Cosmopolitan (USA)

THE MOST SISTER THING MY SISTER’ S EVER SISTERED

- By TEAM COSMO

“Remember that time you told me our house was haunted and I believed you and I cried?” — JESS I CA WALTERS,

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“When my youngest sister went through a tough breakup, my middle sister and I got her a plane ticket and flew her from California to New York, where the three of us got matching sister tattoos.” — ABBEY ADKISON, supervisin­g video producer

“We were playing house and I was trying to ‘feed’ my sister, Devon, but the only things around that a a resembled food were some pennies. Five seconds later, my mom was giving Devon the Heimlich because she choked on one. That was the last time we played house.” — LAUREN ADHAV, associate fashion edi t or

“Growing up, my sister and I sounded so much alike on the phone that she would have me talk to her high school boyfriends just to play tricks.” — DES I SULCA, video edi t or

“Sistering goes both ways…like the time mine sent me a picture of her new nipple piercing and I immediatel­y told our mom. Sorry!! Big sisters gonna big- sister.” — MADELEINE FRANK REEVES, deputy articles director

“Being the older sibling + an Aries, I’ve always taken my role as the ringleader very very seriously. There was the time I convinced my sister to touch a hot light bulb because I said it was fun and the time I told her to pet a cactus.…I swear she still loves me.” —ABBY SILVER MAN, creative director, digital

“I once had the wonderful idea *not* to untangle my extremely tangled hair on wash day. I ended up having to yell for my sister to cut out a massive knot right there in the shower. I lost a giant patch of hair that day, but we laugh about it all the time!” —JILL IAN SELLERS, assistant visual edi t or

“When we were kids, my sister, Marla, and I played tug- of- war in our living room. One of our hands slipped (in my mind, it was hers) and shattered our mom’s expensive vase. Marla started to cry and immediatel­y blamed me. I, the soft empath, started to cry, too, and continued to sob as I swept up the dirt and put myself in time- out.” — MIA LARDI ERE, Snap chat editor

“My sister and I didn’t have the same style, and I was always thankful for that bc I never had the ‘my sister stole my outfit’ issue…until a year ago, when I walked into her room and she was wearing my high school sweats and favorite shirt! I can’t lie though—she looked great.” — NIA CHAVEZ, Snapchat motion designer

“We couldn’t all agree on which photo I should submit for this bc we all have different ‘good sides’ and ‘good angles.’ This resulted in an argument that lasted a solid 34 minutes. ( Argument = ending texts with periods.) I won.” — TAYLOR ANDREWS, assistant editor

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