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Woman asks her boyfriend to pretend like he's 'one of her girls' and he absolutely nails it

Slaying the body language and hand gestures, the boyfriend completely turned into her 'gal pal' cracking up the internet.

Woman asks her boyfriend to pretend like he's 'one of her girls' and he absolutely nails it
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @saskiakaterinaherd

In any relationship, friendship serves as the foundation that forms the bond between two people for a long time. While a boyfriend would love to be a good friend to his girlfriend, not many men would qualify as a true "gal pal." However, Saskia Herd is lucky on those grounds because her boyfriend, Christian Vierling could instantly switch personalities to transform into her "girl best friend." Not only did the man ace the body language but he also interacted in a way that would be so relatable to any woman.

Image Source: TikTok | @saskiakaterinaherd
Image Source: TikTok | @saskiakaterinaherd

Sitting in a car with her boyfriend, Herd requested him. "I've had a really rough week. Do you mind not being my boyfriend but, like, one of the girls for a second?" was all she said and Vierling immediately switched to "best friend," mode. "Yeah hold on," he said, took a big sip from his drink and went on to change his hairstyle forming bangs on the front of his forehead. His eyes turned so graceful while also showing a bit of sass to keep up the girly attitude. Now, the make-shift girl best friend was ready to gossip. "What's up?" Vierling asked and Herd began to spill the tea about someone who was spreading rumors about her.

Image Source: TikTok | @saskiakaterinaherd
Image Source: TikTok | @saskiakaterinaherd

Staying hilariously accurate to his character, Vierling then stopped listening to Herd and took a cute selfie. He made a cheeky pose and Herd went along with his play asking if it was good. "That lighting is good," he says and proceeds to send it to an imaginary boyfriend. Herd amusingly pretends to ask about the boy her makeshift gal pal was seeing and asks, "You guys are, like, a thing?" to which Vierling sassily replies, "No way." Herd then asked, "But what happened to Mike?" her boyfriend brazenly said, "I'm gonna keep him on the back burner, just in case something happens." His attitude was so relevant that he could be any girls' best friend.

Image Source: TikTok | @saskiakaterinaherd
Image Source: TikTok | @saskiakaterinaherd

Herd starts to explain how a girl named Jennifer was trying to steal her man. "I told her that he was mine. But then why is he entertaining her?" Herd asked in disbelief and her supportive best friend replied, "Be for real right now. Are we shocked?" He reassured her that Jennifer was meant to behave that way and it wasn't a surprise. "She's better than me," said Herd to which Vierling exclaimed, "My God! No, I would never say that. I value this." He then went on to hype up his girlfriend and teamed up with her criticizing Jennifer. His final touch couldn't have been more hilarious. When he gets a call, Vierling never comes out of his character. "Who's calling you?" Herd asked and the boyfriend/best friend humorously replied, "My therapist."

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Image Source: TikTok | @tinder
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More than 7.6 million views swarmed in and people were quite impressed by the boyfriend's impersonation. "From the 'what up?' I knew it was gonna be good," said @just_brea13. "No joke. The healthiest relationship I've ever seen. Love the energy," lauded @penta110303. "It’s like he crawled into my skin and spoke from my mouth," joked @dinksyinksy.

You can follow Saskia (@saskiakaterinaherd) on TikTok for more amusing content.

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