Johnni Macke
December 12, 2016 10:00 am
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Having a sister is definitely a gift, even if you drive each other crazy every now and then. But, how well do you know your sis? We’ve come up with 25 questions you should ask your sister in order to really get to know her, and bring you closer to one another.

Sure, some of these might be a little too personal, or goofy or even totally random, but what’s the point of having a sister if you don’t know everything about her? Okay, we know there are a few things better left unsaid, but these questions will definitely help you bond with your sis and make her your BFF for life — in case you aren’t already on that level.

What are you waiting for, let’s get started!

1What’s been the best day of your life so far?

This is something you should ask everyone in your family, because the answer might surprise you. Who knows, maybe it’ll be the time you did something for your sis, which would be adorable.

2How many kids do you really want to have?

It changes throughout your lifetime, so there’s no right or wrong answer here.

3If you could meet anyone in the world, alive or dead, who would it be?

It might sound like a typical ice-breaker question, but we bet you have no clue what your sister would say. Lunch date with Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer, anyone?

4Who was your first crush?

Everyone loves a good crush story. Plus, if it’s Jonathan Taylor Thomas or Joey Lawrence you can laugh about the ’90s together.

5What about your first love?

Crushes can be someone you actually know, or someone famous, but a first love is much more sentimental and sacred.

6When, where and who was your first kiss?

You might think you know this answer, but you could be wrong. Either way kissing stories are usually sweet and nostalgic, which is great thing to share between sisters.

7What is one thing you’ve never told me?

It can be goofy, or serious, as long as it’s the truth. Prepare yourself, because this question could unleash something you never saw coming.

8What’s something our parents don’t know about you?

This has to be different than the last answer. By asking about your parents, sisters can bond over things they either both told their parents or kept secret, which is pretty cool.

9What was a moment in college or high school that you’d never want to relive?

Drinking stories are always encouraged, but this question is when the truth comes out about those terrible moments you’ve blocked out over the years — and made you who you are today — whether you know it or not.

10Is there something you can’t live without?

You can make this more specific if need be, like an object, food, person, etc.

11How did you really feel about the last gift I bought you?

Truth time! Don’t be offended no matter what the answer here, it might be interesting to know if you’ve been able to capture your sister in a gift version or not all these years.

12Who would play you in a movie? Okay, now who should play you in a movie?

These are two very different questions, both equally as telling. The first is who you would want to play you in a movie, which reveals who you think you are most like. The second is who should actually play you, which means admitting which celebrity is really your spirit animal.

13If you could go back in time, would you change what you wore to prom?

Fashion faux pas questions are a must. This is a light-hearted question, but can bring up more throwback style memories, which is always a good thing to talk about.

14What’s your most prominent childhood memory?

You might’ve grown up in the same house, but kids remember events completely different so this is a unique way to talk about childhood through your sister’s eyes.

15Is there something I did that you’ve never gotten over, or forgiven?

This is another serious question for all you ladies. There always seems to be a grudge holder in every family, is your sister the one in yours?

16On a scale from one to 10 how uncomfortable are you answering these questions?

It’s always a good idea to make sure your sister is comfortable when you talk to her, especially if you asking her a million deep or personal questions in one sitting.

17When did you tell mom and dad that you started drinking? When did you actually have your first drink?

Again, two very telling and different questions. Was your sister a rebel, who lied about her drinking and you had no clue, or did she tell your parents right away and then go from there? Did you do the same?

18Which of our siblings is actually your favorite?

Okay, this might be like walking into a trap, but if you have more than one sibling, haven’t you always wanted to know the answer to this?

19What’s one piece of parental advice that you’ve held onto?

Your mom and dad could’ve given each of you completely different advice along the way, so it’s interesting to see what your sister has kept with her as she’s grown up.

20What is your guilty TV pleasure?

You can tell a lot about someone based on what they watch on TV. Plus, if you watch the same thing it opens up a whole other lane of discussion for you guys.

21Have you ever had a night you couldn’t remember? If so what led up to it?

Party stories are usually something siblings hide from one another, especially if your sibling is older. They’ve lived a life you probably had no clue about because you weren’t old enough to see it.

22What’s your greatest fear in life?

This might be hard to admit, but knowing someone’s fears can definitely bring people closer.

via giphyWhat questions would you want your sister to answer?

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