There’s a sense of security that comes with old friends. They finish our sentences, know our quirks and become an extension of our families. Most importantly they know our faults and love us anyway. Catch up with your best bud like no time has passed with the curated list of old friends quotes below.

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Message #1

Welcome back home my old friend; Even though we only share a rented room, staying here for a long week without you seemed so dull and lifeless. Hope you had a great time with your parents?


Message #2

I warmly welcome an old friend to our group; we’re sure he’s going to be a delightful person to share our moments with.


Message #3

Welcome a friend to my house, be comfortable and make my place feel like your own home until your parents come back. We will definitely have a great time together to share thoughts and things.


Message #4

I sincerely welcome you to thank me. You weren’t so formal with me because we don’t need any decorations of friendship; still, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you.


Message #5

You are always welcome friend; please feel free to let me know if you need any help in the future. Don’t hesitate because your problem is no less than mine.

Message #6

I welcome you with all my heart to my marriage. We share many invaluable memories of college days; so, on this important day in my life, I want you to be by my side.


Message #7

I warmly welcome all my friends to the opening of my first music compact disc. I could not have done it without your support; so, please come and boost my morale.


Message #8

I keep my old friends, and get older with them, but push young. It’s good to be surrounded by kids, because they keep you young.____Carine Roitfeld


Message #9

Welcome to you old friend. When I think of you I remember some of the best moments of life and find myself in a joy that is unmatched.


Message #10

New friends may be poems but old friends are alphabets. Don’t forget the alphabets because you will need them to read the poems. —William Shakespeare.