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When two bros take this oath they are bound together as wingmen for the agreed upon time. Once every so often two bros will agree to become wingmen for like. This oath should not be taken lightly, if a bro should break the oath he will considered dead to the other bro. The oath must be taken while resting your left hand on the bro code or an iphone with the bro code app.
Bro 1:"We have been bros a long long time I think we're ready to take the Wingman's oath."

Bro 2:"Agreed"

Bro 3: " I'll be the witness"

*Both Bros lay their left hand on a copy of the bro code (without touching)*

Bros 1 & 2: "In brightest day, in blackest night

No Wingman shall escape my sight

Let those who worship cockblock's plight

Beware my power, Wingman's Might!

Bro 3: "(Names of bro 1& 2) Do you swear to this oath of moment?"

Bros 1 & 2: "We do so swear"
by ChristmasLoken December 25, 2010
 
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The oath taken between two bros who have had more than one month's worth of acting as eachother's wingman and have chosen to make the sacred commitment of "permanent wingman". Typically the credo is spoken with the left hand on a copy of the Bro Code and the right hand raised
"Dude, i think it's time to take the Wingman's Oath"

"I'm down"

"Raise your right hand and say the words"

"I (full name) hereby vow to become and remain (bro's full name) wingman in the understanding that he shall do the same for me. We shall prowl all bars, clubs, parties, college campuses and other places of gathering containing chicks together and shall do all we can to ensure our wingman is laid. We shall provide any and all necessary assistance including, but not limited to, the occupying of the annoying ugly friend, fabricating our wingman's employment status, fabricating our wingman's monetary status, the classic putting in of a good word, and of course fulfilling requests for protection. I make the sacred vow of my own free will and pledge to remain true to it until death or a mutual decision between myself and my wingman to release eachother from our obligation."

"Amen"
by Mr. Sousa July 22, 2009