Sisters. Love them or hate them, you are stuck with them. Sometimes they feel like a blessing, sometimes they feel like a curse. It’s a hard line to walk, but you walk it anyway because at the end of the day, no matter what, you love your sister.
The nice things about having a sister outweigh the things that might make you nervous. You love the inside jokes, you love the way you have a similar sense of humor, and you love that you always have each other’s backs. When life gets too tough, and when parents are too much to deal with, at least having a sister by your side makes it a little bit easier.
Of course, it is not all fun and games, but let's focus on the positives, shall we? Here are some hilarious and relatable messages that only sisters will understand (and might have even sent themselves).
The eternal argument
via: twitterWe all know that sisters have a tendency to argue about literally everything. And worse than the arguments is trying to figure out who is right and who is not.
via: twitterSisters have a lot of problems, and sometimes trying to decide what kind of food they want to eat for dinner is what they are worried about! It makes sense, it is some very serious stuff.
via: twitterSisters are used to hearing all the gossip, and that includes every little detail about their love life. So some sisters might be a little unsurprised to see a new love interest every week.
via: twitterMemes come with a price. That price? Being sucked into the void and never finding your way out. Memes become part of the battle in who is funnier.
Always There For Each Other
via: twitterSometimes sisters have to go above and beyond for their other half. They have to make the long drive and deal with a drunk sibling. At least it makes for an amusing story.
Those Late Night Chats
via: twitterWe have all had times where we just can't sleep, so we text our sister who is a room away. Sometimes the conversation gets deep really quick, but sometimes it just doesn't.
Those Damn Relationship Problems
via: twitterA sister will always be there for you, even when you come up with some ideas that are less than perfect. But at least they are always willing to listen to your plan first.
via: twitterSisters are more willing to tell each other things than there parents, which is definitely the case in this conversation. Luckily, sisters are always there for each other and willing to get each other out of serious situations.
Left On Read
via: twitterSometimes it is really hard to sleep! We mentioned it before! And so a sister looks for some comfort, but sometimes, the sibling in the other room just has no time for you whatsoever. It happens.
via: twitterIt is very important to look out for one another, especially in concerns of potential lifemates. So sisters always have each other's backs for that, and they make sure they keep each other updated.
The Fine Line
via: twitterThere is a fine line between love and hate, we all know that. And sometimes sisters know that line better than anyone, and they are not afraid to let their sibling know it.
Thinking Of You
via: twitterSharing memes during school is sometimes the only thing that gets us through the day. So when scrolling through Instagram, chances are, sisters are sending each other hilarious memes.
Jokes On You
via: twitterIt's important for sisters to be sarcastic with each other. After all, that is how they show their love! So it makes sense for them to clap back with these quick remarks.
Sometimes They Are Really Loving
via: twitterWhile sisters may argue more often than not, they can also be super loving. Every once and a while a sister will show unexpected kindness, and really, that's the best part of having a sister.
No Matter How Weird
Always Looking Out
Thinking Of The Future
When They Can't Agree
The Real World
They Understand You
The Creepy Memes
Boys, Boys, Boys
via: twitterThe first day of anything is hard--classes, dates, jobs. So when you feel a little weird, it is nice to send your sister a text message. She might think you are weird too, but at least she'll make you feel okay about it.