Recent Examples of bro from the Web
Zeke, don't watch the games, bro. Don't watch them.
But informed observers recognize that such rhetoric is the political demagogue’s analog of that beefy bro at your local gym who spends all his time on biceps, has a weak core, and cares more for the illusion of strength than the thing itself.
While there were, predictably, some people who were threatened by Wonder Woman’s power—namely, bros who felt shut out of the all-female screenings—but the critical and public response was overwhelmingly positive and forward-thinking.
The glasses looks like the kind of Oakleys that are popular among professional cyclists (and lax bros).
No, they're supposed to look like this, little bro. 5.
The actor has brought his pup around with him everywhere, from trips abroad to Japan, to New York City hangouts with his bros (AKA Leonardo DiCaprio and Toby Maguire).
These bros shared their antics on social media–another thing opossums don’t bother with despite having thumbs.
There was a certain kind of white person—the dude bro—who particularly loved referencing these characters and figures.
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