Kiran Aswani, 14 For a friend, I'd go all the way to Mongkok and back ... maybe even TST! It really depends on the person and the situation. I'd do anything within reason, knowing that at some point it would be reciprocated. The question can be interpreted in different ways though - how far for, or how far with... Joe Slater, 14 For a friend I would do many things and risk many things ... unless, in the process, another friend of mine is harmed, which is where many difficult decisions lie. I guess it comes down to this: I would give my life to save the life of a true friend, as I know they would do the same for me. It's an appalling cliche I know, but friendship is under-rated. A friend will always stick by a friend. Simon Thomson, 14 I would go as far as possible for a friend. I would even die for a great friend ... for example, I once defeated a whole ring of ninjas, fought off evil robots from the future, conquered the elite army of chickens living in the sewers of Hong Kong and beat up a bear all to protect my friend's cousin's hamster. Alina So, 14 'I would die for my friends - however, I'm only saying this because my twin Nadia is currently holding something she says is very sharp and pointy to my spine. Satisfied, Nadz?' The above note and a bloodstained toothpick were recovered during CSI investigations. Renee Chan, 14 There is no amount of money that can buy a friend who will be there for you whenever you need her and will leave a party early just to make sure you get home safely, so risking a lot would be worth it. I would even face my main fear - clowns. If my best friend was performing as one, I would watch her, if it meant she performed better. I'd go as far as I have to, but not to the extent of throwing away my own values.