The Tee's and Jeans Squabble

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My sibling and I were quite... hmm lets say mischievious.



Both my brother and I had quite the temper. We were like raging fire, figting over things like last strand of Maggi Noodle or that shiny Toffee wrapper.

  

There's not much age difference between me and my siblings,and while growing up we were almost of same size and height. So you can imagine what a ruckus we created for clothes. My sister would handwash her clothes  and dilligently iron her stylish tees and jeans and then hide them all. My brother and I would spend hours trying to find the location. I would go for the shirts and he, for the jeans. 

My brother will get all decked up with copious amount of hairgel, nauseating deodrant and her jeans (somehow they were a perfect fit). He would deliberately walk past her and soon as soon she realizes that it's her jeans, he would jump on his bike and ride away. There would be sparks flying all over the place, while mom would try to calm her down.


Do you too have a story like this?

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16 comments:

  1. Awww I can feel your sister's agony! But such things make for cute memories. Your posts always make me smile Rajlakshmi :)

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  2. I don't have any memories like this. My sister and I didn't try to do stuff just to make each other anger. Looking back, I think we were perfect :)

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  3. I think it is kind of funny and can just imagine your brother running away on that bike. LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

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  4. lol :-D wel i dnt have this experience as der is a 5 yr diff between me n my bro bt i do get credits for running away with his shoes occassionally :-D

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  5. I am a unique piece so no much fighting but yes fighting over food with my cousins in family get together was a tradition :D

    PhenoMenon
    http://throodalookingglass.com/2014/04/teppan/

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  6. haha...my sister and I are of the same size so every few months we exchange our clothes and anything we buy automatically is for the both of us.. Ofcourse I like her clothes more than mine

    T for Tired-Random Thoughts Naba

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  7. Hehe, with two elder brothers I was the quiet one but I have seen my brothers fighting like cats and dogs, scratching, pounding and punching each other. What fun I had as audience :)

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  8. Ha I hv had(stll hv) these squabbles with my lit sister! But not much ove rthe dresses as were extreme in our sizes

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  9. Another fun read from your collection of sibling stories! Enjoyable as always :)

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  10. My brother and I were the same way. When he used to tell me to shut up, it drove me up a wall. I'd unplug the cable. Yes I'd suffer a little, but he suffered more.

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  11. LOL can't say I do. Only child here and sometimes oh so very thankful for that. lol

    Happy A to Z-ing!
    ~Anna
    herding cats & burning soup.

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  12. I have had a lovely childhood at one stage we were about 6 cousins staying together in our house in city to do our studies and each day was chaos :)


    Hello , how are you . its been a long time since I was here .

    Bikram

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  13. Hahahahahaha! I cant stop laughing on things you have mentioned and images you have shared here!!!! I still have tv remote fights at home and we have to replace broken remote every two months!!! :D

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  14. ha ha ha I can correlate... I use my lil bro's tees and shirts... and he uses my tees and jackets.. and as of shoes and socks.. god knows who is wearing whose.. now his foot size outgrew mine :( "sighs*

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  15. LOL :D It must be very infuriating and irritating then but they do make for nice stories now :))

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  16. I was the baby of the family and had 'replaced' my twelve year old sister who died. Consequently, my siblings were considerably older than me. I am very close to my sister and my brother, even though they think I was spoiled as a kid!

    Carol @ Battered Hope

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