No eating cereal after 10 am https://t.co/tP59VEZgkM
— Alison🌻 (@alisonnnnn_) July 1, 2020
My parents weren’t strict, but my friend wasn’t allowed to see Jumanji. The game pieces moved on their own, so clearly it was satanic.
— Jane on a hill (@janehilll) June 30, 2020
I wouldn’t say mine were strict, but they were/are very religious. We couldn’t say “fart” or even “butt.” It was “toot” and “pass gas.”
— Princess Buttercup (@AsYouuuWiiish) June 30, 2020
Only 3 tv shows a week for me and my brother. Unfortunately it took us 2 years to notice that it could mean 6 programmes so as we both picked Blue Peter and Swap Shop our mum laughed quietly at us until we sharpened up a little.
— Tina2020 (@Tina20209) June 30, 2020
We rotated commandments to follow. I HATED thou shalt not kill week 🙁
— He Called Me Quarantinehorn (@WhatsAGreenhorn) June 30, 2020
We weren’t allowed to sing at the dinner table or use sign language because my dad was the only one who couldn’t sign and he couldn’t stand being left out
— Shenanigans (@Shenanigans_luv) June 30, 2020
Anybody have the rule of no lights in the car at night. Saying it was against the law of something. That was weird.
— Im Autistic. Sorry! (@muchbetterBeast) June 30, 2020
No TV because it “looked too fun”. Also no going to church under any circumstances.
Like most classic high school bad boys, I snuck out of the house to go to church 😂.
— Koala_Walla (@ItsKoalaTeaTime) June 30, 2020
(Grew up in a super conservative,South Asian,sexist,racist and bigoted Muslim family)
1)Could not smile or talk to boys let alone date or hang out with them.
2)Could not wear most stuff I wanted because my mom wanted me to wear loose,long and baggy clothing. Whenever she caught https://t.co/Ih3vBOzmhK
— Anica Anees (@sushipenguin_) June 30, 2020
Can’t look in the microwave window when food is cooking, can’t have your hair down in the kitchen, can’t go out the back door and come in the side door, vegetables must be boiled, can’t take a shower or use the phone when it’s raining….yeah I get this lol
— Catherine Toast (@Toastburglar) June 30, 2020