guys: does bro's before ho's have an influence on you? for instance if your having a dude's night out at a bar or something and a girl texts you saying she's bored, how do you respond most of the time?
girls: do you think the bond between you and your girlfriends is weaker, the same or stronger than ours? for the most part.
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I don't think guys have a stronger friendship bond with their guy friends than girls do with their girl friends, I think it's an individual thing.
How someone responds to a situation like that and why also depends on the person.
Someone might choose their friends over the person of the opposite sex due to principle---for example, I personally find it important in a healthy relationship to remain your own person and that means not neglecting your friends and your own interests/hobbies. If my boyfriend expected me to drop what I was doing simply because he was bored, that would be unacceptable to me. This is irrelevant to how strong of a bond I have to the people I'm out with.
On the other hand, someone might choose their friends simply because they do not want their friends to view them as "whipped". Even if they wanted to leave their friends to go hang out with the person of the opposite sex, they might stay because they don't want their friends to accuse them of allowing the other person to control them. Again, this isn't necessarily reflective of the bond he/she has with her friends, but that they don't want to be teased or they don't want their friends to get angry for him/her ditching them.
Or the person might decide to ditch their friends because they're bored with what they're doing with their friends, or maybe they hang out with their friends all the time but aren't able to see the person of the opposite sex very often. Again, not necessarily reflective of the "bond" they have with their friends.
I don't think that the fact that guys have a cute little saying means that they have a stronger bond with their friends. My personal view on the matter is that expecting your boyfriend or girlfriend to drop what they're doing just because you're bored is immature and controlling. I also think that some people will do things like that because they're jealous, insecure, or mistrusting about what their partner might be doing when he or she is out with their friends. I see ditching your friends because your partner claims to be "bored" as a negative thing because it permits that kind of behaviour. Personally, I don't try to get my partner's attention/convince him to come home when he's out with his friends, nor does he do this to me. We both value spending time doing our own thing/hanging out with our own friends, and allowing the other person to do the same. It's less about my bond to anyone else, and more about my responsibility to myself and my values.1