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  Kyuzomi  |  12

My sister did that to me once. I ended getting in trouble with my parents because I couldn't pick her up and the friends parents called cops on me for a creeper. T^T KIDS!!!

  jnanderson  |  16

As the second oldest of 6, I can confirm that not all families look alike. All my sisters are the spitting image of each other, but my 2 brothers and I all look totally different from each other and our sisters. Assuming OP's brother isn't a half/step brother, the chances of them looking alike enough for another mother to recognize him/her as a trusted sibling is slim

  DocBastard  |  38

Rainhawk - No, there is most certainly NOT always a resemblance. Sharing 25% of your genes does not guarantee that you will look anything like your siblings. Many siblings look nothing alike.

  mansen  |  15


Fullblood siblings can look nothing alike. My friends used to think my older brother was my boyfriend when he came home to visit (8yrs older than me), which was just...horrifyingly creepy to me. My older sister used to be able to get away with telling her friends that I was adopted, simply because we didn't look alike. Genetics is funny in how they mix to create each individual from the same parents.

  CubanBitchh  |  10

I have two half brothers, one on my mom's side and one on my dad's, and I look nothing like either. Plus, my friend and her brother have the same biological parents. My friend is the spitting image of her ginger father, and her brother looks exactly like his brunette mother. They look nothing alike.


My best friend has a brother only a year younger than her. She has brown hair, he's blonde. She has pale skin and freckles, and he's tan. The only thing they share is the same eye colour. People think her brother and I are siblings. Not all siblings look the same, making it easier for OP's sibling to get away with it.

  cre8tvlylicnsd  |  14

Agreed. I would have left his ass and made him find his own way home.
Oh... And just in case he goes crying to mom and dad--tell them first. Usually the person who tells first is found in favor of.


What you gotta do is leave him there, then tell him have fun getting home and drive off. If his friend's parents drive him home, answer the door, tell them you don't know him and slam the door on his face.

  Welshite  |  39

Noor will just have to use different phrases to lure in the older fellows.

Come now, Doc. Even I know you'd be dashing after that Camry if it had "free prostate exam" painted on its side.

  perdix  |  29

#39, really, free? No co-pay? I hear those can be quite pleasurable. I'm still looking for a hot lady urologist with nine long fingernails.

  blackonblight  |  32

Yeah, I'm guessing there's not a lot that could be done, but one would think the parents would know the name of the person who is picking up their child's friend, even if they've never met the parents.

Granted, when I was a kid parents had to meet before I would have been allowed to go to the house, so.