How would you feel if all of your closest friends were "better" than you?

If you have three or more close friends, and all of them are taller than you, more attractive looking than you (regardless of gender), have healthier, more athletic bodies than you, earn more money than you and are more successful in life, and are generally nicer, better people than you, how would you feel?

I won't make it a poll, but would you feel jealous?
Would you be cool with it?
Would you feel appreciative/grateful to be so lucky?
Would you feel inspired to make your life match theirs?
Or something else?

My two friends back in the US, Leo and Taylor. Theyre married now.
My two friends back in the US, Leo and Taylor. They're married now.

This has happened twice in life so far. Once when I was a teenager with my three school sidekicks, and currently with two friends back in the US I've had since 2016.

To be honest, I do get very jealous, because most of their feats I can never match or surpass them in. Taylor is six feet tall and I knew her before I knew my best friend, Leo, who's 6'4". The two just got married in December. They're 31 and 33 respectively, so I'm older than them. They're also both naturally very good-looking and have celebrity doppelgangers in Henry Cavill and Emily DiDonato.

Leo is just a taller, richer, poorer, American Henry Cavill.
Leo is just a taller, richer, poorer, American Henry Cavill.
Taylor looks like model Emily DiDonato, but taller and bustier, with bigger cheekbones and not nearly as thin.
Taylor looks like model Emily DiDonato, but taller and bustier, with bigger cheekbones and not nearly as thin.

I just woke up from a dream where four of us went out to buy tickets for a concert, but three of them went to eat at a pasta restaurant first, while I stood in line for the tickets. After 20 minutes I find out they only had three tickets left. I bought them with my own money and went back, where they just finished eating. I told them there were only three tickets and they decided that I "should sit this one out" and did not even wait for me to grab a plate to eat. They also didn't reimburse me $60 for the tickets. So now I feel pissed off at them, even though it was just a dream, cause that's exactly how I'd expect tall, successful, good-looking people to act.

How would you feel if all of your closest friends were "better" than you?
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