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'Brothers and Bullies' pg. 3 by Nevuela 'Brothers and Bullies' pg. 3 by Nevuela
Bob is 18 here. I wanted to make him 9 years older than Cecil because that's how much older I am than my little brother. ^__^

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Gosalyn2007 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012   Traditional Artist
Poor Cecil!
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Nevuela Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012
:hug:
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PrincessKatLissa Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sexy Bob looks sexy. XD
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Nevuela Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2011
Indeeeeeeeed. :D
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jossujb Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Aww <3 I've always thought that age difference is bigger that year or two too. I was thinking about 6-7 years, but 9 works out just as well.
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Nevuela Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2011
I read somewhere that their age difference is actually supposed to be 16 years. I felt that was way too much, and for me 9 years was perfectly relatable.
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jossujb Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh, that's quite a lot, if the difference is that much it's rather hard to have brotherly relationship. But I dunno, me and my sister have only year gap, so I cannot really relate.
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Nevuela Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2011
My brother and I got along great while he was growing up. We played and spent a lot of time together. I think it helped that I've never been able to relate to my own peers. I've always gotten along best with people either several years younger or several years older than me. It's like I've always had the maturity of older adults as well as the immaturity of children. :D
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ShioriSohma Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
My sister is about ten years older then me and we had a good relationship too before she moved from Maine (she moved there some time after she dropped out of college) to Colorado. She always babysat me, once made me my fav kind of eggs when I was sick (my folks wouldn't make it for me so I asked her after they left), was there for me when I briefly fell into a depression at age five and when she came to visit for my first Communion, she gave me a trunk full of BK's (she was working there at that time) Disney Pocahontas toys. Thanks to her, I was able to get all but the dog. She made one visit after she had moved to Colorado and I had some fun with her when I got to visit her some time after that but some years after she got married and had a son and me and my folks got to go out to be with her and her family for Christmas a few years back I came to realize that we basically fell apart. She still cares about me and I still care about her but that big connection we had when we were younger was no longer there. Great job on the comic btw. Keep up the good work.
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Nevuela Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2012
Awwww! That's so great that you had a sister like that and all the fond memories too! Spending time apart physically does tend to pull people apart emotionally as well. That has happened to me several times. :(

Not to mention friends I grew up with went on to have families of their own (I never did and never want to, but that's just me) and it's like as soon as someone has a kid, they're just not the same exact person anymore. They act like they're not allowed to BE a kid just because they HAVE one. It is sad. People change too much when they grow up. The friends that I remain the closest to are the ones I met in adulthood.
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