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* ''Our Own League'' verse: Briefly in ''Teen Titans: Witch-Hunt'', the narration calls to attention that the gem on Raven's third eye chakra matches her mentor and ParentalSubstitute, ComicBook/{{Zatanna}}'s chocker. This implies Raven received it as a gift from Zatanna.
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* In the Creator/TamoraPierce’s ''Literature/CircleOfMagic’’ books, the characters have a string circle containing their united magic which represents their friendship.

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* In the Creator/TamoraPierce’s ''Literature/CircleOfMagic’’ ''Literature/CircleOfMagic'' books, the characters have a string circle containing their united magic which represents their friendship.



* In the backstory of ''{{Series/Bones}}'' Cam had a live-in relationship with a man and grew to love his young daughter. When she left him, she told the girl that she would always love her and gave her half of a hugging salt-and-pepper shaker set, saying that whenever the girl looked at it, she should know that Cam was looking at it too. Many years later the man is the VictimOfTheWeek and Cam takes his now-teenage daughter in and adopts her.
* In an episode of ''Series/{{Friends}}'' Joey buys Chandler a gaudy bracelet, which Chandler hates, but wears it to show his appreciation to Joey. When Chandler loses it, he buys another to replace it. However, Rachel finds the original, and when Joey sees him with both, Chandler manages to save face by saying he bought an identical one for Joey so they can be "bracelet buddies."
* The friendship bracelets with the girls' names on ''Series/{{Pretty Little Liars}}'' are a major plot point throughout and constantly used to call attention to the tightly knit bonds they used to have to each other.

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* In the backstory of ''{{Series/Bones}}'' ''{{Series/Bones}}'', Cam had a live-in relationship with a man and grew to love his young daughter. When she left him, she told the girl that she would always love her and gave her half of a hugging salt-and-pepper shaker set, saying that whenever the girl looked at it, she should know that Cam was looking at it too. Many years later the man is the VictimOfTheWeek and Cam takes his now-teenage daughter in and adopts her.
* In an episode of ''Series/{{Friends}}'' ''Series/{{Friends}}'', Joey buys Chandler a gaudy bracelet, which Chandler hates, hates but wears it to show his appreciation to Joey. When Chandler loses it, he buys another to replace it. However, Rachel finds the original, and when Joey sees him with both, Chandler manages to save face by saying he bought an identical one for Joey so they can be "bracelet buddies."
* The friendship bracelets with the girls' names on ''Series/{{Pretty Little Liars}}'' are a major plot point throughout throughout, and constantly used to call attention to the tightly knit bonds they used to have to each other.


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* StarWars: Anakin gives Padme a necklace in Episode I when they first meet. It decorates her hearse during her funeral at the end of Episode III.
* In [[Film/HomeAlone Home Alone 2]], Kevin gives the Pigeon Lady (whom he had befriended earlier on in the movie, and even saved him from Marv & Harry's clutches) another Turtle Dove Ornament. Said act is rumored that if one person gives a very special person another Turtle Dove, the 2 who have the turtle dove ornaments will always be friends.

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* StarWars: ''Franchise/StarWars'': Anakin gives Padme a necklace in Episode I ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' when they first meet. It decorates her hearse during her funeral at the end of Episode III.
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* In [[Film/HomeAlone Home Alone 2]], ''Film/HomeAlone2LostInNewYork'', Kevin gives the Pigeon Lady (whom he had befriended earlier on in the movie, and even saved him from Marv & Harry's clutches) another Turtle Dove Ornament. Said act is rumored that if one person gives a very special person another Turtle Dove, the 2 who have the turtle dove ornaments will always be friends.


* In an episode of ''Series/{{Friends}}'' Joey buys himself a gaudy bracelet, then gets an identical one for Chandler so they can be "bracelet buddies." Chandler hates his.

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* In an episode of ''Series/{{Friends}}'' Joey buys himself Chandler a gaudy bracelet, then gets which Chandler hates, but wears it to show his appreciation to Joey. When Chandler loses it, he buys another to replace it. However, Rachel finds the original, and when Joey sees him with both, Chandler manages to save face by saying he bought an identical one for Chandler Joey so they can be "bracelet buddies." Chandler hates his."


* In ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'', Nanoha and Fate exchange their hair ribbons at the end of [[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha the first season]]. They both continue to wear them throughout [[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs the second season]] but remove them following the TimeSkip.

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* In ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'', Nanoha and Fate exchange their hair ribbons at the end of [[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha the first season]]. They both continue to wear them throughout [[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs the second season]] but remove them following the TimeSkip.TimeSkip (though by that point, they weren't exactly "[[WordOfGay friends]]").


* ''Film/KungFuHustle'' reveals that the CuteMute ice-cream vendor kept the lollipop that Sing had suffered a beating over to remember how he'd helped her against the bullies when they were children.

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* ''Film/KungFuHustle'' reveals that the CuteMute ice-cream vendor kept the lollipop that Sing had suffered a beating over to remember how he'd helped her against the bullies when they were children. When Sing, [[UsedToBeASweetKid now a low-level crook]], breaks it in a panic, she patches it up the best she can so she can offer it to him again.

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* ''Film/KungFuHustle'' reveals that the CuteMute ice-cream vendor kept the lollipop that Sing had suffered a beating over to remember how he'd helped her against the bullies when they were children.

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* In ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole'', Call Girl will give a female (cis or otherwise) [[PlayerCharacter New Kid]] the Chromatic Charm artifact, a rainbow bracelet "forged out of the bond of friendship", upon start of her personal mission.


* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}, [[spoiler: Prunella and Marina get a set of friendship bracelets, each with half of a golden heart pendant which says "Best Friends." The girls fight and split the pendant, then make up and put it back together.]]

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}, ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'', [[spoiler: Prunella and Marina get a set of friendship bracelets, each with half of a golden heart pendant which says "Best Friends." The girls fight and split the pendant, then make up and put it back together.]]


* In ''Anime/NetojuuNoSusume'', Lily and Hayashi wear matching bracelets after Hayashi defeats his first boss with Lily's guidance.

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* In ''Anime/NetojuuNoSusume'', ''Manga/RecoveryOfAnMMOJunkie'', Lily and Hayashi wear matching bracelets after Hayashi defeats his first boss with Lily's guidance.

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* In ''Anime/NetojuuNoSusume'', Lily and Hayashi wear matching bracelets after Hayashi defeats his first boss with Lily's guidance.


* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}, [[spoiler: Prunella and Marina get a set of friendship bracelets, each with half of a golden heart pendant which says "Best Friends." The girls fight and split the pendant, then make up and put it back together.]]



In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}, [[spoiler: Prunella and Marina get a set of friendship bracelets, each with half of a golden heart pendant which says "Best Friends." The girls fight and split the pendant, then make up and put it back together.]]


* In ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'', Nanoha and Fate exchange their hair ribbons at the end of the first season.

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* In ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'', ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'', Nanoha and Fate exchange their hair ribbons at the end of [[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha the first season.season]]. They both continue to wear them throughout [[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs the second season]] but remove them following the TimeSkip.

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* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'': ComicBook/JimmyOlsen's signal watch, at least at one point, was a symbol of the friendship between him and Superman, who had given it to him [[JustWhistle so Jimmy would have a way to contact him if he got in trouble]].
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* ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'': The Crest of Friendship resembles the ASL sign for friend, and takes the form of an symmetrical emblem with a split center.

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* ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'': The Crest of Friendship resembles the ASL sign for friend, and takes the form an interlocking pair of an friendship trinkets. It's a symmetrical emblem with a split center.

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