In modern society, the proverb "blood is thicker than water" is used to imply that
family relationships are always more important than friends.
Sep 2, 2013 ... The quote comes from: “The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the
womb.” This actually means that blood shed in battle bonds ...
Feb 17, 2013 ... When we say that "blood is thicker than water," we're using the term "blood" in the
same sense as "blood relations," or people in our immediate ...
Jan 25, 2014 ... I recently read that the phrase "Blood is thicker than water" originally derived from
the phrase "the blood of the ... where did you find the quote?
A-freaking-MEN!!! So tired of people who make me feel like I have to do these
things and be this person!... Shit where was this quote when I made those people
Blood is thicker than water, my mother had always said when I was growing up, a
sentiment I'd often disputed. But it turned out that it didn't matter whether she ...
Cheryl Strayed — 'Blood is thicker than water, my mother had always said when I
was growing up, a sentiment I'd often disputed. But it turned out that it...
Blood Thicker Than Water quotes - 1. My friend I consider you my brother. I know
we are not blood, and blood is thicker than water, but your body already has all ...
“Blood is thicker than water, but family isn't just about blood. Family is about faith,
and loyalty, and who you love. If you don't have those things, I don't care what ...
Feb 1, 2013 ... 2) Origin of “Blood is Thicker Than Water”: This is one that's completely flipped its
meaning over the centuries. In the beginning, it meant ...