I am a single child and I have grown up listening to my friends talk about their siblings. From what I gather from their conversations is that having a sibling is a blessing. I may have missed out on sibling bond but I know it's pure and there is unconditional love. Of course, there are moments of competitiveness, loads of teasing, along with a weird urge to annoy the hell out of one another.
From saying things like tujhe gutter se leke aye hai to to mera sabse pyara bhai hai, the sibling mood changes in split seconds. But having seen all of this, I also realise that having a sibling is like being on a roller coaster ride. And this Twitter thread about conversations with a sibling proves exactly that. The threat went viral after a user posted a Tweet about her conversations with her sister. Then followed a series of posts where people shared their WhatsApp conversations with their siblings and it's hilarious. Check it out!
Show your conversations with your siblings.— K. (@SayNoMoreSon_) September 15, 2020
Here’s what I have with my sister :)) pic.twitter.com/7nzcQPu3EG
Read on to have a good laugh.
My conversations with my sister are just straight up weird pic.twitter.com/ACPbBSR1nv— plantation princess (@driya__) September 17, 2020
Balochi conversation 🙃 pic.twitter.com/NUtay2J3vf— abbas gowaram bizanjo (@abbasbaluch3) September 16, 2020
🤣 this is complete one way conversation pic.twitter.com/9IGiMSQO90— Life of π (@of_lifeofpip) September 16, 2020
My sister is sending these exact texts each day since like a year ago.. 😄😄😄😄 pic.twitter.com/hQR4tmgweY— Mohit Gangwar (@MohitGa78335564) September 17, 2020
My lil sister giving me a disclaimer about ghar ka mahol before coming home 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/oV6Xq9eGrg— Rohan Narayan (@RohanNarayan7) September 17, 2020
convos with my brother consists of pubg, random ss and sheesha 😂 pic.twitter.com/dc6zhe4G2M— ⁷ اشفع عابدی (@AbdyIshfa) September 17, 2020
while convos with my sister are hella random 😂 pic.twitter.com/KhWfXid0qs— ⁷ اشفع عابدی (@AbdyIshfa) September 17, 2020
Relatable much? What's your fave memory with your sibling?
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