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What would be a great friendship declaration?

Asked by Christian95 (3260points) October 26th, 2010

I’m sure everyone has heard lots of love declaration,because they seem to be pretty popular but I never actually heard any friendship declaration.
So what would be your own great friendship declaration?
Just for fun.

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picante's avatar

“Many people will walk in and out of your life, but only true friends will leave footprints in your heart.” [attributed to Eleanor Roosevelt]

To my true friends, I pledge loyalty and a consistent safe harbor. My heart, my door, my life are always open to you.

To my false friends, not so much ;-)

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

I just tell them they’re a good friend.Sometimes with an explanation…or chocolate cake :)

nicobanks's avatar

Friendship declaration? I don’t think there could be one. Friendship is about sharing good times and supporting one another in the day-to-day, nothing more, nothing less. For me, anyway. A declaration doesn’t fit that.

Pied_Pfeffer's avatar

Let your friend know that they are on your board of directors.

BoBo1946's avatar

Hey Dude! .... or, “how about Sis!”

CMaz's avatar

Yo, my bitch.

marinelife's avatar

You are my best friend! (or one of my best friends).

Austinlad's avatar

“Friends are God’s way of apologizing to us for our families.”

Pepshort's avatar

“Can I be the president of your fan club?”

Austinlad's avatar

I’m here for you.

palerider's avatar

Acknowledging that you have nothing but the best of intentions for the object of your affection and the verbal admission of the same. Maybe send your paramour a bouquet and a note?

truecomedian's avatar

Just don’t do anything really stupid and we can stay friends.

Resonantscythe's avatar

Can’t remember what movie this is from but one I liked was:
“champagne for my real friends; and real pain for my sham friends”

I said once about my best friend: “I love this guy about as much as one guy can love another without being gay.”

Jeruba's avatar

You say “just for fun,” but I think it is a great suggestion for real. Hope you don’t object to a serious answer.

I can certainly see a place for a declaration of friendship. It can be a wonderful thing to put your feelings of friendship into words and not reserve those expressions just for lovers and family.

I have told people, or written on birthday cards and other greetings, such things as these: that I treasure their friendship, that our long history as friends is very special to me, that I value them, or simply that I love them dearly. I haven’t followed any sort of formula but just spoken from the heart, every now and then, not too often, but just often enough to remind them of my sincere regard. And I have been deeply honored to receive such sentiments myself from time to time.

BoBo1946's avatar

How about simply, my friend!

CMaz's avatar

@BoBo1946 , that is too… Condescending and fake. ;-)

BoBo1946's avatar

ummm…well ! Guess I’m just a fake! Kind of surprised by that comment Chaz!

CMaz's avatar

Hey, I winked. ;-)

And it don’t apply with you. You ARE a friend.

BoBo1946's avatar

Oh, I didn’t catch it bad! And you are a good friend!

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