What kind of friend are you?
Every woman needs a friend, but not every woman knows how to be one. Some find it easier to be a hands-off Hannah, while others crave a Sex and the City-style close-knit gaggle of gal pals. Which are you? Take our quiz and find out.
1 / 6
Your closest work friend gets a big promotion -- ahead of you. How do you react?
You sign the department congrats card, attend the department lunch, and chip in for the flowers.
You take her out to lunch yourself and then help her pack and move her desk
Your envy allows you only a terse "Congratulations." It's not like she's your friend anymore, anyway -- now she's your boss
2 / 6
You're trying to plan a girl's weekend someplace fun. How is the planning going?
You're begun an email list, polled everyone on locations, dates and activity preferences, and are collecting deposits. This trip will be so much fun!
Great! You set the whole thing up with exactly the location, activities and features you prefer. If they don't like it, too bad -- they should have taken on the responsibility of planning.
You sway the group towards a beach weekend because you have the best body, and will look fantastic in comparison.
3 / 6
A good pal wants to borrow your favorite pair of slingback pumps for a super-important event. What do you say?
Agree, but then forget to give them to her by the appointed date.
Lie and say you snapped a heel -- if she wants awesome shoes, she can buy them herself.
Say of course and bring them over, in the box, right away.
4 / 6
What is your favorite part of a friendship?
Having -- and being -- a confidante.
Having a built-in dinner date on Wednesday nights.
5 / 6
You're throwing a dinner party. Who do you invite?
The hottest guys you know, but only women whom you think are less attractive than you are.
You carefully plan the guest list, pairing off the seating arrangements by interests and who would have the best conversations with each other.
You don't throw dinner parties; you only go to those thrown by others.
6 / 6
Your friend's boyfriend makes a comment to you that could be construed as rude or offensive. You:
Plot to break them up, because he is obviously a jerk. Shoot first, ask questions later.
Stop hanging out with them.
Bring up the incident to them both in a rational manner and try to resolve the issue.