Teen's Hilarious Text Thread With Her Sister Is All Of Us With Our Siblings

Now everyone's chiming in with their own hilarious sibling quibbles.

Anyone with a brother or sister knows the sibling quibble routine all too well. You have a ridiculous fight over the tiniest thing that's probably rooted in your entire sibling history and identities — or, it really is just about the tiniest thing. Whatever it may be, these little arguments are always annoying, but also kind of hilarious when you look back on them. 

In a post shared on Twitter, Trinity Hartman, 16, shows a texting conversation she had with her sister, Jordan Torstenson, 12. In it, the two are fighting about stealing and using each other's belongings, like Hartman's makeup foundation.

"DON'T TAKE MY STUFF ANYMORE," Hartman writes.

"THEN DON'T TAKE MY STUFF ANYMORE," Torstenson replies.

Hartman shows BuzzFeed that the conversation all started when she asked Torstenson if she could borrow her spandex. Torstenson replied "no," because she didn't even know where they were. She then blames Hartman for taking them, which Hartman denies.

"OK well you went through my makeup and everything so don't go in my room anymore and take my stuff," Torstenson tells her sister. From there, the conversation escalates, with the sisters using all-capital letters to yell at each other. 

But perhaps the funniest (and most relatable) part comes when, right smack in the middle of the argument, Torstenson types (in lowercase): "Do you want to go to the movies tonight," to which her sister replies: "yes."


Since sharing the end of their fight to Twitter, Hartman's conversation has gone viral, with the tweet garnering over 60 thousand retweets and 113 thousand likes. People have shared their own experiences with siblings as well, and it's downright hilarious. 

"My sister and I argue about small things a lot, but at the end of the day we always make up, and we love each other a lot," Hartman told BuzzFeed. "Even when I'm mad at her, I've got her back. She's pretty much my own built-in best friend."

We think it's safe to say that even though our siblings may drive us absolutely nuts, we'll still love them at the end of the day — and that's what makes them our siblings. 

Cover photo by Shari Sirotnak on Unsplash

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