Little brother has side-splitting reaction to finding a condom in his sister's room
If you have siblings, you know that sometimes you're allies, and sometimes you're enemies. Like the lords and ladies on Game of Thrones, you're always scheming to get what's in your best interest. And when you get compromising information on your sibling, it's a gift. Do you snitch on them to mom and dad, and find sadistic joy in their punishment, like Ramsay Bolton? Or do you forge an alliance, banding together for the greater good, like Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen?
Lauren Nguyen's little brother, found a condom in her room, which surely would gotten her in deep trouble with mom and dad. But did he betray her, like the Freys did the Starks? No. He returned the condom to her room, and draw a hilarious doodle, promising he wouldn't snitch. As far as little bros go, he's one of the good ones.
In the artwork, a boy wizard casts a "Fetus Deletus" spell on a pregnant woman. (I believe that's how they handle birth control in the Harry Potter universe.) At the top, he scrawls the message, "Don't worry, Mom doesn't know." It's creative, funny, and proves he knows cardinal rule of sibling relationships: Snitches get stitches! Sometimes you gotta have each other's back, like Arya and Sansa Stark.
Lauren shared a photo of her brother's condom art on Twitter, and it went viral, getting over 35,000 retweets and 100,000 likes. In the replies, she revealed her brother is 14 years old. And he may have a future as an artist, judging by how many people liked his sketch. Did you catch the small details, like the Illuminati symbol and the man dabbing?
This little brother is truly wise beyond his years.
Now she owes him one! Maybe he's still thinking about what to blackmail her for - Nintendo Switch, new Yeezy's, free rides everywhere for the next two years. There are so many options.
Here's a closer look at the dabbing guy next to his signature.
But here's the problem: Now that this story has gone viral, won't Lauren's mom find out about it? Unless she's blocked her on Twitter, it's only a matter of time. Better cash in that favor quick, dude.
Well, maybe we shouldn't be surprised by Lauren's brother's drawing, since a recent study revealed younger siblings are obsessed with being the funniest. According to a poll taken by YouGov, younger siblings believe they are funnier, more favored by the parents and more relaxed. Meanwhile, older siblings think they are more responsible, more organized and more self-confident. (But obviously you're not that organized if you're dropping condoms all over your room.)
Another recent study says first born siblings are smarter than their younger siblings. You know that cliche about parents spoiling the first born child? It turns out there's some truth to that. According to researchers at the University of Edinburgh, parents tend to give their first child the maximum amount of attention.
Anyway, here's hoping a condom company puts the little brother's drawing on their packaging.