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31 Reasons Sisters Are The Greatest Built-In Friends — Even If They're Sometimes Your Enemy

Sisters: your built-in friend

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31 Reasons Sisters Are The Greatest Built-In Friends — Even If They're Sometimes Your Enemy
Morgan Weldon

A sister is the best and worst gift life has ever given you. They are your greatest ally and worst enemy. But best of all, they are your built-in best friend. Your forever friend. The bond is truly unmatched. There is nothing else in the world quite like a sister.



She is there when you need a bit of support.

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She is your No. 1 adventure buddy.

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There are endless inside jokes.

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She can understand what you're saying when your mouth is full.

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She knows your family's quirks.

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She is your forever friend.

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She encourages you to be the best you.

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She sends the best memes.

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She always knows how to make you smile.

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She will be there no matter what – even if you got into an argument yesterday.

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She taught you how to break the rules.

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She will not let you leave the house looking like a train wreck of colors.

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You are each other’s missing half – you complete one another. If you combined the two of you, you would make the perfect person.

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She can walk you through her mistakes, so you do not have to make the same ones.

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You can share clothes making your closet twice as big.

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She does not judge you because she knows what you have been through.

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She is someone you can confide in about family matters. She understands the pain.

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She always has your back – even when she knows you are wrong.

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She can communicate with you through looks alone.

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She pushes you out of your comfort zone.

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Car rides with her are never boring.

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She can make you laugh uncontrollably with one word – and sometimes with a single look.

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She tries new and different things with you.

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She is your partner in crime – even when she knows it will end in trouble.

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She has made the best memories with you.

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She is the first to give you tough love.

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She has seen you at your best and worst – but loves you anyway.

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She is protective of you. She will not let anyone hurt you.

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You can trust her with your life.

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It does not matter how much distance is between you two – she is always with you.

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She has special goodbyes with you – a tap of the hat.

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