HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT — Coming together since their most recent spat, Silvia and Cody McIver have decided to stay together for the good of their parents. “It’s no secret that Silvia and I haven’t been happy for a long time now. However, we think that us splitting up would only do irrevocable damage to our parents fragile psyche. Therefore, we have decided to stay together until one of us graduates,” said Cody. “My dad’s stressed out enough as it is and my mom’s got her big employee review coming up. The last thing we want to do is hinder their growth.”
“Splitting up would only do irrevocable damage to our parents fragile psyche. Therefore, we have decided to stay together until one of us graduates.”
Recent studies have found that a staggering 71% of siblings stay together solely for the parents. When asked whether sticking it out might enhance her relationship with her brother, Silvia responded, “Cody and I are done. Finished. Caput. You can’t put someone else’s toothbrush in your ass, not tell them, and expect to be forgiven. That doesn’t mean we won’t put on a face and try and remain civil around our mom and dad.” While Mr. and Mrs. McIver are seemingly unaware of the sacrifice made by their children, I suppose only time will tell if sticking it out is the solution.