If you're a real fan of the TV show Friends, you probably have a hard time picking a favorite group member. This is because every single one of the Friends members has a unique quality about them, and arguably, the show wouldn't be the same without them.
While it is obvious that Rachel and Ross were meant to be together, there are a few times in the show where Rachel and Joey hit it off. For many, these moments were a beacon of hope, as many believed that Rachel and Joey were two peas in a pod. Unfortunately, the two friends never managed to take their relationship to the next level, and Rachel and Ross eventually decided to give their love another go. While it is true that everything worked out for the best, a lot of fans can't help but wonder what could have been.
If there are two Friends members who never fail to make people laugh, it's Rachel and Joey. Both these characters are often seen as the less intelligent ones of the group — but Joey takes the cake, of course. With this in mind, it can be hard to guess who said what. Are you up for the challenge?
“Sure I peed on her. And if I had to, I’d pee on any one of you.”
There are a lot of people who believe that the best cure for a jellyfish sting is urine. With this in mind, they tend to beg their friends or partners to pee on them once stung. In order for someone to agree to this, they really need to be in a lot of pain. In an episode of Friends, the group goes to the beach and one of the members ends up getting stung by a jellyfish. Who pees on them?
“It’s like…all my life everyone has told me: You’re a shoe!”
If you don't get this question right, it's safe to say that you've never watched the TV show Friends before. If this is the case, we're kind of stumped as to what you're doing here. In one of the first episodes of the series, this ridiculous line is dropped by either Joey or Rachel. While the Friends group can understand the reasoning behind this statement, they can't help but be puzzled by it too. So, do you know who said this classic line?
“Well, the fridge broke so I had to eat everything.”
Don't you just hate it when your house loses power and everything in your fridge starts going bad? If you do, you've probably considered eating everything in your fridge to get your money's worth. While it is true that Rachel isn't one to stuff her face with food, the woman has been pregnant before — so anything can happen. If you're really a Friends fan, this question will be way too easy for you. So, who said it; Joey or Rachel?
“I’m gonna go get one of those job things.”
Both Rachel and Joey aren't the best workers, however, when they find a vocation that they enjoy — they stick to their guns. During the first few seasons of the show, Rachel has issues sticking to her working schedule, and so does Joey. With this in mind, it can be quite difficult to guess who said this line. Did you know that both Joey and Rachel worked at the Central Perk when their lives weren't going as planned? So, Joey or Rachel?
“Why do you have to break up with her? Be a man. Just stop calling.”
Both Joey and Rachel have peculiar views when it comes to dating, which is why they're single more often than not. While Joey might not be interested in committing to anyone, Rachel just doesn't know what she wants, which proves to be a problem. If you're familiar with the TV show Friends, surely you're aware that the gang can give each other really bad advice. So, do you know if it was Rachel or Joey who said this famous line?
“I’m curvy and I like it!”
When the TV show Friends first aired, each and every one of the members were in top shape. However, as time took its toll, many of them started to age or gain a few pounds. While this is completely normal, the writers of the show decided to play on this aspect. With this in mind, they made Joey or Rachel scream, "I'm curvy and I like it!" Do you know which one of these Friends members said this line or not?
“Oh, I’m sorry, did my back hurt your knife?”
Every once in a while, one of the Friends members are going to come up with a very clever line. One of them being, "Oh, I'm sorry, did my back hurt your knife?" During the entirety of the Friends seasons, both Joey and Rachel prove that they can be clever despite not being the sharpest tools in the shed. If you don't know which one of them said this line, it's safe to say that you aren't a huge fan of the show.
“You can’t just give up! Is that what a dinosaur would do?”
When you think about it, each and every one of the Friends members have a very interesting job. While no one may know what Chandler does for a living, it's safe to say that everyone knows that Ross is a paleontologist. Still, Rachel and Joey sometimes have issues grasping at exactly what this means. Do you remember which one of the Friends members said, “You can’t just give up! Is that what a dinosaur would do?”. If so, go ahead and choose your answer!
“Over the line? You are so far past the line that you can’t even see the line. The line is a dot to you!”
While it is true that Joey and Rachel sometimes say idiotic things, they can sometimes shock you with their words of wisdom. Take this line for example, “Over the line? You are so far past the line that you can’t even see the line. The line is a dot to you!” While it may seem a little over the top, it actually makes a lot of sense. Do you remember if it was Joey or Rachel who said this line?
“Everyone is getting married or pregnant or promoted.”
Do you ever feel like you're stuck in the same spot and everyone's moving past you? If you do, then this phrase might resonate with your current situation. During an episode of Friends, either Rachel or Joey uttered this line during a moment of desperation. A true Friends fan won't have to think twice before selecting the right answer, but maybe you will. While this line is most commonly said by a woman, Joey has been known to surprise us.
“Here come the meat sweats.”
A true Friends fan will know who uttered this sentence before they finish reading it. This is because only one character would be so bold to say something along the lines of, “Here come the meat sweats.” While this line makes a lot of people shudder in disgust, no one seemed to mind it when it was said on Friends. This is probably because they've come to expect phrases like this from whoever said it. So, was it Joey or Rachel?
