The 5 Friends In Your Life, As Told By The Teletubbies
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The 5 Friends In Your Life, As Told By The Teletubbies

Ahh, childhood at its finest.

The 5 Friends In Your Life, As Told By The Teletubbies
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Ah, Teletubbies.

A childhood classic full of weirdness that made you want to look away, but you couldn't. From the sun with the baby's face, to the creepy, "Time for Teletubbies" announcer, you're sure to find similarities between the Teletubbies and your friends.

1. Tinky Winky

Tinky Winky is like the old, wise friend. He's gentle and wants to make sure everyone has a good time. People say that this is the entertainer of the group by dancing and singing, and is definitely the leader. The Tinky Winky of your group can be known as the mother-figure of the group because of the magic red bag that has everything anyone could ever need.

2. Dipsy

Dipsy is the sarcastic, stubborn friend of your group. You know, the one that acts like they're having a terrible time and will seclude themselves from time to time, but secretly loves to be hanging out with everyone. Dipsy is actually quite intelligent and you can count on them to be a good friend with sound advice when you need to hear it.

3. Laa-Laa

Laa-Laa is the drama queen, party girl of the group. She likes to sing, dance and have a good time. She's often caught up with looking at herself in the mirror to make sure she looks good. She's always cheerful and is always a good friend to everyone. She likes to be liked and knows more than she likes to let on.

4. Po

Po is the sweet, innocent friend of your group. She likes animals and cute things, like butterflies. She's the one that's timid and shy when you first meet her, but after you break open her shell, she's the center of attention. Everyone loves Po and wants to be her friend. She's also the one that always convinces the group to go get food.

5. The Sun

This is the weird person of your group. They always have the weirdest conversations, do things a little differently and make you wonder how they made it this far in life. You love them to death, but sometimes their jokes get a little uncomfortable. They're also usually the quiet ones in the group, but like to laugh at other people's jokes.

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