– Remember when I wanted
the remote from you? And you pushed me into the
glass door and it broke! Ooh!
– First off, I don't know why you were trying to take the remote. I was watching TV.
– Okay. (bright orchestral music) My name's Lakisha.
– My name is Shane. – I'm Adrien.
– I'm Nathan. – And we're brothers. – This is my brother from another mother. – And this is my sister from another, the same mister!
– The same mister. Boom.
(hands clap) – [Interviewer] Who's smarter? – I got my AA with a 3.6.
– I got mine in high school. – Oh, okay.
(laughing) – [Interviewer] Who's going first? – You do it, you're older.
– Oh okay. – Respect your elders.
– Hm! Did you ever catch our parents having sex or masturbating?
(laughing) – That's fucking, Jesus Christ. – Okay.
– Oh my God. – When we use to live at the old house, I use to hear 'em all the time. It would piss me off, like ew. – It was like the middle of
the night and I walked in, and then they like freaked
out and sat up on the bed. And Dad like covered
his dick with his vest. In my little kid mind, I was
like, that's kinda weird. (laughs)
And now looking back on it, they were definitely fucking. And I walked in yeah for sure.
– Nice, well that's cool, man. – What's your best and
worst memory of our parents? – My worst memory, how
they put you in karate, and then I tried to ask a
year later if I could join and my dad yelled at me and told me no. – What, what, that was his favorite story. – I said, "Dad can I join karate?" "No!" I said, "Oh my god."
(laughing) – Spankings were bad. You know that was never fun.
– Bitch, I got beat. I got beat like a fucking slave. – Well, yeah that's because you were bad. (laughing)
– Bitch, I got my back beat with back scratchers,
belts, electrical cords. – He's from the South, so, you know. – That's on my lower back, that's not even my ass, that was my back. – What's your best and
worst memory of our father? – Best memory would be,
he put me in Girl Scouts. Our Indian-ass father went
to Girl Scout camp with me. There was like a sewing competition, and he was like, boom, boom, boom, boom. – That's what we do. – And we won the sewing
competition from our Brownies. – We weave, okay, in and out, yeah. I don't have any memories of him, but I will say he made a dope daughter and I got to have a dope sister. – Aww!
– Stop the fuck outta here. (laughing) – Which one of us was a mistake? – Ooh, definitely you.
– Now see you got me messed up.
(both laughing) – Definitely you, I wasn't a mistake. – I can't imagine either of our parents planned for either one of us.
– I know. I feel like I was probably
made in like, anger. – (laughing) So you're a hate-fuck baby? – I am a hate-fuck baby! – Definitely me.
– I don't think you should put that on yourself. – No, it was definitely
me, let's be honest. – Neither of us were a mistake. We were both planned, we were both given the same opportunities in life, so neither of us was a mistake and neither of us are a mistake. – That may be the case, but the series of events that happened over the course of my teenage years led
to me being a mistake. – Everybody has fuck-ups,
and you thinking of yourself as a mistake just isn't
like a healthy thing to do. – I'm aware of this. – Which sibling will get. (laughs) – Ask it.
– Which sibling will get more in the will? (laughs) That's fucked up
(both laughing) – Jesus Christ. – Which sibling will get more in the will? – Me. – Why?
– They like me more. I go to their house more. I do chores when I go there. They actually like me, I mean… – I'm pretty sure the parents love us all. – You're being generous, but okay. (both laughing) – Grandma and Grandpa told
me I get their house so. – Shit, that did not happen. – That did happen.
– All right, cool. – Yeah.
– Love you Grandma. – The most spoiled sibling
has to take a shot. That's you.
– Yeah. – And the bar was low.
– That is true. – So like–
I had a roof over my head. – I had roofs. – True.
– Sometimes they had holes. Ha! – The most spoiled sibling
has to take a shot. – Go ahead.
– Really? – Yeah.
(crew laughing) – I like how you, "yeah." (laughs) – Bitch, you already know that's you. You got $75 a month when
you were in middle school– – For clothes.
– I don't give a fuck. I didn't get an allowance. – Anybody in my family could answer this and they would definitely say it's him. – Just 'cause I'm the
favorite don't mean nothing. – Whatever.
– Cheers. – If you can only save mom or
dad from a burning building. – Jesus Christ.
– Who do you choose? – No.
– Just neither? – Yeah, fuck 'em both. (both laughing)
– That's terrible. – You can only save mom or
dad from a burning building who do you choose? – Oh man. (fingers tap on wood) – Are you really gonna do… – [Interviewer] Who do you
think he was going to say? – Mom, definitely, you were
definitely gonna pick– – Both or neither, because, you know. – So you gonna let both of 'em suffer? Is that how you're doing it? – Well, I'm not going to
pick one or the other. That's fucked up. – Oh okay, I'm picking Mom. – Why? – I mean Mom and I we
had our ups and downs but Dad was on a whole nother level. I'm probably gonna get
in trouble for that. – I think you'll learn to admire Dad though, like once you've
lived a little longer. – Whatever, it's whatever
– Yeah, well, socially– – Whatever.
– Everybody has their flaws. – Name a physical and or emotional wound I gave you that has taken
a long time to heal. Ooh, fuck, that's gonna hurt. – Remember when I wanted
the remote from you? And you pushed me into the
glass door and it broke! Ooh!
– First off I don't know why you were trying to take the remote. I was watching TV.
– Okay! – I looked up to you more
than anyone in my entire life I thought you were the
coolest fucking person and then you dipped for maybe
like six months to a year. And I didn't understand what was going on because I was young. – You're right, just somethings happening. – I didn't get it. We saw you walking and
mom and dad picked you up and it was my birthday and
you didn't say happy birthday. And after that I was
like, I love this dude more than I loved anyone
in my entire life. I can't love anyone. – Oh my god, I wanna hug you. – Don't, don't tear up, you're fine. – No, I love you.
– You're fine, do you wanna… It happened, it built my
character, do you know what I mean? – Should we stick our
parents in a nursing home? Push came to pull and
I had to move back home to take care of them and
possibly quit my job, I would definitely do that.
– Yeah. – 'Cause regardless of our
relationship growing up, they're still my parents. – I would move in, too, I
would take care of them. – Move in, bitch, you already live there. Where you moving to?
– Well, I… (laughs) – Where are you moving to? – Should we see more of each other? If so, who's to blame
for that predicament? You.
– Who's to blame for us seeing more of each other? – Not seeing more of each other, you. You don't text back. – I text back. – Who, not me.
– Not you, but… (laughs) – We definitely don't ever see each other. Unless its a holiday, legit. (chuckles) – Who's to blame?
– Who's to blame? You have a vehicle so what's your excuse? – So do you! You've had a vehicle
longer than me actually 'cause when we graduated, who got the car? (both laughing) – You wanna hang out?
– Yes! – Do you wanna kick it?
– Yeah. – You wanna be homies?
– All the time! – Yeah? – [Interviewer] Do you
wish you talked more? – Should we talk more? No.
(laughs) 'Cause I'm satisfied with where we're at. – So why can't you just come up here? – 'Cause you don't ask, that's why. You've never asked me to
come over and hang out. – [Interviewer] Do you want
to see more of each other? – Oh yeah, we could easily
see more of each other. – No.
– Well, first off– – (laughs) I was just joking. – We're cool right?
– Always, shit. – We didn't fuck each other up. – I can't fucking dump you.
– We're not mad at each other. – Hopefully.
– You're my fucking sister. – You can't dump me? – [Both] Go to playtruthordrink.com – Buy it, it's cheap as fuck. Play Truth or Drink at home.

