Today is National Siblings Day. So call your brother or sister and say “What’s up?” Or . . . maybe . . . go punch them in the face?
According to a new survey, 8% of people have had a fight with their siblings that either drew BLOOD or left marks.
Here are some more results from the survey, all of which are more peaceful than that one . . .
- 89% of Americans have a sibling . . . and one out of five say they’re TOTALLY different than their siblings.
- 10% are best friends with their brother or sister, and 5% still share the same friend group.
- 36% of people say it’s best to be the oldest sibling . . . 31% say the youngest . . . 18% say the middle . . . and 15% say it’s ideal to be an only child. That last one includes about one out of eight people with siblings, who wish they DIDN’T have ’em.
- And the majority of only children say they wish they had a brother or sister.