Everything I Need to Know in Life I Learned From Having a Brother
Love is biting your popsicle in half and sharing it with someone who just rollerbladed over your bare toes by mistake.
You can be mad as hell at someone and still want to sleep in the same bed.
Bathroom humor is the glue that binds us all.
Ownership is a relative and fleeting thing.
There can be such a thing as "community" underwear.
Brotherly goodwill is more important than avoiding backwash in your Sprite.
There's a special place in hell for he who purposely occupies your favorite chair at the dinner table.
Peace on Earth begins in the home.
Existential FOMO takes root when someone close to you uses the red swing, the top bunk, and that one coveted pair of socks with the avocados on them.
Some people get away with everything.
The more older brothers you have, the greater the chances that your first spoken phrase will be, "the snake bited the man's penis!"
The only sanctioned type of bullying is of the (mild) sibling-on-sibling kind.
Leading by example means teaching someone all of your favorite swears.
An eye for an eye; a punch in the solar plexus for a balltap.
To err is human; to forgive is for the sister in Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
A brother is a first friend, a best friend, and one of the few people who will take the time to wake up early with you to watch the trash truck.