A dude who's chill, always looking out for the positive, and likes to crack jokes to cheer everyone up. A friend who is selflessly willing to support you, whether it be a fight, emotional man talk, or footing the bill. A bud who you don't have to force conversation with and can just pop a squat down with and have a good time.
Great to have around for casual social scenarios: eating out, sitting off the side at a party, or hanging with the boys. Preferred attire would be casual, sparse in accessories, and trendy.
You will be able to determine a bro by the way they dress.
Short shorts, polo or tshirt, oakleys worn behind neck, sandals, and a visor or hat either front or back.. never sideways.
The bros usually run the school, lord knows for what reason. They are usually followed by a group of "hoes" and these hoes and bros join together to make a pack of obnoxious delinquents.
The bros must always abide by the bro code.... no matter what. Its sacred.
"that laxer is such a bro!"
hey bro, wanna tear up some turf?"
2.A bro is usually a white male who's dress consists typically of an overly tight hat, khaki shorts, flip flops/sandels, and a rugby/abercrombie/logo T;
"shades" are optional. Often seen "popping their collars", throwing their hats to the side, and being overtly obnoxious and/or cocky. Typical conversations are of beer pong and spotting catch phrases such as "Shit BRO!" or "I got so wasted playing beer pong Bro". They listen to bands such as Three Days Grace, or any other "hard rock" band; also brag about any sessions of exercise.
"I'M SO DRUNK BRO!"
"Yeah bro.. I listen to Three Days Grace, AND I work out..and what!?"
Bros enjoy cheap domestic beer, most notably Natural Lite/Ice ("Financial Lite"), Keystone, Busch, or Genny Cream Ale. Bros are often smokers, although most find cigarettes disgusting.
Bros can be identified (brodentified) by their sandals, witty or vintage tee shirts, and American Eagle jeans. Although traditional bro wear includes American Eagle polo shirts (with popped collars) and frayed visors or baseball hats/caps, this clothing has been reduced to mostly ceremonial wear for broing out with new potential bros (brocruitment). Zip-up hoodies are common for bros in colder climate conditions.