Being Forced To Wash Each Other’s Underwear Is Just One Of The Punishments We Dealt With If We Were Caught Fighting With Our Siblings
Growing up with siblings is all fun and games until you start to fight with each other about every little thing. If both of you are equally aggressive and stubborn, you know these fights can get to the point that your mom has to step in and help solve the problem like this…
If you’re caught fighting with one of your siblings and your mom tells you to quit it, then it’s probably best if you quit it, or else…
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Damn she has some really good aim.
If you fail to listen and continue fighting, then your mom will start to think of more creative ways to go about punishing you and your sibling.
At least this person was working out during their punishment.
Even if your mom doesn’t always follow through with the punishment, the threat alone is bad (and disgusting) enough.
Gross. I would die.
Here’s another stinky sibling punishment you wouldn’t want to be a part of:
If the punishment doesn’t involve stinky butts and dirty underwear, then it may involve grains of salt and oversized t-shirts.
My mom also used that ‘oversized t-shirt’ technique on me and my brother. -_-
Of course the battle isn’t over until you apologize to one another.
This is the most awkward and annoying part of the punishment.
Despite all of these sibling fights, there are a few rare occasions where you actually get along quite fine.
lmfaoooo this why i love my lil bro pic.twitter.com/wIMwCy5fsf
— chacorta (@jxrgegaona) September 26, 2016
As much as I hated these punishments, they’re what taught me to forgive and respect my siblings in the long run. So, thank you mom!
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