We fight. We get over it. We fight again. So on and on, it continues. This bitter-sweet relationship that a brother and sister share dates way back to the beginning of time. There are some things anyone growing up with a sibling must’ve experienced first hand.

All these occasions are related to different places. Dinner time mess, fighting for video games, or more. There are some things every brother sister would relate to. On this occasion of Raksha Bandhan, here are 5 such things. So put on your thinking hat and remember all those times when you are in these spots. We bet you would need extra pair of hands to continue counting.

So, why wait? Let see what we have in store for you.

#1 Fighting over the remote

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Remote wars are no child’s play! Not as cute as it sounds. Actually pretty serious bouts of sibling rivalry.

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#2 Fighting over food

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Be it the last piece of jalebi or the last aloo parantha, no one gets to have it without putting up a fight.

#3 Fighting over gifts

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Best things come in small packages, they said. But it didn’t stop us from comparing the gifts and see who got the bigger one!

#4 Fighting over who rode in the front seat

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‘Mom, it’s not fair. Today is my turn to ride in the front seat, his was yesterday’

Last but definitely not the least

#5 Fighting over ‘being the favorite kid’

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Kid 1: Mom, I got an A+ in Maths.

Kid 2: I won a gold in the 200m sprint.

*Mom in a dilemma*

#6 Mimicking each other

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That mimicking game that always pinches the wrong nerve, and gets mom involved, and sometimes ends with a war of words or just shades that are thrown for days.

There is no other joy of having a sibling. Siblings fight and always protect each other when the time comes. Doesn’t mater who’s against them. When they get together, they’re invincible.

We’re sure you related to the above listed moments. We would also like to hear from you how many of these situations did you directly relate to. Head over to the comment section and let us know.

Share this article with your brother/ sister on the occasion of Rakhi and go through the joy with them again. Meet up with them in the comment section and share your past stories. There’s so much you can do. And we’d only be very happy to have brought a sense of nostalgia for you on this day.

What are the other quintessential sibling moments? Do let us know in the comments below.

GrabOn wishes you a Happy Raksha Bandhan :)

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