Siblings day
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“Siblings-the definition that comprises love, strife, competition and forever friends.” – Byron Pulsifer

It’s nearly impossible to describe your siblings in just one word. So instead of wasting your time explaining the complicated love-hate-love-a-lot equation between siblings, we present to you some funny-yet-interesting ideas that you can do with your brothers and sisters. Have a look!

Make funny photo frames:

You can make DIY unique photo frames of funny pictures and memories from your childhood and create an interesting wall hanging to surprise your siblings. Watch the video below for numerous options of unique photo frames:

Bake a funny cake for him or her:

To make this Siblings Day more interesting, you can bake a funny customised cake for your brother or sister to pull his or her leg. This can be a sweet gesture plus, it would be exciting to see their reactions.

PC: Instagram
PC: Instagram

Watch movies together:

Nothing can be more interesting than watching movies with your brothers and sisters with popcorns and enjoy laughing and screaming. Here are some options you can pick to watch movies based on the relationship between siblings:

  • Seven brides for seven brothers (Stanley Donen)(1954)
  • Sabrina (1954)
  • Hannah and her sisters (Woody Allen) (1986)
  • The fabulous baker boys (1989)
  • What’s eating Gilbert Grape? (1993)
  • My sister’s keeper (2009)

Listening to songs together:

Create a playlist of interesting songs and groove with the track. If you’ve siblings residing away from you then share this playlist with them, they are going to love it.

Prank ideas on them:

Annoying your siblings can also be quite fun. You can find various ways to play pranks on them. Today would be the best day to annoy siblings with several prank ideas. For some ideas, watch these prank videos that will make the Siblings Day quite fun and interesting.

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