Top 7 Ways Every Friend Has Helped Their Drunk BFF Out

A friend that's there when you're in need is a friend indeed.
  1. Crying Drunk

    Your BFF will always hold you down when you're drunk. They will either drag you out of  public view and into a room where you can cry your eyes out or they will tell you to get it together and stop. 

  2. Hold that Hair or Stand by the stall

    We all have that friend that runs to the toilet at the end of the night. Whether you're holding their hair back, standing by to make sure they're good or just standing by the stall for moral support, you're a good friend.

  3. take a tumble? Not today

    If you're a good friend, you make sure your best friend won't tumble onto the sidewalk and stay there. You'll be that friend that puts their arm around their shoulder and says, "Alright, let's get you home."

  4. ranting

    It may be a story about that guy or girl that you've heard over and over again, but your best friend will always be there to just listen (mainly because they know you're drunk). 

  5. one too many

    The realest of friends will know your body better than you know it. They stop the drinks from flowing into your system to save you from yourself when you can't save yourself. They know how much alcohol your body can tolerate. 

  6. hydration station

    The best kind of friend is the one that sleeps over to make sure you're not only OK but brings you water in the morning when they know you need it. They'll stick around to make sure you're OK and maybe even order or get breakfast for you to make sure you're OK for the rest of the day. 

  7. Designated Driver

    The realest of this list of friends is the one that either calls the Uber to get you both home or doesn't drink for you and takes the keys to drive you home.

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