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19th Feb '17 9:08:35 AM Outis
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* A regular character in ''[[Series/HarryEnfieldAndChums Harry Enfield's Television Programme]]'' was Little Brother, a.k.a. Kevin, a hyperactive attention-seeking pre-teen who was constantly irritating and getting under the feet of his older brother and parents. In the first episode of the re-titled ''Harry Enfield And Chums'', at midnight on his thirteenth birthday, he abruptly transformed into his much worse (and much better-remembered) incarnation: Kevin the Teenager.
23rd Jan '17 12:49:08 PM Morgenthaler
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* The three youngest Bennet sisters in ''PrideAndPrejudice''. Mary is a KnowNothingKnowItAll, Kitty is an easily led [[TheDitz ditz]], and Lydia, the youngest and most annoying of all, is a shallow, air-headed brat with no manners and no concern for anyone else. (Doesn't help that she's her mother's favorite and gets away with a lot.)

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* The three youngest Bennet sisters in ''PrideAndPrejudice''.''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice''. Mary is a KnowNothingKnowItAll, Kitty is an easily led [[TheDitz ditz]], and Lydia, the youngest and most annoying of all, is a shallow, air-headed brat with no manners and no concern for anyone else. (Doesn't help that she's her mother's favorite and gets away with a lot.)
30th Dec '16 9:36:37 AM ILikeRobots
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** ''Hetalia'' also gives us [[{{Yandere}} Belarus]], [[PsychopathicManchild Russia's]] younger sister, who [[StalkerWithACrush obsessively stalks him]] in an attempt to [[BrotherSisterIncest get him to marry her]],[[note]] To which Russia wants [[AbhorrentAdmirer absolutely no part of]][[/note]] and can be quite AxCrazy about it. Notably, [[LoveFreak America]] also views this way [[AllThereInTheManual according to notes]], as he had to take care of her for a time.

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** ''Hetalia'' also gives us [[{{Yandere}} Belarus]], [[PsychopathicManchild Russia's]] younger sister, who [[StalkerWithACrush obsessively stalks him]] in an attempt to [[BrotherSisterIncest get him to marry her]],[[note]] To which Russia wants [[AbhorrentAdmirer absolutely no part of]][[/note]] and can be quite AxCrazy about it. Notably, [[LoveFreak America]] also views her this way [[AllThereInTheManual according to notes]], as he had to take care of her for a time.
30th Dec '16 9:36:18 AM ILikeRobots
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* ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia''
** South Korea and Sealand respectively annoying China/Japan and England. In Korea's case, he seems to genuinely love his older brothers. [[BrotherSisterIncest A bit too genuinely]].
** ''Hetalia'' also gives us Belarus, though she's more of an AxeCrazy Younger Sibling.

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* ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia''
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** South Korea and Sealand [[CheerfulChild Sealand]] respectively annoying China/Japan and England. In Korea's case, he seems to genuinely love his older brothers. [[BrotherSisterIncest A bit too genuinely]].
genuinely]]. As for Sealand, he turns into a BrattyHalfPint around England; he constantly refers to him as "jerk England," and goes out of his way to boast that one day he's going to to be an empire greater than England ever was.
** ''Hetalia'' also gives us Belarus, [[{{Yandere}} Belarus]], [[PsychopathicManchild Russia's]] younger sister, who [[StalkerWithACrush obsessively stalks him]] in an attempt to [[BrotherSisterIncest get him to marry her]],[[note]] To which Russia wants [[AbhorrentAdmirer absolutely no part of]][[/note]] and can be quite AxCrazy about it. Notably, [[LoveFreak America]] also views this way [[AllThereInTheManual according to notes]], as he had to take care of her for a time.
** [[{{Tsundere}} South Italy (also known as Italy Romano)]] views his younger brother, the LovableCoward and [[TheDitz ditz]] North Italy, this way,
though she's more Romano also has an inferiority complex aimed toward his brother, and is a grumpy PerpetualFrowner.
** [[{{Trickster}} Hong Kong]] and [[BrattyTeenageDaughter Taiwan]] love annoying their older brother and BigBrotherMentor [[ImmortalImmaturity China]]. They constantly mock him, calling him "old," and make fun
of an AxeCrazy Younger Sibling.his [[OneOfTheKids attempts at being "young, hip, and cool."]] Hong Kong also loves annoying England, whom he used to live with for a time, according to one of his profiles.
16th Dec '16 3:58:49 AM gb00393
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** According to his 'confession' before the court at the Vale of Arryn, Tyrion Lannister was this in his younger days.

