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The film was released on home video on August 11, Zooey is ecstatic about the engagement and calls her friends Denise Jaime Pressley and Hailey Sarah Burns to tell them about it, but Peter does not seem to have any close friends to share the good news with. While visiting his parents, it's revealed that Peter is apparently more adept at getting along with women, and has a history of allowing his male friends to fall by the wayside when he is involved with a woman. He has dinner with another man named Doug Thomas Lennon , who he soon discovers is gay and thought Peter was as well. He also has lunch with an elderly man named Mel Murray Gershenz. The two hit it off very well and exchange business cards.

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No flowers, candles or dancing. My L-word troubles are with my boy, my best friend, Kichi. I know he loves me. I feel it all the time. I tell him I love him for a simple reason: Nothing could be more true. I wonder, though, about what keeps him from saying them.

What keeps nearly all young men from being able to tell their male friends that they love them? When I was 8, I made my first best friend. Pedro was twig-thin, messy-haired and jittery, brimming with the kind of untamed tenderness found only in children. When I moved to Philadelphia, he took me — a nervous new boy at school — in his arms and under his wings.

Pedro and I spent our weekends on walks with his mother through the forest trails near their house. He and I walked slowly, holding hands while we stepped, interlocking our fingers. To this day, whenever I participate in the sacred human practice of hand holding, I think of Pedro. I had a terrible feeling that the outside world had broken into our quiet green place. Pedro and I never held hands again. He and I still cared for each other, but that day we learned our care was something we needed to regulate, subdue, place in a chokehold and never let loose.

We learned this at the hands of another boy our age, who probably had learned it at the hands of another boy of whatever age. Pedro and I learned what men in America have learned repeatedly: that tenderness must be tamed in accordance with a set of codes we must become fluent in, as if our survival depends on it.

This lesson is learned over many years, passed between generations, and like the best-taught lessons, it claws into you until you can hardly distinguish where the lesson ends and you begin.

I met Kichi in the middle of my freshman year, when I was once again a nervous new kid, this time throwing a party. I have gone through life with a rotating set of anxious tics. That year, I had become fond of swinging my university lanyard with my key in circles, wrapping and unwrapping it around my finger. That stranger was Kichi.

My first message to him was an apology, sent the next morning. He was kind and forgiving. We agreed to hang out. Freshman year is an easy time to attach to people. I started hanging out with Kichi more and more, almost every day, then several times a day. When it was time to choose housing for sophomore year, we decided to room together. Kichi and I are both mixed race, with white mothers, immigrant fathers and hard-to-pronounce names.

We are from cities — him Seattle, me Philadelphia — that we take pride in. But mostly, we are different. I admire how quietly deliberate Kichi is and the balance he brings to his life.

When I go to him with girlfriend problems, writing problems or any other kinds of problems, some little thing he says or notices always stays with me for days.

As we became closer friends, I started taking some of him with me, and he started taking some of me with him. He appreciates the mess of me, which is maybe how I know that he loves me. What else is there to love, anyway? The codes men follow in love are tricky. These are the linguistic gymnastics masculinity asks us to perform, the negotiations we make through language to keep within the acceptable bounds of manhood.

A footnote should be added to the code. Sometimes the most inconvenient or terrible circumstances can occasion an acceptable expression of love, but only at that moment, never to be spoken of again. Two years ago, Kichi and I took semesters off from college and spent that time in Colombia, where my father is from. I was scared to be mysteriously ill in a place where I knew it could be hard to find help. Kichi searched all over town for a doctor. He put his hand on my forehead.

He whispered into my ear. He told me over and over that I was going to be O. This was perhaps our most intimate moment, brought about by my sickness and unthinkable at any other time. This is the code, as intricate as it is far-reaching.

Kichi and I do not possess the flagship qualities of masculine college boys. We have even talked, more than once, about masculinity and the illogical things it requires of us. But still, we have lived in this world. We grew up as boys in America. We learned this code and we practice it. I feel the weirdness of it in myself.

The lesson is burrowed in that deep. I hesitate, flinch. I want to love in a way that surpasses the need for affirmation, for return.

This is what I have come to know as the purest kind of love: expecting nothing back. I remain hopeful. Ricardo F. Jaramillo , a finalist in the Modern Love college essay contest, graduates from Brown University this month. He is from Philadelphia. Modern Love can be reached at modernlove nytimes.

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No flowers, candles or dancing. My L-word troubles are with my boy, my best friend, Kichi. I know he loves me. I feel it all the time. I tell him I love him for a simple reason: Nothing could be more true.

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Friendless Peter Klaven goes on a series of man-dates to find a Best Man for his wedding. But, when his insta-bond with his new B. After he pops the question, she calls her best friends and they go into wedding planning mode. Peter has no male friends and that poses problems: will he turn out to be a clingy guy, and who will be his best man? Zooey, her friends, and Peter's brother Robbie offer help that results in awkward moments.

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