IDK, my BFF, Jill?: The Best Besties of All Time

by: Sarah and Kaitlyn

We’re two besties writing together, so in the tradition of being BFF’s, we thought that we ought to keep a good thing going and compile a list of the all-time best besties in literature, film, television and real life.

1. Lucy Ricardo and Ethel Mertz from I Love Lucy

These two besties had all day, every day to hang out and hobnob around with each other. When there was no fun to be had, they created it. These BFF’s shared a love for all things hilarious, making their friendship full of sunshine. And they were neighbors. Everyone wants to be neighbors with their best friend.

2. Tod and Copper from The Fox and the Hound

[caption id="attachment_41" align="alignright" width="300"]foxandhound These two defied the odds of nature. (Photo courtesy of: Tumblr.com)[/caption]

Excuse us while we blot our eyes with a tissue. Their tragic best-friendship gets us every time. Together they defy everything that says they should not be friends—including nature. Any friendship that can defy the circle of life? That’s true friendship.

3. Oprah and Gale from real life

The most iconic best friendship of all time. They’ve been best friends for forever and never leave each other’s sides. In return for their awesome friendship, Oprah gives Gale her own TV shows and talk radio shows. Both of them are constantly benefited from each other’s friendship.

4. The girls from Sex and the City

These ladies accurately depict conversations that we all have with our besties. No shame. They also depict things we’ve done and couldn’t help sharing with our besties. Maybe a little shame.

5. Joey and Dawson from Dawson’s Creek

Best friend, occasional lovers and total soulmates, these two are sickingly adorable best friends that put up with everything. Even when the third member in their love triangle, Pacey, ruins everything more times than we can count on our hands combined, Joey and Dawson’s friendship prevails.

6. Harry Potter and Ron Weasley from the Harry Potter series

They put up with each other’s teenage angst, death-inducing adventures and the few crazy girlfriends. Not only that, but Harry treasures Ron’s friendship so much that he marries into his family. Although, we wouldn’t mind if J.K. Rowling wrote us into the roles of their girlfriends, instead.

7. Blair and Serena from Gossip Girl

Spotted: two besties strolling the streets of New York City. Do they love or hate each other today? Will these boyfriend-stealing, party-crashing, minion-needing best friends stick together no matter the problem? Our sources point to yes. You know you love us. XOXO Gossip Girls

8. Sophia Grace and Rosie from real life

[caption id="attachment_43" align="alignleft" width="300"]sophia These two have so much fun being ridiculous together. (Photo courtesy of: Ellentv.com)[/caption]

If you’re living under a rock and still don’t know who these cuties are, turn on the Ellen DeGeneres show or YouTube. These bestie cousins have graced our screens with their class, British accents, star-power, singing and dancing talents and of course, tutus.

9. Lizzie, Gordo and Miranda from Lizzie McGuire

We’ve got a triple-bffl here. Who didn’t want to be in this clique growing up? Gordo was the first guy-friend on television that made us want to have guy-friends. And still have a best girl-friend, too. These three relied on each other to get through the treacherous period of life that is high school.

10. Ted and Marshall from How I Met Your Mother

(Also Robin, Lily, and Barney) Let’s be honest, these friends are the new Friends. These five best friends might sometimes be lonely, depressed and confused, but they always have each other. Which is all a best friend really needs.

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