Idioms about friendship
Friendship is about sharing the good times and the bad times.
Friendship is associated with affection, kindness, love, empathy, honesty, loyalty, mutual understanding and compassion.
If you need a shoulder to cry on, you will find a friend who listens sympathetically. Or you may know someone inside out, which is to know someone very well, so you can enjoy each other’s company, trust, and be oneself.
All in all, friendship is the mutual affection between people.
To go through thick and thin: people who have had some good times and difficult times together
Birds of a feather: The entire idiom is “Birds of a feather flock together,” which means that people with common interests tend to spend time with one another.
For example, my friend prefers the same clothes as me. Well, birds of a feather flock together.
A shoulder to cry on: someone who listens to your problems
It’s always good to talk to Hilary, she’s so sympathetic. She’s a real shoulder to cry on
A friend in need is a friend indeed: If someone helps you when you are having a problem that means she/he is a true friend
Friends in high places: This phrase means that one has friends who have important or influential positions.