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16 Pictures That Will Make Anyone With Siblings Go 'Me'

Written by Carly Walker
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Although having a sibling makes family dinners less awkward, sometimes your brother or sister knows just how to push your buttons.

Some of these pictures that describe growing up with siblings include:
  • Getting into remote wars
  • Snooping in your siblings belongings
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Most siblings bicker, especially as children, and come up with interesting ways to get back at each other.

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Check out these 16 pictures that anyone with a sibling will be able to relate to.

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1. This is the perfect face of content when your sibling gets yelled at by your parents after an argument, and you get to sit back and watch the show.

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2. This is the devious smile that we all know too well when a brother or sister gets in trouble for something we actually did.

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3. When your parents are in the room, siblings have to be on their best behavior. But you can probably relate to doing this with your brother or sister.

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4. When you live with siblings, everyone is probably on the internet watching movies, checking Facebook and everything else. This message is so relatable.

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