1. When you go out to dinner with another couple, you...
a. Drop your credit card with a wordless understanding that you’ll split the bill down the middle, regardless of what everyone ordered.
b. Look at the bill, add up what the two of you ate and drank, and just pay that.
c. Reach for the check to pick up the whole tab without thinking twice; your friends will treat you next time.
2. Think about the kinds of parties you throw. They often...
a. Involve pizza, a quick home tour, and guests leaving around 11.
b. Vexingly wind up being on the same nights when most of your friends tell you that they already have other plans.
c. Lead to group picture sharing, storytelling, and hookups among your single friends.
3. Your friends invite you over to their place and introduce you to another couple they’re close with. You really hit it off. You...
a. Think it would be nice to see them again but don’t bother following up.
b. Get their contact info and try to hang out with them separately. It’s not like your friends own that couple.
c. Email everyone the next day suggesting that the six of you hang again...it was fun.
4. You’re typically invited to your friends’ events...
a. A week beforehand.
b. When you bump into them at the store.
c. A month in advance because they said they wanted to “get you on our calendar.”
5. Drinking alcohol in any kind of social setting tends to...
a. Bring you out of your shells -- at least that’s what your friends tell you.
b. Make you the life of the party.
c. Necessitate emails the following morning with “SO SORRY” in the subject line.
6. When spending time with your friends’ children, you...
a. Say the right things about their cuteness but avoid prolonged interaction.
b. “Jokingly” ask when they’ll be put back in their animal cages.
c. Get wink-wink offers from your friends like, “Hey, guys, want to adopt our kids?”
7. The two of you get into a fight before meeting friends. You...
a. Call them up to cancel the evening…you’ll just be in snippy moods.
b. Chat up your friends’ good-looking spouses and shoot each other death stares.
c. Call a temporary truce so you can have a good night…even if you’re faking.
8. After friends have you over to their home for dinner, you...
a. Tell them, as you’re walking out the door, how nice it was since you never get your acts together to entertain.
b. Bring home the leftovers of whatever food and wine you brought.
c. Send them a quick email the next day to say thank you…and you’ll return the favor.
9 You’re in a group at your friends’ place, and people start gossiping about a couple you all know. You...
a. Keep dishing more dirt. “People! Guess how much Laurie and David’s new home cost? Oh, and Amy and Bill are divorcing.”
b. Nod and chuckle occasionally but don’t contribute anything. It’s bad karma.
c. Only chime in if it’s something funny and won’t make you look like jerks later on.
10. Conversations with friends always seem to drift toward...
a. A heated, table-pounding, and somewhat one-sided political discussion.
b. The latest antics of your adorable Bichon Frise -- accompanied by photos!
c. How you don’t see each other enough.
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