“I…am…over…YOU! And that, my friend, is what they call closure.”
Everyone knows what it feels like to be in love with someone who they cannot have. However, every once in a while, these people get to meet and date someone who feels the exact same way about them. Do you know if it was Rachel or Joey who said, “I…am…over…YOU! And that, my friend, is what they call closure.” If you do, it's probably because you've watch the TV show Friends way too many times. So, was it Rachel or Joey?
“You don't own a TV? What’s all your furniture pointed at?”
Every group of friends has its personalities, and many would agree that they are needed to balance each other out. While strong personalities like the one Monica has might be overbearing, someone easy-going and carefree like Chandler can help round her sharp edges. Both Rachel and Joey have similar personalities, however, many would say that Rachel is a little bit smarter than Joey is. Do you know if it was Joey or Rachel who said, “You don't own a TV? What’s all your furniture pointed at?”
“It’s not that common, it doesn’t happen to every guy, and it is a big deal!”
This question might prove to be harder than the ones before it, but a true Friends fan can handle the challenge. This question is difficult because it could easily be said by both Joey and Rachel, so many of you might chance the odds. Do you know who said, “It’s not that common, it doesn’t happen to every guy and it is a big deal!”? If you do, it's safe to say that you hold this series very close to your heart.
“You know what? I shouldn’t be allowed to make decisions anymore.”
Once again, you're faced with a very difficult question to answer. While we do feel a little bad for throwing this curveball your way, we just couldn't help ourselves. While it is true that both Rachel and Joey have trouble making the right decisions, only one of them has ever uttered the following line; “You know what? I shouldn’t be allowed to make decisions anymore.” If you can't select the right answer with confidence, you might just be getting ahead of yourself.
“Everything’s gonna be fine. It’s just a crush.”
Do you remember what it feels like to have a crush? If so, you probably haven't dated anyone in a very long time. A good way to reassure yourself that everything is going to be fine is by saying these words out loud. Do you know if it was Rachel or Joey who told themselves, “Everything’s gonna be fine. It’s just a crush.”? If you do — it's safe to say that you're the biggest Friends fan around for miles.
“Are you going to set Ross up with someone? Does she already have a wedding dress?”
Anyone who watches the TV show Friends knows that Ross is marriage's number one fan. In fact, he loves it so much that he's been divorced 3 times already. Knowing this, the rest of the Friends group never fails to throw in a divorce joke when the opportunity arises. Do you know if it was Rachel or Joey who said, “Are you going to set Ross up with someone? Does she already have a wedding dress?”. If you do, you might just ace this quiz.
“I am pretty “wisdomous”.”
It's been years since the famous TV show Friends aired their last season, but that hasn't stopped millions of fans from re-watching the episodes. In the end, true fans will never let more than 3 years go by before deciding to rekindle with their old flame. Both Rachel and Joey tend to say silly things sometimes, which is why some of you might find this question difficult. Do you know if it was Rachel or Joey who said, “I am pretty wisdomous."
“That’s right! You do what the hand says!”
If there's one show you can never grow tired of watching, it's Friends. No matter how many times you see Joey's face or hear him say, "How you doin'?", you'll always want to come back for more. While Joey can be blatantly idiotic at times, Rachel has been known to dip down to his level. Sure, she may be a big-shot in the fashion world, but she often manages to make a fool out of herself. So, Rachel or Joey?
“That’s not funny. You know I’m afraid of little-girl ghosts.”
Do you remember when Joey, Rachel, and Phoebe thought that Chandler was cheating on Monica? If so, you probably remember when the gang found out that they were actually planning on moving to the suburbs. Shortly after this incident, Chandler and Monica brought either Rachel or Joey to visit the house with them, and one of them befriended a little girl. Do you remember if it was Rachel or Joey who said, “That’s not funny. You know I’m afraid of little-girl ghosts.”
"That sounded so much better in my head.”
Have you ever said something ignorant without thinking, and then immediately wanted to take it back? If so, you're probably used to being in uncomfortable situations. Don't worry too much, however, because you're not alone. As a matter of fact, most of the Friends group members finds themselves in embarrassing scenarios on a daily basis. Can you tell us if it was Joey or Rachel who said, "That sounded so much better in my head," after saying something incredibly dumb?
“I broke the dog, Pheebs! I broke the dog!”
Despite eating a huge amount of meat on a weekly basis, Joey is perhaps the biggest animal-lover in the Friends group. This is made clear by how he reacts when pets are in the room, or how he continuously wants to have baby ducks in his home. Rachel — on the other hand — isn't that great with pets. In fact, she's bought and hated a hairless cat, and lost Marcel. Do you know who said, “I broke the dog, Pheebs! I broke the dog!”
"He's so pretty, I want to cry.”
Have you ever seen someone so beautiful that you didn't know how to react around them? If so, you probably felt like Joey or Rachel did when they uttered, "He's so pretty, I want to cry.” Do you remember which episode this line is from? If so, it's going to be very easy for you to get this question right. While Joey is more of a ladies man, he's been known to say some pretty surprising things every once in a while.
“Ohh, good one! And Yemen that actually sounds like a real country!”
