Just imagine if he was a full brother.
Imagine if he was my full brother he would be so tall
Foreign sick science.
Jeez, imagine if he were a full brother
Discount Dracula! (A joke submitted by one of my 3rd graders using his spelling word: discount. I have to believe since this was the only one of 10 that made actual sense, there was a dad behind this one! ;)
Does that make him my half brother?
One day my mother was out and my dad was in charge of me and my brother who is four years older than I am. I was maybe 1 and a half years old and had just recovered from an accident in which my arm had been broken among other injuries.
Someone had given me a little 'tea set' as a get-well gift and it was one of my favorite toys. Daddy was in the living room engrossed in the evening news and my brother was playing nearby in the living room when I brought Daddy a little cup of 'tea', which was just water. After several cups of tea and lots of praise for such yummy tea, my Mom came home. My Dad made her wait in the living room to watch me bring him a cup of tea, because it was 'just the cutest thing!!' My Mom waited, and sure enough, here I come down the hall with a cup of tea for Daddy and she watches him drink it up, then says, 'Did it ever occur to you that the only place that baby can reach to get water is the toilet??'
At home, my brother and I play Xbox on a tv that's held within a cabinet which we open the doors to display the tv.
We were playing FIFA Fottball/Soccer the other day and my dad walked in, and in order to get by he had to close one of the doors. Then as he was leaving, he forgot to open it again, a so we could only see half of the tv.
We asked him to open the door, and instead of opening it, he kept walking and said, I guess it's half time.
I think they're half brothers.
There once was a man who had a job driving a passenger train between two large towns. It could be a very dull job to some, but as the old saying goes, one man's trash is another's gold; he wanted to be a railroad man since he was a boy.
He was a wiz behind the controls of the train, and commanded the 15 car vehicle effortlessly as if he had been born to do the job. He prided himself on the fact that he could bend the rules and speed through curves and grades that made other motormen shiver and back off.
One day however, he wasn't so lucky and came round a bend too fast and derailed his train. He backed off the throttle and braked as much as he could, managing to only have one fatality out of 500 passengers on his train.
Months later there was a trial and he was found guilty of manslaughter in the highest degree, a capital offence in that land, and sentenced to die by electric chair. Punishment came swift, unlike most places, and 3 days after sentencing the former railroader was ask... keep reading on reddit ➡
My brother was late home yesterday, and he lied about why he was late. My mother found out the real reason he was late from his friend.
Apparantly, he'd gone on the bus with his girlfriend Lindsay May to her house.
When my mother was retelling this story just now, my uncle, who is a dad, just said "I guess he was hoping Lindsay Will."
My brother inhaled half his coke.
My parents are heading up to NY on vacation together. We have a group text that has my parents, my wife and I, my brother and his fiancee, and my sister. All day, half the family has been traveling for either work of vacation, so there have been a lot of texts about when people have boarded their flights or landed at their layovers of destinations. After 2 hours without any texts, here are the latest two texts we all got:
Mom: We got to NY!
Dad: Glad to hear it!
(remember, they're traveling together. Oy)
Because his two half-assed brothers were coming over.
I texted my brother this morning about a story one of my co-workers was telling, Brother: Cool. I'm super busy today. Will be running around philly. Me: You should probably use your truck instead of running. It's been an hour and a half and he still hasn't responded. I'm feeling quite proud of myself for that one!
My brother bought a half baked pizza to bring home. When he told us, my dad's response was, "Which half is baked?"
Whenever my dad brings me and my brother and sister and our friends out for a meal, he always mentions "these 3 get whatever they want but that guy? He's not mine so, if you have maybe a half eaten plate or some meat you dropped on the ground, just bring it to him" Every time.
Dad: So what'd you do at your cousin's house?
Brother: Umm, we just played video games. Oh, and for lunch I ate half a taco.
Dad: So you ate a ta?
Brother: sighs Yeah, I ate a ta then.
Me: I think [brother] needs to get away from electronics a little bit more.
Dad: He doesn't want to leave electronics. He's building an electronic girlfriend... She's a little short wired though.
[ome and a half second pause]
We both burst out laughing 
My brother graduated about 4 or 5 years ago now. When he did he phoned my mum to give her the verdict on his grades. I was asleep at the time and she yelled up the stairs to me to tell me the good news.
> Mum: hey! Tom's graduated with a 2:2!
> Me (half asleep): When did he take up ballet?
It took me a while to figure out why my mum was laughing so hard.
Dad: you know how Richard (my brother) is going to do a marathon in Kenya soon?
Me: yeah why?
Dad: I'm going to do a half marathon tommorow and ill finish it faster than him.
Me: no you won't, you smoke and you're unfit.
Dad: it'll be okay. I think they're called snickers now though.