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    I just turned 18 and have a 15 year old brother that is 6'2 and 13 stone.

    I, despite being 3 years older am 10.5 stone and 5'10.

    How do I deal with this more than clear inferiority?

    It's quite clear that I was born from the "weaker sperm."
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    No its not clear, and height and weight does not mean a thing unless you happen to be competing in a variety of sports.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I just turned 18 and have a 15 year old brother that is 6'2 and 13 stone.

    I, despite being 3 years older am 10.5 stone and 5'10.

    How do I deal with this more than clear inferiority?

    It's quite clear that I was born from the "weaker sperm."
    Just sit down a lot so people can't tell the difference as much.




    And cover your weak spermed face. :ahee:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I just turned 18 and have a 15 year old brother that is 6'2 and 13 stone.

    I, despite being 3 years older am 10.5 stone and 5'10.

    How do I deal with this more than clear inferiority?

    It's quite clear that I was born from the "weaker sperm."
    My brother is 2 years younger than me. He is sronger, smarter, would beat me ina fight and the same height. Do i give a ****? No! Be happy with who you are as no doubt you'll have some qualities that your brother wants. He probably feels like your better than he is.
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    Out smart him.
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    Everyone is different, so there is no way you being smaller means you are less masculin then someone else. Try and be comfortable with yourself, you are how you are.
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    Well, do the obvious: beat him in other fields than height and weight. And there are probably thousands of other fields. Everything from intelligence to sense of humour to charisma to wealth to will power to blablabla. Height and weight are not the end of the world.
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    Easy solution. Pump yourself with steroids until your nuts shrink :awesome:
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    Yeah..

    But he's 15, thats a tossy age to be.
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    (Original post by MO-M-G)
    Yeah..

    But he's 15, thats a tossy age to be.
    How'd you mean?
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    Don't let it bother you? My brother, who is 8 years older than me, has never really been bothered I'm taller than him. In the end, you can drink, drive, smoke, buy porn legally and play the lottery. What the **** can your brother do? Reach for the biscuits on the top shelf?
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    Your brother is an alpha male, you're not. It's the way life is sometimes.
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    Wtf??? Who cares?
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    (Original post by goldlock)
    How'd you mean?
    I mean that being 15 is pretty awkward.
    For one you feel like you should be treated more maturely than anyone thinks you are or is willing to treat you.
    When i was 15 i wouldnt go anywhere near most 15 year old boys, so thats why you shouldnt care even if your brother is a total meatcake.
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    ask him if he's done his homework. then light a cigar and blow the smoke in his face.
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    That's not true. It really all depends on how you look at it. Everyone has their own set of virtues and just because your slightly smaller than you brother, it doesn't mean you're not strong, intelligent, funny, exciting to be around - you know? Besides, if there is one thing I've learnt recently, it's that everyone has different tastes. What one person might think is attractive another may feel unimpressed. Just remember, he may be your brother but that doesn't mean you have to automatically compare yourself to him. You're a separate human being with a completely different personality and shouldn't forget that.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I just turned 18 and have a 15 year old brother that is 6'2 and 13 stone.

    I, despite being 3 years older am 10.5 stone and 5'10.

    How do I deal with this more than clear inferiority?

    It's quite clear that I was born from the "weaker sperm."
    Go gym.
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    My brother and I have the same problem. My penis is way bigger than his and he hates me for it. I don't even have a brother.

    EDIT: ridiculous answer as a result of ridiculous question.
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    (Original post by nouvelle_vague)
    My brother and I have the same problem. My penis is way bigger than his and he hates me for it. I don't even have a brother.
    I bet psychologists love you. :p:
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    (Original post by MO-M-G)
    I mean that being 15 is pretty awkward.
    For one you feel like you should be treated more maturely than anyone thinks you are or is willing to treat you.
    When i was 15 i wouldnt go anywhere near most 15 year old boys, so thats why you shouldnt care even if your brother is a total meatcake.
    Plus, you can do **** all at 15, it's like the oldest you can be without having any useful rights or responsibilities, or work. :mad:
 
 
 
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