Um... but we're friends.
Then it means that she sees you as a brother.
But we're friends.
No, it doesn't.
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Nah, it's just brozoned
Yes, It means she thinks of you as being like a brother to her part of her family
But we are friends.
What did I just say, you can be friends and her think of you like a brother
Because she can, look I'm trying to explain this to you She as a friend can think of you like being a brother to her.
She's not New Zealand-ian but we're friends.
Yeah I know. But in any country it can be a way of saying friend