Being the Youngest

  • Flynn Rider

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    Isn't it nice when your the youngest? I know for me, most of the time, I love being the youngest. You get attention from your older siblings, whether it's good or bad vibes, they give you attention. Parents always giving you the bigger, the better things. And you're always loved.

    I'm the youngest in my family. I get more and better things than my older brothers. I have two, a 28 year old and a 26 year old. Both of them really love me and it's a rarity for us to fight and get mad at each. We always joke around and laugh... They always buy me things that I want and deserved. And both of them are always there to protect me.

    My dad is usually nice to me, most of the time he yells at me. My mom loves me, I'm one of her favorites. Ha ha... So yeah..

    Isn't it fun being the youngest?! Opinions?
    -And if you aren't the youngest, tell us what you're jealous of the youngest member in your family? And other details Naughty
    December 3rd, 2008 at 04:29pm
  • The Great Defector.

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    I'm the youngest in my family and I agree with everything you've said. I really like knowing that I have three older siblings that will protect me if needed.
    =]
    December 3rd, 2008 at 06:45pm
  • Romance.

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    Hmm, I have to disagree :D

    I'm the youngest. My brother and parents are basically the 'adults' and I'm the baby of the family. I get left out of everything. People don't tell you important things if you're the baby.

    Plus, if you're the youngest, nothing's a big deal anymore. If you have older siblings, you will usually have less childhood photos than them because by the time you do all the funny shit, it's, "Yeah, so what else is new?" because your older siblings have done it all before. You don't always get a lot of attention when it comes to the important stuff.

    Plus, you're constantly compared to your older siblings and are expected to do just as well as them in everything :cute:
    December 3rd, 2008 at 07:02pm
  • chum

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    I'm the middle, but.
    I'm totally jealous of my younger brother(s). One hasn't even been born and I can tell thatit he's destined for being loved by my parents. My other brother just gets everything he wants. (Though, don't get me wrong, I love my brother. And I'll end up loving the one that's coming, too.)

    ...I guess it's different from everyones point of view.
    December 4th, 2008 at 08:06pm
  • Candy.Coated.Acid.

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    Yeah I'm the youngest, no fun at all. I have to do most of the chores around the house. I really don't like being the youngest, besides that they always compair me to the older brothers. It really sucks big time.

    So yeah i hate it
    December 5th, 2008 at 06:57am
  • chromatography.

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    I'm not the youngest, my brother is. He gets everything. :shifty
    December 5th, 2008 at 01:41pm
  • unholy confessions.

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    Yeah I'm the youngest, no fun at all. I have to do most of the chores around the house. I really don't like being the youngest, besides that they always compair me to the older brothers. It really sucks big time.

    So yeah i hate it
    I know how you feel :cheese:
    im always being compaired to my older sister. :grr:
    December 5th, 2008 at 07:06pm
  • Marius De Romanus

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    I love being the youngest. :weird
    I get off with so much more than my brothers ever did.

    Only bad thing, since I am the 'baby' I get left out and my say doesn't matter, even though I am sixteen.
    December 5th, 2008 at 07:56pm
  • Mrs Carpetlegs

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    Im the youngest and it'snot pretty. My mum forgets that even though Im THE baby Im not A baby, she forgets Im a fully grown woman now. Plus I didnt get awat with any more or less then my sister used to.I guess it depends on the parents
    December 6th, 2008 at 12:37pm
  • danee.

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    I'm the youngest.

    It's cool 'cause I get everything I want. And I don't get measured up to my sister because she pretty much fucked up herself in the past couple years. And there are more baby pictures and videos of me than her.

    :tehe:
    December 6th, 2008 at 07:10pm
  • dj daynjuh.

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    I love being the youngest. :con:

    I get babied.
    December 6th, 2008 at 07:41pm
  • Devil May Cry

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    I'm the youngest in my family. My sister is pure evil to me, and she and my brother have this weird drug-induced alliance.

    I do get off easier with my parents, though.

    It doesn't bother me, being the youngest.
    December 6th, 2008 at 07:54pm
  • Maddie.

