7 Memes Every Last Born Can Relate to

December 7, 2021

Older siblings always say the worst things about last borns just because they don’t get punished as much as if they are doing suffer head Olympic. Last borns know that life is not always as great as other people think though, here are 7 memes lastborns can relate to.

1. The “I know you do not rate me” meme

You won’t die if you pick our calls with a nicer tone. Sometimes, we actually call to greet you because we care about your wellbeing. The see-finish is too much tbh. That being said, send us money, please.

2. The “Am I a slave to you?” meme

It’s almost like all last borns come out of the womb with the words “house help” tattooed on our foreheads. We’re assigned to do all the chores when everyone else is asleep. 

3. The “I have sense” meme

Despite what people think, the Last Borns Association of Nigeria would like to announce that we have sense. One person has to be the clown of the family, and we should be appreciated for carrying that responsibility.

4. The “I did not come here to suffer” meme

Last borns have made it clear that they came to enjoy life. And tbh, everyone should aspire to be like them. 

5. The “Treat me like soft Agege” meme

This includes not being sent to any “suffer head’ school like your siblings, being pampered silly and generally being babied. If you want to have soft life privileges, next time come as a lastborn. 

6. The “I’m sha taller than you” meme

The last borns’ head you are tapping today and calling “smallie” will one day grow up to be taller than you. If you had respected yourself back then, now that you have to look up to talk to them, they won’t be laughing at you, eyah.   

7. The “In the end, you will still send me money and send me abroad” meme

In the end, lastborns know that every sensible older sibling that isn’t against our progress wants to see us succeed and as much as they complain they always end up fighting for better opportunities for us. 


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