18 years ago today, my little brother was born, and he took over our position as the cutest in the family. Over the years, we’ve gotten that back, and even though he’s a pain and annoying most of the time, he is still the most loyal, funniest and smartest of us all.
- AD was born with two extra fingers, and he still has the little stumps.
- AD called the police when he was 5 because Ken and I wouldn’t give him the remote to the TV.
- When AD was younger, he was OBSESSED with cereal and toast and he’d eat that all day, EVERY day.
- AD can do complex multiplication in his head and most of the time, he’s faster than a calculator.
- When AD was younger, we’d pay him to wear our heels and break them in for us.
- AD is terrified of pigeons. Home Alone 2 literally makes him sick because of the pigeon lady.
- He is the tallest person in our family and somehow he’s still growing.
- He is a very devoted Kanye West fan, and can give you detailed rants about why he is the greatest of all time.
- AD rarely cries, but he feels very strongly about Maroon 5’s She Will Be Loved.
- At a Taylor Swift concert in 2012, AD elbowed many young girls out of the way so he could get a photo with Taylor’s mum.
- AD is very big on Snapchat streaks, and he has a friend constantly on standby to log into his account if he can’t make a streak.
- AD wants to be referred to as ‘King in the North’ when he moves to Leeds for uni in September.
- AD is tone deaf, but his art work is amaaaaaaaazing.
- AD’s name isn’t AD. In fact, he has many names that he doesn’t know, but you’re going to have to ask him for the story. It’s quite the tale.
- AD was born on a Sunday, and he was (and still is) the cutest baby I have ever seen.
- AD has achieved many things, but he’s very proud of the times that he got retweeted by Macklemore and Desiigner.
- Despite his height, AD prefers football to basketball.
- AD rarely cries, but he cried when we went to uni, just like Kenny and I will cry when he goes to university next month.
Happy 18th birthday to our original triplet; inside and out you’re better than we are.