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Sibling rivalry at it’s best! Watch what happens when your little brother goes silly.

Watching her little brother play in the snow Rachel’s dad asks… “How did your brother get so silly?”

“I don’t know … I think we should sell him,” Rachel says.

When asked why they should sell him, Rachel responds “Because something in him is wrong.”

She then suggests selling him to a pet store.

“One dollar or two dollars or three?” she says about a possible price.

Rachel then decides $54 is a good price then she can buy a toy owl she has her eye on.

“I really really wanted a toy owl, so that’s what I’m going to spend it on,” she says.

“If we do that, we’ll go back to the store to see if he’s there,” she says. “Yes! We can buy him back.”

Rachel shares the plan with little brother, Jason, he seems cool with the plan.

“We’re gonna get you back, okay? Don’t worry!”

 

Classic! Have your kids ever threatened to sell one another? Share your thoughts below.

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  • I know a young boy who threatened all the way to his Grandparents house when her baby sister vomitted all over her. Time to get them on the phone and explain what has happened, then get them to talk to him.
    If they get in trouble with their parents they want to escape to the grandparents and vice versa. We had to make sure our side gates were fastened (not locked that a key was needed in case of an emergency) after the boy decided to take our cat for a ride up the street – fortunately on the footpath – in a doll’s pusher. The cat didn’t care as it was used to being given rides as a kitten.

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  • I would have sold my brother for a toy owl too kiddo xxx

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  • So cute. At least she thought about buying him back.

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  • Kids can make you smile cant they?

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  • haha at that last comment!

    oh at least she said that she will buy her brother back lol

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  • Sell them , I’ve tried to give them away at times with no luck :)

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  • LOL I think we’ve all wanted to sell our siblings at some point

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  • I only have one child so I don’t have to worry about this

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  • Ha! Ha! I just have one daughter so I never had this problem. But one friend of mine had a second child and after one week of constant crying in the middle of the night, the older son went to her and told her: “He screams too much. Can we give him back?” :-)

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  • Funny???? I found this just a little disturbing to watch – we never talk like this and I find it uncomfortable that buying and selling people is discussed at all – even as a joke.


    • I must admit I do agree with you.



      • I agree with you ladies – this is not funny by the parent – just for laughs. Children even jokingly being sold is not funny. :(


      • This ‘popped’ up again and I still find this disturbing!

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  • Lke gd

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  • Classic! Very funny. I don’t think my kids have ever wanted to sell one another, I know they often talked about leaving someone behind every now and again, not much

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