10 Tips On How To Be A Good Friend

10 Tips on How to be a Good Friend

I have spent the last five years mastering the art of  how to be a good friend to other mothers. From eating Crisco straight out of the can to leaving floaters in my guest toilet, I can say that I’m a better friend now than I’ve ever been. Lucky for you, I’m sharing my top 10 tips…

1. Be an average-sized person. Do you like hanging out with really skinny people that make you feel fat? Me neither. That’s why I eat ho hos and bon bons on a daily basis. I never want to make my friends feel fat while they’re hanging out with me. Sometimes I get a little too thin, and when I see this happening, I just eat more Crisco straight out of the can. It’s the least I can do for my friends.

2. Don’t do a great job cleaning your house. I don’t know about you, but whenever I’m at someone’s house, and I see a little counter-top clutter, I feel more comfortable. And – a dirty toilet or fingerprints on the bathroom mirror? Thank the Lord – I feel like a normal person. I work hard to make sure my house is never too clean for guests – and I can always count on my dog or one of my kids to make it smell like a giant fart, which I think is a nice touch.

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3. Make sure your kids scream bloody murder while you’re on the phone. My friends know that when they talk to me on the phone, they’re going to hear my kids yelling and screaming. I like to think of this as a special gift I can give my friends. It either makes them feel totally normal when their kids are also screaming in the background. OR – it makes them feel like they are great mothers because their kids are NOT screaming in the background.

4. Burn dinner when you have dinner guests. When you have dinner guests, it’s usually a good idea to royally mess up something – just to make everyone feel like great cooks themselves.One Thanksgiving I purposely left the bag of guts inside the turkey and made a big show of taking it out of the cooked bird while we were at the dinner table. Everyone immediately felt like they were better than me. Mission accomplished.

5. Never look too put together. This is a tough one for me, because I tend to be fairly put together. But before I leave the house, I try to mess myself up a little bit so that no one feels dumpy when they’re with me. Sometimes I smear a little baby poop on my pants or on my shirt. I’ve been known to tear holes into the knees of my jeans… you get the idea.

6. Forget your kid somewhere. I haven’t done this yet, but I’m keeping it in my back pocket in case of a friendship emergency. Forgetting your kid somewhere pretty much guarantees that no matter which one of your friends is having a bad day – they’re still a better mother than you!

7. Update your Facebook status wisely. You will never see me posting things on Facebook like, “My kids LOVE picking up their toys” or “Oh my gosh, I have to buy myself smaller jeans (again)!”  No, you won’t. Because I am a good friend. Instead, I post things like: “Man – this lice just won’t go away.” or “Bedbugs suck!” or “How did I manage to gain 15 pounds this week?” Be a good friend – think before you Facebook.

8. Stop cleaning your minivan. Minivans were made for smashed goldfish crackers, spilled milk, stinky socks, and maybe a little vomit. Once I stopped cleaning mine, my friends felt normal. And I found that it helped to ward off any minivan jealousy from my friends that haven’t gotten theirs yet.

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9. Wear your pajamas everywhere. No matter what I’m wearing, I feel amazing when I see another mother wearing Sponge Bob pajama pants while she’s dropping her child off at preschool. Seriously. You want to be a great friend? Rock the PJs in public!

10. Leave some floaters. I always make sure I have a few floaters in the guest toilet, especially when company is coming over. Nothing makes people feel like they’re a better all-around person than me than finding a few floaters in my potty.

Some are easier to implement than others, but once you get the hang of it, we can all be better friends!

Related post: 10 Ways To End A Mom Friendship

About the writer

Anna Luther is the mom behind the blog, My Life and Kids, where she strives to make you feel better about your messy, crazy, fabulous life. Find her on Facebook, on Pinterest and Twitter @LifeandKidsBlog.

From Around the Web


Gina Glandorf Contrucci 10 months ago

The #1 way to be a good friend (to me anyway). Is to UNDERSTAND SARCASM!! Oh and to like alcohol!

Ashton Cargile 10 months ago

Bahaha!! Love this!!

Sarah Kennedy Lembo 10 months ago


Beth 10 months ago

Awesome post!

Jaime Silvano 10 months ago

The point is to be real. Our flaws make us who we are. Real friends will be okay with some flaws because they have their own.

