The Reason You Could Never Sleep In During The Weekends: Latino Alarm Clocks
After going to work and/or school all week, you’d think you’d be able to catch up on some rest during the weekend. But you seem to forget your parents wouldn’t allow that. They were the Latino alarm clock that you can never snooze, and here’s how they wake you up. ??
It starts with: “¡Levántate! Ya son las 12 de la tarde.” *At 8 a.m.*
F M L. ?
If her screeching voice doesn’t wake you up, opening the blinds will.
Aaaah! My eyes! ?
If that didn’t work, she’d pull your cobijas.
She. Wouldn’t. Quit.
When she got tired of fighting you to get up, she’d take a break and start cleaning and turn up the music to freaking 7,000.
To top it off, there’s also the sound of the lawnmowers outside your window.
Seemed like the onlyyyy time your dad could possibly cut the grass was early in the morning. During the weekend.
At the same time, your mom decides she wants to bring out her enormous, loud vacuum.
Sleep is literally impossible at this point.
Then your dog starts barking because he/she is scared of the lawnmower and vacuum. Ugh.
And if you thought your morning couldn’t get any worse, the ruckus of your mom cooking would for sure wake you up.
At that point you just give up. You were not going to be able to sleep in and you knew it.
Buuuuut, if your parents are asleep and they hear anything louder than a tiny mouse farting, they wake up mad AF.
Life is not fair. Not fair. At all.
What other ways do your parents wake you up? Comment and share below!
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