Ladies, have you ever told your best friend that she's like a SISTER to you? Well, maybe look into that.
An 18-year-old freshman at Tulane University named Emily Nappi was recently going through the school's roommate-match process, and noticed that she shared a bunch of common interests with a 19-year-old freshman named Mikayla Stern-Ellis.
Unfortunately, Mikayla had already found a roommate. But they became friends, started talking about their childhoods and the fact that they were both from California . . . and realized they'd also both been conceived through ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION.
And since they looked alike, they joked with friends that there was a 25% chance they were RELATED. Then over Christmas break, Mikayla's mom told her it might not be that crazy, because it turned out both girls had a sperm donor who was COLOMBIAN.
So they compared the donors' ID numbers . . . and it turns out they ARE half-sisters. Both girls are currently pursuing acting at Tulane, which was also an interest listed in their father's donor profile. (The Tulane Hullabaloo / Daily Mail)