Siblings That Steal Your Stuff

  • folie a dru.

    folie a dru. (1270)

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    My little sister steals everything. Tights, headbands, gloves, hats, shirts, movies, CDs.

    When I go in her room to get it she then screams at me for going in her room.

    >.<

    My mom can't even keep her under control.

    Help?
    April 13th, 2008 at 06:31am
  • Bells.

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    Perhaps try locking your door. Or tell her how you feel about it. If she continues, well then why don't you just go into her room and dump all her stuff on the floor, grab something precious to her and leave. Ignore her screams.

    If all else fails, buy a taser =D
    -joking-
    April 13th, 2008 at 07:40am
  • The lightbulb broke.

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    Oh god my little sister does that too, I charge her for borrowing my stuff. Give her a deadline on when you want it back, and if she doesn't pay up or give it back on the specified date, start adding interest.

    If she's still an ass, threaten to squash her. And steal her stuff, yeah I know thats immature, but who gives a shit, its your property she's jacking now isn't it?
    April 13th, 2008 at 07:55am
  • Marius De Romanus

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    My 23 year old brother takes my CD's, hairspray, guitar, amp, guitar picks and DVDs.

    I suggest for your sister to buy a safe or tell your parents.
    April 13th, 2008 at 08:30am
  • the celestial teapot

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    I'd say buy a doorknob with a lock. Or hide shit. Or chain it to stuff.

    I have the same problem, seriously, my sister takes everything. -_-
    April 13th, 2008 at 09:18am
  • peter quill.

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    Get a lock on your door, but put it high up so she can't reach if not she might find a way in.
    Or if that fails, do the same to her. Wait til she's not in and borrow things, then have a go at her when she goes to get them back. It's immature but sometimes it's the only way they learn.
    April 13th, 2008 at 11:54am
  • Robbie Williams

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    My little brother does this. Annoying.
    I got a lock on my door, and kept him out :cute:
    I suggest you should get a lock.
    April 13th, 2008 at 02:05pm
  • feeling weightless;

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    Same here.

    Try to get back at her so she won't want to steal anymore.. and it depends on how young, but if shes little you could tell her she'll go to juvie :lmfao
    April 13th, 2008 at 02:55pm
  • Marius De Romanus

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    Oh, I have an Idea lock yourself in her room and say you are going to take things, while she is outside her door, that'll make her cry.
    April 13th, 2008 at 03:52pm
  • the lover.

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    My little sister does the same except she's eight (instilling fear in an eight-year-old girl isn't hard) and I'm guessing that your little sister is older than that...
    I would just say to get a lock. I'm not allowed to have on but Josie's pretty much scared that Santa will die if she touches anything I own. I'm so evil.
    April 13th, 2008 at 04:21pm
  • ella.

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    Tell her nicely, to fuck off. Exact words. They are usually taken back by the language. Unless you have already done that. Tell her off, and use as many curse words are possible. Tell her that she is out of control, and she can't always get what she wants. She sounds like she is going to be a Scene Queen with the way she is acting. I know it's not the most mature thing to do, but it works.
    April 13th, 2008 at 04:59pm
  • Blooregard Q. Kazoo

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    I'd say a simple lock as well.
    Or re-arrange the stuff in your room so she doesn't know where so much of it is.
    April 13th, 2008 at 05:04pm
  • purple haze.

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    i recon you should just take some of her stuff, or threaten her...

    my brother takes my dvds all the time ¬.¬
    April 13th, 2008 at 05:09pm
  • folie a dru.

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    ella jack:
    Tell her nicely, to fuck off. Exact words. They are usually taken back by the language. Unless you have already done that. Tell her off, and use as many curse words are possible.
    Curse words don't scare her too much. She's a fifteen-year-old.

    I'll consider taking something of hers. I just don't think it'll score much in the way of points with my mother...
    April 13th, 2008 at 10:15pm
  • harlequin.

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    You could try talking to her? [/obvious]
    That's what I do when my brother takes my stuff. Find out why he takes it, and then steal it back.
    Childish yet effective.
    April 15th, 2008 at 10:13pm
  • Amanda Palmer.

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    Just steal stuff of hers. Yeah so immature!
    But still it can be effective in the long run.
    April 15th, 2008 at 11:16pm
  • Chain Me Free

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    My sister who is a year older than me tends to steal my clothes and jewelry. She breaks my earings all the time. She steals my perfume and lotion. I just steal things from her casually like she does to me. Yes immature.
    April 28th, 2008 at 05:17pm
  • Scars.

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    My siblings will steal occasionally, but it isn't everyday.
    But when they do, it's some of my precious stuff; make-up, cds, posters, tickets, etc. But now she's stopped the habit.

    How?
    I simply emptied her backpack and put a few apples in it [so it doesn't feel empty], and then she went to school like that. When she came back, she immediately thought it was me. Obviously. I threatened her, and all she did was beg for her items back. I continued on, until she surrendered.

    Threats are the best, when used with intelligence.
    April 29th, 2008 at 04:55am
  • Bells.

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    My siblings will steal occasionally, but it isn't everyday.
    But when they do, it's some of my precious stuff; make-up, cds, posters, tickets, etc. But now she's stopped the habit.

    How?
    I simply emptied her backpack and put a few apples in it [so it doesn't feel empty], and then she went to school like that. When she came back, she immediately thought it was me. Obviously. I threatened her, and all she did was beg for her items back. I continued on, until she surrendered.

    Threats are the best, when used with intelligence.
    Hey, that's awesome! XD That's such a smart way to go about it.
    April 29th, 2008 at 10:35am
  • Yanks

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    Steal her stuff back! Beat her up! EYE FOR AN EYE!!
    April 30th, 2008 at 07:11pm