Sorry for my horrible grammar and English.
This morning, when I was sleeping, my sister decided to “prank” me.
When I was sleeping, she came in my room and literally shaved my fucking head. I mean she didn’t cut all of my hair, she made a big, bald line.
I woke up almost immediately, but it was to late.
Btw, I’ve spent almost 2 years growing my hair, and she needed 2 seconds to ruin everything.
I pretended to still be asleep, and when she left, I came right in her room, took her airpods (my sister paid for them) and used my dads car to crush them, and then put them back.
Then I told my parents what happened (not about the airpods tho). They said that it’s “quite funny”.
When my sister found her airpods, she immediately told my parents, I told them that it’s a “prank” for tiktok too, but sadly, it’s not “quite funny” for them anymore.
They took my laptop and phone (tho I have a second one they don’t know about).
I fucking hate my life.
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Yeah I know this sounds insane but I’m living in it.
So my sister is getting married next February, destination wedding no less. I have doubts whether this wedding is actually going to happen with the pandemic and everything but she is totally set on moving forward.
Anyways because of the pandemic, her original venue has made her cut down on guests because they’re cutting capacity by half. As a result she’s sending out “re-invites” that asks everyone to RSVP again. But in order to figure out who to invite and who to cut, she’s asking all confirmed guests to submit two 250-word “essays” to two questions. The gist is that they’ll use these essays to choose who can come or not, based on people’s enthusiasm. People who don’t write the essays at all will be automatically disqualified.
I just feel really insulted by all of this. The questions aren’t even pandemic-related, its broad topics like ”why do you still want to celebrate this day with us?” And “what will attending our wedding mea... keep reading on reddit ➡
I'm a 32 year old woman and I just bought my first house. It has 3 bedrooms, a yard and is just what I need right now. I'm single and have 2 dogs. My sister is 34, has 3 children and lives in a 2 bedroom apartment. Lately, she's been talking about how such a tiny living space is not enough for the four of them.
When she got to know about the house I had bought, she became very upset and told me I was being "wasteful" as I'm single and don't have kids and therefor don't need such a big space. I reminded her that what I do with my hard earned money is none of her business. She went on to complain to our mother about how "selfish" I was being. Yesterday evening, I got a call from my mom telling me I should let my sister and her kids move into the house. MY house.
I told her that no one was going to live in the house that I paid for but me, and that extra space would be great for my dogs to play in. My mom also got very upset with me and told me I was being unreasonable. That m... keep reading on reddit ➡
...the plan ain't the plan until you hear it from Dan.
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Psychiatric Triage: http://www.health.vic.gov.au/mentalhealthservices/ (call the one for your geographic area and age bracket)
Family Drug Support 1300 368 186
Counselling 24/7 Drug and Alcohol 1800 888 236
Health minister Greg Hunt says the federal government is funding an extra 10 Medicare psychological support services "for anybody who has used their initial 10 services in a lockdown area under a public health order"
will apply across Victoria and other areas that need in future
My sister has been home since covid started and her university shut down. Our mom works as a nurse so she hasnt been home since the pandemic. Our dad lives in a different state since the divorce. My sister brought her boyfriend Kyle (not his real name) though, which my mom was cool with.
For a bit of information about me, I'm a very short guy (5'2) and skinny guy and I am what most of you would consider a nerd. I'm very close with my sister though, cause when we were growing up it was pretty much just the two of us cause mom always worked and dad wasnt in the picture.
Kyle was nice to me at first but after a few weeks of living with him he's started being meaner and meaner to me. Here's a short list of some of the things he does to me on a regular basis...
He takes my snacks and meals from the fridge without asking. I have food allergies so I sometimes go hungry because of this. These are food that I get delivered to me on a weekly basis so when Im out, I have to wait for another we... keep reading on reddit ➡
I (30f) have agreed to carry my sister’s(42f) baby for her as she is unable herself and lacks the financial resources to pay a surrogate. I am happy to do this or at least I was.
I am 6 months along at the moment and I met a lovely man recently and we are in the early stages of a relationship. He knows about my situation and is very accepting and considerate. Before agreeing to carry their baby we had some firm rules placed. They asked me to stay away from any sexual contact with men. I agreed and I really didn’t mind nor do I mind it right now. The agreement was no sex of any kind.
And I have not done anything with anyone as was agreed.
A few days ago I introduced my new bf to my sister and bil and at first everything was great. They invited us for dinner last Saturday, we had a great meal and a gr... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have a younger sister who looks exactly like me. I am 19 and she is 16, but people have been mistakening us as twins for some time because of how close we resemble each other. We have same height, same skin tone, similar voice even.
She also has a habit of being a copycat, from way of dressing to hobbies, even piercings. I know, its cute if you look it from the outside, sisters dressing and looking so alike that they are spitting images of each other.
Honestly though, it's annoying and creeps me out sometimes, like yeah, we are quite close too but why does she always happen to pick up everything I pick up??
I have been asking her to stop that, but she always insist that she really just finds it suiting her liking that she just had to try it herself by getting similar, if not identical things that I have.
One afternoon I was tidying up some costumes in my college showroom and found a rather cute brown and pink wig, looks like mushroom. I put it on, think it looks rather funny... keep reading on reddit ➡
My [27M] older sister [30F] and her fiancé [31M] were planning for over a year for their wedding to be this month. Obviously, they can’t have the wedding as planned, but they still would like to get married, so they decided on a “Zoom” wedding where all of the family/friends would just call in to watch the officiant, my sister, and her fiancé.
