17 Different Personality Types In Your Friend Group
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17 Different Personality Types In Your Friend Group

Which type are you?

17 Different Personality Types In Your Friend Group
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Your group of friends - the people you do everything with, the people who you do life with, the people who see every side of you. Though you all some how get along, a group of friends is bound to have some serious differences. With completely different personality types, it's hard to believe that you all manage to find a way to get along. Here of some of the personality types that your friend group may contain.

1. The mother

"What do you need sweetie?"

2. The indecisive one

This is often the friend that makes you guys late for everything.

3. The flake

You have a love-hate relationship with this one. Sometimes you just want to knock some sense into them, but in the end they make you laugh (most of the time).

4. The no-nonsense one

This one comes in clutch when you are dealing with group drama.

5. The hopeless romantic

"He looked at me! It's fate."

6. The clown

This one always ruins group photos.

7. The fitness junky

"I think as a group we could all start eating better."

8. The voice of reason

Everyone has this one on speed dial.

9. The rebellious one

The voice of reason always is trying to help this one get on a better path.

10. The planner

"Oh we are going out? Let me make a schedule!"

11. The artsy one

If this one isn't wearing a half bun, is it even her?

12. The ambivalent one

"Does everyone still like me?"

13. The one that always manages to get hurt

This one can fall on a flat surface.

14. The quiet one

Though this one doesn't usually say much, what they do have to say is either hysterical or super deep.

15. The Debbie downer

No one really likes this one, but you keep her around for some reason.

16. The over-dramatic one

Come the day that this one is actually dying, no one will be able to tell.

17. The peacemaker

This one is always trying to bring the group together.

Your friends - you may be completely different from each other and you may not have a lot in common. Sure you may have times where you may want to kill each other, but at the end of the day, you all some how manage to balance each other out. After all, what fun would it be if every member of the group was the same?

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