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    I honestly can't deal with how sweet the girl with tattoos is, the way she talks about her brother makes me tear up.

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    “That’s not even my ass that’s my back”🤣🤣🤣

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    Cousins play truth or drink! I'm really close to mine since I don't have sibilings.

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    I wanna hang out with tattoo girl and bearded guy

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    "You wanna kick iiiit? You wanna be homies?" I mean I'd be down🤣

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    Who's the tattooed girl? 😍

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    The brunette with the tats is crazy hot

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    That girl in the wheelchair was gorgeous. Just sayin.

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    shawty with the tats 😻

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    Everyone is talking about tattoo/wheelchair lady, but her brother tho ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    im sorry but when the two brothers were talking i felt so bad for the one without glasses
    he was like "yeah so dad basically beat the shit out of me" and you could see that even though he was laughing he was like traumatized
    and his brother just said that "youll appreciate him when you grow up"

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    The brother in he turtleneck pissed me off. He obviously doesn't understand what abuse does to a person, especially when there's such a discrepancy between how siblings are treated. You don't need to care for, love, respect, or fucking admire your abuser. That's a toxic mindset and it is unfair to expect that from any victim/survivor.

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    6:38 "Cuz when we graduated, who got the car?"
    He still feels that lol

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    Y dat bitch in a weel chair

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    At 4:51 I thought she was gonna say he put her in that wheelchair

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    The two brothers relationship felt like a therapist and his patient but they’re buds at the same time

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    That dude telling him he'll learn to like the dad who beat him. UHM no.

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    It’s my brother’s birthday today but we never speak. I should probably call him.

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    "yeah, fuck em' both" ahahahahhaha

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  • May 31, 2019 at 7:55 pm
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    You can tell which siblings are close and which ones are not

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