Best Friend Idioms

1. Thick as thieves

Meaning: Very close friends who share secrets and support each other through thick and thin.

Example: “Those two are always together, they’re as thick as thieves.”

2. Partners in crime

Meaning: Best friends who get into mischief or trouble together.

Example: “Whenever something goes wrong, you can bet those two are partners in crime.”

3. Two peas in a pod

Meaning: Best friends who are very similar in personality or interests.

Example: “My best friend and I are two peas in a pod. We both love hiking and reading.”

4. Ride or die

Meaning: A best friend who will always stand by your side, no matter what.

Example: “I know my best friend is my ride or die. She’s always there for me when I need her.”

5. BFF (Best Friends Forever)

Meaning: A popular abbreviation used to refer to one’s closest friend.

Example: “I’ve known my BFF since we were kids, and we’re still close even though we live in different cities now.”

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