15 Signs You And Your Mom Are The Real Life Lorelai And Rory Gilmore
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15 Signs You And Your Mom Are The Real Life Lorelai And Rory Gilmore

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15 Signs You And Your Mom Are The Real Life Lorelai And Rory Gilmore
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Lorelai and Rory Gilmore are perhaps one of the most iconic mother-daughter duos in TV history. Their close bond and unbreakable friendship are frankly what every mother and daughter strive for. If you're fortunate enough to have this type of close-knit relationship with your mom, like I am, then here are 15 signs you and your mom are the real-life Lorelai and Rory Gilmore!

1. No topic is off limits

2. You support each other no matter what

3. You'd rather hang out with your mom than your friends

4. You don't sugar coat anything

5. You have weird inside jokes only you two understand

6. You fight over clothes

7. You'd do anything for each other

8. You always have fun together

9. Your mom is your biggest fan

10. You owe all of your successes to your mom

11. You always stick up for each other

12. Sometimes you get into fights with each other

13. But you always make up

14. You bond over food

15. Your mom is your best friend

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