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    I've always loved being the youngest. It also helps to be the only girl. :cute:
    I guess I'm a stereotypical Daddy's girl. Most of the time my brothers are there to protect me and stick up for me, but sometimes it gets really annoying, and super embarassing. It doesn't really help in the boyfriend department, either.

    Then on the other hand, sometimes my brothers get mad at me for how my parents treat me, and how I get spoiled, and they don't. Sad

    I do get most of the things I want, unless I'm being completely rediculous and random with stuff like, "Daddy, get me an airplane." (Obviously not being serious.)

    But yeah, 89% of the time, I like being the baby.
    December 7th, 2008 at 03:10am
  • chromatography.

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    morning light.:
    I love being the youngest. :con:

    I get babied.
    omgno: No offence but I hate being babied with a passion. I'm too independent. My brother laps it up though, and his say matters more than mine though. It's just weird.
    December 7th, 2008 at 10:59am
  • Marius De Romanus

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    morning light.:
    I love being the youngest. :con:

    I get babied.
    That is another good reason.
    I love that. :tehe:
    December 7th, 2008 at 01:28pm
  • Angel_xo

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    I don't know, I'm the youngest and sometimes it sucks.

    As I've grown older, I sometimes feel like they favour my brother who's the oldest. I think I'm naturally spoilt being the youngest so there could be something wrong with me
    :S
    December 7th, 2008 at 05:08pm
  • Airi.

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    I'm the youngest and it sucks.
    I get yelled at a lot for things that aren't even my fault. My older sister and I don't get along very well. I'm starting to think my mom favours my older sister. Plus my mom is always treating me like I'm a baby. It gets annoying after awhile. My mom is always comparing me to my sister.
    Being the youngest has it's advantages though, my mom spoils me at times. :con:
    December 8th, 2008 at 01:26am
  • evie may.

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    Hmm, I have to disagree :D

    I'm the youngest. My brother and parents are basically the 'adults' and I'm the baby of the family. I get left out of everything. People don't tell you important things if you're the baby.

    Plus, if you're the youngest, nothing's a big deal anymore. If you have older siblings, you will usually have less childhood photos than them because by the time you do all the funny shit, it's, "Yeah, so what else is new?" because your older siblings have done it all before. You don't always get a lot of attention when it comes to the important stuff.

    Plus, you're constantly compared to your older siblings and are expected to do just as well as them in everything :cute:
    I agree with you, especially about the being left out thing.

    In my family there is a certain loop, a circle if you will that I am not always a part of. When something happens I am usually the last to know, but my sister claims that as I am the first to hide myself away and be unsociable, I'm not around when the 'adults' talk about the important things. Disgust

    I also feel as though I'm being compared to my siblings and it irritates me so much. I'm not my sister and I am certainly not my brother. For some reason I just can't be myself, I'm either 'so much like my brother' or 'look so much like my sister'.

    Being the youngest can suck. A lot.
    December 8th, 2008 at 10:50am
  • Artistic Difference

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    Plus, if you're the youngest, nothing's a big deal anymore. If you have older siblings, you will usually have less childhood photos than them because by the time you do all the funny shit, it's, "Yeah, so what else is new?" because your older siblings have done it all before. You don't always get a lot of attention when it comes to the important stuff.

    Plus, you're constantly compared to your older siblings and are expected to do just as well as them in everything :cute:
    TOTALLY AGREE!
    I am the youngest, with one older sister. . .

    I recently finished my year 10 exams, but it wasn't that "big a deal" as it was when my sister was doing it. . . nobody has asked me if I'm nervous about the results.
    I guess they think that because I'm so much like her, then I'll get the same marks. . ..
    Also, my sisters' university results come out soon, and my 'rents are stressing out more about that than my results.

    It's just the little things, y'know?

    However, there are the good things.
    Like you learn lessons, for example I'm a better driver than my sister because I've been subconsciously learning while she's been learning to drive.
    It's a very pro/con subject. . . .
    December 9th, 2008 at 07:01am
  • Angel_xo

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    My brother got an A* for his maths gcse and I don't think he tried very hard to get it.
    I got a B and I worked really hard for it.

    I always get the feeling that I disappoint my parents more.
    December 9th, 2008 at 11:09am