My expectation from my elder brother is so low that the only thing that I wish for on my birthday is for him to be civil around me. That’s it. And I’m sure people with siblings can relate.
So when one guy sent Rs 5,000 as a gift to his cousin brother on his 18th birthday, I was flabbergasted. I thought, does god have a separate manufacturing unit for nice brothers?
The guy took to Twitter to reveal that the first thing his younger cousin did on turning 18 was to apply for a PAN card so that he could invest in the market. Hence, he gifted him some money.
Cousin turned 18 recently and the 1st thing he did was apply for PAN card before applying for license so that he can invest in market. and like one responsible elder brother I put some money 🙂 so happy for him 🙏 #PersonalFinance pic.twitter.com/PyPdbzZ4wB
— Sundar G (@SunOfGan) January 6, 2021
People online have just one question, “Where do we sign up to become your cousin?”
A few others shared their responsible-thing-I-did-on-turning-18 stories. Have a look:
What is the procedure to become your cousin?
— Diwaagar (@diwaagar) January 6, 2021
I applied for voters ID first when I turned 18. Responsible Indian citizen.
— Naren Vaidyanathan (@narenvj87) January 6, 2021
My sister got my first debit card when I was 18 with same deposit amount (14+yrs ago), still use that only. Best gift actually. I haven’t invested anything properly but have never gone below a certain amount in that account of which I am proud of.
— Milline (@MirnaliniV) January 6, 2021
Esa bhai kahan milta hai?
Mujhe bhi chahiye
— Ayush Shukla (@ayushshukl99) January 6, 2021
— Keshav Kandhadai (@keshyperion) January 6, 2021
— Nikhil Jois (@nikhiljoisr) January 6, 2021
Ivar, Neenga dhaana sir? pic.twitter.com/zbp2kFneHi
— The Kaipullai (@thekaipullai) January 6, 2021
Dear brother, if you are reading this, LEARN SOMETHING!
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