The Faithful Friend
Your friends know that you’ve got their backs. Need a ride in the middle of the night? You’ll be there, no questions asked. You give great advice even if you know your friend will ignore it and you’re weirdly protective—but in a comforting way.
If people keep talking over your friend in a group, you’ll be the one making eye contact with them so they know someone is actually listening. You take your friendships seriously and expect others to do the same. Plus, you have your priorities straight when it comes to your phone. Keep it up!
The Low Maintenance Friend
You’re happy doing just about anything and your friends know that they don’t have to talk to you every day for your friendship to be solid. When you do hang out, you always try to make the most of it and leave distractions at the door.
You’re typically forgiving if your friends don’t always make you feel like a priority, but you’re not afraid to be honest either. If your friend is glued to their phone, say something! They probably don’t realize that it’s dragging down the conversation and bumming you out.
The Hype Friend
You have a knack for making your friends feel like they’re on top of the world. When your friend sends you a meme that you’ve already seen, you act like it’s the first time.
Your friends can always count on you to take the best pictures of them for Instagram and reinforce the choices they make—even if you probably wouldn’t have made the same ones. But be careful not to rely too much on your phone for fun or you could lose sight of what your friends really need. Nobody wants to feel like they’re not as interesting as what’s on your screen.
The FOMO Friend
You’re up for anything—but it KILLS you that you can’t do everything all at once. You try to make your schedule as flexible as possible so you don’t miss out on the next big thing and if two friends hang out without you, you’ll stress about it for days.
While hanging out with friends, your focus isn’t always where it should be but you’re working on it. If you’re worried about missing a text or a streak, you’ll miss out on what’s happening around you. Try keeping your phone in your bag or pocket to prevent the temptation.
The unapolOgetic Friend
You don’t apologize for being yourself and your friends respect you for it. You know you have flaws, but who doesn’t? When it comes to spending time together, you do what you want and your friends know to go with the flow. Sometimes you have strong opinions, but your friends can always count on you for the hard truth.
Can you handle the truth too? You probably need to use your phone less. Way less. It sends the message that you care more about what's on your screen than the people around you.