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    My mum thinks it would be a good idea to get me a years cinema ticket for my birthday.
    I do think this is a good idea as I can go cinema with my mates and family whenever I want.
    My brother already has one of these tickets so I could go with him a lot.

    The thing is the cinema is quite expensive for a normal ticket so I don't go with my mates that often.

    I was wondering if you guys think its a bit sad/ embarrassing for me to go to the cinema with my little brother....??? ( He is 14 and I'm 16)
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    I think that is cute not sad
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    (Original post by anonomon)
    My mum thinks it would be a good idea to get me a years cinema ticket for my birthday.
    I do think this is a good idea as I can go cinema with my mates and family whenever I want.
    My brother already has one of these tickets so I could go with him a lot.

    The thing is the cinema is quite expensive for a normal ticket so I don't go with my mates that often.

    I was wondering if you guys think its a bit sad/ embarrassing for me to go to the cinema with my little brother....??? ( He is 14 and I'm 16)
    Not at all.
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    No wtf. I would go with my 6 year old sis all the time if I could!
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    It's not embarrassing at all.
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    No. I hang out with my little brother and his friends sometimes and they are all 3 years younger than me.
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    No courses not 3 years difference dam most people have bigger age gaps in relationships
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    Not at all. There's not that much of an age difference anyway. I was half expecting you to say he was six. [ But even then, it would be a lovely and kind thing, even if teenage pillocks at the back of the cinema were to have sniggered.] But there's hardly any age gap at all.
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    No, it's not. I often go to the cinema with my brother and he's almost 8 years younger than me.
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    (Original post by anonomon)
    My mum thinks it would be a good idea to get me a years cinema ticket for my birthday.
    I do think this is a good idea as I can go cinema with my mates and family whenever I want.
    My brother already has one of these tickets so I could go with him a lot.

    The thing is the cinema is quite expensive for a normal ticket so I don't go with my mates that often.

    I was wondering if you guys think its a bit sad/ embarrassing for me to go to the cinema with my little brother....??? ( He is 14 and I'm 16)
    No (unless the film is U rated)
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    It just sounds like a lovely thing to do
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    No man wtf. I love spending time with my brother and he is only six
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    Not sad in the slightest. It's great!!!!
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    No way, every time I go home, I take my brother to the cinema. We both like similar movies and it's just a good way to spend time together. He's 15 and I'm 20.
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    No, not sad.
 
 
 
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