Survey indicates what people are most willing to do — or not do — for a good friend

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It’s National Friendship Week, and a new survey has been released that indicates what people are willing to do to help out a friend.

The survey was conducted by Skout, an app that helps users meet new people. It questioned nearly 1,500 in the U.S.

According to the survey, 84 percent of women are willing to help a friend when it comes to hair removal. A lower 54 percent of men would help a buddy with manscaping.

Eighty-one percent of people were also willing to donate their kidney to a friend. Another 59 percent of people were willing to skip an alcoholic drink in support of a friend who’s on the wagon, and 56 percent would find a way to overcome a fear of heights if a friend wanted to go skydiving.

Ninety-two percent of people would help a friend with a broken down car and the same percentage would tell a friend if their outfit was questionable.

There were some limitations: only 46 percent said they’d get a matching tattoo, 38 percent would consider moving to a different city and 39 percent would break up with a significant other because their friend didn’t like him or her.

For much more on this survey, click here.