Am I the only one that had the “you cut it, I pick it” rule?
@themadchef91, that's ingenious, I will literally never forget that now
@themadchef91, when you grow up with four siblings that is one of the staple rules to survive.
@themadchef91, was just about to say something about this
@themadchef91, I do that, too.
@seeUpee, I mean it's just common sense
@Runnin with scissors, my friend who only had a sister didn’t know this rule. He just said if she said anything he would fvck her... I mean punch her
@themadchef91, how does this rule work? It sounds like the cutter is getting the raw deal because they do the work of cutting and don't get to pick
@18bluecat, “the work” of cutting. Nah its to guarantee fairness. If the person cutting got to pick which piece they would intentionally cut one larger and then pick that one. But if the other person is choosing if they intentionally cut one piece larger the other person is going to take it. So it ensures that whoever is cutting cuts evenly
@18bluecat, yeah, as rolling said. The cutter becomes super accurate
@themadchef91, nope. But you're probably one of the few. You should work in government making decisions.
@seeUpee, same bro.
@themadchef91, or your just the older brother, cut it with all your breath and hands on the bigger one and just take it
Yeah my twin always somehow ended up with the bigger piece and the inside part of the couch... One day Loki one day.....
I’d move all the meat and sauce to my side.
I heard a great solution once: first sibling cuts it in half, second sibling picks the half they want.
They will learn real fast how to divide it fairly.
Hope you washed that tape measure first...
Also when you think he’s lying and using camera angles for the dick-pics. Except, no knives.