Cathy Davis Donnabella 10 months ago

Laughed till I cried!!!

Wendy Clarke 10 months ago

lol … best thing about this is I don’t even have to try or think this way!! shame on me!

Sarah Neely 10 months ago

Still laughing

Tracy Ann McCollough 10 months ago

too funny!

Maureen Mulcahy Purcell 10 months ago

Lol a little gross. But I am 100% on jammies for drop off.

Lydia Lettrick 10 months ago

Baha!!! One thing’s for sure…I do not want to be friends with anyone who took this seriously! Sarcasm is a must have in my friends..because let’s face it I can not be taken seriously most of the time

Melissa Merideth 10 months ago

Less pressure and more fun ? I’m in ! LOL

Beth Arsenault 10 months ago

LOVE this. ..i have lots of GREAT friends & am apparently one myself :)

Trisha Arkoumanis 10 months ago

Bahahaha! Yes, I feel much better about myself now.

Erin Bracewell 10 months ago


Melanie 10 months ago

I love it! You can be MY friend!

Jill Cornacchione 10 months ago

Volunteer for every school committee. lol

Amy Steel 10 months ago

Now I realize why I have so few friends. Lol

Cynthia Battle Shafer 10 months ago

I have purpose….I am a “good friend”:)

Christy Cernech Whittington 10 months ago


Brandy Lee LeCompte 10 months ago

I am a PERFECT friend according to these tips! :) As for the first few comments….. I feel like those people have stumbled into the wrong room and are very lost. Leave.

Susan Hardin Burgess 10 months ago

Alrighty then …..

Kim Sunshyne 10 months ago


Lisa Benveniste 10 months ago


Jennifer Boers 10 months ago


Life With Teens and Other Wild Things 10 months ago

Jealous of the minivan HA!! I love it. I actually miss my minivan. HATE the stupid little puddlejumper I drive now. The big, ugly people-mover would’ve been SO much more convenient now for hauling teens around!

Kelly Martin 10 months ago

Thanks for the belly laugh!!!awesome :-)

Andrea Wegrzyn 10 months ago


Terri 10 months ago

My kids are no longer in the baby stage but I can rock boogers all day long. United we stand!

Ana Hughes 10 months ago

Omg this is hilarious!

Rebecca Schemmerling 10 months ago

Lmao!!! Thanks for that I needed a good laugh after last night 😉 Carina Jakovleski

Ana Lopez 10 months ago

Seidy sounds legit lol

Karen Surry 10 months ago

LMAO!!! So funny, another great read

Kaitlyn Rosa 10 months ago

I’m so glad I follow this page. I read so many of the articles and think “thank god I’m not the only one” lol

Amanda Journey 10 months ago

Judging by some if the comments, sarcasm is a lost art.

Aimee Bermingham Miller 10 months ago

Floater in the toilet is because kids FORGET to flush!!! Never fails. Flush like clockwork until guests are over. Then, someone has forgotten.

Aimee Bermingham Miller 10 months ago

So funny lol

Erika Busser 10 months ago


Ayla Ervin 10 months ago

What kind of Crisco is she eating? Must be butter flavored. Original is too bland it at least needs salt.

Veronica Herrera 10 months ago


Jessica Celaya 10 months ago

This is hilarious

Bethanie Vi 10 months ago

Ok so this is a funny. But why do people have to go to such great lengths to think about how to be a good friend? Is it seriously evading you that much?

Kylee Logan 10 months ago

I just want mom friends who aren’t crazy, jealous or petty. Is that possible??

Kara Kimball 10 months ago

Epic!!! I am totally that friend!!!

Sarah Schuster-Wiser 10 months ago

Omg…..I’m not a mother and I laughed so hard I cried when I read this!!

Jamie Klecka 10 months ago

I’m dying laughing.

Candace Lee Bartel 10 months ago

Hahaha that was funny!!

Bobbi Smith 10 months ago

Hahahaha this is hilarious!!! According to this list I am a great friend!!! Hahahaha

Jenn McPherson 10 months ago

This list Is actually true. I’ve always wondered why I have a hard time keeping mom friends

Jessica Castelli 10 months ago

Or be a good friend by showing that you don’t judge another friend’s parenting skills based on ridiculous superficial things. :) (And P.S. I know this article was supposed to be funny… just sayin’).

