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The meme is pretty self explanatory. It came from Bros all across the world. It’s simply the affectionate, but “no homo” romance shown between two dudes who have a tight friendship. Brove gestures range from chest bumps, fist bumps, horribly improvised handshakes, and bear-like hugs to pats on the back, playful punches in the gut or face, swapping gassy smells for a good laugh, and good morning text messages that consist of usually one or two words like “Bruh!!” or “Bro howzit?”

Bros usually say “I love you man.” or “Much love broseph” followed by “no homo” or “no bromo” upon leaving each other’s presence as a reassuring gesture that they have a bond together. Some dudes, if unsure of their bro’s intent, ask it as a question (in ex: “No homo bro?”), creating an awkward situation, but half-mindedly shrug it off and part ways without further engaging in conversation about it or showing discomfort (“Keeping their cool”). Recently, Men worldwide have found a way to disarm the “no homo” recoil method by simply clashing “Bro” and “Love” together to shorten their greetings or goodbyes. They usually meet and part with a “left arm over right arm, right arm over left arm pat pat on the back back” hug (referencing from Bradley Hathaway) with their fingertips clasped in a hook-like manner between them to form the slight amount of distance to “Stay fly” and a simple “Brove you man, ah man brove you too!”

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