My sister didn’t want to be in charge of hosting the Zoom call because she thought it would stress her out, so she asked me to and I gladly accepted.
She and her fiancé decided to invite everyone they originally wanted to, and it was a very big list. When we were going over the list, my sister mentioned to me that she wanted everyone else to be muted for the majority of the wedding as she was worried that others would talk over her and her fiancé and quote “overshadow” them on their big day “that was already scaled down”. However, her and her fiancé said that I should unmute everyone at one point so everyone could talk and have a nice time wi... keep reading on reddit ➡
My (20M) parents just bought a really nice TV for the family room. 65”, 4K, OLED, the works. It’s awesome. It set our parents back a few thousand pounds and is intended to be a long term buy When I finished setting it up my dad gave the talk about being careful around it, especially to my younger sister (15).
That’s because she’s really fidgety and her coping mechanism is to have a ball in her hand when she’s just sitting down. Occasionally she’ll throw it up in the air and catch it which none of us really like. A) it’s pretty distracting and B) it’s a cricket ball so if she doesn’t make the catch something could break. In fact, that’s how our glass coffee table broke.
Anyway, my sis had the bright idea to pull the cracked TV prank, where she’d play a video of a cracked screen and it would appear to be broken or on first look. Tbf, she did it pretty well, making noise by dropping the call on the floor and explaining loudly. My dad rushed in to see what was up and the first thing he... keep reading on reddit ➡
The title makes me sound like an A grade asshole but hear me out.
My SIL (husband’s brother’s wife) has a 2 month old baby. My BIL and SIL have been living with my husband and I since there is some renovation work going on in their house. Yesterday evening, the conversation between SIL and myself went something like this;
SIL : Isn’t she the cutest baby ever?
Me : of course. (I am not overtly excited at the prospect of a newborn in the house as I have my hands full with my 1 year old who’s just learned how to walk and has to be supervised 24/7 by either my husband or me)
SIL : Was [my son’s name] as cute as her when he was her age?
Me : I guess he was.
SIL : I don’t think so. I mean, clearly [her baby’s name] is way more cute.
Me : You know what? You’re right. Newborns are almost never cute and all of them look the same. Mine wasn’t and yours isn’t.
She took offence at this and told both, my husband and hers, that I called her baby ugly. When I told her that that’s not w... keep reading on reddit ➡
My father is not a nice person. He is not a good man. As he gets older, he gets worse and worse to be around. He is racist, misogynistic, homophobic, and a verbal/emotional abuser. Honestly, the reason that we put up with him is because he has money. Not that he’s rich and we want get his money, it’s that he has been the sole earner for the past 30 years and has kept my mom completely in the dark about financial matters. Without going into too much detail, we have been urging my mom to leave him for decades, even going so far as offering a spare room in our house for her to live in. However, for many complicated reasons, both serious and silly, she won’t leave. So we put up with his verbal and emotional abuse. For her sake, I guess?
Growing up, I unfortunately looked up to my dad. He was my dad, after all. I cringe when I think about the things I used to believe, both consciously and unconsciously, about the world. It is only recently, within the last 15 years or so, that I have been... keep reading on reddit ➡
Apologies if I get out wrong here. I probably fall into the "too old for Reddit" category, but my daughter has mentioned this board before (hiya if you see this Kath) and I thought it would be a good place to come with this situation. I really fail to see how I am any kind of arsehole here, but enough folk have said so that maybe I'm missing something.
Me and my little sister have never really got on if I'm honest. I'll admit I was a right toerag tearaway in my youth and she was very straight laced and quite conservative. She disapproved of a lot of my lifestyle choices and honestly I just thought she was a bit wet. Our relationship for a long time was basically "civil when we have to see each other but don't make any effort outside of that". Things changed when she had kids. Her eldest and my middle are the same age and get on really well so we kind of put our differences aside for the kids' sake.
My sister's youngest (16) recently came out as nonbinary. Now I'm an old fart and I... keep reading on reddit ➡
I am sorry for the longass title, but I was not sure how else to word it. Also just to clarify, this takes place several months ago before the world started ending. Not sure if it is relevant to the story but my sister is 32 and I am 29.
Me and my sister are very different people and despite the fact we love eachother we bever got along all that well, part of that is largely because of our different routes in life I think. When I was 14 my sister got pregnant, got kicked out by our parents and I didn't see her much for a long time after that, when I moved out at 18 and started going to college, contact between my sis and I became more regular. She had 2 kids at this point, both from the same guy. But he had walked out on them a year prior, she wasn't doing well psychologically or financially.
Skipping way ahead, I since graduated, got a great job and have been working my way up the ladder since. That is to say since I do not have kids yet, I have way too much disposable income. As a... keep reading on reddit ➡
I (16m) have a twin sister (16f). We live with our dad and step mom. Our dad is an essential worker so he’s out working most days, leaving our step mom.
My sisters periods are bad. She’s on medication to help with the flow of blood but she doesn’t have any prescribed pain killers. And her cramps are bad. She can barely move and sometimes she throws up. We have some off the counter pain killers that my dad got for her, which helps her a little.
When my sister has her period and cramps, she usually doesn’t leave her room. I’m normally the only one she will let into the room since were very close, so my step mom doesn’t fully understand how bad her cramps get. But I see them first hand.
