And I was definitely right! Seeyourfolks.com [link] is website set up to work out just how many more times you'll get to see your parents before it's time for them to shuffle off this mortal coil. Cheerful, huh? You plug in how many times you see them a year, how old they are, and it works out how many more visits you can look forward to based on their average life expectancy.
Given that I try to see my parents at least once a week, but sometimes life gets in the way, I averaged it out to 40 times a year. I plugged the figures in, the calculator did it's thing, and it spat out an estimate of 620.
Okay, that's not too bad. That should give me more than enough opportunities to white-ant my brother out of the inheritance. Make myself look good, slowly erode their faith in him. You can't rush these things, so it's good to know I've got another six hundred plus opportunities to subtly make him look bad.
I'm kidding, I'm kidding! Relax, I'm not going to try and con my brother out of his share of the inheritance.
I'm pretty sure Mum and Dad plan on spending everything before they die anyway.