from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A brother.
- n. Slang Friend; pal. Used as a form of familiar address for a man or boy: So long, bro.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. brother; a male sibling
- n. brother; a male comrade or friend; one who shares one’s ideals.
- n. brother; an African-American.
- n. brother; used to address a male
- n. a fratboy or someone that espouses the fraternity bro culture
It meant you wore a backward hat, maybe waxed your chest, used the word "bro" a lot, drank Red Bull and vodkas, had a name for both your car and your penis, felt a reflexive need to high-five after sex, and would someday either work as a trader or just act like you did.
But we're getting back to a scene where Daren and his brother talk, and well, the bro is a bit uneducated.
The term bro was self-selected—because it’s a common form of address among bros—but is not universally used and is often employed pejoratively.
Your bro is lucky, the HIV drug protocol in '93 was not very effective.
My bro is one and they will do xrays before they work on you to see how bad you actually are.
I've always expected Matt to show up in an episode, if only as a fun inside joke: Johnny Drama's bro is Vince (Adrian Grenier) and here comes Kevin's real life bro Matt.
I also listen to Leonard Cohen and actually paid for the albums of his that I own, same with a lot of my other music I didn't rip from my twin bro's CD collection.
At the time they interrupted, however, Jason Segel was repeating jokes from this interview by attaching the word bro to the beginning of everything, so we kind of understood where they were coming from.
Hard to take anyone seriously when they have the word bro in their name I guess.
February 26th, 2008 at 3: 22 pm wwbd says: whats up hombres?!!! chode: nice lift bro, is that one of those feather lifts because i was thinkiin of coppin one.