Only my dad and step mom know where her pain killers are as she’s too unorganised and would probably loose them. Every time she has a cramp, she tells me and I go ask my dad.
My dad was at work this time, so I asked my stepmom where the pills were and she started saying how my sisters such a drama q... keep reading on reddit ➡
No throwaway because I am too mad to make a new account for this.
My sister became vegan at around age 13 and has made it her entire lifestyle. At first, me and my parents thought it was good that she wanted to help animals get better treatment, but in the past few months, she has gotten a lot more radical. She recently went through the pantry and fridge and threw out all the meat products. She went on a loud rant inside a McDonald's about how evil McDonald's is. She berated my Dad for bringing home a steak to cook for himself until he threw it in the garbage. My mom still wants to support her, but I can see she is getting tired of dealing with my sister.
Now on to the actual event.
I was coming home and I decided to pick up some Burger King on the way back. I ordered about $25 worth of food for me and my Dad, and I used my own money from working around the neighborhood. I return home and (stupidly) put it in the fridge because my Dad hadn't gotten home yet. My sister comes into the... keep reading on reddit ➡
My (18M) sister (16F) has been struggling with anorexia ever since her preteens. My girlfriend (19F) knows this. However, while we've been dating she's only seen my sister at her lowest weights.
Currently, my sister is weight restored and this was the first time we've seen her since she got hospitalised. We went out to eat together since according to her treatment instructions, eating out should be a light hearted bonding experience with family.
Everything was fine at first. My girlfriend has aspergers and therefore has a track record of saying things without thinking or realising that they're inappropriate until afterwards. However I told her not to comment on my sisters appearance or food choices at all, as that could be triggering, so I didn't think it would be an issue. During the meal I could sense my girlfriend was throwing my sister looks, but she didn't say anything for the first half of the meal. However, the conversation took a turn and my girlfriend blurted out something... keep reading on reddit ➡
So I proposed to my girlfriend beginning of this year. We originally planned to get married this September, but that has obviously been pushed back to next year.
My sister also got engaged last year and her and her fiancé were 100% set to have an April wedding before the pandemic shut everything down. However tragedy struck and her fiancé suddenly passed away this June (Covid death). It has been an extremely tough time for all of us in the family. My sister has been hospitalized on and off over the past month and we are all doing our best to support her.
Anyways, now I am fighting with my fiancée because I’m “putting my foot down” so to speak on her latest decision to change our wedding venue to where my sister originally planned hers. My sister had planned to have her wedding at a famous country estate/mansion near where we live that’s really hard to reserve normally. It was also where she went on one of her first dates with her fiancé so it had special meaning for them... keep reading on reddit ➡
My sister just had a baby and he’s a couple months old, kinda in that ugly chicken phase. She has been trying for a baby for over 10 years and I’m super proud of her because I know she was hurting with infertility etc.
She co-owns a successful business w/ my parents and it’s her job to post pictures on their website of the products.
For the sake of argument, let’s say they handmake leather goods like wallets and purses. Nothing to do with kids. She will post photos of my nephew either on the goods partially obscuring the items or with items on top of him. She jumped straight back into work and uses my nephew as props.
Business has taken a noticeable dive and people keep emailing the store to ask if they can get clearer pictures etc.
Recently someone left a bad review AFTER purchasing items saying ‘I came here to buy x, not look at someone’s baby’. My sister took it the wrong way and actually blacklisted the customer and also sent a strongly worded email to them saying they’re a... keep reading on reddit ➡
My sister and BIL are pseudo-hippies. They have an 8yo daughter named "Leigh." My niece had this boneheaded idea to shave her head and my sister and BIL had no problem with it. It was self-expression. They asked me to do it since I cut my own sons' hair and buzz my own. I refused. I told them she would be mocked and teased for looking like a boy. Kids look androgynous and hair and dress are usually the giveaways as to what gender they are. They turned it into a political issue about gender equality and I told them they can do what they want and believe what they want, but this isn't a political issue. She will be mistaken for being a boy with a buzzed head and she won't like it.
They buzzed her head (2 all around) and she looks like my son except they let her put blue dye. A week later she has been bawling her eyes out and wants a wig and won't go outdoors without a hat. People confuse her for being boy, even if she dresses like a girl. Of course my sister and her husband are making i... keep reading on reddit ➡
I've gotten a lot of requests for an update so here we are: I posted a couple months ago about my sisters Sarah and Jade (twins) who both needed kidney transplants, and I was the only match in our family.
To cut a long story short - they both got kidneys, they each got one from the same donor (our family got to meet the family of the donor and it was really emotional and amazing) and they're both recovering well.
However, before that, a lot of stuff went down that I wanted to update you on. There is now understandably massive divides in the family because of how my mom and the girl's dad outright demanded I give my kidney to Jade, because she was the golden child with a bright future, while Sarah was just, effectively, metiocre.
I feel less bad now saying this because she's on the road to recovery, but Jade is/was a flaming asshole... keep reading on reddit ➡
I(20m) have a younger sister(6f) and she always hangs out with me whenever I’m home.
Yesterday I was playing video games and she walks into my room crying. I ask her what’s wrong and she said that our parents just told her that they regret having her. I confront my parents about it and they said that they find her extremely annoying and that if they knew that she would be like this they have aborted her.
The part that pisses me off the most is that the reason they think she is annoying is that she is mentally slow and often doesn’t understand certain things. We got into an argument and afterwards my sister wouldn’t leave my side. They want me moved out within 2 months but I don’t know how my sister will handle not having me around to comfort her.
