Not necessarily. We actually get to choose our friends.
Well the iron found in blood does make it more thick then the fewer compounds that make up water. :p<br />
But no not always true. I have an aunt that im really close with and shes the adopted one.
True it's a saying. But blood has got to be deserving of love and respect as much as water does.
Blood is thicker than water in a literal sense. <br />
In the sense that this phrase is meant, it can be true. In the end, for a lot of the people, no matter what, it is your own families who will bail you out, not strangers, and sometimes friends will walk away faster than they came when there is trouble. <br />
I used to think its true of all families, but after having read a lot of stories of recent on here and autibiographies, I know its not true for a lot of people. Which is sad.
Almost. Innocence has value over a life well led... is truer.
i dnt know what that means.. but i agree that Blood is Thicker than Water.
I hate to say this but it really depends on the person..I can't even say whether it would be true in a general sense or not.
False. Blood may be thicker than water. But water is healthier to drink than blood.
well it is true, water is runny and blood is kind of less runny x)