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16 Unbearably Cute Things That Happen When You Reunite With Your BFF

Barack Obama's visit to India and his subsequent reunion with Modi have been an onslaught of adorable.

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1. When you see each other for the first time, you're so happy, you could cry.

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2. Seriously, it's the most heart-wrenching moment.

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3. While the world watches, you two immediately begin catching up, oblivious to who's around you.

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4. So many stories to fill each other in on! So little time!!!

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5. And so, so much juicy gossip to be exchanged!

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6. Randos may try to butt in to your conversation, but you don't have time for that.

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7. And your top priority is to GTFO and go chill somewhere, just the two of you.

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8. You practice your good ol' BFF handshake and, whaddaya know, you've still got it.

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9. You bust into your secret dance and, seriously, you both still know the moves.

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10. And your inside jokes, no matter how long it's been, are still hilarious to you both.

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11. All your other BFFs are rendered completely irrelevant.

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12. Sure, one of you may be a taaaaad more excited than the other.

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13. And, OK, yeah, some old points of tension and contention may come up.

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14. And yes, some differences are irreconcilable, no matter how hard you try.

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15. But at the end of the day, these hands belong in each other, it's plain to see. #SorryMichelle

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16. And – hopefully, for the sake of the free world – you'll always have each other's backs.

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