Siblings. Love ’em. Hate ’em. Can’t live with ’em, can’t live without ’em. The dynamics of sibling relationships are true across all cultures and time periods. Siblings have been hiding food from one another since the middle ages. That’s a fact. Look it up.
Sibling culture is knowing all the best blind spots in your refrigerator where no one will find your leftovers.
— dj franzia (@hawillisdc) April 23, 2018
when you’re watching your sibling get their ass beat & you know you’re next pic.twitter.com/zZ02A4dir4
— arianna 🌸 (@AriannaFlores12) April 25, 2018
me: *getting dressed to go out*
sibling: mom said to take me with you pic.twitter.com/cebTEqqEzy
— don’t look at me (@factsonfemales) April 23, 2018
*me and my siblings start fighting*
my dad from a different room: pic.twitter.com/KYS7mvnfHi
— Mario♠️ (@Smashed) April 18, 2018
“what’s it like having a sister?” pic.twitter.com/mNkSOSXZBU
— trin. (@cinnamxntxast) November 3, 2017
My sister took going to jail badly. Spat at everyone. Refused food and drink. Smeared shit on the walls. We never played Monopoly again.
— Tuffer (@TufferB) December 18, 2017
When your sibling washes one plate and your parents praise them, but you clean the house, cut the grass, and build an extension with your bare hands and all you get is a “that’s what you’re supposed to do” pic.twitter.com/EfbPwtlsAf
— Pengeth🌺 (@Kenn_Dee12) April 22, 2018
when you tell your sibling you’re going to shower and then you hear the faucet running pic.twitter.com/nkqpvbEywJ
— WORLDSTARHIPHOP (@WORLDSTARRCLIPS) April 18, 2018
Me: *fights and cusses sibling everyday*
Anyone else: *lightly brushes sibling*
— Shit Mexicans🇲🇽 Do (@SOMEXlCAN) April 23, 2018