Isn't it Bromantic? -- The Top 10 Best Bromances

By: Sarah and Kaitlyn

Let's admit it - who doesn't love a good bromance?
An unequivocal connection between two men that may be straddling the line between a romantic and a platonic relationship. It transcends gender norms. It is ... a bromance.

Although the definition above is different, bromance has officially been added to the Oxford English Dictionary. So that means it is a completely real thing. Move over bootylicious, bromance is taking over.

There have been many bromances throughout history, notably in literature, film and television. We've compiled a list our favorite bromances. We'd love to hang out with all these guys (of course, without breaking the sanctity of the bromance).

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Kirk and Spock
While watching the latest Star Trek film, it hit us that Kirk and Spock have one of the greatest friendships of all time and a wonderful bromance. They are literally polar opposites and as much as they hate how opposite they can be sometimes, they totally love each other at the end of the day. We're also pretty sure Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto are in a bromance - it reflects on screen.

J.R.R. Tolkein and C.S. Lewis
These bros helped each other write two of the most beloved stories of all time. We imagine that they sat around drinking tea, talking about theology and brainstorming character development, narrative arc and plot twists. Now that's what we call bromantic.

Timon and Pumbaa
They had the ultimate bachelor pad in The Lion King: an endless bug buffet, a river filled with waterfalls and love, and comfy beds with a perfect view of the night-time sky. And they’re not afraid to go cross-dressing together to save a fellow friend.

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They fight, they disagree, and really C3PO just needs some therapy, but R2-D2 always has his back. They never leave each other (or parts of each other) behind.

Fred and George Weasley
Ok. So these two are actually bros. Which only means that their bromance is the most real of all? Right? Every decision they made, like to leave school and to participate in Dumbledore's army, it seems they made together. We just adore these two gingers.

George and Lennie from Of Mice and Men
*Tears* That is all.

Woody and Buzz
A cowboy and a space ranger, two adversaries to the naked eye, become best friends in a blink of that naked eye. These two got past obstacles, jealousy, being forgotten about and even a Spanish malfunction. And they starred in three movies together. Big ups to that. (Oh, also, their voices are Tom Hanks and Tim Allen ... we're not sure if they're friends in real life, but if they are, we would award them the number on bromance EVER.)

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HUG ME, BROTHA!!!!!!!!!!!!

Peter Klaven and Sydney Fife
If you haven't seen I Love You, Man, remedy that this instant! This movie is based around the bromance of Peter and Sydney. The two even express how much they love each other during Peter's wedding. The conversation goes as follows:
Peter: I love you, man.
Sydney: I love you, too, bud.
Peter: I love you, dude.
Sydney: I love you, Bro Montana.
Peter: I love you, holmes.
Sydney: I love you, Broseph Goebbels.
Peter: I love you, muchacha.
Sydney: I love you, Tycho Brohe.

Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin
We couldn't forget about the Rat Pack. These two were so dreamy (ok, maybe Frank more-so than Dean). Suit them up and give them a microphone and BOOM - instant swooning (and crooning). Excuse us while we go watch the original Ocean's Eleven film.

Real or fictional, who are some of your favorite bromances?

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