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I don't care if you're my brother - if we go play football, I'm gonna try to crack your head open. It doesn't mean that I don't love you. It doesn't mean that I don't respect you.
I remember myself at 10 years old telling stories to my sisters and brother. This is something I did through my adolescence and even through my twenties.
My brother went on to have a long and sordid career.
Kissing Macaulay Culkin was like kissing a brother. It was really no big deal.
I play mostly guitar, and I played drums in my brother's band for a while growing up.
My brother told me I was going to be a poet. I had a good brother. He did a lot of good brotherly work.
Instead of becoming an engineer like my brother, I moved to New York to be an actor.
I was called Matt Dillon's brother my whole career basically until 'Entourage' broke me free of that and now people call me Johnny Drama instead.
My brother Paul's really kind of obsessive, and he obsesses over things.
Well, financially it's a little bit better. But it's better than than when I was a teacher. But I kind of - it's allowed me to buy a house. And I've been able to help my mother with some stuff and my brother. So, that's nice.
I was in a really crummy pop-punk band. I think we did a whole bunch of Blink-182 covers, and we were on the fringe of losers and jocks. So we invited all the cool kids to come watch us play in our bass player's brother's bedroom. And it was terrible, but everyone thought we were so cool.
My younger brother is a decorated combat veteran and was a platoon leader in Iraq.
I never really had to deal with a death in the family, let alone my brother.
I was in fashion school, my brother has a law background, and my sister-in-law had worked in production, but none of us had a proper fashion business education.
My father read 'The New York Times,' my mother did secretarial work, we had a dog, we had a garden, I had a brother.
My father owned pit bulls when I was young. He sometimes fought them. My brother and a lot of the men in my community owned pit bulls as well: sometimes they fought them for honor, never for money.
Pictures and reminders fill my office. Samuel Cochran, B. H. Hodges, my parents, my wife, my brother and sisters, my fellow Marines from a time of brutal combat in Vietnam, my five children and one stepdaughter; those who went before me, those who were young with me and grew older by my side, and those who will be here long after I am gone.
I'd only do Big Brother again if you paid me three times as much money.
Comic books and The Chronicles of Narnia. My mother used to read those to me and my twin brother growing up.
I can't imagine having a conversation about 'Celebrity Big Brother' in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
My eldest brother Atticus just won an Oscar some years ago, as he wrote the music for 'The Social Network.'
My older brother took me to Woody Allen double features when I was still teething.
I have three sisters and I've always wanted a brother, so I was really interested in that notion.
My mother worked in advertising and my father was a journalist. But they split up when I was three and I grew up in a single-parent family. My mum brought my brother and I up.
My wife's brother has a little house on a small island in the Baltic Sea, and we go there at Christmas. The 30-minute crossing from the mainland to this island is the most terrifying cruise you'll ever take. They give you a barf bag when you walk on board.
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