The women of Big Little Lies have a group text, and please say they’re taking applications

If you and your friend group don’t regularly blow up each other’s phones with messages on your longstanding group text, are you really friends? Okay, maybe that’s not true in all cases, but in many, a group text — with all its scorching tea, doomed getaway plans, and hilarious roasts — is the mark of a solid friendship, and can really strengthen bonds. Don’t believe me? Just ask the Big Little Lies cast.

Gracing the cover of InStyle’s May issue, Big Little Lies’ Bonnie, Zoë Kravitz, sat down for an interview with her “godmama” Marisa Tomei; they talked about a wide range of topics, from aging and beauty to Kravitz’s experience in Hollywood, and all the wonderful women she’s met along the way that she now considers her support system.

And it turns out, some of these women are none other than her Big Little Lies co-stars.

"I’ve met so many wonderful women, specifically my castmates on Big Little Lies. They’ve really become a support system for me, and I hope I’ve done the same for them," she said. "Before we knew we were coming back for a second season, we kept in touch — group texts and emails and stuff like that."

Did she just say group text?! Why are we not in it? How can we apply? Just imagine all the tea you can get from Madeline Martha Mackenzie! Oh my god, is MERYL STREEP now part of the group text? WE HAVE SO MANY QUESTIONS.

Kidding aside, their group chat isn’t only packed with (presumably) inside jokes and memes.

Zoë revealed that the ladies also throw around ideas and provide constructive feedback — because that’s what supportive queens do.

"I’ve spoken to [co-star] Reese [Witherspoon], who’s become one of my dearest friends, about so many aspects of my life. She’s such a smart businesswoman, so I’ve sent her ideas and scripts, and she reads them and gives me feedback," she shared.

"It’s so amazing to have women in your life like that who are a part of the industry and who you’ve grown up watching and admiring…and now they’re giving you advice and encouraging you to continue and develop your projects, your dreams, and yourself.

It’s comforting to know that even though their on-screen characters often engage in emotional — and sometimes even physical — catfights, the actresses are BFFs IRL and have nothing but love and support for one another. I guess that makes them greatest girl gang in the history of ever (no offense, Taylor Swift).