I Bet You Have Done These Things with Your Siblings Too
My sisters and I have done weird, crazy, and amazing things together. Most of us have done similar things with our siblings and I bet, those moments are the best time of life. Irrespective of how much you fight with your elder or younger sister, the bonding becomes stronger with every sisterly quarrel we have. I feel blessed to have an elder as well as younger sister as it has taught me to behave like an adult and child at the same time with both of them. There are certain things that we may have commonly done with our siblings.
I Bet You Have Done These Things with Your Siblings Too:
I often do that and it’s crazy! We force them to clean their wardrobe and encourage them to remove their old clothes, but when they do that, most of their clothes are kept back in our wardrobe as they seem new on us.
My sister always accompanies me on all my outings so that I know I am with someone close and safe. As long as I am with her, I can drink and chit-chat with my friends comfortably. Without her, I am usually quiet and avoid getting into conversations with anyone so close.
We nag each other for the calories we intake. The fact is no one likes to eat those lousy and tasteless diet foods alone. Encouraging your sister to sacrifice with you will find you a companion to eat. It means you won’t be tempted to look at their plates either.
I do that quite often too! No matter how many clothes I buy, when I have to meet someone special, her clothes keep distracting and attracting me at the same time. Call it a coincidence or a fact; we always look good in borrowed outfits from our siblings.
Many of us do that. When my sister is not around, I peep into her wardrobe to pick her favorite lip colors and try those on me. Although, I have a good collection myself, I can’t resist her keeping different colors than mine.
What are sisters for? Whenever I am late, they play the defending part in front of parents and answer the question answer round on my behalf. If I am in hangover and can’t get up, they do the justifying part on my behalf by facing them early morning. It’s not being mean, it’s called sisterhood!
One of the biggest excuses is about your PMS. You have that all the time so that you can exempt yourself from cooking, cleaning, and washing. You are fortunate if you have a sister as she understands your pain and will surely suggest you to rest. Don’t kill me; they often play the same trick with me too.