A young woman learned the hard way that it’s not just parents you need to hide your sex life from — but your little siblings as well.
Jen Jordan, a 24-year-old artist living from Long Island, New York, was home at her parents’ house when she and her boyfriend decided to get intimate in her bedroom.
But while she seemed to think she was keeping it down, some very distinct noises managed to clue in her 11-year-old sister as to what was going on — and the tween let her displeasure be known by posting angry notes all over the house.
Whoops! 24-year-old Jen Jordan’s little sister got some funny revenge after overhearing the older girl having sex with her boyfriend
For shame! The 11-year-old, from Long Island, New York, left notes all around the house
God is watching! She wrote ‘sin’ and ‘sinner’ and placed them all over
Uh-oh: Jen said her sister heard the bed moving in her room
Funny kid: She also clarified that her little sister was joking around and wasn’t actually upset
Good one: The tween also used plenty of profanity in the ironic signs
Jen wrote later on Twitter that her little sister figured out what was going on thanks to noises the her bed made when it moved under their weight.
Yet rather than be embarrassed, the sassy pre-teen decided to shame her big sister with a series of angry, over-the-top notes taped all around the house.
‘My 11-year-old sister accidentally heard my bf and i uh… doing the dirty last night and then we went out and came back home to this,’ Jen explained, sharing pictures of the notes.
‘Y’all f***in’ need Jesus,’ read one. ‘You’re dirty goddamned sinners. I’m f***in’ eleven. Go smash somewhere else!’
Post-it’s with messages like ‘Gross sinners nasty!’ were placed around the home, and the 11-year-old covered a full-length mirror in at least 11 notes that read simply, ‘SIN.’
Yikes! Jen, and artist, said she didn’t realize her sister was in the next room
Look at what you’ve done! The younger girl even hung Post-it notes all over the mirror
Haha: Jen said she and her sister have a good relationship and the tween was just being a ‘smart a**’
She even posted a ‘SIN’ note on a box of Triscuit crackers, writing in another message: ‘You tainted my Triscuits.’
Jen promised that her sister wasn’t actually upset about the incident and was just joking — hence the irony of using excessive profanity while calling her sister a ‘sinner.’
‘For the record she was quite obviously being a smart a** and joking with me we’re very close,’ she said. ‘Everyone who knows us laughed and yes, she wrote curse,s she was being ironic writing curses but telling me I’m a sinner at the same time.
She went on to assure followers that her little sister is ‘fine’ and not ‘traumatized,’ as some have suggested.