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Which Friends Character Am I Quiz

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Friends characters: the beloved sitcom about six friends in New York City

Friends premiered in 1994 and quickly became a cultural phenomenon, known for its witty humor, heartwarming moments, and iconic catchphrases. The show's enduring popularity has made it one of the most beloved TV shows of all time, with fans around the world still binge-watching and quoting the show to this day. At the heart of its success is its diverse and lovable cast of characters, each with their own distinct personalities and quirks that have kept audiences entertained and invested for over two decades.
The show's characters range from Ross Geller, the nerdy and lovable paleontologist, to Rachel Green, the fashion-conscious and independent young woman. Other notable characters include Chandler Bing, the sarcastic and hilarious office worker, Joey Tribbiani, the lovable and dim-witted aspiring actor, Monica Geller, the perfectionist and caring chef, and Phoebe Buffay, the quirky and eccentric musician. Each character is expertly developed, with their own unique storylines and relationships, creating a dynamic and entertaining ensemble that has become synonymous with the show itself. Friends' characters have become beloved icons in popular culture, representing the joys and challenges of young adulthood and the enduring power of friendship.

Which character personality quiz

This fun project is inspired by crowdsourced ratings of character personalities collected by the Open Psychometrics website, namely by over 3 million volunteers of the Statistical "Which Character" Personality Quiz to rate characters on descriptive adjectives and other properties, which can be aggregated to create profiles that users can be matched to as part of a personality test. For more information please check out Open Psychometrics.

This data was obtained from under a Creative Commons license and Gyfted’s tests are non-commercially available in open source form.