By NaomiMadison - United States
Today, my little brother came into my room and hit me over the head with his baseball bat. He then dropped the bat onto my floor and ran crying into my mother's room proclaiming I stole his bat and beat him with it for fun. FML
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  Takuya272727  |  16

If he is going to say it, you may as well do it to him(without injuring him severely), so he doesn't lie about it. This will teach him two things. Not to hit you, and not to lie. Sometimes it can be the only lesson you can do to / for a brother. My brother was like that, and we adapted because of that.

  Sacurason  |  0

19- That doesn't necessarily work. Many
mothers would punish the older brother even without physical evidence of any kind of hit, and of course would punish even worse if there actually was a mark. Many parents take one child's word completely over the other. I have several friends who have been in the same situation; thank God my brother can't get away with it( he's tried ).

  prince122  |  0

wow if my little brother ever did that to me or my older brother not only would we break the bat on him my mom would ground him just
caus were older.


im 16, and have a 9 year old brother. once, I accidentally elbowed him in the chest and he cried for about 3 minutes straight. when I told him to shut up and get over it, he punched me in the nose and broke my glasses. he then ran off to my mother saying that in a fit of rage, I elbowed him in the chest and told him to shit off. gotta love little brothers.

  Boredumm  |  6

if your parents take your little brothers words over yours i think the best way for pay back would be to take videos or pictures of his embarassing moments and show'em to his friends or his future gf or something.

  flockz  |  19

obviously i knew that. obviously u dont understand sarcasm. obviously u have no sense of humor. obviously your a troll. and yes obviously i think u need to shut the fuck up.

  swiftangel  |  1

Agreed with 66. I am an only child and growing up most of my clothes, etc. came from a thrift store. I didn't have cable tv, a phone, or any of the awesome things that my peers had growing up.