Depending on what kind of family you grew up in, the expectations from your parents and siblings can go a lot of different ways.
You can either have immense pressure that stresses you out and suffocates you, or you can have laid-back parents who just like to go with the flow. And, of course, there are some inbetweeners as well…
But I have a feeling that all of these folks who took to Twitter to disappoint their families in 5 words have been feeling their loved ones breathing down their necks.
Let’s see what they had to say.
1. There’s no shame in that!
But maybe your family feels otherwise…
— BigNose (@DumyNose) November 22, 2020
2. You’re stuck with me.
For the looooooong haul.
— Jessica Martinez (@Jmartinez_213) November 22, 2020
3. You did an excellent job.
I bet everyone was very happy about this.
— Pernickety Panda (@PernicketyPanda) November 22, 2020
4. Ouch. That one hurts.
It can’t be that bad. Can it?
— DJ Bron3 (@FirstDjBron3) November 22, 2020
5. You’re not alone, my friend.
Get in line, buddy!
— Jeejington (@jeejington) November 22, 2020
6. Grandma will be very happy.
What does that say on your forehead, honey?
— Nerdyn0la (@nerdyn0la) November 22, 2020
7. Teach Mom a lesson this year.
I don’t think she’s gonna like that.
— The Anti Chainsmokers (@kickthebut) November 22, 2020
8. Are you sure about that?
Why don’t you try accounting?
— Hue (@Spoldier) November 22, 2020
9. Maybe you should leave that in the past.
Just a thought…
— Don't Hassle the Hoff (@HoffmannHoff2) November 22, 2020
10. Them’s fighting words!
You just made a lot of enemies.
— Ilias Ben Mna (@IliasBM) November 22, 2020
11. You did what?!?!
Well, dinner is ruined. And so is 2020.
— ꪑꪊꪀꪖ ✊🏼 𝔹ℓм (@MunaNawabit1) November 22, 2020
12. Now you have to explain it to them.
This might take a while.
— Alex Hiatt (@Atropaleo) November 22, 2020
13. Yeah, I noticed that, too…
Get it together, people!
— Pia (@5eekPeace) November 22, 2020
Well, I guess you could say that it’s pretty easy to disappoint our families, huh?
And now we want to hear from you!
In the comments, tell us how you’d do it in five words! Please and thank you!