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The Greatest Instances of ‘Bromance’ in Hollywood

If you don’t have a male-male friendship (a.k.a. a "bromance" – yeah, we’re not fucking ashamed to admit we have them), like the one Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan and Zac Efron have in That Awkward Moment, your life probably isn't very exciting. These guys epitomize how guys are trustworthy, they know your deepest darkest shit (that if revealed to your Mom, could probably get you disowned), and they've got your back no matter what (… even though they’re probably the ones that convinced you that jumping on a trampoline with a bowling ball was a good idea).

We hope you join our manly alliance. We think these celebs are some pretty good men, and we just want to say that we "get it."  That Awkward Moment hits theaters Jan. 31. Go see it. We will. In the meantime, check out the trailer and be glad your life is not Zac Efron’s at the end.

(This post is sponsored by That Awkward Moment, Opening in Theaters January 31, 2014)

Bromance As Defined By The Bros In ‘That Awkward Moment’

(This post is sponsored by That Awkward Moment, Opening in Theaters January 31, 2014)

When I hear the word “bromance,” I immediately think of a bunch of dudes at a frat, circle-jerking each other while listening to Miley Cyrus’ “Party in the USA.” But the guys in That Awkward Moment prove a bromance is so much more … in a heterosexual type of way.

Here’s the story: Three horny dudes who are trying to help each other get laid each magically wind up finding a super hot chick they can bang for the rest of their lives … or at least for however long their “happy ending” lasts.

The questions below define the bromance involved between the three dudes in That Awkward Moment. If you can answer YES to any (or all) of them, you’ve been involved in a bromance at some point too, my friend:
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