There are all levels of friendship out there: coworkers, neighbors, old friends, new friends. But there is no bond like the one you share with your best friend. She's the girl you can be totally yourself around, who will always be there when you need a shoulder to cry on, and who will never say no to ordering takeout.
She isn't always the one you've known the longest, or even the one you spend the most time with. But there are certain ways someone proves she really is your best friend — she cares about you, she jokes with you, and she just gets you. She's the Tina to your Amy. The Rachel to your Monica. The Oprah to your Gayle. You've celebrated together, cried together and done a whole lot of nothing together, but no matter what you are doing — good, bad or boring — you're always just happy to be together.
Best friends, like all friends, are loyal. They're kind. You share a sense of humor. You like going out together. But in addition to these typical friendship traits, there are certain instances that set your best friend apart. These are the times that make her deserving of her title as "Best." And that's why you love her so darn much.