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Will You Be a Psycho Bridesmaid?

by Leslie Koch

So your friend is getting married and she's asked you to be a bridesmaid. Congrats! It's an honor — and a huge responsibility. Will you rise to the occasion or bring crazy to the wedding? Take this quiz to find out!

When you go out with your girlfriends, how does the night usually end?
1 of 10 questions

You run home in tears after running into an ex-boyfriend

You dance on a table while the entire bar claps and cheers you on

You make out with a random guy in the bathroom

You're ready to go home, but wait patiently for your friends to finish up

You have a blast dancing with your friends

Your best friend announces she's getting married. What's your first reaction?
2 of 10 questions

Immediately start planning the bachelorette party. It's going to be wild!

Hug her and ask her for every detail of the proposal

Fight back tears. Your personal life is in tatters and this is the last thing you need.

Tell her all the amazing details of your own engagement/wedding

Let her know you're available 24/7 to help with the planning

You're helping pick out bridesmaid dresses. Your top priority is that your dress:
3 of 10 questions

Is a chic designer number

Flatters everyone in the bridal party

Won't make a dent in your wallet

Fits the bride's theme and venue

Flatters your figure

You're in charge of the bridal shower decorations. What do you get?
4 of 10 questions

Animal-print tablecloths and a feather boa to string across the doorway

Floral centerpieces you arranged yourself

Elaborate centerpieces from a high-end florist

Streamers and a "Congratulations" banner from a 99-cent store

Handmade decorations that took you an entire month to sew, knit and crochet

What gift will you bring to the bridal shower?
5 of 10 questions

You'll probably wait until the last minute, forget to shop and grab something from your closet

A spa day for two — so you can enjoy the gift with the bride

A pair of handcuffs, scented candles and a personal "massager"

The most expensive item on her bridal registry

A traditional registry gift plus sexy lingerie

You're planning the bachelorette party. Where will you go?
6 of 10 questions

It depends on what the bride is comfortable with. You'll talk to her before picking a venue.

You'll let the other bridesmaids decide

A strip club or risqué all-male revue

A spa or resort where you can pamper yourself

Somewhere close to home so you don't waste an entire weekend

The bride's friends are broke and don't want to spend a lot of money on the bachelorette party. What's your solution?
7 of 10 questions

Downgrade to a seedier strip club. You'll still have a fun time.

Offer to pay for their share of the evening. You really want this night to be a success.

Research venues and ask friends for ideas to come up with a less expensive plan

Suggest you call off the whole party. It's going to be hard to find a cheap alternative.

Tell them to suck it up. If they can't afford an expensive outing, then they shouldn't come.

The bride is on the verge of a breakdown at the final dress fitting. The gown does not fit! What do you do?
8 of 10 questions

Ask the tailor if she could possibly fix the dress, even if it costs extra

Offer to loan the bride your padded bra and corset

Tell the bride her dress looks fine

Speak to the tailor personally and get her to fix the dress at no additional cost

Remind the bride you didn't like the dress in the first place

The groom gets drunk at the rehearsal dinner and hits on you. What do you do?
9 of 10 questions

Say "no" but don't tell the bride. You don't want to rock the boat.

Pretend you didn't hear him and slink away. You don't mention it to the bride.

Slap him in the face and shout "NO!" loud enough for the entire party to hear

Say "no" and immediately tell the bride. She should know what she's getting into.

Go for it. He's kinda cute, and your friend will never find out.

Your fellow bridesmaid is totally unstable. She has a breakdown the morning of the wedding and starts sobbing. How do you react?
10 of 10 questions

Join the bridesmaid in complaining about the wedding and the bride

Tell the bride what’s happening so she can handle it

Ignore the bridesmaid and focus on getting your hair and makeup ready

Hug the bridesmaid, tell her you understand and hope she quiets down

Tell the bridesmaid in a calm but firm way that she can't behave this way