Look What Ya Did, Ya Little Jerks: Where the 'Home Alone' Kids Are Now

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Just in case you've ever wondered what Kevin's horrible family members did once they were done torturing him.

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It's that time of year again: travel, annoying family, scary neighbors and, of course, bumbling burglars.

Yep, I'm talking Home Alone.

Since the movie is now 22 years old, Kevin McCallister's jerky siblings are all grown up. Here's how they've been keeping themselves busy since they were last seen harassing poor Kev.


A version of this post originally appeared on Mental Floss, an Atlantic partner site.

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Stacy Conradt is a writer for Mental Floss.

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