I’ve been extremely worried about leaving her due to the way she gets treated, what should I do
My sister had plans to stay with us for months. She lives in a city that’s had a hard time during the pandemic and wants to stay with me, my husband, and my kids for ~2 months to unwind and escape. We live in a very tranquil/picturesque part of our state. I was totally ok with this. We have a big house and my kids love their aunty.
The issue is she tells me she’s been in a new polyamorous relationship since late last year. And she wants to bring her 3 new partners along. I haven’t seen her all this time and I haven’t met any of these people. I only know her long-term boyfriend of 5 years as they’ve visited us many times in the past.
We’re now having a rough time because I basically said no, I don’t want your other romantic partners here but you and your bf are still welcome like in my initial invite. She has tried to explain the dynamics of their poly relationship and I tried to understand as best I can but I still don’t want 3 additional strangers all sleeping together... keep reading on reddit ➡
My Sister and I are planning on taking a vacation together with our significant others after COVID. Last night my sister messaged me and told me her sister in law wants to come too. This wouldn’t be an issue if it weren’t for the fact that she is hung up on my boyfriend. He’s a family friend of my brother in law’s family and after getting drunk at a wedding, my sister’s SIL and he slept together. Afterward, she told him that she’s always had feelings for him. He told her that while he cared about her deeply, it was a mistake and he apologized for leading her on. This was 4 years ago. We’ve been together for two. I didn’t know any of this until after we had been seeing each other for a few weeks. Out of respect, I called up SIL and asked her if she felt comfortable with me seeing him. She told me that she was completely over him and said we had her blessing. A few months afterward, we’re at my sister’s house for Christmas and after a few drinks, SIL started hysterically crying saying th... keep reading on reddit ➡
My older daughter is now 31 and my younger daughter is 27.
4 years ago, my older daughter's fiance left her for my younger daughter a month before their wedding.
Yes, it is as terrible as it sounds. Made even worse by the fact that my younger daughter was 2 months along in her pregnancy.
I was extremely disappointed in my younger daughter. They both claimed they were in love and are still married till now.
It literally destroyed our family. My older daughter has banned her sister from coming around her. Which everyone has been accommodating all these years. It makes holidays very stressful but it is what it is.
I've tried my best to have a good relationship with my grandchild while navigating the family issues.
My older daughter has made very cruel comments about my grandchild which I've ignored. That's a mistake on my part for not shutting it down.
In February, my older daughter dropped by our house unexpectedly and encountered my younger daughter, son in law and grandchild.
I... keep reading on reddit ➡
This might be a bit of a long story but I'll try to keep it brief. Two years ago my sister (20F) graduated high school and she was thinking of attending a big name college but then she got rejected for a scholarship and so she decided to move to be closer to her then boyfriend (now husband) who was and still is studying in a different college. The reason she gave my parents was that she didn't want any debt but I think she just wanted to be with bf. They even got married (eloped or whatever you call it when you get it done quickly at court). She then started attending community college cause it's cheaper.
Fast forward to now and I'm graduating and I want to attend college. I want to go to a specific college and I've got into this college but my parents want me to also take the community college route and then transfer after two years. This is not what I want at all as I'm way more ambitious than my sister. I wasn't convinced so I guess my parents recruited my sister to give me some "... keep reading on reddit ➡
My sister was in a mild car accident and two of her toe fingers were pretty damaged. Long story short, she had to have it removed.
In the meantime, our mother is being evicted from her home and I've been raising my 7yo nephew after our sister died of a drug overdose two years ago. I've been helping our mother out financially by supplementing her with $400-500 a month as she is on a fixed income. It's been a struggle.
After my sister had her surgery, she asked my mom to stay with her at her house to help with her kids while her husband worked. My sister and I are estranged, but apparently she wanted to reconnect. I was open to it. I told her she could call me whenever. I was going to ask how she was doing and recovering.
Then my mom dropped a bombshell. My sister and her husband sold their business to a well-known company for $18 million dollars a couple of years ago. Right around the time when I took in my nephew and I've been the ONE giving my mother $500 a month out of my $4000 mo... keep reading on reddit ➡
So my sister (30 F) and I (33 F) have always had a contentious relationship, and I’ve never understood why. She has always been condescending and rude to me. She also still lives with my mom and is very close with her. Last year, I got engaged to my fiancé (36 M). Everyone was congratulatory except for my sister. Her response was “wow you’re really trying to beat me down the aisle huh.” She wasn’t dating anyone at the time, and still isn’t, so I didn’t understand her response. After much pleading from my mom, I asked her to be a bridesmaid. Obviously we postponed our wedding because of COVID, but are hoping to move forward with it next year. In February, all of my bridesmaids got together to go look at bridesmaid dresses. all of my other bridesmaids ordered their gowns that day, my sister refused. Two weeks later, I went shopping for my wedding gown. I had invited my MOH, my mom and my MIL to be. My mother insisted my sister come along. Every dress I tried on, my mother sat straight... keep reading on reddit ➡
My youngest sister (25F) has severe BDD and depression. She’s been in therapy for years over her body image issues and it’s only gotten worse over the years. She had a baby last year and her depression also intensified (possible post-partum).
Anyways a lot has happened over the past few weeks. My sister has decided (apparently with therapists support) that she will get rhinoplasty and breast lift procedures to deal with her two biggest insecurities (nose and chest) as a final targeted solution. I was really surprised this is an “official recommendation” because I’ve rarely heard of plastic surgery being a remedy to BDD but my whole family supports it.