Rachel Shinabery Hacker 10 months ago

I think I’ve got this covered!

Cristine Thomas 10 months ago

It’s tongue in check! She isn’t saying to really purposefully be a mess . The Facebook one made me laugh because I do have friends who’s statuses are just complimenting themselves … May as well post “why I’m superior to you today !”… Funny

Lena Lemon 10 months ago

I am a hot mess , but don’t have any mom friends , and according to this list I would be an awesome friend (except #10 )

Holly Poole 10 months ago

Seriously, this helps my day in every way!! Sometimes I really feel like this is what our “friends” want from us to make them feel better

Barbara Elizabeth 10 months ago

This is a joke….I’m like all 10 of there tips

Adrianne Parks 10 months ago

LMAO!!! Love it!

Rainey Jones 10 months ago

These are strange but I get the humor behind it.

Kari Olivares 10 months ago

I love this! Thank you!!!!

Betty Coleman 10 months ago

Thought I had a Great friend,what a foo I have been (SMH)

Rachel Reichley 10 months ago

LOL!! Hilarious

Sevena Fischer Gagnon 10 months ago

Hahaha!! That is awesome! I’m totally a GREAT friend!! My house is never too clean! I’m not too thin or too fat! Every time I try a new recipe I screw it up! I have given up talking on the phone cuz my kids are always yelling!!

Raylene Hansen 10 months ago

I’m creeped out thinking that leaving a floater in the toilet is being a good friend lol. Flush!

Amanda Garland 10 months ago

Good god people it’s just a joke! Chill out

Margaret Leszkovics 10 months ago

Love it!

Jane Denton 10 months ago

Lol think before you facebook!

Sarah Trieb 10 months ago

This one was kinda weird….LOL

Rose Walker 10 months ago

O.o what? Firstly 1. Some people simply have no control over being super thin, or very over weight… Medical issues can cause both…

Rachel Marie 10 months ago

This is weird lol. What kind of friends are you trying to attract. I see if things go wrong don’t stress about it , we are human and busy moms but to purposely screw up…..right

Leslie 10 months ago

Yep. This solidifies it. We’re meant for each other.

Randi 1 year ago

I sent this to my 34 year old daughter who has 4 kids ages 6 and under. She says her life is about cleaning up poo and vomit. She is the proud owner of a mini van with lots of ick in it.

Jane 1 year ago

1. Be an “averaged-sized person”? You do know that the average size person in our country is overweight, right? How about “be any size you want to be, and accept the consequences”? If someone wants to eat ho hos all day and be fat, fine. If someone wants to be small and skinny, fine. If your primary concern with your friends is each other’s weight, you might want to reconsider the validity of your friendship.

Mom to Grown ups 1 year ago

This list will also make you an awesome mother-in-law

klubai 2 years ago

That is a funny article, but I would never follow these tips because for me thay seem only as a joke. Who can eat a lot just in case not to be fatter than your friend? 😀

Kim- One Classy Motha 2 years ago

I LOVE this list! I’ve done just about everyone of them, including #6. I accidentally left her at the gym daycare and went home to eat eggs. I secured quite a few friendships with that little maneuver.

BeeandSea Stank 2 years ago

i know! maybe this is my calling.

Megan Decker 2 years ago

Hahahaha!! It's like you wrote this yourself!!

Yana 2 years ago

Anna, thank you so much!!! And I was thinking that I have to be perfect in every way, but I am so not! Every time my sister told me that I have to relax and just take it easy and be simple I thought she was crazy. But now I understand how uncomfortable I made her feel. How I made everyone feel so uncomfortable. God, I am so tired of always pretending that everything is great and perfect. I see now why some of my friends stopped talking to me…And why it is so hard for me to meet new friends…I was doing it all wrong. I am a bad friend:( wow..I hope i still have a chance. I want to be a good friend. Thank you Ladies, I’ve been reading this block for few months now and i feel so much better about myself. I have learned so much. Thank you. Please keep writing.

Sonja Clark 2 years ago

I knew I was a great friend! Finally an article that proves it!

