Brothers Jonathan I have an interesting relationship with my brother. Sometimes my brother and I have shall we say disagreements. These disagreements lead to physical altercations. He is 16 years old and is much bigger then me, so the fights usually go in his favor. Then, these altercations then some how lead to an agreement. We argue and fight over the most pointless things. We disagree about where we put our clothes and school supplies, what TV show to watch, what video game to play, and countless other pointless arguments. Probably, our most common disagreement would be over who has to take out the trash and even more importantly, who puts it away. Putting the trash away is more of a hassle because it usually has to be put away at night. This happens basically every Thursday, which is our garbage day. This is the typical Thursday. I start by waking up and going down stairs to get breakfast before school. A couple minutes after I get down stairs, I hear my brother slouching down the stairs slowly after just waking up. As soon as he reaches the bottom step he says, “Jonathan you’re doing the trash,” and that’s where the argument starts. “No I did it last week,” I said, “I took it in also, so you owe me,” “Mom, tell him to take out the garbage today, I have to be at school early,” stated my brother. “Mom that’s not fair,” I complained, as my face got red and hot. “Jonathan you take out the trash this morning and your brother will take it in when he gets home from cross country,” said my mom. “Wow, that’s not fair” I said just to get in the last word. This is just one example of the many arguments and fights that my brother and I get into with each other on a daily basis. Although we get into these little arguments and fights, we are still brothers and still have a great relationship with each other.