So the two surgeries together will cost around 17k, not covered by insurance. My parents plan to contribute 10k, and my brother and I are expected to contribute much of the remaining 7k. My sister has little in the way of savings because she’s a single mother with a young child. My family sees this as all of us coming together to resc... keep reading on reddit ➡
Disclaimer: Throw away, because my Step dad and his friends are active on reddit. On mobile as well.
TW: Incest, sex, high risk pregnancy, mention of death.
My mom had me at 18 right out of high school. long story short my dad died at 19 while he was away at uni. Then my mom re-married at 21 and had my sisters. My step dad, we’ll call him Scott, was the only father I’ve know, he’s been a great father, nothing out of the ordinary. Absolutely perfect parenting until I turned about 19.
I remember Scott was becoming a little more touchy then normal, and a little too personal. He would offer me wine (I declined) and would ask me about my sex life after one too many glasses. I bushed it off because I thought maybe he was being a nosey father and just wanted to make sure his daughter wasn’t having sex?
Then, this kind of stuff continued, to the point where my step dad tried to kiss me last year. I told my mom and she just laughed and told me “that’s how he gets after too many drinks”... keep reading on reddit ➡
My sister's 19 and got pregnant awhile ago (4 months). Our parents weren't necessarily the happiest bunch upon hearing about it and there were a lot of arguments around the house. My parents didn't actually kick her out but the house was getting too small for the three of them. I've only seen her boyfriend once or twice but he's an airhead and from my sister's description, he also has a very small apartment so I told my sister that she could just come stay in my house while we sort this out. She agreed and has been staying in my guest bedroom for the past two months.
I had to leave town for two weeks because the company was going to shit and my boss asked for me to come personally so tensions were high which could've influenced my decision. Anyways, I got back home Saturday afternoon and saw my sister and her boyfriend outside in the pool. I am really uncomfortable with a stranger being in my house while I'm not here but that's on me for not putting up those boundaries. I didn't gree... keep reading on reddit ➡
Caruso was prepared to pay for private flights from Orlando to Austin and back, he said. He would leave after the Lakers' practice on July 17 -- the day before the wedding. He contemplated attending the ceremony, which was outdoors, and skipping the indoor reception. He looked into finding a "safe house" in the Austin area where he might be able to sleep after leaving the ceremony, but finding one on short notice proved impossible.
Last Thursday, two days before the wedding, he made his decision and texted his family: he would skip it. He had friends record "basically the whole event" and send him video, he said. Caruso spent his downtime over the weekend watching the footage... keep reading on reddit ➡
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Many people have been asking me to write an update about my last post.
So that day my dad didn’t came home until 2 days later. My older sister and I told our parents that we needed to talk. Jane was in her room so that helped a bit. It was just the four of us (at first).
Since I took pictures of everything she did (all her selfies with our stolen things, I even took a picture of the note she wrote), I showed them all those pictures while I was telling them about the things I found on her phone.
My dad got angry and took her phone, tablet and then he went through her phone first. Since it caught her by surprise, my dad found more things she couldn’t delete.
Apparently she also has another IG account. She has been talking to more than 10 boutiques there, asking them what can she buy from... keep reading on reddit ➡
It’s a brazilian case, so forgive me for any possible mistakes.
The Beatriz Case refers to the murder of the Beatriz Angelica Mota, just seven years old, in Petrolina, on December 10, 2015. She was found dead, with 42 stab wounds, during a graduation party at Colégio Nossa Senhora Auxiliadora (a Catholic School) where she studied and where her father taught.
On December 10, 2015, Beatriz accompanied her parents to her sister's graduation ceremony. Both she and her sister studied at the institution, and her father taught English there. During the event, which was attended by about 2,500 people, Beatriz asked her mother to drink water on the drinking area (?), next to the place the ceremony was taking place, the gymnasium, which she agreed. Her parents noticed her absence about half an hour later, using the microphone to call for her. "Beatriz, my daughter, where are you? Bia, everyone is looking for you", called her father from the stage of the eve... keep reading on reddit ➡
I think my family and her friends are going to be seen as asshole for this but here I go.
My sister was killed in a traffic accident on Sunday night. A drunk driver t-boned her car at an intersection and she died at the scene. We're still trying to process what happened, it happened so suddently.
The worst part is what happened leading up to the accident. My sister was dating this really thoughtless moron, Brett. While he treated my sister great in the begining, their relationship rotted to the point where she was doing everything while he sat on the couch playing video games or watching TV all day long. My sister always resented his behavior and how she never got to do any of the thing couples do. He and some of their more assholish friends would always beg for her to just give him a chance. Everytime she tried to leave him, she would always be guilted into staying with him because of some mental health issues or how he'll make it up to her.
He really fucked up this time... keep reading on reddit ➡
My sister is 18 and can't drive yet, I'm 21 and have my own car. She's been seeing a guy for a few months now, who my parents don't know about- so she often asks me to drive her to his house. (We tell my parents I'm dropping her off at a friend's or something). I'm mostly fine with this, but the last 4 or 5 times when I went to pick her up, she wouldn't pick up her phone or would ignore my texts just to spend some extra time with her bf. I would call her and tell her I was 5 minutes away and she would say okay, and then leave me waiting outside his house for 15 minutes to "maximize her time with him." I warned her if she kept doing this I would just leave and she could walk home. Last time, I waited outside bf's house for 20 minutes before knocking on his door- which she got really annoyed at me for doing.
