The younger sister has to be by far the most annoying thing ever!!!
Pet peeves are defined as one’s constant complaint caused by annoyance. Some common pet peeves are known as liars, IM speakers, food smacking, etc. These are common annoyances of the average person and some share more than one. However, an exceedingly percentage of pet peeves are caused by a term most people are familiar with; the younger sibling. The younger sibling has always been the pest in the home at which their “prey” is their older sibling. In most homes the peeve with the medal is called sister and they usually wear it with pride.
Sister siblings commonly share things such as a bathroom and occasionally a bedroom. The younger sister becomes a pet peeve when they begin doing things such as not putting things where they belong, following the eldest around, and an all time favorite, arguing. Younger sisters always take stuff without asking and then they never even take the time to place that belonging where it belongs. They misplace everything even when not permitted to. Bathrooms and bedrooms are destroyed because the amount of laziness and irresponsibility that sister carries. Other pet peeves are the fact that the youngest of the bunch has to follow and pester the eldest just to make a joke or have entertainment in their day. As if life isn’t stressful enough for an upper class men, they come home and are bothered by the sibling.
The worse part is a game called shadow. Arguing is what ties the entire problem together to create a peeve. The smallest sister always has to argue until they are right. They feel they should win the argument because they’re the baby. This has to be the biggest and most annoying part of the peeve. The high pitch voice, screaming, and name calling is enough to put someone through the roof.
Therefore, in the case of an argument, the best thing to do is to just say okay your right and walk away. Hard and painful it’s the best for everyone. Another thing that could be done to prevent arguing and to stop the “shadow game” is just to go to a room where the door can be locked. That would be the time to enjoy music or television. The “shadow game” can also be stopped by a simple game called “reverse psychology”. This is the time to shadow everything that is said and done by the younger sibling.
Even though the blame can be easily placed upon the younger sister, the pet peeve travels both ways. Older siblings tend to set a high standard that parental units encourage their young to follow. Also the older sister tends to boss the younger sister around because they say and think they can.
Younger sisters are their older sister’s worst pet peeve while the favor can always be returned. Pet peeves are annoyances that are complained about by the average person. They range in many different varieties and continue to grow.
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