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Friend, pal, mate, best friend, bestie, drinking buddy, partner in crime,
childhood friend, old friend, a friend for life, true friends
Friend vs acquaintance, (work) colleague, someone I know from…., one of my
fellow students / technicians / etc…, false / fake friends, fair-weather friends
to strike up a friendship, to stay/remain friends, We’ve been friends for /
since (pres perfect), to (still) keep in touch/stay in touch
like two peas in a pod / to be as thick as thieves
to see eye to eye / to hit it off / to have chemistry / to get on well (famously)
/ to get on like a house on fire / to know someone inside out /to be close /
long-distance friendship/ to always be there for you when you need them, a
shoulder to cry on,
To fall out with / to stop speaking / to have an argument/row, / to lose touch
with/ to bury the hatchet / to clear the air / to build bridges / to let you
True friends are like diamonds, precious but rare, false friends are like autumn
leaves, found everywhere.
A friend in need is a friend indeed.
Friends are those rare people who ask how we are and then wait to hear the
A man is known by his friends.
Friendship is like money, easier made than kept.
Keep your friends close but your enemies closer.
Lend your money. Lose your friend.
Do you make friends easily? How?
Are you part of a group of friends?
Do you like to have a lot of friends or a few friends? Do you need a best friend?
Are your friends high-maintenance? What makes you disillusioned with friends?
Would your friends get on with each other? Are they similar?
What makes a good/lousy friend?
Are you good at keeping in touch with friends?
Could you live without friends? Can people live without friends?