The bro code is an unspoken set of rules that define what it is to be a bro and how a bro must act in the presence of other bros.
Bromandments – The 60 bro code rules all bros must follow *Regarding bros and girls – these set of rules define the code of conduct between bros and their interactions with the opposite sex. This rule is the founding principle of being a bro and is said to have preceded even the concept of the bro code.
However, pursuing such a relationship requires tact.
First, you need to be sure that what you feel for each other is genuine.
Having both parties treat your wounded buddy with sensitivity can go a long way, and—who knows? Keep your relationship private Your friend may still be wallowing in the purgatory that is wondering what he did wrong to lose the woman you’re currently hitting it off with. Rather than ruining a potentially great relationship before it even begins just for his sake, be honest with him about the situation—you like her, and she likes you—hear him out and move forward keeping private things private.
The former’s better than sneaking around, and the latter is better than rubbing it in his face. After a few months of dating, you and the lady in question broke it off. Now, move on like you would at the end of any relationship—with maturity.
Healthy relationships have grown from trickier circumstances.
If everybody involved can learn to shrug off any awkwardness, then you might be well in your way to a fulfilling relationship.
Bros do a lot of things for and with their bros: good, bad, funny, or stupid.
When it comes to courting, do we put guys before our potential one that we’re going to go for? MZ: Oh man, I’ve had this conversation with Erica many times.
Do we put our girls before the one we’re going to go for? If you were going to go for somebody, and you knew that a friend of yours had feelings for them, is that ok? Krystal: I would personally talk to my friend and ask, “Hey, is this ok? LP: Bro’s before girls: When you’re in a relationship, sometimes, I mean not even regarding, “Oh you have to…” I’m talking about you’re in a relationship and your friends need you. It’s just like, for me, the time that I’ve devoted to my friends, that’s time for them.
We discuss topics like ‘Should we put our friends before our significant others?
’ and ‘How do we take advice from a friend we don’t want to hear? We’re also joined with minister of the gospel, Jojo Bayani.