6 Ridiculous Ways to Bond With Your Family Members

May 15, 2022

Bonding with your family members doesn’t have to be boring. As we celebrate International Family Day, here are six ridiculous ways you can spend time with family.

Slaying together at an owambe  

It doesn’t have to be the party of a person you know; gather your family members and dress like you’re trying to outshine the people getting married. A family that looks good together stays together. 

Praying against your enemies 

How else will you move forward as a family if you have enemies plotting your downfall? Make it a family event and pray against your enemies together. The more voices are praying, the faster the answer to the prayer. 

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Plotting to take over the world 

There are many superheroes or supervillain families in movies, but hardly any in real life. That’s why you and your family need to start one. Not only will this make history, but you’d also get to spend quality time with your family. 

Fighting over the will 

When someone in your family dies, fighting over who gets what is a sure way to promote family unity. You get to spend lots of time together and will interact by force. It’s just unfortunate that someone has to die for this to be possible. 

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Celebrating the death of the family demon

When the family demon finally dies, everyone can come together to celebrate. Throw a party and have a perfect time. At least, this is one death everyone can enjoy. 

Going for deliverance together

Generational curses will not break themselves. You need to carry the generation to the place doing the curse-breaking. This might be just what your family needs to move forward. 

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