Bromantic



noting or pertaining to a bromance:
You might call this movie a bromantic comedy.
Contemporary Examples

Stars of ‘Orange Is the New Black’ Answer Fan Q’s Via Twitter—Here Are the Best Replies Amy Zimmerman September 24, 2013
Paul Begala: Mitt Romney Wins Now, Loses Later Paul Begala April 3, 2012

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