When You're Too Close To Your Mother And Sister
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When You're Too Close To Your Mother And Sister

"Too close?"

When You're Too Close To Your Mother And Sister
Paige Wagner

Not everyone can say that they have close relationships with their mother and sister. For me, people can say that my relationship with my mother and sister is a little too close. At times, things become very interesting between the three of us, like with our Snapchat wars, inside jokes, random trips to Taco Bell, and so on. Even when we argue, we soon let it go, because we have to share something with one another. Not everyone understands the relationship we share; they even question if it's normal, but who's to say we care what you think about our relationship?

You take pictures whenever you get food/drinks.

No matter where we end up going, everyone has to know we went and what we got.

Random dancing moments occur often.

Whether you want it to happen or not, it will always end up happening when we are together.

You can never leave your phone alone.

Even if I leave the room for 10 seconds, I have to be prepared for the uncountable amounts of selfies left on my phone.

You talk to one another like friends.

Honestly do you need more of an explanation?

You will receive the weirdest Snapchats.

At all hours of the day, we can receive one of these without warning.

You share similar interests.

Not many people share such a deep admiration for pizza and attractive guys like us.

You can never take a cute picture alone.

Pretty much every picture I have has at least one of them in it.

You annoy each other.

We mean well, I swear!

It's very rare to have cute pictures together.

We can be nice to one another when we want to be, and when we are, we look cute doing it.

You understand each other's struggles.

Even miles away they know how stressful college can be at times.

Blackmail is ALWAYS kept!

Hopefully they won't make me pay for this one.

You guys have your own group chat.

How else are we going to talk about everything and everyone without you all knowing?

There is nothing wrong with being yourself around them.

We don't care how crazy we may look, if we're together, get ready to see some humorous memories be created.

To be honest, people may never understand our relationship and even judge us for it, but I don't care. We are happy with our relationship and that's all that matters. I may be away from them two while I'm at college, but that doesn't change our relationship one bit. For those who do not have a relationship like this with someone, I hope one day you will. Until then, keep judging, because we'll just have more fun being "too close."

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