End One Brother-Sister Quarrel with a Squabbling Siblings Peace Treaty


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Customizable treaties give Mom a break from diplomatic responsibilities on Mother’s Day

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It can be tough for siblings to get along since they have to share the same toys, the same room, and the same favorite ketchup brand for their entire adolescence. Settle disputes quickly with this Groupon.

The Deal

  • Negotiate a cease fire with a treaty to end one sibling disagreement

Don’t just get the kids to say they’ll get along. Get them to sign on the dotted line of a Squabbling Siblings Peace Treaty. Recognized by an organization like the United Nations, this easily draftable treaty can draw from many of the same peacekeeping protocols used to neutralize decades-long international conflicts.

Squabbling Siblings Peace Treaty

Mothers typically provide the final word on inter-sibling disagreements. That may be the case 364 days out of the year, but on Mother's Day, the Squabbling Siblings Peace Treaty fills in for swift, immediate mediation. Unlike existing treaties filled with nonessential mandates to lay down arms or grant independence from the Netherlands, the Squabbling Siblings Peace Treaty is completely customizable to your unique conflict. Mothers simply turn over their printed voucher to reveal a pristine treaty that can be inscribed with more than 500 potential terms and provisions, including:

  • Individual toys can be played with for a maximum of 15 minutes before recognizing a mandatory sharing period of 15 minutes
  • Pulling of hair is a restricted activity and can incur a sentence of up to two hours in the perpetrator's room without T.V.
  • Dining rooms are a protected area: any damage to fine china or other dining room decorations due to rough-housing will result in a grounding of all children upwards of one week, pending an arbitrator's ruling.

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