male bonding

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Noun1.male bonding - the formation of a close personal relationship between menmale bonding - the formation of a close personal relationship between men; "the rituals known as male bonding do not necessarily involve drinking beer together"
bonding - a close personal relationship that forms between people (as between husband and wife or parent and child)
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How are you going to escape the wife and kids and enjoy a few beers and a bit of male bonding now?
Insiders say that a bit of male bonding on the football pitch has set a positive tone.
LADS and Dads Charity Walk for St David''s Hospice on Saturday, June 14, is a great way to spend a lads' day out alongside friends and family members, with the male bonding continuing post-walk with a free pint, pie and a race night.
There's also a bizarre bit of male bonding between Kev and Asbo.
Director Clooney wastes a sparkling A-list line-up on disappointingly mawkish tale of wartime male bonding
It is a potty-mouthed hot mess that scores a decent amount of laughs in between homoerotic male bonding and inevitable toilet humour.
Lamba's meticulous attention to male bonding and comradeship during sticky situations makes a remarkable watch.
The issue of male bonding, or the lack of it in society and families, is explored through Walsh's relationships with his two adult brothers and elderly father.
With "Fukrey", this would be Excel's fourth male bonding film after "Zindegi Mile Na Dobara", "Dil Chahta Hai" and "Rock On
Farhan Akhtar, who rejuvenated the trend of male bonding with Dil Chahta Hai and then returned to explore the genre as an actor in sister Zoya Akhtar's Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, will be back with his next production Fukrey, another all-boys laugh riot.
And the male bonding was not just restricted to the trio who were full of praise for their absentee director.
At first the researchers thought the dolphins lived somewhat like chimpanzees, since male bonding is strong, but in chimps, males can also lead to patrolling and defending community territory.