How to Irk Me

Tell me my little brother’s moving back home (please note: this is where I’m also temporarily staying). And then casually slip in there that he’s moving back in TOMORROW. For good measure, tell me that I have to get all my stored stuff, which amounts to 49 boxes, miscellaneous rubber maid containers, a microwave, golf bag and notable shoe collection, out of its current location (which happens to be the sole bedroom that is not otherwise being slept in or used as an office and/or woodworking space by my dad) and into the dinning room, again, by tomorrow. Point out that my curb side parking spot will now be on a first come, first serve basis. And then, tell me that my little sister is planning on coming home for a few days this summer and in light of this recent development, it would be preferred if I vacate the premises before then.

Isn’t there some sort of step-by-step parental notification system that must be activated before he can move back in? What the heck happened here? Was he issued get some “skip steps one through seventeen” card that I never knew about? And who’s going to help me lug boxes?

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2 Responses to “How to Irk Me”

  1. R2K Says:

    : )

  2. Laina Says:

    Isn’t there some sort of seniority system for siblings? You ARE the oldest, right?

    I’m so glad I’m an only child.

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