13 Ways Blair And Serena Perfectly Describe You And Your Best Friend

13 Ways Blair And Serena Perfectly Describe You And Your Best Friend

Blair and Serena have been the pinnacle of friendship goals since 2007 and will, take my word for it, remain that way forever.
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Anyone who has ever watched Gossip Girl knows that although Chair and Derena and Dorota/Vanya are all iconic facets of the Upper East Side we adore so much, the true heart of the show lies in the two fierce and fabulous female leads, Serena van der Woodsen and Blair Waldorf.

From sipping coffee in Paris to meeting on the steps of the Met for lunch, Blair and Serena have been the pinnacle of friendship goals since 2007 and will, take my word for it, remain that way forever.


Despite all the competition and jealousy, the secrets and the scandals, at the end of the day, these two are each other's ride-or-dies. A friendship that unbreakable is rare. Unparalleled. If you've found the Blair to your Serena (or the S to your B), then you're one of the lucky ones.

Here are 13 signs that you and your best friend are, in some alternate universe, actually Blair and Serena:


1. She encourages you to step outside your comfort zone.

2. You can be brutally honest with each other.

3. She knows you inside and out, worst habits and all...

4. ...Which means she can see right through the facades you put up.

5. You've inevitably endured the third wheel situation...

6. ...But she never made you feel unimportant.

7. She loves you despite your unbearable character flaws.

8. She believes in you when you don't believe in yourself.

9. You're always there for her when she needs you...

10. ...And she's always there for you, too.

11. You get unabashedly sentimental about how much the friendship has impacted you.

12. You know that you can take on whatever life has to throw at you as long as she's with you.

13. The two of you have been through so much together that you're actually not best friends at all. You're sisters.



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Dear Mom, I Hope You Know

I hope you know that I am here for you--until the very end.
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Dear Mom,

I hope you know that I appreciate you.

You are the hardest working woman I know, continuously putting your family before yourself. Thank you for doing all of the tedious jobs that no one wants to do like keeping the house in order, cooking the food, and doing the laundry. Thank you for constantly putting up with my siblings and I. Thank you for always supporting us in our interests and hobbies. Thank you for investing in our daily lives and listening to our minor problems. Thank you for always loving us unconditionally.

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I hope you know I'm sorry.

I know I can be a big pain in the butt sometimes, and for that I'm sorry. I'm sorry for yelling at you, arguing with you, not listening to you, and making dumb decisions at times, but thank you for loving me anyways. Thank you for helping me stand back up, teaching me right from wrong, and pushing me to be the very best version of me.

I hope you know your love inspires me.

You live your life with a love that is contagious. Whether its nurturing love, tough love, friendly love, or romantic love, you have it all and you show it daily. The love you and Dad share is something I hope to find one day and the love you have for your family is evident in the way you constantly put us first.

I hope you know that you are my biggest role model and hero.

Ever since I was a little girl, you have been the person I have looked to in my life. You are strong, independent, confident, loving, supportive, and nurturing-- everything I strive to be as a woman and as a future mother. You give the best advice, even when I don't always take it. Though, I should know better by now because mothers always know best. Without you in my life, I honestly don't know where I'd be.

I hope you know that you are my best friend.

Not only are you my biggest cheerleader supporting me in everything I do, you are the person I talk to about everything, whether it's good or bad. I'm honestly so thankful for the relationship we share because I've had countless screwups and you literally give the best advice. Seriously, thank you for being the person I can count on at all times, at any time of the day or even night to just talk with. I mean we really do have some of the best conversations, best laughs, best cries (when needed), and the most fun watching cheesy chick flicks together or going on crazy shopping adventures.

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I hope you know that I am here for you--until the very end.

I don't mean to make you cry or anything -- even though you probably already are, but I want you to know that when the time comes, I'm going to be there for you just like all of these years you've been here for me. I will be there to support you, talk with you, laugh with you, cry with you, and love you for all of my life.

Honestly, I can't really imagine my life without you -- but it doesn't matter because I wouldn't be here without you, so here's to you.

Thank you for being you.

Love you lots!

Your daughter.

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Dear Random Roomies, I'm Glad I Didn't Know You BEFORE College

I chose my roommates randomly, and because of that, they've have become some of my best friends and my greatest blessing.

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To the sweet women of 732,

I had no idea when I replied to your GroupMe request for a roommate on May 2nd that I would soon be blessed with the friendship and love of the three of the most incredible women I've ever met, and that I would learn and grow so much without ever leaving my dorm room.

Moving in with three strangers was definitely awkward. You all worked hard to not call me "Mary." I put my alarm on "quiet" in fear of waking you up too early (even though I missed my 8:30 a few times because of it). I portrayed my best self, careful not to let you in to see my weaknesses or my struggles. I was looking for people to live with, but I for sure wasn't looking for friends.

But then we made cookie bakes late at night. Then you covered me up with a blanket while I was taking a nap and let me borrow a shirt. We spent several nights laughing, dancing, and ranting. Then we stood up for each other. Soon we opened up about how our hearts had been broken, and how the darkness of the world has touched each of our lives. In the blink of an eye, we were friends. I noticed myself looking forward to coming home to my support system — my ladies of 732. And when I walked in the door shaking after reading a text message that almost broke my heart, your arms were the ones I wanted to run into.

You all have taught me the value of having people in your life that care, people that can tease you, people that you can laugh with (and at), and even people that are completely different as you.

Despite being involved in different things, being in different majors, from different hometowns, from different churches, and not knowing each other before college, we've created quite a home for ourselves in 732. You've become my go-to gals, the source of my laughter, my "daughters," and the people I'd drop everything to drive to pick up or share a Mac and Cheese with. ;)

We've gotten the incredible privilege to not have the pressure of friendship to allow it to grow through awkwardness, taking some L's, and a lot of heart to hearts.

I am more thankful for you all than you will ever know.

All my love,

Mary Clare

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