When it comes to your girl squad, every gal brings something different to the group…. and that's what makes the crew you roll with so dang special.
It's what sets your girlfriends apart from the rest of the world.
You appreciate your mains for their similarities, but also their differences, their strengths and their faults.
Even when one of your girls is being annoying AF and you literally can't deal, you still love her deep down because she's your gal.
That's what an ultimate squad is supposed to do. At the end of the day, they need to be there for one another, no matter what the circumstances are.
If you're going through the worst breakup ever, true friends would be right at your side with pints of your favorite ice cream flavor. They'll drown your sorrows in a sugar-induced coma and chick flick movie marathon, and they may even treat you to a nice mani-pedi.
Good friends are also there to make the biggest (slightly obnoxious) fuss about you on your birthday. You guys can party the weekend away like total queens. You'll love every second of it because there's no one else you'd rather celebrate with.
Your group is well-rounded AF, and you wouldn't have it any other way.
No matter whether you're the leader or disaster of your girl squad, we all have our moments. No one is the same, and no one is perfect.
Here's how to tell which one you identify with the most:
1. The Leader Of The Girl Squad
She's the confident gal everyone in the squad goes to for advice. She's a positively driven gal, and everyone can always count on her.
She's always honest, whether the word is good, bad or ugly AF. She's also a trendsetter, and has unique, awesome ideas.
Everyone relies on her to make the plans.
She's always a great listener and motivator.
When there's a problem, she knows how to figure it out with the best solution.
2. The Disaster Of The Girl Squad
Everyone has conflicts, but this chick doesn't know how to bend when it comes to setting a plan. She rarely gets inside jokes because she cancels so much.
She can be a drama queen.
She's never sure where she stands with everyone.
She's known to be unreliable, and she's not confident enough to defend a friend's back.
She doesn't put the squad first. Honestly, she never really has.
Responding to group texts is not her forte.
Like I said before, every friend is unique in her own way, and that should be cherished.
We all have our own strengths and weaknesses. If you have to pull a friend aside for a little chat, so be it: A girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do.
But try to focus on all your friends' best qualities. It's what really makes them shine.