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#66 - whendoubting (04/14/2013) [-]
So, my sister left for college last year. I turned her room into my own personal office. I start looking through her closet for books. Found a giant bottle of Malibu rum. Show it to my parents.
"Oh that could be anybodies" my mom says
Turn it over, my sister had written her initials in massive curly letters on the side.
MFW my sister was the worlds stupidest partier.
#152 to #66 - anonymous (04/14/2013) [-]
why did you show it to your parents? From their reaction I'm assuming you were trying to get her in trouble?

What kind of a dick does that? She's at college, she's obviously old enough to drink.


I'm from Europe, going to college in NY and being 20 is hell. It's not like telling those under 21 not to drink will stop them from doing it. Having parents that shelter you from alcohol and don't let you touch the stuff until you leave results in America's horrible drinking culture.
#163 to #152 - anonymous (04/14/2013) [-]
>Implying being an alcoholic is a good thing and should be considered "culture".
User avatar #146 to #66 - drunkasaurus (04/14/2013) [-]
But It could also be your bottle, and you could have written the initials. If your sister is smart she will point this out. Likely you have a history of doing cunty things so she will have that as precedent. Also, how dare you touch your sister's room. When my brother was at college I stayed the **** out of his room, because I wanted him to know when he came back to visit that he still had a place of his own, and that he could trust me not to **** with him, that I wanted him to come back at any time...I missed him. You know, that's the way siblings should behave when you're no longer 12. One day you'll find she's gonna be one of your closest friends and you'll feel like you should've stuck up for her and not been a total ******* nutsack.
User avatar #150 to #146 - imrandybutternubs (04/14/2013) [-]
Because of your name I consider your point invalid.
User avatar #162 to #150 - drunkasaurus (04/14/2013) [-]
The major point was that you shouldn't touch your sibling's **** and snitch on them. It's a pretty universal truth, regardless of the fact that I'm a raging alcoholic.
User avatar #164 to #162 - imrandybutternubs (04/14/2013) [-]
I agreed with all your points except for not touching your siblings room when they leave. When my sister moves out I'm making that place my bitchin GAMING ROOM!
User avatar #166 to #164 - drunkasaurus (04/14/2013) [-]
Well full on moving out is different. When they go to college they'll still be home every few weeks for holidays, and for a few months during the summer, so they're gonna want that room, and still think of it as their home away from home... Gotta respect that ****
#144 to #66 - deliciousdee ONLINE (04/14/2013) [-]
Did you stop to consider that maybe she left it for you as a parting gift?
Did you stop to consider that maybe she left it for you as a parting gift?
#93 to #66 - twelveinchessoft (04/14/2013) [-]
why tell your parents? i'd just keep it but that's just me
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User avatar #83 to #66 - darksideofthebeast (04/14/2013) [-]
You're actually just a douche.
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