Were you a fan of the Janice-Chandler relationship? If so, you're probably wishing that you could hear Janice's voice right about now. While Chandler might have been in love with Janice at some point in time, he quickly fell out of love with her and didn't have the guts to dump her. Instead of ending his relationship the grown-up way, he decided to tell her he was moving to Yemen. Do you know who said, “Ohh, good one! And Yemen that actually sounds like a real country!”?
“Oh, sorry. I hear ‘divorce’. I immediately go to Ross.”
This quiz wouldn't be complete if it didn't have at least two divorce quotes in it. With this in mind, we've chosen the following quote; “Oh, sorry. I hear ‘divorce’. I immediately go to Ross.” If you don't know who said this wicked burn, you're probably going to go ahead and take a wild guess. Well, he hope you guess right! Both Joey and Rachel love to make Ross the butt of every joke. So, was it Rachel or Joey?
"Do you think it's easy for me to see you with somebody else?”
Rachel and Joey come from two very different dating backgrounds — but that doesn't stop them from trying to date each other. While Joey hardly ever has an official girlfriend, Rachel is constantly going in and out of serious (and not so serious) relationships. Do you know if it was Rachel or Joey who said the following line; "Do you think it's easy for me to see you with somebody else?”? Remember, Joey did have a huge crush on Rachel at some point.
“Now, tell me you wanna caress my butt!”
There are a lot of people who would say that the best couple in the TV show Friends consists of Joey and Chandler. Sure, they might not be in love with each other — but they often bicker like they are. At first glance, you might even think that they were the cutest couple in history. Coincidentally, the same can be said about Rachel and Monica. So, do you know who said, “Now, tell me you wanna caress my butt!”?
"There's rock bottom, then 50 feet of crap, then me.”
When Rachel first appears in the Friends first season, she is still a very spoiled individual. However, it doesn't take her long to find out that hard work doesn't always pay off. While Rachel eventually lands on her feet and scores a big-time job, Joey continuously goes in and out of being broke. With this in mind, any of the two Friends characters could have said the following line; "There's rock bottom, then 50 feet of crap, then me.” So, Rachel or Joey?
“It’s not what you said. It’s the way you said it.”
If you're a real Friends fan, you won't have to think twice before letting us know if this phrase was said by Joey or Rachel. This is because, at this point, you should be hearing their voice whenever you read these lines in your head. Joey and Rachel are definitely on the same page, which is why they often say things that they can both relate to. Do you know who said, “It’s not what you said. It’s the way you said it.”?
"I could so easily freak out right now.”
When you're in an intense situation, the last thing you want is to start freaking out. Luckily, your mind can help you take a breather by delaying your reaction times. While both Rachel and Joey have been known to act like drama queens, they are sometimes the voice of reason. Do you know if it was Rachel or Joey who said the following line? "I could so easily freak out right now.” If you don't, you should start watching Friends again.
“I feel that if I can do this, you know, if I can actually do my own laundry, there isn’t anything I can’t do.”
Both Rachel and Joey grew up spoiled, however, their living situations were very different. While Rachel had maids who did her laundry on a regular basis, Joey had a house-full of sisters who did everything from cook to clean for him. As a result of this, both Joey and Rachel sometimes find it hard to complete simple tasks — like laundry. Do you know who said, “I feel that if I can do this, you know, if I can actually do my own laundry, there isn’t anything I can’t do.”?
“Let me tell you about a couple of things I learnt while working at the coffee house. First of all, the customer is always right. A smile goes a long way. And if anyone is ever rude to you: sneeze muffin.”
Both Rachel and Joey have worked at the Central Perk cafe where they are always hanging out at. While the job doesn't pay that well, it's helped them get back on their feet during periods of change. Do you know if it was Rachel or Joey who said, “Let me tell you about a couple of things I learnt while working at the coffee house. First of all, the customer is always right. A smile goes a long way. And if anyone is ever rude to you: sneeze muffin.”?
“And you know about Naked Thursdays, right?"
When Monica and Chandler first start sneaking around, the last thing they think is going to happen is them falling for one another. In the end, however, this is exactly what goes down. As a result, Chandler ends up wanting to move in with Monica and starting a life of their own. Sadly, this pushes Rachel out of the apartment and causes Joey to need a new roommate. Do you know who said, “And you know about Naked Thursdays, right?"
“Well, maybe I don’t need your money….Wait! Wait! I said maybe.”
Living on your own can be very expensive, which is why having a good job before packing your bags is crucial. This wasn't the case for Rachel and Joey, however, as they left their homes with close to nothing. While Rachel had her father to fall back on, Joey had Chandler as a sugar daddy. Sure, they might have done their best not to borrow any money, but hard-times can surface out of the blue. So, was it Rachel or Joey?
“Being alone sucks!”
There are a lot of people who idealize being in a relationship, however, this isn't always wise to do. In the end, if you jump into a relationship too quickly, you might find yourself in an unhappy relationship with someone you don't love. With this in mind, being single doesn't sound too bad now does it? If you've watched and memorized many of the Friends episodes, you probably know if it was Rachel or Joey who said, “Being alone sucks!”