bromance


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bromance

slang A very close friendship between two men. The word is a portmanteau of "bro" and "romance." My brother has quite a bromance with his best friend—they do everything together.
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Curtis said: "Tommy and I have a bromance. I think we have kissed BIGGEST CRINGE Tom and Maura Tom and Maura poised to spend night together in hideaway, before joked to the boys: "Let's see if she's mouth." Unbeknown to him, Maura was actually behind Viewers were and, needless to Tom and Maura's relationship ended soon after.
A survey of 2,000 Brits conducted by National Rail reveals that a staggering 86 per cent of younger blokes have a special bromance with another man - just like TV icons Ant and Dec.
The previously stated expectations for male friendship are shattered by the idea of a 'bromance,' which calls into question all that is understood of a man in a same-sex friendship.
If you are in the mood for a spirited bromance, then be sure to watch this one.
Critique: A deftly crafted novel of wit and originality, "Drip: A Gothic Bromance" by Andrew Montlack is a clever and inherently fascinating read by an author with a genuine flair for narrative driven fiction.
Bromance can make it two out of three at Beverley this year in the Skidby Handicap.
There are one or two runners in here who like to do it from the front, though, so that should be a help for Bromance's chances.
Americans inserted them into a bromance narrative that quickly became
Below, we trace the rise and fall of the Cruz-Trump bromance.
You're pretty fratty in both this and "Scream Queens." What project has the better bromance?
Despite stepping up a level, the pair's on-pitch relationship has gone from strength to strength - so much so that Flitcroft has called it a 'bromance'.
It's not the bromance you may have been expecting between the two, but it's a bromance nevertheless.
Bromance is an electrifying circus show which will have you on the edge of your seat.