Sonja Foster Duruji-Chris 2 years ago

I am a GREAT friend :)

Kennedy 2 years ago

I now have an excellent reason not to clean my van out. Just the other day my husband looked in there and flinched (not sure if it was the mess, stuff or smell there) then asked me the hoarders show did minivans…

Becky Reynolds 2 years ago

Been there a few times….Alexis just rolls her eyes and scolds me when I finally show up…"Jeez mom!"

Maria del Mar 2 years ago

I will totally follow you on FB just because of #7. Goodness knows I'm about to unfriend some lifelong friends over this repeated crime of gloating about how "blessed" their lives are! 😀

Erin McLean Klope 2 years ago

HAHAHA!! I love this!! Anna will you be my friend? 😉

Heather Leann Fall 2 years ago

#6 is funn, I had a neighbor call me in a panic today because she didn't know it was a half day and was far far away while her kid was in the school office forgotten. And my first thought was "Yea I'm not the only one that can't keep track of this crazy half day schedule." and my second thought was "How can I make her feel better about this, cause I know she feels like an ass." lol

BeeandSea Stank 2 years ago

i'm a pretty darn amazing friend. except for number 8. whether minivan or subaru, i will never cave on number 8.

james 2 years ago

lol my gosh I found a place where no one will ever nag . my mom was better homes and gardens and an expert with the white glove . I got the impression that women were all neat and expected the same from their boy friends or husbands what a shock to find such
web site. I really don’t like clutter but I just can’t seem to break the habit now i’m amazed that I am.still single. Remember Red Greens ole saying If your wife don’t think your handsome she’ll at least think your handy.I do like a gal I can at least be able to carry over the theshold

Pania 2 years ago

And I was trying so hard to be the worst friend. oh…since having 4 kids I don’t have any personal time for friends. I’ve committed acts 2,3,4,5,6,8,10. Re act 10 – just clean your toilet for guests and see what your little monsters can do in the minute before they arrive). I used to frown upon nurses who turned up in their PJs at preschool. Not anymore. Act six – this happened last weekend actually – lost three when I let them out for a walk around the block and they wandered off to the playground. Soccor dad found them and rang police. Police visited next morning when I was in PJs and cat had just peed on our bed so our whole house stunk like a skunk. Hahahahahaha Life. I am the BEST friend ever.

Bev 2 years ago

I laughed out loud with each new entry. I also find being a good friend easy, when meeting her at a restaurant for lunch or dinner.

Alison 3 years ago

Oh, don’t forget dropping the f-bomb every now and then in conversation. I always feel at ease when a Mom I feel seems so perfect and sweet drops a nice F bomb! You list just made me laugh so hard….I thank you for that :)

Pam @Mommacan 3 years ago

haha, the last one made me spew my coffee. One time my son save a green floater for three days so his older brother could come and see it on a visit home. Mega gross. lol

Mama D 3 years ago

#2 is so true!! Nothing like walking into a spotless house to make you feel inferior. 😉

Melissa 3 years ago

# 7 & #10 killed me! Thanks!

Debbie 3 years ago

Great list. Love it. People are our friends because we make them feel at home and this list can sure do that. Really like the not having the house so clean.

There is nothing worse than walking into someones house and feeling like you better not even sit down. You might want to throw a few dishes in the sink also and let them know that the dishwasher is full of clean dishes. You just haven’t gotten around to unload yet.

Thanks for the smiles.

Jacqui 3 years ago

Can I swap my Taurus for a minivan since we don’t have one? It fits the rest of the description!

Also, I have to swap my pajama pants (which I don’t own, weird I know) for the oversized sweat shirt with grease stains. Otherwise, I’m an amazing and wonderful friend!

Jennifer 3 years ago

I feel so much better about the green water in the toilet in the kids’ bathroom. I’m not a bad mother/housekeeper… I’m a good friend.

kellimack 3 years ago

your list made me realize that I am damn near close to the perfect friend. thanks for the post!

Jessica Smock 3 years ago

Yes, yes, yes! I saw a friend at a museum this weekend, and we decided to plan a play date for the next day. We both looked at each other and said, “My house is a mess!” We purposefully didn’t decide which house to go to the next day so that both of us would feel okay not cleaning up.

Angela 3 years ago

Can we be friends? Sounds perfect to me! Great post.

