THE GIRLS EV­ERY GANG NEEDS

Be­hind ev­ery kween is her strong squad.

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You prob­a­bly met your mates in pretty ran­dom places: on the bus, lin­ing up for a 5SOS gig or when your teacher forced you to sit to­gether… but the fact you’re still friends, well, that’s no ac­ci­dent. Ev­ery group needs a mix of per­son­al­i­ties to make the dy­namic work. Just think: if ev­ery­one in your gang was ex­actly the same, you’d have the same taste in guys and that’s just plain awk­ward! If your squad has any of these types in any com­bi­na­tion, you’re onto a good thing…

THE PRINCESS

You love teas­ing her when she squeals over any of the fol­low­ing: spi­der sight­ings, her hair get­ting splashed at the swim­ming car­ni­val and her squeaky-clean white Con­verse get­ting dirt on them. She’s a lit­tle bit pre­cious and tbh a lit­tle bit spoiled, but you love that she won’t stand for any­thing less than per­fect. She’ll send back that Macca’s cheese­burger if it doesn’t have a pickle on it. She’ll tell peo­ple off if they are dis­re­spect­ful to her or you. Be­cause she’s a kween, ya hear?!

THE LOLS

There’s no sit­u­a­tion this friend can’t make bet­ter with her com­edy skills. The co­me­dian of the group is there to cheer peeps up when they are feel­ing down and make drama dis­ap­pear with a sassy one-liner – the laugh­ter she brings would be missed if she weren’t around! Some­times it’s hard for the group’s res­i­dent goof­ball to get se­ri­ous, which doesn’t help when you ac­tu­ally need some­one to lis­ten to you vent about that fight you had with your BF. That’s where the next friend comes in…

THE CARER

This pal is the one who calms down awks sit­u­a­tions, pro­vides the shoul­der for ev­ery­one to cry on, and has a pretty level head in times of cri­sis. It’s hard to be­lieve you guys are the same age be­cause she’s wise be­yond her years and al­ways has the best ad­vice. But it can be re­ally ex­haust­ing play­ing the role of the carer in the group and wor­ry­ing about ev­ery­one else as well as your­self, so make sure you’re al­ways there to lis­ten to her prob­lems, too.

THE FREE SPIRIT

She doesn’t know her Ezria from her Haleb and has no feels about 1D’s hia­tus… some­times it feels like this friend is on her own wave­length! She doesn’t fol­low the crowd, steers clear of drama and some of her hob­bies are a lit­tle off­beat – she’s an in­di­vid­ual. Find­ing your own path is some­times tough, but this girl has it nailed. She proves it’s our quirky parts that make us unique. #be­y­our­self

THE BRAINS

She may be quiet and book­ish or a loud know-it-all, but you’ve gotta love the brains of the op­er­a­tion. She’ll prob­a­bly cor­rect your gram­mar on a daily ba­sis but your group’s res­i­dent Hermione is brim­ming with knowl­edge about eeeeev­ery­thing, from that pesky maths ques­tion you can’t wrap your head around to the ac­tual rea­son boys are so an­noy­ing (they men­tally ma­ture later than girls, obvs!). How does all that info fit in her head? Don’t ques­tion it – this girl’s level of ge­nius can’t be ex­plained.

THE WILD CHILD

We’ve all got that one mate who seems to be able to con­vince us to do re­ally ran­dom and crazy stuff. One minute you’ll find her try­ing to pinch a life-sized Liam Hemsworth card­board cutout from the cin­ema, the next she’ll be at­tempt­ing to con­vince you those sil­ver se­quin pants would be a great in­vest­ment. Cringe! This gal can’t be tamed (just call her Mi­ley). But it’s cool to have a buddy who helps you get out of your com­fort zone oc­ca­sion­ally – it makes life ex­cit­ing!

THE BIT- OFEVERYTHING

There is most likely a mem­ber who doesn’t fit into any of these cat­e­gories be­cause she is your gang’s all-rounder! She’s funny but not the res­i­dent clown, she gives smart ad­vice, has a wild streak and more than once she’s been the shoul­der you’ve cried on. Hav­ing a lit­tle of each per­son­al­ity means she gets on with pretty much ev­ery­one – which means when there is any kind of drama, she’s usu­ally the voice of rea­son. Throw up your *praise hands* for this girl.

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