bestie


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bestie

(ˈbɛstɪ)
n
slang one's best friend
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Bestie was, of course, the first football superstar when he brought the game to a new level at Manchester United.
There was laughter in the congregation as Law, 65, said: "Only Bestie could have got away with that one.
The black leather boots, with high ankle bands and steel toecaps, were bought for Bestie as a Christmas present five decades ago.
I couldn't quite believe it as I did score on my debut and with all the euphoria that surrounded that I completely forgot what Bestie had said to me.
After a life of step-overs, tackles and smooth play, a life of excess finally caught up with Bestie just after 1pm on Friday afternoon.
You met her near the LEGOs in pre-K and it was bestie love at first sight.
The black leather boots, with high ankle bands and steel toe caps, were bought for Bestie as a Christmas present five decades ago, and for years after he stopped wearing them, he had written on them keeping a note of the matches, scores and his goals.
Bestie was an absolute legend both on and off the pitch.
Bestie always carried a donor card and gave the go-ahead to medical staff as he lay on his death-bed.
If by some miracle Bestie gets through this, let's hope it is to a booze-free future.
And although public opinion is divided about whether or not we should care about Bestie, he is a man battling a chronic disease.
IT may sound harsh of Alex Best to confess she won't cry for Bestie when he dies.