The 4 Types of Friends Every Woman Needs

Friends / Friday, September 8th, 2017


The 4 Types of Friends Every Woman Needs

Remember when I posted about Friend Karma and how I’m a firm believer that you have to encounter some really shitty people in life before you get to the good, life long friends? You know, it’s like natural selection for the cut-throat, back-stabbing, two-faced bitches we have all encountered at one point. Well, in addition to dealing with terrible people then finding great people, I also believe that there are 4 types of friends every woman needs. Each person is going to bring something different to the friendship that’s going to make you a better person. Think about it, you know there is one of each in your circle, and if not, then you’re lacking somewhere.

The Bitch Type

This friend is one that will keep your witty comebacks up to par. There’s an unspoken understanding between you two that she who gets the last word is the alpha-bitch. That is only until tomorrow though. She will bring you to the brink of complete and total loss in sanity frequently. She will push the limits and your buttons because she’s some sort of rare bitch-magician that found them right away. You’ll find that when you’re together, arguing about trivial, worthless topics suffices as quality time. Telling one another to “fuck off” is a term of endearment. She’s also the friend you have to warn other friends about before they meet. It goes both ways though because the two of you together have a level of vulgarity that could kill a priest. You will often forget why or how you became friends with this person. Then, she’ll send you a screen shot of someone’s latest Instagram selfie that you both mutually hate, accompanied by the words “did you see this bitch?”

Ah! There it is! That’s why I have the bitch Friend.

She's also the friend you have to warn other friends about before they meet. Click To Tweet

The Exquisite Type

This friend is one that will keep you grounded. She is soft-spoken and sweet. She thinks highly of her “mom face” and “mom tone,” but only her kids and husband take it seriously. She’s the type that will deliver a compliment to someone just bec

ause they gave her one. After a while, you start to wonder if she really did like that sweater you wore last week or if she just said she did because you complimented her hair that same morning. If she got paid to bite her tongue, she would be a millionaire. She doesn’t offer her opin

ion freely, but if you ask, her response will exemplify reasoning, logic, and precisely no profanity. If you ever hear this friend say “what the fuck?” you know something has gone terribly wrong. Instead of asking if everything is ok, you should make like Michael Jackson and beat it, as it is likely the world is due to end momentarily. With that being said though if the zombie apocalypse were becoming a reality, this friend has enough food in her pantry to survive off of for at least six months – there will only be healthy options.

This type of friend is similar to that of a unicorn and will be the hardest to discover and retain. You’ll see her and want to be friends with her immediately, but you’ll also be intimidated by how well put together she is. If she wants to be your friend, take advantage of this opportunity and do not screw it up. You’ll need her cultivated wisdom and guidance when dealing with the bitch type.

The Supporter Type

This friend is the one that will always text back. If she were in labor, dilated to a 9, running low on the epidural, she would still respond when you ask her opinion on a dress. She is there to listen regularly and validate your emotions then convince you that you’re not bat-shit crazy all within one conversation. She will always listen to you, but she won’t always give an opinion. Sometimes you’ll wonder if she even likes you or just feels bad for you because you have displayed how needy you can be. Despite being a code red destitute – when no one else asks how your day was, she most likely will. She’s so considerate of you, your time, and your feelings that she’ll make a strong impression on you and in turn, you’ll be a better person because of her. Like the exquisite type, the supporter is a challenge to find but undoubtedly required.

The Realist Type

This friend encompasses a portion of each breed. She’s the bitch friend when she has to be real with you and tell you to get your shit together. She’s the sweet friend when you’re together in a large group of people. You can’t underestimate her though – she will sit across from you (purposely) and give you a look that only you can decrypt. The look usually means one of two things: Omg, that girl needs to stop drinking, or Omg, did you see that guy? She’s the compassionate friend when you need someone to talk to; when the only person in the world that could understand how you feel is her. When you behave like a demented lunatic with a side of sarcasm, she’s the one that says, “I love you, but you’re being crazy.” You’ll still love her after she disagrees with you and tells you that you’re wrong on some things. That’s because she’s put up with you for so long that you can’t start over with a new friend. It’s likely that this will be one of a few, if not the only person you can converse with about opposing views, and remain Facebook friends. The realist friend is the one who snapped photos of you back in your early 20’s and still humiliates you annually on social media with them. She will also team up with your husband from time to time, agreeing with him on something that caused an argument between you and him. That’s because she understands the importance of stroking his ego from time to time to justify a 45-minute phone call at 11:00 pm on a Monday night. That takes place in bed. Next to him. The realist type showed up at the right time, helps through the hard times, and stays through the best times. No matter what you say or do, this one isn’t going anywhere. This friendship is like that saying “you’re the family I get to choose” but you’ve become so close that it really is like having a sibling you’ll never get rid of.

So, there you have it. The 4 Types of Friends Every Woman Needs. Which one are you?

14 Replies to “The 4 Types of Friends Every Woman Needs”

  1. I definitely have those different types of friends and I think I’m the realist or at least I am with my closest friends

  2. I would be happy with one friend and all those capabilities. I have found real friendship is found when you get older and less is more. When you have a family and move away relationships crumble and you have to start over and everything changes and evolves.

  3. Oh my gosh, this is HYSTERICAL. I don’t know which one I am. I like to think I’m a realist, but maybe only just because I’m a little bit of the other three? I feel like you’d have to ask my friends- they could tell you better than I can!

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