- "You say you want to die for love, but you know nothing of death, and know nothing of love

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To patch things up: to del with (a problem, disagreement, etc) in order to improve or repair a relationship. Head over heels: madly in love. Settle down: to become quiet, calm or orderly. On the rocks: experiencing difficulties and likely too fail. Sweeps her off her feet: to make (someone) suddenly become very attracted to one in a romantic way. Has a soft spot: a stone liking for someone or something. Spill the beans: reveal secret information unconditionally or indiscreetly. Joined at the hip: (of two people) be inseparable. Drifted apart: if to people drift apart, they gradually became less friendly and their relationship ens. Lips are sealed: When you are promising them that you will keep a secret that they have told you. Stans up for me: (of a claim, evidence, etc) remain valid after close scrutiny or analysis. A good laugh: Someone that is very amusing. Has got my back: to be willing and prepared to help or defend someone. A fair-weather friend: person who helps people only if it is convenient to do and easy. Bond over: try to improve your relationship with a friend.

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