I have one deceased brother who passed away when I was six. He was older than me and I don't recall anything about him. All I know is what I've heard from other family.
I have an older sister who's meaner than an alley cat and we don't talk. I love her because she's my sister, but that's the only reason why.
My sister, Traci, is ten years older than me and she's cuckoo for cocoa puffs. You never know what she will say or do. She's a wild card with a good heart. I'm closest to her as far as hanging out or spending time.
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Only 3% of Americans hate their siblings.
To conduct the NationalToday.com Siblings Day Survey, the researchers at National Today [www.nationaltoday.com]—America's favorite online destination to commemorate quirky and fun holidays—asked 1,000 Americans about everyone’s favorite sibling celebration.
*** NATIONALTODAY.COM SIBLINGS DAY SURVEY ***
(survey of 1,000 Americans, conducted on March 19, 2017)
>> 92% OF AMERICANS DON'T FIGHT WITH THEIR SIBLINGS
Only 8% of Americans report haven physically fought with their siblings. While only 3% of males still hold a grudge over a childhood fight, females are half as forgiving: 6% still feel a bit bitter.
>> 1 IN 10 AMERICAN SIBLINGS ARE BEST FRIENDS
8% of Americans talk to their siblings every day, while another 8% say their siblings know them better than anyone else.
>> SIBLINGS IMPROVE THE LIVES OF 85% OF AMERICANS
Given the choice, only 15% of Americans would opt to be an only child. 36% would choose to be an older sibling, while 1 in 3 would enjoy being the youngest.
>> OTHER SIBLINGS DAY INSIGHTS
#1: We shared—or still share—clothes (7%)
#2: We are in a group text (6%)
#3: We share the same friend group (5%)
#4: We've embarrassed each other on social media (5%)
Do you have any brothers or sisters?