The Two Rules That Gronk And His Brothers Had To Follow While Growing Up Are Legendary

Every single bro on the planet would pay a lot of money to party with New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski—after all, he knows no limits. But it turns out that there are a few people on this planet who can actually tame the bullish tight end: his parents.

Appearing on the Late Late Show with James Corden, Gronkowski spilled the details about what it was really like growing up in his household—which includes four brothers who are as wild as he is—saying that it consisted of “brawls every day.” However, there were two rules that his parents enforced on their boys: “No hitting in the face and no hitting in the gonads.”

For fuck’s sake, the Gronkowski parents deserve a medal for Best Parents in America for being able to keep these kids from killing one another, because it sounded like a damn zoo over there every night.

It’s a good thing these rules were in place, otherwise, the Gronk household would’ve turned into a no holds barred cage match anytime the boys were in a room together.

[H/T FOX Sports]

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