(1) I decided to buddy up to them(2) Growing up in the 1920s, his closest buddy was Fats Domino before his family relocated to Portland, Oregon, where Lee took up featherweight boxing.(3) Invite a coworker to work alongside you, even if you're doing different tasks, just so you have some company. Having a work buddy helps both of you get your tasks done.(4) I lost the light of my life, my buddy , my best friend.(5) I'll admit that Tom opened the door for me, but I had to buddy up with them and get to know them just like everybody else before they let me into their little circle.(6) Instead, imagine a writing buddy or a good friend who appreciates the efforts you make and never puts you down. o Find a ritual or routine to help you through the process.(7) Since they're best friends, his buddy would know where he was and who he was with.(8) As an aside, before Christmas I ran into a buddy from high school.(9) We actually got to buddy around with the man himself(10) In ├ö├ç├┐Reunion,├ö├ç├û six high school friends investigate a buddy 's death.(11) I'm working on it, buddy(12) It's not the first time that Dylan has decided to buddy up to a huge corporation to sell his music.(13) The only way to let your hair down in Geneva is to buddy up to a local and follow their lead.(14) Seymour and Cypress offer the most off-piste snowshoeing, so remember to buddy up and check avalanche and weather conditions.(15) Given the choice, both Celtic and Rangers would be happy to buddy up to Uefa by playing in the Champions League, because it remains the ultimate club competition.(16) Another report, this one by British Telecom and Gartner Group, said that the average telecommuter works 11 percent more hours than his office buddy .