I've seen so many families where, if a girl is the youngest and has several older brothers, she is fug. Anyone else notice this?
|by Shallow Hal||reply 19||06/30/2020|
|by Shallow Hal||reply 1||06/29/2020|
If a boy looks like his momma he's gay.
|by Shallow Hal||reply 2||06/29/2020|
Dammit R2, I look like my momma. And to think she blamed me for being gay!
|by Shallow Hal||reply 3||06/29/2020|
The OP sounds like a trollish piece of shit.
|by Shallow Hal||reply 4||06/29/2020|
So are middle female children. Princess Charlotte is a case in point. Baby cute but fugly features compared to.her beautiful older brother and baby-faced cutie little brother Prince Luis.
|by Shallow Hal||reply 5||06/29/2020|
The youngest brother in a family of three or more boys is usually gay.
|by Shallow Hal||reply 6||06/29/2020|
No, I've noticed no real patterns in terms of looks and birth order. I have noticed that in larger families often the oldest child is reliable, uptight and introverted . First born males tend to be a bit controlling. While the youngest is narcissistic with borderline personality disorder traits if female, but easy going and personable if male. I knew a couple families where pretty much everything revolved around the spoiled and mentally unstable youngest daughter and you could tell the other siblings resented it. Middle children vary. To be fair this is highly unscientific .
|by Shallow Hal||reply 7||06/29/2020|
R2 is right. Gay men look like their mothers and straight men look like their fathers.
|by Shallow Hal||reply 8||06/29/2020|
Do people regularly call you an asshole, OP?
|by Shallow Hal||reply 9||06/29/2020|
R6 is right; I think there have been studies about this.
|by Shallow Hal||reply 10||06/29/2020|
R8 - yes I saw that but I don't know it it is a hard and fast rule. The only thing we know is that something happens in utero which makes the brain of gay people different than of heterosexuals. Of course, uninformed loons use this to make us seem "abnormal" when that is as regular as a eye color variation determined by your DNA.
|by Shallow Hal||reply 11||06/29/2020|
I'm a female with three older brothers and two older sisters and I'm the fugliest (face like a dropped pie), but also the thinnest.
|by Shallow Hal||reply 12||06/29/2020|
The lower in the birth order the more likelihood of being gay.
|by Shallow Hal||reply 13||06/29/2020|
I've seen this with one family. They had three sons and then a daughter. The daughter and the two middle sons were unattractive. The oldest son was very good looking.
With another family with a youngest daughter and three older sons, all of them were good looking. But, the parents weren't good looking.
|by Shallow Hal||reply 14||06/29/2020|
What OP describes could be IVF daughter later in life after several boys, which is always an absolute genetic crapshoot.
|by Shallow Hal||reply 15||06/29/2020|
How about this branch of my family:
First-born son: gay
Only female: straight (but her only child, a son, is gay)
Second (and last) son: gay
|by Shallow Hal||reply 16||06/29/2020|
R13 I read about that some years ago, something to do with the mother's body fighting off anti-mullerian hormones from a male fetus, increasing in strength with each male pregnancy, hence greater likelihood of youngest in a succession of sons being gay. Don't remember the all details, but it was interesting.
|by Shallow Hal||reply 17||06/29/2020|
We have a case like this in my family, first 3 kids, boys and very good looking all of them, they have finally a girl and she was not as good looking, not ugly, but not comparable with her brothers.
|by Shallow Hal||reply 18||06/29/2020|
I have noticed that first born sons tend to bald quicker. The younger sons tend to keep their hair longer, even when they reach the age where their older brother had begun to bald.
|by Shallow Hal||reply 19||06/30/2020|