encounters with my baby brother: 8

True story: My brother and I tend to go out in sympathy when the other is not feeling well. Remember the insomnia thing??

Anyway, the other morning he rang me bright and early to thank me for sleeping well the previous night.

He then proceeded to get up me for the days prior to that when he felt like shit.

After I told him I could hardly be blamed for getting my period, his immediate and somewhat indignant response was there was no doubt in his mind that if he bled he would be in sync with me.

God, he makes me laugh and laugh.

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21 Responses to encounters with my baby brother: 8

  1. Chris says:

    And he makes us laugh, too – thanks for sharing him with us!

    Erm. I didn't mean that to sound quite as naughty as it did.

  2. Tracy says:

    What a nice brother! Mine is us, well, nice, but not that nice. If I said that to him he'd probably make some face and then go hide in the next room. lol

  3. Synchronized periods. Eessh…I shudder just thinking about it. lol

    Your brother makes me giggle. Yay! lol

  4. jeanette8042 says:

    Hahahaha that's hilarious!

  5. Kris says:

    Chris: “I didn't mean that to sound quite as naughty as it did.”

    Sure, sure. I'll tell him you're trying to flirt with him without him actually being here. It'll make him laugh and then roll his eyes cos I'm talking about him again. LOL.

    Tracy: Maybe your brother is normal?? I'm not sure I have the 'best' example of that to judge by. πŸ™‚

  6. Kris says:

    Bridget: He's definitely entertaining that's for sure.

    Jeanette: He comes out with the funniest things and I adore him for it. *g*

  7. Chris says:

    Based on the time it has to be there now, I'm assuming you'll be fielding a complaint about his sleeping poorly?

  8. Kris says:

    Chris: *snort* More than likely. He's going to be even more pissed cos he spent something like 5 hours fixing my PC yesterday too. Not much of an award.

  9. Emilie says:

    That made me laugh and laugh, too. My brother is a very empathetic sort. I'll have to get him to read this, though he probably won't find it as funny as I did.

  10. KT Grant says:

    Aw, you and your bother are so cute together!

  11. Tam says:

    Awwww. He is special. πŸ™‚

  12. Mumma J says:

    You have just reminded me of a very different boy child…

    In the distant past when we three were all living together and you and I were 'in sync' I can remember him wanting to leave home and go live with his friend's family for one week a month.

    Poor boy, with the emphasis on boy!!!

  13. Mumma J says:

    Addendum to the above…

    It wasn't so long ago when we three were sitting in your office/study and you were feeling very fragile, I remarked that at least there was one huge benefit of menopause.

    The boy child was very quick to say that he also enjoyed my situation! MMMmmmmmm???

  14. Kris says:

    Emilie: LOL. If you do, Em, make sure you report back about his reaction. *g*

    Katiebabs chook: We are… sometimes… πŸ˜‰

  15. Kris says:

    Tam: That he is. :DDD

    Mumma: *gigglesnorting* I can remember that one of us threw a percentage at him once about how low it actually was for women to have PMS in RL. His response 'yeah, but they're all fucking living in this house!'. Classic.

  16. Eyre says:

    You brother sounds awesome! I always wanted a brother . . .

  17. L.M.A.O tears rolling down my face. I love your baby brother he cracks me up.

  18. Kris says:

    Eyre: He is pretty awesome and up for virtual sharing too. πŸ˜‰

    KC: I've been trying to get him to start tweeting cos I think he would be hell funny. He continues to resist though. 😦

  19. orannia says:

    LOL! I can't ever imagine saying that to my brother. I'd be bright red!

    A scary thought…what would guys be like with PMT?

  20. Kris says:

    Orannia: “A scary thought…what would guys be like with PMT?”

    I recall with much fondness the day the Daddy reported that his doctor had told him he was going through male menopause. I believe my response was uncontrollable laughter. Good times. *g*

  21. Tracy says:

    Now way in hell you could ever call my brother “normal”. It just doesn't fit. lol

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