bestie


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bestie

(ˈbɛstɪ)
n
slang one's best friend
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A MAN who was told his car was once owned by soccer legend Bestie pulled it from an ebay auction last night after being told it was the WRONG George Best.
Brian, who sang the song at Bestie's funeral, said: "It was an honour to be asked.
Like the late Bestie, Paul has attempted to confront his addictions on several occasions and again, just like Bestie, he has found himself sliding back down the slippery slope of self destruction.
Bestie is on a waiting list for the vital operation and has a buzzer which will go off when doctors find a compatible donor organ.
Sinitta, whose official role in life is to be Simon Cowell's bestie on X Factor, is gutted that Wikipedia says her age is 52 when she claims she is only 47.
That was Coco Martin's flippant remark regarding cheating allegations to boost his film's (Beauty and the Bestie) box-office standing at the recent Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF).
Missing your elementary school bestie? Set up some QT to reconnect-and when you're together, offer all your attention.
He said he was accepting starting bids of pounds 1,000, then went on to innocently explain to would-be buyers how the car was once Bestie's.
LOS ANGELES -- Comedienne Ai-Ai delas Alas has cast doubt on Star Cinema's claims that 'Beauty and the Bestie' has beaten 'My Bebe Love: #Kiligpamore' in the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) box-office ranking.
For months, she had a tough time making friends until one day she opened up and talked to a new girl (aka her new bestie).
The woman who was married to Bestie for nine years and whose entire career (for what it is) came as a result of being married to him apparently sobbed at his graveside.
A Twitter user named Monica Mapalo claimed that she watched My Bebe Love but got tickets for the Star Cinema film Beauty and the Bestie instead.