21 Truths About Being An Only Child

21 Truths About Being An Only Child

7. Only children have no one whom they can call upon to  check the validity of their “That’s too ridiculous to be true” childhood  memories the way most people can with their brothers and sisters (i.e., “Is this  just a really vivid dream I had, or did we once catch Dad smoking out of a light  bulb in the garage?”). Of course, it’s not worth it to try and revisit these  memories with your parents — everybody knows that the only people with a more  distorted vision of your childhood than yourself are your parents.

 

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