6 Key Differences Between The Oldest And Youngest Child
15 April 2016, 17:10 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09
As told through Bob's Burgers.
Look, we all love our siblings. But there are some things they get to do differently to us, and that just ain't fair. Not fair at all.
Let's take a closer look shall we?
1) School Clothes
Oldest Child: Fresh new threads to wow all your friends.
Youngest Child: Are these only third hand? Cos they look like they've been through at least 18 people. Oh, and they are at least 3 sizes too big.
2) Dinner Time
Oldest Child: Served first, takes however much you want.
Youngest Child: Fighting for the last chicken drumstick.
3) Going Out
Oldest Child: Reasonable curfew, relatively little suspicion from the parent (until you come home at 4am and ruin it).
Youngest Child: Back in the house by 7pm, in bed by 9pm or you're grounded.
4) Music and TV shows
Youngest Child: Hey, I just heard of this great new band...
Oldest Child: Ugh, that band? I'm so over them.
5) Relationship with the parents
Oldest Child: You know you're the favourite.
Youngest Child: You know you're the favourite.
Oldest Child: Not a scratch on you.
Youngest Child: You're basically just one giant bruise at this point.