Question by  Baobao (1273)

Where does the phrase "any friend of yours" come from?


Answer by  Milette (1105)

This is actually the short version of the phrase "any friend of yours is a friend of mine. " If you can trust someone (this probably comes from experience over the years), then so can I.


Answer by  rhickok1109 (233)

The complete phrase is ""any friend of yours is a friend of mine," meaning that if you trust people with friendship, I'm also willing to trust them.


Answer by  hahagal (983)

There is really no information behind the reason of where the term comes from, there is various reasons from a professor from college graduate speech.

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