As one of the most popular and beloved sitcoms of all time, Friends introduced us to a wide array of eccentric and hilarious characters that each had their own unique quirks and personalities. From the free-spirited Phoebe to the lovable goofball Joey, there’s something about these six friends that resonates with audiences even two decades after the show first premiered.

But have you ever wondered which Friends character you might be most similar to? Whether you’re an uptight Monica or a sarcastic Chandler, taking some time to analyze your own personality traits can help shed some light on who your Friends alter-ego might be.

So if you’ve ever found yourself debating whether you’re more like Ross or Rachel, today we’ll dive into each of the main characters’ defining characteristics so that you can get a better sense of which Friend aligns best with your unique personality.

Chandler Bing: The Sarcastic Joker

Chandler Bing: The Sarcastic Joker

Known for his snarky sense of humor and quick wit, Chandler is often seen as one of the funniest members of the group. He’s also incredibly loyal when it comes to his friendships – no matter how much he may tease them – giving him a bit of heart on top of his biting humor.

If you tend to make jokes at inappropriate times or deliver clever comebacks with ease like Chandler does throughout seasons 1-10 (despite how irritating people find this), then chances are he might just be your spirit animal.

Rachel Green: The Fashionable Overachiever

Rachel Green: The Fashionable Overachiever

When she isn’t busy working her way up in fashion industry, Rachel tends to spend her free time indulging in trendy clothes and expensive self-care routines. As comfortable walking around Central Perk in an oversized sweater as leading meetings at Ralph Lauren (we see what they did there), she somehow always manages to look effortlessly stylish no matter what situaton life has thrown her way.

Sound familiar? If role model chic and working hard to reach your dreams is your modus operandi, then you might have a lot in common with this independent queen.

Phoebe Buffay: The Free-Spirited Optimist

As the resident hippie of the group who sings quirky songs and talks to trees when she’s feeling stressed, Phoebe is definitely one-of-a-kind. Her outlandish views on life make her highly entertaining to watch (and most likely very difficult for those around her). But despite her kookiness, it’s undeniable that she brings a unique type of joy into the lives of those around her.

If you’re a positive person who likes embracing anything unconventional – from holistic medicine to socialist economics – or just generally like radiating a sense of whimsy everywhere you go, there’s no doubt Phoebe would be proud.

Monica Geller: The Type-A Perfectionist

Monoica has always been known as an overachiever since high school, starting first with an unspoken pressure from their parents expecting them both to succeed academically) perpetually cleaning the apartment and preparing gourmet meals even when no one is coming over at any moment possible. She may come across intense at times but for many people you may know deep down everyone really admires this level attention-to-detail Monica-levels intensity.

If list-making or using binder clips liberally bring order and power into your life like they do for Geller top form forever – keeping everything incredibly meticulous while managing not to compromise too much on having fun time – maybe Monica was always going to speak deeply in terms only /r/dataisbeautiful enthusiasts could hope match for certain things about their required lifestyle lists.

Joey Tribbiani: The Lovable Goofball

Despite his charming looks (oooh-la-la), Joey often confuses phrases & language given Chandler-like levels amusements about his speech patterns & vocabulary. But where he may lack in intellectualism, Joey makes up for jovial nature – his sense of humour cherished by all who knows him (Except those with an underdeveloped prefrontal cortex… DON’T SHARE YOUR FOOD, people!). He has this perpetual vibe that everything will turn out okay in the end no matter what goes wrong along the way.

If you’ve ever been called a ‘people person’ and get enjoyment from spending time helping others while maintaining good cheer every step of the way whenever possible, then it’s safe to say you’ve inherited part of who Joey is as a character.

Ross Geller: The Intellectual Neurotic

A Museum curator with a PhD in Paleontology plus high divorce rate experience & being clued-in about break-ups means Ross’ words always carry some weight or another. Due to various childhood traumas and insecurities about whether Rachel loves him (“We were on a BREAK!”), he tends to obsess over minor details often leading into humorous situations like not knowing if “What’s your favorite flavor?” quizzes are fluff or serious science.

If any amount of trivia recollection seems permanently etched already within brain or maintain patience when asked one too many questions on those topics nobody else cares so much about – welcome home Ross!