8-years old arachnophobic cousins invaded a 17-years old girl’s privacy, she put up spider posters to take petty revenge.
Kids are fine as long as they don’t invade your personal space. You can control your siblings and train them to be well-mannered but when it comes to your cousins, you can’t control or train them. You can, but only if they listen to you. Today, we have a Reddit story of a 17 years old girl whose cousins came to stay at her home for a week but made her life miserable. OP’s 8 years old twin cousins upended everything, threw her stuff away, in short, violated her personal and mental space causing great discomfort. OP did some thinking and came up with a genius solution to this problem. OP used her cousin’s weakness against them. Her 8-years old twin cousins were arachnophobic, she printed some of the spider posters and put them up everywhere to keep her mischievous cousins away from her room. Scroll down to read what happened next.
1. When you want to keep your irritating cousins away from you:
2. OP knew her cousins were arachnophobic, she put up the spider posters everywhere in her room to keep her mischievous cousins away.
OP’s idea was not only smart but evil too. Here is what the Reddit users think about OP’s strategy:
3. Karmic spiders.
4. Go a step further.
5. Bring remote control tarantulas.
6. Invest in fake plastic spiders.
7. Go to the Dollar Tree and get fake snakes and spiders.
8. Get fake spider webs too.
9. OP is a genius.
10. The sharper-looking the spiders are, the creeper it is.
11. The hairer, the scarier.
12. Invest in digital picture frames.
Reddit users are in support of OP and think she should have gone a little further to make them learn a lifelong lesson. Some suggested to add fake spider webs, some gave her the idea of remote control tarantulas while others wanted her to get fake snakes and fake spiders as well to make it even scarier for the mischievous kids. For Reddit, OP is NTA. What are your thoughts on this? Comment down AH or NTA? Also, comment if you have ever done something similar to teach your cousins a lesson?