Living In A House With Your BFF's, As Told By The Kardashians
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Living In A House With Your BFF's, As Told By The Kardashians

The Kardashians really can be so relatable.

Living In A House With Your BFF's, As Told By The Kardashians

As move-in day is coming closer and closer, we all look forward to moving into a house or an apartment or even just a dorm room with our best friends. Living with your BFF's has its highs and its lows (mostly highs), but most importantly it can be told solely by Kardashian GIFs and memes. While some of us have been keeping up with the Kardashians this summer or watching the new hit show "I Am Cait," we all are familiar with the many faces of the popular family.

They always know how to make your drinks.

Whether it's on the rocks or straight up, they always know what you like and will make it for you.

They always know the deal when it comes to dating.

When it comes to relationships, they know what you're looking for and will have your back.

They're always down to mess with your other roommates.

Pranks are a part of any house and it's the most fun when everyone joins in.

When someone brings new friends over and you've never met them before.

Because #nonewfriends.

When they make you go out the night before a test instead of studying.

They are the worst influences on your education, but have the best ideas.

When someone gets in a dumb fight with their boyfriend and you have to hear about it.

You can't keep a straight face when hearing about these stupid fights and you know they'll be over it in an hour.

You always have that one friend who you'll find dancing with strangers at the bar.

They look like they're having good time and that's what's important, so you just let them do their thing.

Sometimes you have to sit there and listen to stories that you have no interest in hearing.

They listen to your irrelevant stories so you have to listen to theirs.

And there's always the clumsy one who makes the group more interesting.

There is nothing better than having a clumsy friend to always make you laugh when they fall.

But they always know how to have a good time.

And in college, it's important to have friends and roommates who will have a good time with you.

And they will always be there for you no matter what.

No matter what, they will always be there for you and have your back because you have just made life longfriends, who you couldn't even imagine living without.

Whether it's your freshman year or your senior year, enjoy these moments while they last because soon they'll all be memories to look back on after you graduate.

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