Today this happened again, when I dropped her off I informed her I'd come get her at 5pm. At 5, I called 3x and she ignored me so after 15 minutes I texted her I was leaving and we... keep reading on reddit ➡
My sister and her husband had a lot of trouble conceiving. They went through a lot of procedures until they finally had twins, and then a completely natural surprise baby almost 2 years later. But my sister brought up a hypothetical question for me a while ago and it still makes me kind of angry since she portrayed me to be the worst sister in the whole world for saying no to a hypothetical question.
She asked me if she had asked me to carry a baby for her, would I have done it for her? My honest answer was that it was something I'd have to think hard about, but I probably wouldn't, and I told her my reasoning. She got very offended and hurt and said "I wouldn't even think about it, I would do it for you. I can't believe you wouldn't do it for me." First of all, I'm 10 years younger than her and have never had a baby. I also plan on never having children for myself. I don't want to be pregnant and experience any of the bodily changes. Secondly (although I didn't bring this up to her),... keep reading on reddit ➡
This situation has caused a lot of drama in my family but I feel like I am completely in the right, meanwhile my parents are asking me to just ignore her behavior and invite her because this situation is causing a rift in the family and really hurtful to my sister.
Me (28M) and my siblings(23F 20F and 26M) have always been thick as thieves, despite the age differences we even moved to the same city near our hometown in order to be near to eachother(apart from my youngest sister she lives at home)
That has changed a lot in the past 10 months though when my sister(23F) turned Vegan. Now of course I do not give a damn about eating habits and I am fine with specifically checking if restaurants we eat at have Vegan options or if I invite them over to have something Vegan to feed her, but she went full on religiously Vegan within a few weeks.
It started with annoying near-constant comments concerning mine, my siblings or parents eating habits when at restaurants and stuff, that quickly tu... keep reading on reddit ➡
My best friend got his ass beaten hard last night, needed to call an ambulance. He lost a couple of teeth, and broke an arm. They seriously fucked him up.
I know where they live thanks to my little sister, apparently they’re acquaintances to some of her friends. I seriously want to fuck em. What should I do?
EDIT: Been busy with legal works accounting for the case. We’re currently in talks with a lawyer, and have witness protection. We took pictures as proof of what happened.
The reason my friend got his ass beat was because they started fighting at a party, over a girl. This girl had been interested in my best friend, and he didn’t like her at all and rejected her. Apparently these guys didn’t take it too well, there were drugs and alcohol involved unfortunately. I’ll update later on with where the legal case is headed and my current plan is to put a water hose in their homes while their away at work. I’ll update in a week or so. Thanks for all the comments, sorry It took me a whi... keep reading on reddit ➡
My parents and I have a tense relationship. When we were kids my parents would tell me for your birthday here I got you a gamecube and I also put $200 towards your college fund. When I was in 11th grade they told me, that they aren't going to give me any money for college.
They spent it all on my sister, they told me that they would help me qualify for loans but it was on me. There reasoning was that women make less money than men and have less advantages in life. And that they wanted us to be equal so they paid for my sister's college education but not mine. When I was in college all they would give me would be like $200 of spending money every time I would come back home which was like 2-3 times a year.
I moved on and I have done decent taking care of the loans. During college, I kept my distance from my parents. And I think after that they wanted to help me out more, and offered to help me out with my loans but I said no. Also to add my parents and sister's relationship fell ap... keep reading on reddit ➡
I (M32) had a small family dinner at my house last night with my parents, two siblings, and their children. My wife loves to cook and since it was the first time we've seen family in months, she made a huge spread of food.
My sister has two daughters and her eldest daughter (13) has an eating disorder. She's visibly very thin. She's always been a pretty thin kid but it wasn't until this last year that she's gotten considerably thinner.
At dinner my wife brought out all of the dishes with food, including one of my favorite dishes she makes. I was sat next to my niece and my wife passed me a dish. So naturally, I passed it on to my niece and I said something like "This is my absolute favorite, you're gonna love it" or something to that effect.
Well later on my sister scolded me for apparently "embarrassing" my niece and pushing food onto her. She told me my comment was triggering because of her eating disorder and for me to hand off a bunch of food to her in front of everyone upset h... keep reading on reddit ➡
Original post here : https://www.reddit.com/r/Advice/comments/i2nkqx/how_do_i_f21_tell_my_little_sisters_f1614148_the/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf
The original post is above,
TLDR: Basically my mom and step dad asked me to have sex with my step dad. I declined, freaked out and am now leaving. My concern is for my sisters.
My aunt did what she said she was going to do, she barged in with 3 other people, one of them a social worker friend of hers (who was off duty) and my uncle. None of them are allowed at the house so as soon as Scott found out they were there, he called the police.
