What means the MAN?
MAN means a human being??? or a boy????
I'd say anyone who owns a dog would be classed as a 'man'
I just disagree with the whole statement. A horse is anybody's best friend!
by The Examiner-1 8 years ago
Who is man's best friend? Some say the dog, some say the cat....what is your opinion?
by Recently Awakened 11 years ago
Is your best friend a dog? If yes, what type?
by uche_n2a 12 years ago
At what point would you graduate an acquaintance to a friend; when would you consider someone to have truly earned your friendship trust? When would you say wholeheartedly that someone is your truly tested and trusted friend? Who would you call your friend eventually? Does a friend in Need...
by TheFrenchTraveler 13 years ago
the age ole question answered can men and women be friends, non sexual bff's? Is it possible or will some emotional attachment and love grow?
by Maddie Ruud 11 years ago
How do you get over the death of a dear pet?
by Johnathan David 23 months ago
What's the difference between a friend, a true friend and a best friend?I just want your viewpoints on the certain stages of friendship and what they mean to you..
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