house rules

Some cultures are very strict about shoes in the household. The same way that every culture has their own set of quirks and traditions. In countries like the US, it is normal to interact with people with all sorts of backgrounds and although we might not understand the different customs, we can certainly learn to […] More
Some of us are happy to be married, but we find ourselves struggling in our relationships with our extended families. Inflammatory things can be said that really shouldn’t be said, admitted the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit. The Redditor, who has since deleted their account, spoke out against his mother-in-law after she scolded him in […] More
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Rules are an imperative part of life, especially when we're growing up. Kids without rules is a recipe for disaster. Now when you're older, sure, rule are made to be broken. But first you have to learn the rules in order to smash them. Often many of us are saddled with some strict family guidelines. But we survived. Well, most of us.

Redditor u/ctsom wanted to hear from everyone about rules of their past by asking..... What was a house rule you had as a kid that you thought was completely normal until you grew up and realized not all households followed?

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Sometimes parents just need a break. So they concoct distorted realities to suppress the desires of their innocent children!

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Rules aren't always made to broken, in fact in certain households breaking the rules can have some pretty severe consequences. And when you're growing you don't ask why, you just do. Who knows how parents come or heads of house come up with some ideas, hopefully it's to keep things in order and have no malicious intent. You have to wonder though how you made it all the way to college without going nuts.

Redditor u/alfred_the_whale wanted to know what odd things were required in certain homes in life by asking.... What's the weirdest rule you had in your home growing up?

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