Top 10 Ways to Rebel Against Your ParentsDisclaimer: If you get into any trouble by doing any of these things, that's entirely your fault for doing said thing in the first place. I am not responsible for any of your actions or what punishments you may receive from your parents.
I'm planning on giving myself snakebites after I come home from my orthodontist appointment on 1/27/2022. My mom uses my braces as an excuse to not let me get snakebites, but I really want them, so I'll just have to do it at home with a thick sewing needle, some numbing gel, and some bioflex labret studs.
I did this on TheTopTens and it actually worked for almost two years until 11/30/2021, when my mom unfortunately found out about my account.
I have an account here on TTT and an account on PicMix, yet my mom doesn't know about either one of them.
I'm lucky I'm allowed to have dyed hair, but some people have parents that won't let them dye their hair an unnatural color. My hair is pink and black in case you were wondering.
Obviously, I don't recommend doing this, but if you're really angry at your parents, you can just flip them off.
My grandma really had the nerve to complain about how my hair was covering my left eye a few times. I didn't care what she said about it because my hair still covers my left eye to this day.
When I was fifteen, I got my first professional tattoo on my forearm. Didn't ask or tell my mom. I just came home with it knowing there was nothing she can now do about it. Lol. Honestly, she wasn't as pissed as I thought she would be.
If you can't get a tattoo but you really want one, this is a great option for you.
For example, if they ask you to give them the TV remote because they're too lazy to get it themselves, just say no.
If they won't let you hang out with certain friends, hang out with them anyways.
For example, I think I would look great with a septum piercing, while my grandma says I'd look like a "bull". I really don't care what she thinks because it's my body anyways.
Again, my family doesn't have any issue with the music I listen to, but some people have strict parents that do have a problem with their children liking certain types of music (especially anything in the rock category).
I once got my computer privileges taken away for a night when I was 7 just for saying a swear word even though my family said it quite a lot. It was totally worth it.
I've done this a few times, and the way I do this is I put some pillows under a blanket to make it look like I'm sleeping, then I walk out the front door super quietly. If you sneak out correctly and don't get caught, they won't have a blue's clue that you even went out when you weren't supposed to in the first place.
I've done this way too many times to even count. Hell, I once stayed up until 4 a.m. (it was on the day I skipped school back on 1/16/2020).
No, just don't. Its bad for your body.
My mom doesn't want me to pluck my eyebrows since she "overplucked" hers in the 90s, but little does she know is that I've been plucking my eyebrows every few days anyways. I love having skinny pencil thin eyebrows.
My folks are pretty relaxed about what I can and can't wear, and don't really have any issue with me wearing those super low rise pants of the 2000s. Unfortunately, some people aren't as lucky as I am and have strict, lame parents who like to ruin all of their children's fun by stopping them from expressing themselves.