12 Times You And Your Mom Were Rory And Lorelai
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12 Times You And Your Mom Were Rory And Lorelai

The mother-daughter relationship we all want.

12 Times You And Your Mom Were Rory And Lorelai

Let me just begin by saying that if you have not watched "Gilmore Girls," well, you are doing yourself a major disservice. "Gilmore Girls" is easily a classic, with its corny conversations, dated lifestyle and 2000s flare, Rory and her mom. Lorelei, have a lot going on — as does the tight knit town that they live in. I doubt anyone would argue with the statement that Rory and Lorelei have a one of a kind relationship-one where you would suspect that they are sisters rather than mom and daughter. Perhaps you have that same kindred spirit-type relationship with your mom, too.

1. You talk about every part of your day.

2. She is always down to go out to eat or order take out.

3. Really, she's just always down to hang out with you.

4. She loves everything you love and vice versa.

5. You're both each other's "person."

6. She will always love you more than the boy you like.

7. She's your superwoman and you are her's.

8. There is never a dull moment between the two of you.

9. You embarrass her as much as she embarrasses you.

10. She knows about the boy in your life.

11. You speak the same language, even if that doesn't include words sometimes.

12. She'll always be your wing girl.

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