something fun and happy. They always have something nice to say and have the cutest smile.
The One Who Wants to Turn-up on a Monday
And on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday AND Sunday.
The Bad Influence
They can convince you to do anything—drain your bank account for a trip to Cancun, go skydiving, or play hooky from work. They’re like the devil to your angel.
The Judgmental One
They can’t let anyone be happy. Oh you’re going to a Justin Bieber concert? You know you’re 26, right? You think you can pull off bangs? Think again.
The Self-Proclaimed Funny One
They make too many jokes and laugh too hard at them, even when no one else is.
The One With No Money
They mooch off of everyone else and never chip in for pizza and beer.
The One Who’s Always Crying
Drunk or sober, they’re super sensitive. You spend 50% of your friendship consoling them.
The One Who Prefers Calling to Texting
It’s 2016, do we really have to talk? We don’t even know how to set up our voicemail.
The One Who Always Says Something Inappropriate in the Group Text
And it always ends the conversation.
The Know it All
They correct everything you say—an incorrect song lyric, a fact, or grammar. Stop it. Just Stop.
The One Who’s Always Late
There’s always one person who slows everyone down.