do you think my older sister is out of order for taking such drastic actionwhile my parents are away ?
My parents have gone away to my aunts for the weekend they have left my 23 year old sister in charge, i am supposed to be grounded for bad behavoiur , i am not allowed to leave the house but i am allowed tv, pc phone etc, my sister overheard my in my room talking on my phone about sneaking out and going to a party, my sister burst into my room, we had a row and i swore at her she then took the key from inside my bedroom door and locked me in, she said i would remain locked up until my parents returned tomorrow night, i rang my parents on my phone and told them my sister had locked me in , they said they fully support my sister and as i was planning to sneak out i deserved to be locked up, i have been locked in my room for over 3 hours now and my sister wont let me out is this right ?
- 8 months agoFavourite answer
I understand why you'd want to sneak out, but face it, it's really unsafe. Your parents had said no, and as crappy as that is, it's no. It only makes sense that your sister will lock you in your room because she doesn't want you to leave, and I don't think she's out of order, she's just fairly punishing you.
Brush your teeth, go to bed, look after yourself. Goodnight.
- AAreSSaLv 48 months ago
You apparently didnt learn your lesson from being grounded because you were trying to sneak out and disobey your parents again. You deserve everything you got.
- James BlackleyLv 78 months ago
I do think its extreme that she locked you in your room for days on end! How does she expect you to eat, or to use the bathroom? Then there's the danger aspect, if your house were to catch on fire, and something were to happen where your sister couldn't unlock the door, you'd be in a life or death situation.
Having said that, you have made some VERY poor choices here! You were already grounded for whatever reason, and yet you decided you were going to defy your parents and your sister (who was in charge) by sneaking out of the house for several hours. This was not the responsible thing to do! Instead of trying to push boundaries, you should have respected your parents decision, and stayed inside.
Both of you are wrong here! However, the tipping scale for me is your sister actually committed a crime here, whereas you just acted like a typically stupid teenager! If your parents/sister refuse to let you out, it becomes "false imprisoment" and in all actuality both your sister and your parents would be charged. If I were you, I would very firmly remind all 3 of them of that, and if they don't back down, its a call to the cops and they will come and unlock your door and deal with the others.
- OnlookerLv 78 months ago
Sounds like everyone's in wrong, including you, but if I was in your weak position, I'd be humble, reflect on my behavior, and apologize (after all, you were wrong, too). It's the most practical approach to your situation.
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- TepeeLv 78 months ago
Sorry, but it sounds like you deserve the punishment you received.
- Pearl LLv 78 months ago
dont sound right to me, maybe the police can let you out
- Anonymous8 months ago
Dude play a video game. You broke the rules but can still do whatever you want at least.
- Anonymous8 months ago
Nope, you're lucky. I'd have punched you in the face before locking you in your bedroom.
- Barkley HoundLv 78 months ago
Sounds like it is right.
- JoleneLv 78 months ago
She was left in charge. You were planning on violating house rules. Your parents support her actions....so you are SOL. Yes, she is in the right.