What’s Your Romantic Comedy Relationship Type?

By Jennifer Hall
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(Photo by Matt Carr/Getty Images)

(Photo by Matt Carr/Getty Images)

Red and pink dominate the isles of our favorite retailers, while ads for jewelry, chocolate, and flowers invade our online activities.

It’s that time of the year, the time for LOVE. With Valentines Day only days away, we find ourselves paying extra special attention to our significant other—or the lack thereof.

So what does your relationship or past relationships say about you?

We’ve taken some of our favorite romantic comedies and formed 5 distinct associations.

Read our romantic comedy evaluations and find your Romantic Comedy Relationship Type!

A. When Harry Met Sally

Friends-turned-lovers. This brilliant romantic comedy asked the question, “Can women and men be just friends?” In the end romance always wins out, and if your relationship type is When Harry Met Sally you’ve found yourself in-love with your best friend.

B. Pretty Woman

Richard Gere plays a businessman who rescues a young prostitute and introduces her to the finer side of life. You don’t have to be a “working girl” to be the Pretty Woman relationship type, like the film, the essence of your relationship involves two people from different backgrounds coming together in the name of love.

Related: 10 Best Romantic Comedies Of All Time!

C. You’ve Got Mail

This creation from the late Nora Ephron proved that you can, and usually will, fall in love with your arch nemesis. Romantic comedy giants Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan star in You’ve Got Mail, where they start off as competitors but end up falling unexpectedly for one another. If you find yourself constantly thinking of a certain difficult, yet attractive foe, you may want to re-evaluate your feelings…could this be love?

D. 500 Days of Summer

Everything is perfect then suddenly the food from your favorite diner seems bland, funny jokes are no longer, well…funny, IKEA becomes a boring place to have a date, and you’re found comparing your current relationship to the love affair of two drug-addicted punk rockers; one of which was arrested for stabbing the other to death. Sounds like the end of all of your relationships? Sounds like 500 Days of Summer.

E. The Best Man

Harper Stewart (Taye Diggs) heads to New York for the wedding of his best friend. Unbeknownst to the groom–who thinks his ”princess” is a virgin; Stewart “deflowered” her while they were in college. Let the mayhem begin! Is your relationship built on lies, drama—secrets? Then you are definitely The Best Man relationship type. Shhhhh…you don’t have to say it out loud just quickly click the box below!

Related: Top 20 Most Anticipated Films of 2014!

So which Romantic Comedy Relationship type are you? Leave your answer below!

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