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By HungryStudent - / Wednesday 20 August 2014 18:59 / Puerto Rico - Carolina
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  Flowtastic  |  16

Considering his brother is 24, it's more of a sibling/decency fail... At that age the parents really aren't able to enforce any punishment... Edit for gender fail

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  Arwen_Evenstar  |  37

At 24 he's an adult, so I'm not sure there's much they can do in the way of punishment. More if he lives at home (but for instance a mobile/cell phone may be the number on his CV), nothing if he doesn't. Technically, OP could call the police.

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While OP is an adult, I know that no matter what age I am at, my parents would help me out however they could. Just because you're over 18 doesn't mean you aren't their child anymore in my opinion.

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  ddlovatolover  |  23

I'm pretty sure OP is not an adult, at least not a working adult yet. OP's username is "HungryStudent" which implies that s/he isn't working yet, and is probably younger than his/her 24-year-old brother.

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  Arwen_Evenstar  |  37

I agree they should help OP, I never said otherwise, I just said that that there may not be much they can do against the thieving son. You can't really control an adult easily.

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  skittyskatbrat  |  19

So...take and pawn his stuff. And tell him you'll pay him back when he can pay you. Or he can get them out of pawn himself and you'll call it even. And then push your parents to explain, exactly, why that's not fair...logically....

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  badluckalex  |  23

Although that sounds like a good plan 24, lets be realistic. I imagine her brother doing much worse things if she pawned his stuff for money. Im not saying he doesnt deserve it, but that idea could be dangerous.

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  gemstone586  |  12

dafuk is wrong with you people?? He's twenty freaking four.... why are his parents still punishing him??? unless OP is a minor, he should just get some balls and handle it.....

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