someone you have the relationship with which is a split between an acquaintance and friend, but someone whos name you don't forget and say hi to when you walk by.
Mikey is a loyal semi-friend. If we spent more time doing stuff, we could be complete buddies.
Mate, friend, pal, buddy, mucker, kidda. Originates from the small towns of Dawley and Horsehay (pronounced "HossHay") in Shopshire County - aka Salop).
Said by locals when addressing or greeting fellow Dawley Salopian residents. Can be exchanged for "Blade" too, meaning the same. Kept alive today by many in the Telford area and has surprisingly spread to other cities.
"Reet Mairte, ow bist thee Cocker/Mucker?" = "Alright mate, how are you my friend?"
(Or maybe a txt)
"Hey Mairte, have you done my homework yet cos i'm gona be snorklin' deep in the shit!!! Cheers blade!!"
A Sport-season friend is somewhat like a fair-weather friend, except you're only friends with them during/because of a certain sport season. They mostly come in the form of teammates, coaches, or fans. Sport-season friends are usually people that you would not have otherwise gotten to know, so integrating them into your primary group of friends is often difficult. While the friendship occasionally extends into other parts of the year, it is at its strongest during the sports season. They are very prominent among high school athletes--especially when there are age/social rank differences.
Kid 1: Hey, there goes Jesse. Why didn't you say "hi"?
Kid 2: Well, he's just a sport-season friend, anyhow.
|4.||I'm not your friend, buddy|
I'm not your friend buddy is an internet phenomenon that was inspired by an episode of "South Park". Usually occuring on message boards, the first person says "I'm not your friend buddy" and the next person will use the use the last word in the first comment as the first word in their comment, and will switch the their last word with either "pal", or "guy".
-I'm not your friend, buddy
-I'm not your buddy, pal
-I'm not your pal, guy
-I'm not your guy, friend
-I'm not your friend, pal
-I'm not your pal, buddy
A friend who can get your neccessities if you fall ill from swine flu.
The government recommends that everyone gets a flu pal who will be able to pick up medication for them should they fall ill from swine flu.
For the guy who's such a great friend that he's just like a gal pal, only he's still a man!!
Andy is my mal pal!! We love to hang out and chat about everything!!
A True Friend not only likes to hang out with you and party and have good times, but thinks about you when you're apart and wishes good things for you. A True Friend may not talk to you every day or even every week, but can catch up in a matter of minutes. A True Friend will come to your aid, even when you haven't talked to them in weeks. Time doesn't lessen a True Friend's affinity for you. True Friends also are most honest with you, rather than shining you on.
Because I can go for weeks without talking to Beth and then catch up in minutes and because I would drop anything to help her or vice-versa, Beth is one of my True Friends. She has no problem giving me her True opinion either, like if my butt really is too big for those jeans. She usually has a better suggestion, rather than leaving me hanging with my big butt...suggesting I wear this mini skirt instead, because it makes me look hot.