Mi hermano Kent es año y medio mayor que yo. Tenemos el mismo sentido del humor, así que nos divertíamos mucho cuando éramos niños, ¡pero él también me molestaba! De pronto se escondía de mí, brincaba hacia donde yo estaba y me asustaba. En mis recuerdos, eso pasaba todos los días, varias veces (aunque probablemente no era del todo así), y cada vez, yo lloraba y salía huyendo. Y continúa: "Esta noche vimos El Exorcista y me estoy cagando del miedo.
Meu irmão Kent tem um ano e meio mais que eu. Temos o mesmo senso de humor, então demos muita risada juntos quando éramos pequenos, mas ele também gostava de me torturar! Ele se escondia de mim, depois reaparecia de repente e me pregava um susto enorme. Pelo que eu me lembro, ele aprontava comigo todos os dias, várias vezes por dia (provavelmente não era tanto assim na realidade), e a cada vez eu começava a chorar e saía correndo.
My brother Kent is a year and a half older than I am. We have the same sense of humor, so there were a lot of laughs when we were little, but he also tortured me! He would hide on me, jump out and scare me. In my recollection, it was every day, multiple times a day (it probably wasn't), and every single time, I would burst into tears, and run off crying. In those days, you had one TV and you would wait for your show to come on each week. I would be on the couch, because "Man from U.N.C.L.E."
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