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Am I in love with my best friend?

Do you have a special person in your life that you've always only thought of as a friend, but recent events are making you wonder if there is more to the friendship? Do you get butterflies in your stomach when you’re around them?

These may be signs that you are falling in love with your best friend! You could take this quiz to help you figure the feelings out. Are you prepared to handle the truth about your relationship?

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Ready for your result? You definitely like him/her! Actually, I'm surprised you even felt you needed to take this test! Maybe it's time to start wondering "does he/she like me back", just to see if you guys are made for each other. Good luck!
He/she has a strong attraction to you that makes you think about him/her all the time. I really hope you guys can fall in love and be a happy couple. You might not be together for now due to some reasons, and that's why you're struggling. Please do keep faith and believe that love is on its way!
Your feelings for your best friend are REALLY complicated. Sometimes you think him/her as a perfect partner, but sometimes you know that you'd better keep the friendship as what it is now. In a weird way, he/she might notice that feeling as well. You guys really need more time to see what kind of destiny life has in store for you.
Your relationship and bond with him/her is not that strong. Sometimes you show your fragile side to him/her just because you feel lonely. Don't rush into any conclusions yet. You deserve someone that could make you feel more passionate.
You two seem to be really good friends - best friends. I think you're probably just not used to having such a close friend relationship, and you confuse it with a crush. However, you know it'd be too weird going out with him/her, as you two are just great friends.
Love Of Your Life
Perfect Type
Infatuation Maybe
Just Out Of Loneliness
Pure Friendship