Today, a Reddit thread asked users, "What’s something that people without siblings will never understand?" Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF NBC The thread quickly went viral, as thousands of people started sharing the things you can only know if grew up with brothers and/or sisters. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF ABC Here are some of the best responses: 1. "Why it's a bad idea to put a light switch OUTSIDE the bathroom door." Getupstudio / Getty Images —kuro-oruk 2. "That you don't apologize after a fight, you just start talking to them again." —kapojinha 3. "What it's like to have someone who is both an accomplice and a rival." —zombiebane 4. "That ownership of the TV remote is a matter of life or death." Gilaxia / Getty Images —beerbellybegone 5. "'Mom said it's my turn to play the Xbox.'" —imtherealwierdly 6. "The wave of fear that shudders through you at the moment your younger sibling bursts into tears within earshot of your parents because of something you did." —Dickcheese_McDoogles 7. "'Please don't tell mum! Look, you can hit me back!'" Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Warner Bros. —HarpyFA 8. "The amount of blackmail you have on each other that creates a Cold War scenario." —MrOreoMan101 9. "Having someone to complain about your parents to. I love my parents very much, but they are crazy sometimes." —rwatkinsGA 10. "That only the powerful or the fast get to take hot showers." Bowie15 / Getty Images —demonardvark 11. "As an oldest sibling you may give the younger siblings shit. But nobody else is allowed to give them shit." —beetleeagle667 12. "The experience of literally dehydrating yourself so you don't lose the prime seat that if you get up from, will be stolen within seconds." —patheticgurl 13. "Having to hide your snacks because they'll be gone in seconds." Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF NBC —feather_vs 14. "Making your sibling laugh so their cries are not credible to the parents." —19you1 15. "Getting offered something by your parents, saying no, and then when you see them ask your sibling, you're like, 'Wait a minute, I want that.'" —AmusedCoffee02 16. "That the oldest gets front seat. I am the eldest of four and had a monopoly on that front seat until we were all old enough to have our own cars." Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Syfy —1HeyMattJ 17. "The ever-changing alliances. Is my brother on my side or my sister's side today?" —beerbellybegone 18. "The experience of hating someone who is literally just sitting in the same room as you and isn't doing anything. Just their presence is annoying." —nathanormiston And finally... 19. "That it’s possible to love someone who you usually hate." Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Nickelodeon —EasternRayz So, what things do YOU think only people with siblings will understand? Share yours in the comments below.