Before the police even showed up, I told my 16 year old sister and the 14 year olds what happened. The 16 year old got angry at her dad. She was walking around the house ranting at her dad and crying. Eventually she decided to come with my aunt and I and then we would firgure out where she could go from then on. However the two 14 year olds did not believe me, they ac... keep reading on reddit ➡
(sorry about formating/I'm on mobile)
Last weekend my partner and sister in law went bra shopping together. My sister in law is a very, very large girl, she is around 5ft and 150kgs (she always talks about her weight) and none of her current bras fit her anymore, so she asked if my gf could help her out in finding something for her size that would fit. My gf pleased to help her, so she took some time out of her day to take my sister in law shopping for some new bras. My gf is a small girl, around 4ft 8 and 45kgs (this is relevant)
So they finally find some bras that fit my sister in law and while bra shopping my gf decides to buy some new bras as she found a few she really loved. I then came to pick them both up after shopping (busses and parking is terrible here)
During the drive home my sister in law is boasting about her massive boobs and asked my gf what her boob size was. Now my gf is a small girl and her boobs are in proportion for her body, but you know how girls can be an... keep reading on reddit ➡
My sister (F19) has always wanted to dye her hair funky colors. However, our parents would never let us dye our hair as teenagers. Now that she's (relatively) grown, she asked me (F23) to bleach and dye it bubblegum pink/turquoise. Here's the tricky part: she was talking with her boyfriend about how excited she was to try something new.
Based on the screenshots she sent me (she does this because she often feels like she's overreacting), he told her he would no longer be attracted to her if she goes through with this and that he doesn't understand why she's upset with him about it. She respects his right to have/voice his opinion, but tells him that this is something that she's wanted to do for a long time. Personally, I think this is a really weird hill for him to die on, and I think this is a bit of a red flag.
She is coming to my house today to start the process. Her boyfriend has now told her that he doesn't want her to go to my house. I asked if she still wanted to go ahead, sh... keep reading on reddit ➡
My sister likes to go skinny dipping and then sun bathe nude at our pool. I am her brother. She always warns me and the family so we don't go out there when she does that. I invited my friend over to go swimming with me at 2 PM. I told my sister this. She went out to skinny dip anyway and said she would be done by 1. We were the only two people home.
Well 1:55 comes around and my sister has not come back inside yet. I call her only to hear her phone ring inside upstairs. I figure she had fallen asleep sunbathing so I went outside. Sure enough she had fallen asleep sunbathing so I woke her up and said my friend will be hear any minute. She screamed at me that she's naked and to leave her alone. I went inside. She went inside a few minutes later.
Now she is mad at me for waking her up because it means I went outside to her knowing she would be naked.
My sister and her husband invited me over to their pool today for a little BBQ. I assumed it would just be me, my sister, her husband, my nephews, and my parents. But turns out they also invited her husband’s side of the family.
When it was time to get in the pool, I changed into my swim trunks and removed my shirt. But my sister stopped me before I came out their house and asked to keep my shirt on because of my scars. She was referring to the scars from when I had my top (chest) surgery. I’m a trans guy. Had started transitioning 8 yrs ago and my surgery was 4 years ago. My scars have already faded and they’re pretty well hidden under my pecs. You’d have to look really close to even notice.
I’ve been to their pool many times and she’s never said anything before so I was surprised. Every other guy including my dad were all shirtless in the pool.
When I asked what the prob was with my scars she said she was uncomfortable with her in laws knowing I’m trans. My feelings were hurt b... keep reading on reddit ➡
So I just turned 16 and I have a two (nearly three) year old sister. Her dad isn't in our lives anymore. This means that my mom expects me to babysit whenever she has to work which I always do even though I am also doing online summer school classes. Yesterday morning (around 11 AM) my mom messaged me and told me that she was going to work a double shift and wouldn't be home until well after midnight. I was frustrated because this is happening more and more frequently, and I have homework to do but it can't be helped and I understand we need to extra money so I just said ok. A couple hours later I saw in my Facebook feed that my mom was tagged in a photo by a friend from the night before. It was of some sort of 'girl's social distance movie night' or some shit like that. I clicked on it and started going through the photos and saw this wasn't the first time. EVERY TIME SHE CLAIMED TO BE WORKING AND SAID I HAD TO BABYSIT SHE WAS GETTING TOGETHER AT A FRIENDS HOUSE KNOWING FULL WELL I NE... keep reading on reddit ➡
Throwaway because I don't want this with my real acct that I use all the time.
My sister is a professional wedding planner. When I got married 6 years ago, she offered to plan my wedding. I thought it was a generous and appropriate gift and accepted. Due to the nature of her wedding planning duties, my sister knew everything little detail about my wedding down to the type of saltshakers we had. My wedding was in a beautiful converted bohemian-style barn in Pasadena and thanks to my sister's careful planning, it went off without a hitch.
I wanted my own wedding dress to be one-of-a-kind and meaningful to my relationship with my husband. I found a designer who made my dress specifically for me. My MIL designed the lace veil and the beading was made from shells from the island where he proposed.
My sister is getting married in summer, 2021 and she is planning her own wedding. I offered to pay for her wedding dress and she accepted. Last weekend, I was scrolling through an online por... keep reading on reddit ➡
My (22F) younger sister (19F) is a notorious food thief. If you put something in the fridge, it usually doesn’t take long for her to go in and eat it. It’s super frustrating as she ends up eating not only my treats/cakes, basically anything that I would look forward to eating, but also things that I’ve bought for work, so lunch items and drinks.
Two day’s ago I was gifted a cake from a student. It was delicious and beautifully made. As usual, I had to think about where to keep my cake as I knew once it was unattended my sister would no doubt eat some or all of it, then I realised the cake contained traces of nuts, something my sister is mildly allergic to.
Normally I put up little post it notes on my food which I usually find in the trash after my sisters eaten the item. This time though I forgot about the note and put the cake in the fridge.
