With some help from the likes of The Duke of Cambridge, Rio Ferdinand and Loyle Carner, we kicked off 2018 with a big #BestManProject bang.
An honour many men experience, being a best man is often a shining example of what it means to be a great mate. With the #BestManProject we ask: why save it for a wedding?
So we got some pairs of mates in a room and dissected how friendships can have such a positive effect on our wellbeing. First up was comedian Humza and his friend Dhanny, and now we’re shining the spotlight on another pair of pals.
“I do worry there are a lot of brothers, best mates, work mates, and people on football, hockey and rugby teams who have never said ‘I love you’ yet”
Carl Anka – writer, presenter and CALM supporter
Enter Carl and Kevin, who discussed shower routines, fighting kangaroos and being really great mates.
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