17 Signs You're "The Mom" Of Your Friend Group
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17 Things You Say And Do When You're The 'Mom' Of Your Friend Group

We all have that one friend.

17 Things You Say And Do When You're The 'Mom' Of Your Friend Group
Olivia Jacques

We all have that one friend who acts like a mom. She always has everything you could possibly need, she checks up on you and when you think of her she reminds you of a mother. If you're a boy and your girlfriend does any of these things, odds are she's the mom of her friend group.

1. She has everything you could possibly need in her purse


Advil, tissues, hand sanitizer? You name it, she has it.

2. You always go to her when you have a problem


3. She always checks up on you


"How was your day? Did you get to class ok?"

4. She makes sure you get home safe 


"Did you make it home OK?"

5. She makes sure you stay on top of your life


"Did you get your homework done?" "I'll take you to the doctor."

6. She gives great hugs 


7. She plans fun things for you and your friends to do


"Do y'all want to get ice cream and see a movie on Sunday?"

8. She is a doctor without a degree 


"I made you some tea with honey for your cough. It will help."

9. Sometimes, she has really bad dance moves but she thinks they're great


10. She is your biggest fan


11. She probably loves wine


12. She always knows what you want for Christmas 


13. She takes some pride being like a mom


14. She is like a momma bear if one of her friends has their feelings hurt


"You never needed him! You're your own person!"

15. She always wants to take pictures 


"OK, last one! I promise!"

16. She always has mom sayings 


"Because I said so."

17. Overall, she is the coolest


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