Within the hour I heard a commotion downstairs and found my sister having an allergic reaction to my cake. It was bad enough for her to brea... keep reading on reddit ➡
If I'm wrong, let me know. I'm not going into too much detail but this isn't the true extent of the things that have bothered me.
Her sister's family was fine in the past, we got along. My wife is very close to her fam. But since the birth of my daughter, J, two years ago they got a bit weird (at least imo). With the state of the world I am a bit protective, so im more comfortable if J goes out with her mom, or me, and not w extended relatives without either of us. I told them this, my wife agreed but as soon as we got home from the hospital after the birth, the sister waited until I was in the bathroom and then her and her husband put J in the buggy at 11pm and went "for a walk." Me and my wife had a bit of a dispute about this, as in my culture, youre not meant to take the baby out for no reason for 40 days but my wife and her sister both said "in our culture its okay" and disregarded me. (Edit: My wife is Spanish and I'm south Asian if that helps with context).
Since then theyve b... keep reading on reddit ➡
Sorry if this is super long...
My sister wasn't around much when I was growing up because she was in college then medical school. She'd visit on holidays and the weekends if she wasn't busy. Whenever she'd visit she would spend a lot of time with me and she'd take me places, buy me things and give me advice when I needed it. I always felt like I could tell her anything and she wouldn't judge me for it. She never really got along with our parents and I never knew what it was about but they would argue often and there was always a lot of tension around them. My parents were very loving and we get along so no issues there.
When she started dating her now husband she sp... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have debated posting this for a long time, but decided I want my family to see it, know it’s me, and see how others weigh in on it. At the time, Brother was aged 36-39, I was 30-33(f), & Sister was 22-25.
My Dad knew he was dying months ahead of time. He held meetings with his 4 kids; we all got a little money & a dilapidated vehicle or few. I got a very abused 1974 Porsche 914. Other vehicles went to the other siblings. Dad made sure all the paperwork was done before he passed. Everyone received things, agreed Dad’s plan was fair, & nobody objected to anything.
He passed, Sister had all of the vehicle keys. I hired someone to put the Porsche in storage until I could have my house & garage built. Sister was evasive about the keys, then she & Brother suddenly showed up with the car on a trailer. I had to cancel my arrangements, lose my deposit, & hustle to rearrange everything. Brother & Sister teased me about this, saying I should just give Sister the c... keep reading on reddit ➡
I didn't think I'm ta here but my wife thinks i am so i thought I'd post here and get some outside opinions.
I'm(32m) well off, my wife(33f) is also well off. We don't have any kids but we do financially support my younger sister(27f) in the form of allowing her to stay in a house we own(not the house my wife and i live in) for (mostly) free(our parents are no longer alive). My sister pays about $30/week in "rent" which goes towards rates, bills, etc. It has been like this since about 4 years ago when my sister and her partner at the time were in a car crash and her partner died while my sister was left partially paralysed(limited right arm/leg control) meaning she had to leave her job in construction. She has since gone through extensive physio therapy and now has a job as a PA(she makes around $550/wk) She COULD afford to pay market rent but we don't ask her to as we dont need the money.
She started seeing a new guy(24m) about a year ago and he has recently moved in with her. At... keep reading on reddit ➡
Yeah so this happened yesterday when my mother decided she wanted to eat out so we go out to a random restaurant and eat. Her twin sister happened to be in the area so she was invited to join us. So maybe 5 minutes later, she arrives and they just start talking about what sisters usually talk about and I'm just scrolling reddit until this entitled Karen walks up to us and asks, "excuse me do you happen to be gAy?". All three of us look up at her like .... they are very obviously twins. After what seems like an hour, my mom goes "umm no we are twi-" but before she can finish her sentence, the karen begins to lecture them. "Do you know God created man and women to procreate and female and female is just wrong?" At this point the other restaurant goers are now realizing how homophobic she is being and are about to intervene until they look at a pair of twins. As she is going about this rant, everyone is slowly loosing all their brain cells. Then she stands up and yells to all the other r... keep reading on reddit ➡
Now I know that the title may make me look like the AH, but to understand my mindset I will explain what happened and why I feel like I need to go no contact with them.
Due to community rules I will have to leave some details out of this post. My younger and only sister passed away just over a month ago after a lengthy battle with mental health. We were all shocked and grieving heavily after the news.
My father went into a deep depression and wasn't able to cope. My mother on the other hand was talkative and tried to keep herself busy with inane tasks around the house.
Through that period where they were unable cope, I took up responsibility for organising her possessions, planning her funeral, choosing her funeral wear and going through her mail. I did this while they were grieving as they needed some help through their greiving process despite that I was greiving the loss of my sister.
Following her funeral, my mother only called me to tell me that my parents wanted to get di... keep reading on reddit ➡
I would much prefer you "reward" this post by making healthy choices for yourself, including mental positivity towards yourself (and of course those around you).
My sister had a whole life of unhealthy choices for her body. She drank soda pop and kool aid for her whole life (even continued after her diabetes diagnosis), she was never active, never stuck with any diet, and on the whole was generally lethargic. I am not trying to be abusive or anything, these were the facts.
My sister was a powerful singer and was a social worker greatly concerned for those at the margins of society. She was sophisticated and educated and confident.
I have nothing but love for my sister and I have compassion for all struggling to live a healthier life. I'm a drug addict in recovery, so I understand how hard it is to drastically change your life. My sister did not smoke or drink, and all she had was food.
**My sister was in denial as to how unhealt... keep reading on reddit ➡