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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 20 September 2017 04:30 /
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By  GhostFox  |  33

Says who? Your brother is the one at fault her, not you. I'd tell them to make HIM pay for it. If he refuses to pay, I'd be reporting the event to the police and taking him to small claims court. Stories like this are why people need to stop acting like "sibling rivalry" is a good thing or a healthy relationship.

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By  GhostFox  |  33

Says who? Your brother is the one at fault her, not you. I'd tell them to make HIM pay for it. If he refuses to pay, I'd be reporting the event to the police and taking him to small claims court. Stories like this are why people need to stop acting like "sibling rivalry" is a good thing or a healthy relationship.

By  Tripartita  |  44

On a more positive note, you get you live the rest of your life inside of TV! Watch out violent HBO series, the accident-prone "Before" sections of informercials, and news reports of natural disasters. Good luck!

By  ohsnapword  |  18

I think we now know the hierarchy in your family. Your brother > the TV > you.

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  Chinaski76  |  15

Just a thought, but OP didn't explicitly say they were playing in their home. Some bars have ping pong and tvs, as do some apartment/condo complex rec rooms. The student lounge at my university had ping pong, foosball, air hockey, and tvs (among other things). Regardless of where they were playing, though, I think both of them should split the cost of the tv.

By  chessu  |  19

I'm going to take a wild guess that they both have to pay. I'm also assuming maybe you weren't meant to play it inside in the first place (though, why would the table be there ruins my theory), so though he's technically to blame for the TV, it was a mutual decision to play ping pong inside in the first place. You still shouldn't actually have to pay for it - either one of you. Loss of pocket money etc., yes, but unless you're 18 or emancipated, your parents have a financial obligation and responsibility over you.

By  smallgirl  |  3

He is the one who threw the paddle at you causing you to fall into the tv. He should pay not you plus he’s the one who injured you so he should be paying your hospital bills

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