Which Republican Candidate Should You Be Friends With?
With the primaries in full swing, there's one question on your mind: if I were to befriend one of the Republican presidential candidates, which one would it be? We have the answers you need--now you can get cozy with pizza, Netflix, and your new BFF!
How much pizza do you eat?
What's your favorite TV show?
Choose your favorite Obama meme.
Which Trump quote makes you LOL most?
What state would you move to if you could?
Choose your favorite Hillary Clinton.
Which Hogwarts House do you belong in?
Get ready to party loudly and obnoxiously, because you're meant to be Trump's wing-person! There's no doubt about it--although you may not share every one of Trump's personal values, you know how to spend a lot of money, have a good time, and you're unafraid to speak your mind. You're the most likely in your current group of friends to raise a controversial opinion even when you're unsure if it'll be backed by others, but you're also good at rallying people behind a cause. With Trump and his boatloads of money, you'll have a brand old time making America great again.
You're a leader among the group. Like Fiorina, you may have made waves by being a strong female in the workforce or among your classmates, but you're so whip smart that nobody has a minute to judge you for it. Carly is someone who can give you career advice and who will have your back. You and your new BFF Carly can kick back and watch House of Cards together.
You're the every man; the boy-next-door who really believes that we need to give the power to people. Maybe to a lesser degree than Trump, you're also someone to speak your mind. "Tell it like it is" is basically as much your slogan as it is Christie's. You and Christie can play sports and watch sports together, but just be careful not to drown out each other's opinions with your own.
Like Ted Cruz, you're someone with diverse interests--the kind of person who names more than one show as your "favorite." Like Ted, you value education and would live in Texas if given the choice. You might have a 'likability' problem, because people just don't agree with your viewpoints, but that's OK, because Cruz is known for the same, so he'll get you. The two of you can lament over a Netflix marathon that combines all your (many, many) favorite shows!
You're kind of an underdog, and someone who had to work there way to get to where they are now. You're all about hard work and making it happen, and you don't let the haters stand in your way. Marco Rubio is the perfect bestie for you, and the two of you can cool off by the beach and some Florida palms when you're feeling down.
Whether or not you're particularly religious like Dr. Carson, you stick to your beliefs and your values and have a strong sense of community. You're more on the serious, quiet side and would love to hang out with your new best friend Ben Carson, just hanging out at vegetarian restaurants. Try not to be too awestruck by the fact that he has books (and movies based on them), because the two of you can really hit it off.