Heather @ Kraus House Mom 3 years ago

This is the best list ever. They should make Public Service Announcements out of this.

Amber phillips 3 years ago

Done and done!

AJ Collins 3 years ago

This is funny!! Thank you for this list. I actually have left a messy house on purpose to make a friend feel more comfortable!! :) Funny and so true

JennMarie 3 years ago

Who said dogs and kids needed separate toys? Mine prefers the dog toss to his own!

TheHeadacheslayer 3 years ago

LOVE THIS!! You can definitely be my friend 😉 You have a wicked sense of humor–thank you for sharing it with us!!!

Meghan 3 years ago

Dang! So close, yet so far away! I THOUGHT I was doin a pretty good job of being a friend, but lo and behold, I can count them on one hand. Okay, more like two fingers.

At home, I spend the whole day in pjs and am lucky if my hair gets brushed before the hubby gets home, yet somehow I always manage to put on real clothes, do my hair, AND apply makeup before having people over or leaving the house.

Thanks so much for helping me to identify my shortcomings. I will have to make immediate corrections to get my friendships back on track!

Kim- One Classy Motha 3 years ago

I love these! You are so selfless, and I bet you have a ton of friends!
I actually did forget my kid…I took her to the gym daycare, worked out, then went home without her and made myself a 3 egg omelete. It wasn’t until my husband came downstairs and asked where she was that it dawned on me. In my defense, it was Veterans Day, she would have normally been in school.

Meredith 3 years ago

You are amazing! Yes, yes, and yes! Too-skinny people tend to scare me, as does anyone who has their hair done before preschool drop-off. Reeks of suspicious robot-likeness vs. likable humanness!

Jodie 3 years ago

…I was going to say it would be apropos… Only misspell it as après poo… But you get where this whole thing is going fast…

Jodie 3 years ago

I think that number ten should actually be number two on the best friend list. Just because it would be appropriate. And funny. Yea, that too.

Jennifer 3 years ago

I literally almost shot tea out of my nose reading and laughing at this, esp the last one! Hilarious!

Mom Off Meth 3 years ago

I am the best friend anyone could ever ask for then!!!

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

Nothing like a set of twins to make everyone a great friend! :)

Nina 3 years ago

Love this! My minivan is practically a science experiment–that’s for sure.

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

You’re a genius!

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

“Poise Pad” moment – story of my life! :)

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

See? So in a way, it WAS on purpose – to make your SIL feel awesome! What a great gift to give!

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

Didn’t you know? I’m your neighbor…

Okay – totally kidding. That was weird, wasn’t it? :)

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

I love that you didn’t even have kids yet!!! HA!

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

You are one smart woman! :)

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

Hmmm…. that’s true. I always try to pretend like I was right in the middle of cleaning or just about to start. Definitely something that takes some practice. :)

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

Great point!!

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

Feel bad? No way – be proud! :)

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

Absolutely!!! (And can you send me her number?) :)

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

See? It’s really an art to be such a great friend!

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

Woo hoo! You’ll be the best friend ever pretty soon!

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

Maybe your pajama pants aren’t bright enough? That might help! :)

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

It’s okay – 9 out of 10 still makes a pretty excellent friend in my book! :)

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

The feeling is mutual!

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

It’s on its way! 😉

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

Yup – what she said – it’ll be junked up again in no time. Just remember not to clean it again! :)

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

Best Friend Ever trophies – coming soon!

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

You’re right. Definitely don’t try to achieve anything – that’s totally crossing the line! :)

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

Clearly we need to be friends IRL!

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

Now THAT is a good friend!

Anna @ My Life and Kids 3 years ago

Bwahahaha! Off to eat some more Crisco! :)

MILF Runner 3 years ago


Loved this :)

zeemaid 3 years ago

Finally people agree perfection is overrated! :)

Sahar 3 years ago

I do them all, but still don’t have friends :(
All girls I know are jealous and talking how I’m doing phd with 3 kids and expecting #4 while they can’t even read a free books.
Maybe should add ” not to work your future” to the list

Joy 3 years ago

I would be the best friend you ever want to have in life. You would NEVER feel like the sloppiest person or mom. Living proof right here.
Because I’m a good person. Thanks for reminding everyone!

