Who's got the bigger potty mouth—Tina Fey or Amy Poehler? The answer to this query, and others E! News recently posed before the duo, may surprise you.

The BFFs and frequent Golden Globe Awards co-hosts and movie co-stars were quizzed about themselves ahead of the release of their latest comedy film, Sisters, which is set for release on Dec. 18.

In a game called "Most Likely," the two were given double-sided photos showing each of them individually and asked to hold up the applicable picture while answering questions such "Who is most likely to host a dinner party?"and "Who is most likely to drop an F-Bomb?"

And Poehler, naturally, took a moment to give her photo a pep talk.

The two have been friends for more than 20 years. They met when they were improv performers at Chicago's ImprovOlympic in 1993. They went on to star on SNL together as well as in movies such as Baby Mama and Mean Girls.

In Sisters, they play sisters with very different personalities who throw one last party at their childhood home, which their parents plan to sell. The movie also stars fellow SNL alumni Maya Rudolph, 43, and Rachel Dratch, 49, as well as current cast member Kate McKinnon, 31, plus John Leguizamo, 51, John Cena, 38, Josh Brolin, 47, Ja Rule, 39, and The Mindy Project star and MADtv alum Ike Barinholtz, 38.

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The two also have kids around the same age - Fey and husband Jeff Richmond have two daughters, Alice, 10, and Penelope, 4, while Poehler and ex Will Arnett are parents to sons Archie, 7, and Abel, 5. Are the two hoping for an arranged marriage down the road? Watch the video and find out what they told E! News.

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