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you can remove this if you don't have a conscience. i assure you i will not hunt you down.
skin by: Jane
Tuesday, June 05, 2007 @ Tuesday, June 05, 2007

What Kind Of Friend Are You ?
1. After much affort, you've finally become a member of the "it" crowd at your school. But when a new girl tries to sit down at your lunch table, members of your clique don't treat her so well. In fact, they're being downright cruel. You ....
A. You join in with your friends and tease the new girl. There's no point in jeopardizing your status over someone you don't even know.
B. Don't actually make fun of the new girl, but you don't stand up for her either. You managed to work your way into the clique without any help, why should you bend over backward for her?
C. Tell your friends to simmer down and give the girl a break. It's gotta stink being the new kid in school and not even know who's who or where to sit. If they're really your friends, they'll respect your opinion.
2.You walk into biology class, and instantly members of the "it" clique are all over you. They've heard a rumour about your best friend, and they want you to tell them if it's true or not. This is the first time anyone from the populars has ever bothered to acknowledge you even exist. You...
A.See this as an opportunity to boost your social status, so you confirm that the dirt is true.
B. Get nervous and neither confirm nor deny the rumor, not wanting to sell out your friend, but not wanting to detract from the attention you're getting.
C.Stand up to the populars and politely tell them to mind their own business. The attention of the "it" crowd isn't worth jeopardizing your friendship.
3. You've been looking for an oppotunity to talk to Rachel one-on-one so you can invite her to the upcoming school dance, but when you finally do, Rachel's only interested in finding out more about your best friend, Jack, who you happen to know also likes her. You...
A. Tell Rachel that Jack isn't looking for a girlfriend right now, hoping that she'll turn her affections toward you.
B. Are clearly thrown off, but collect your composure and try to steer the conversation back to you. If Jack is so interested in Rachel, then he should tell her so. It's not your place to get in the middle.
C. Realise that there's no point in gettin in their way and tell Rachel that Jack likes her back-they should go for it! If Rachel's not into you, what's the point of pursuing her?
4.You and your BFF( Best Friend Forever , natch ) have been invited to a party where the "it" crowd will be. Once you get there, you find out that everyone's drinking. and you and your friend are being pressured to join in. You know your BFF doesn't want to drink, but you're not sure how to say "no" and save face at the same time. You...
A. Convince your BFF that one drink won't kill anybody and maybe she should break out of her shell a little bit.
B. Decide to drink just a little alchohol, despite your friend's wishes. After all, if she doesn't like it, she doesn't have to have any.
C. Realize the situation makes your BFF really uncomfortable, so you suggest you both leave the party and catch a movie instead.
5. You've got a really important track meet after school, and even though you know your BFF has a really busy schedule, you expect him to be there for you, just like you were there for his big basketball play-offs a few months back. At the end of the school day, you see your friend heading home instead of out to the bleachers. You...
A. Accuse your friend of being selfish. After all, you would have been there for him.
B. Tell your friend that you're bummed out he can't make it and harbor a grudge for a few days.
C. Give your friend a break. Just because you expected something different doesn't mean your friend has to do exactly what you want.
How'd you do? Give yourself 10 points for every A, 20 points for every B and 30 points for every C. Look below to find out what kind of friend you are.
50-70 points = Looks like you could use a few tips on how to be a good friend, as most of the time you're more concerned with making yourself happy than keeping your relationship in good shape. If you don't make some changes, you might find yourself with very few friends left in your posse.
80-120 points = Most of the time you know just how to be the perfect friend, but sometimes situations come up that challenge your sense of what's right and wrong when it comes to the key people in your life. A good bet to making the right choices is to ask yourself how you'd feel if the roles were reversed.
130-150 points = You're the kind of friend anyone would be lucky to have. You're loyal, trustworthy, and you know that to have good friends you need to be a good one in return. Keep up what you're doing and you'll never find yourself alone.