To anyone who doesn’t have a sister, it can be darn hard to explain how your relationship works.
Or, more specifically, how it survives.
For example, last night I sent my sister this meme, with ANGRY CAPITAL LETTERS, after she has for months been sneaking onto my Netflix account:
When I ranted to my friends about how often my Netflix account is locked because she's binging the latest episode of Riverdale, they just said, "Why don't you change your password?"
"But, that would mean she couldn't watch Riverdale every Thursday afternoon," I replied.
Even though it makes me roll my eyes when I have been locked out, Riverdale is her favourite show and well, I don't want her to miss out.
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It's contradictory, unhelpful, but that's just how my sisters and I work.
We're not alone, with the recent texts of 16-year-old Trinity and her 12-year-old sister, Jordan going viral.
What started out as Trinity asking to borrow her sister's Spandex, eventually spiralled into passive-aggressive CAPITAL LETTERS, fierce accusations of lying, and the age-old debate of who stole the damn foundation.