The internet has recently been flooded with emotional videos from siblings who have come to realize the significance of the time they have spent with their parents and siblings.
Most people get to live with their families up to a certain age and later, they move on and build their own lives. However, that does not mean the memories and relationships they once created would not last. Recently siblings on the internet have had an important realization that they have already spent most of the time they ever will with their parents and siblings and they have been quite emotional about it. It all started when the recently released movie, "Barbie" has a clip that features Margot Robbie and Ann Roth toward the film's end. The 8 to 11 seconds sound byte, along with Billie Eilish's song "What Was I Made For?" has been going viral on the internet.
Magdalena—who goes by @maggiegramm on TikTok—posted a video where her sibling can be seen crying while lying on her couch. The text overlay reads, "POV: we just watched a TikTok that said, 'You've already spent most of your time together with your sibling.'" The video garnered more than 11.9 million views on the platform and is captioned, "The tear rolling down her cheek."
Many could resonate with how the siblings were feeling. @Emma_hunzinger commented, "My brother passed last year and I saw a TikTok that said, 'Now I have to remember you for longer than I've known you.'" @vanesspineda_1 expressed, "My brother finally moved out and I've never felt so alone." @molly_spam said, "Cherish every single moment. I'm the youngest of 4 with a huge age gap and I honestly miss the fights and loud house. Use the time wisely."
In another similar video, tears can be seen rolling down Anelda Philiphs's cheeks when she realizes that she has spent most of the time she ever will with her siblings and parents. She captioned the video, "Once you move out, it's over." @sarahparentt also has a similar response to this realization. She can be seen wiping her tears away in a TikTok video. The caption reads, "Words can't describe how much I love being his big sister even though he can be annoying. He knows exactly how to make me laugh, even when it's the last thing I want to do. Watching him grow up is so bittersweet."
However, TikTok user @empyreanthecollective, despite feeling sad about the realization, has one relief that her mother and sister will give her a helping hand when it comes to their business. She posted a video in which she has text overlay, "Someone said, 'You already spent most of your time together with your sibling and mom' and I can't stop thinking about it." She then shares clips with them in which her sister is seen laughing and in the next one, her mother is wrapping packages. It ends with the caption, "Growing up is so bittersweet. Hold them close."
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