Tanya 3 years ago

I’ve pretty much nailed the cleaning out the car! I usually make it look extra dirty when I know one of my mom friends will be driving with me. 😉

Natalie 3 years ago

I’ve always said that the dog fur and grit that the dogs track in, need to be left for the kids. I’m so thoughtful — it’s all about boosting their immune systems. Your kid wants to lick the dog toy? Go ahead! He won’t get the plague when he hits pre-school. You can thank me later.

Mom22Tweens 3 years ago

One major faux paus, Anna — you look too slender and perfect and put together in your profile pic for any of this to be real. How about I send you a photo of myself, with my hairstyle a time warp mixture of 80’s Big Hair and 00’s Bedhead, to better illustrate your “I’m a big fat mess” persona? :-)

Amber 3 years ago

I used to be a terrible friend… clean house, gourmet food for playdates, the works. Then I had twin boys and now I am a GREAT friend.

Mom22Tweens 3 years ago

If you have kids & a dog like mine, don’t bother — they’ll re-dirty the rug (and the minivan) before you’re done reading the next blog post!

Grown and Flown 3 years ago

Make sure your kid never stars in anything…no leads in the play, no president of the student body, no top athlete. If your kids slips up and does one of these things, make sure no one finds out.

Rachael 3 years ago

I need better friends….maybe I’ll just buy them the crisco. Haha this is awesome! Thanks!

karen A 3 years ago

This is so funny that it caused me a Poise Pad moment. How about making it a poster that we can buy on Cafepress?

Tara L 3 years ago

I actually had the Thanksgiving incident happen to me this past year, not on purpose. I’m sure I made my SIL feel like a better cook.

Kay 3 years ago

Either someone has been stalking me to see how I do things or we have a lot in common! Either way, this post is genius.

Mercy 3 years ago

Ok, now I don’t feel so bad about my messy house and dirty floors and toilets.

Hana 3 years ago

I’ve managed to keep a lot of friends by giving all the credit of a clean house, well cooked meals and my overall sanity to my housekeeper. And then I give them her number. Friend of the year award coming my way!

Shannon 3 years ago

Oh. . .my. . .god. . !!! I am the best friend EVER!!!! I never even realized!!! I am awesome!

Hannah 3 years ago

Love this, I have done some of these. But I don’t have any friends so I don’t have to do the rest haha.

wendy @ mama one to three 3 years ago

I am becoming a better friend every day! Go me!!

Nicole @MTDLBlog 3 years ago

Yeah..I’m with you Alison on #10 – that’s where I draw the line…LOL. I’m a terrible friend in that department, all my toilets are clean. :-)

Nicole @MTDLBlog 3 years ago


Trish 3 years ago

Well, darn. I should have a TON of irl friends!

Alison 3 years ago

I am clearly an awesome friend.
Well, except for #10. :)

Beth 3 years ago

I had a friend who needed to read this list. She was tiny, well dressed, hair was perfection, her house was neat, nary a cluttered surface to be seen. She managed to cook delicious nutritious appetizers when we come over for beer and football game (while I had store bought chips and dip). The icing on the cake? This was before I was even pregnant with my son! We no longer hang out (through no known fault of my own) but man I wanted to be just like her! Maybe I crossed the line with looking like a complete case.

Momchalant 3 years ago

We would be best friends because I have all of this going for me except the mini van, but I need to pop out a few more kiddos before I upgrade. (Yes, I consider a mini van an upgrade)

Wendy 3 years ago

Love it! I’ve found there’s a fine line between making your friends feel like they’re normal, and making them think you’re a total mess, and they don’t want to associate.with you!

Mom22Tweens 3 years ago

Except “being an average sized person.” Why settle for average when you can be way above average?

Mom22Tweens 3 years ago

I am an awesome and genuine friend, because I’ve done nearly all of these things without even trying!

ilikebeerandbabies.com 3 years ago

Love this list. Love Anna!

Thekitchwitch 3 years ago

From the looks of this (hilarious!) list, I am Friend of the Year. I am waiting for my tiara to arrive.

Stephanie 3 years ago

Oh, man! I just cleaned the floor of the minivan. Should I go out there and sprinkle some of it back over the rug?


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