Now, we all know Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne have a unique style when it comes to dealing with conflict.
After all, the Prince of Darkness once chucked a baked ham at their neighbors' window to get them to turn off their loud music.
But Sharon told James Cordon on "The Late Late Show" Monday night she had her own special way of expressing her anger back when her two children were still young.
"What I used to do was, I used to get one of the kids to crap in a box and I would put it in a Tiffany box. And I would have it delivered," said Sharon Osbourne on "The Late Late Show."
And this apparently didn't happen just once.
"And Jack used to say, 'Mommy, I don't have to poo in a box again do I?' And I said, 'Yes, shut up! Keep pooing!'" said Sharon.
Sharon swears she hasn't sent any of her "special deliveries" out in years. But when someone insults her family, things get really stinking serious.
The Osbourne matriarch told The Guardian she used to send out poop boxes to anyone who attacked her loved ones. "I've done it for an awfully long time. I suppose I find it funny."
We used to have the pleasure of witnessing Sharon's devious revenge plans first hand when "The Osbournes" was still on the air in the early 2000s.
And lucky for us, Sharon herself announced on "The Talk" last year the reality show will be returning to the small screen.
"It's not as much coming back as a proper series as an update. At most, there will only be six to eight episodes. And it's a catch up on our lives and where we are now."
VH1 is reportedly near a deal for the new batch of episodes, though it's unclear when the reboot will premiere.
Until then, we're sure Sharon can provide us with plenty of hilarious Osbourne stories to hold us over.
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