As the eldest and the only boy amongst my siblings, i think i have the authority... so yes we do get along very well.
i get along with both of my sisters... before my eldest sister was kind of strict and i couldn't say anything that would piss her off but now she is kind of like me .. laid back and doesn't care .. and my younger sister is crazy as hell and we just play game 24/7
Yes it is just me and my sister and we are only 15 months apart so we get along very well.
Yeah, I would say so, we get on each others nerves though sometimes!
I lOOOOVE my sissy. I totally get along with her, of course now we live thousands of miles apart, but I am always looking forward to talk to her.
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