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** According to his 'confession' before the court at the Vale of Arryn, Tyrion Lannister was this in his younger days. He stole clothes, put goat shit in his uncle's boots and milked his eel into a pot of stew.
11th Dec '16 7:39:41 AM LadyNorbert
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** Jackson from ''Series/HannahMontana'' functions as an Annoying Younger Sibling; although technically he's older than Miley, much is made of him looking and acting younger.



** Jackson from ''Series/HannahMontana'' functions as an Annoying Younger Sibling; although technically he's older than Miley, much is made of him looking and acting younger.



* It sort of is and isn't subverted in ''Series/MyParentsAreAliens''. Lucy due to her cleverness and, in particular Josh with his mischievous behaviour, fit the trope quite well for Mel (just as she, with her aggressive and sarcastic attitude, sort of does for them), but there is also Brian, since, despite being their foster-father is able to morph into any one of the siblings at will (though usually only when asked) and can cause "annoying" problems in that sense. Also, since he and Sophie are not from planet Earth, the role of an adult using experience to explain things to a clueless child is generally reversed from the parents to the children throughout.

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* It sort of is and isn't subverted in ''Series/MyParentsAreAliens''. Lucy due to her cleverness and, in particular particular, Josh with his mischievous behaviour, fit the trope quite well for Mel (just as she, with her aggressive and sarcastic attitude, sort of does for them), but them). But there is also Brian, since, despite being Brian; although he's their foster-father is foster father, he's able to morph into any one of the siblings at will (though usually only does it when asked) and can cause "annoying" problems in that sense. Also, since he and Sophie are not from planet Earth, the role of an adult using experience to explain things to a clueless child is generally reversed from the parents to the children throughout.



* ''Series/ClarissaExplainsItAll'' has Ferguson, with whom Clarissa has such an antagonistic relationship that they have pictures of one another on their bedroom doors - with "no" symbols superimposed on top.



* ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'': Lucy and her little brother, Linus, regarded each other as annoyances. For Lucy, it was because Linus always embarrassed her by dragging his security blanket everywhere and constantly sucking his thumb. Whereas [[BigBrotherBully he saw her as a bully]], who either threatened to beat him up, or tried to take his blanket away (depending on her mood).

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* ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'': Lucy and her little brother, Linus, regarded regard each other as annoyances. For Lucy, it was it's because Linus always embarrassed embarrasses her by dragging his security blanket everywhere and constantly sucking his thumb. Whereas By comparison, [[BigBrotherBully he saw sees her as a bully]], who either threatened threatens to beat him up, up or tried tries to take his blanket away (depending on her mood).



* Creator/BillCosby has a routine called "My Brother Russell," revolving around a terrible night trying to sleep in the same bed as his youngest sibling. Cosby actually had several of these, including one where Russel would tell his parents Bill had set him on fire.

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* Creator/BillCosby has a routine called "My Brother Russell," revolving around a terrible night trying to sleep in the same bed as his youngest sibling. Cosby actually had several of these, including one where Russel Russell would tell his parents Bill had set him on fire.



* ''Series/ClarissaExplainsItAll'' has Ferguson, with whom Clarissa has such an antagonistic relationship that they have pictures of one another on their bedroom doors - with "no" symbols superimposed on top.



* Inverted in ''VideoGame/ManaKhemia2FallOfAlchemy'' with {{Cloudcuckoolander}} Et being the source of irritation for her closer to Earth younger brother Enna.

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* Inverted in ''VideoGame/ManaKhemia2FallOfAlchemy'' with {{Cloudcuckoolander}} Et being the source of irritation for her closer to Earth CloserToEarth younger brother Enna.



* Blanc from ''{{VideoGame/Neptunia}}'' has to deal with two annoying younger siblings; Ram and Rom. Ram is an extrovert, mischievous little brat, Rom is a timid and shy girl, but she helps Ram pulling her pranks on Blanc.

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* Blanc from ''{{VideoGame/Neptunia}}'' has to deal with two annoying younger siblings; siblings, Ram and Rom. Ram is an extrovert, extroverted, mischievous little brat, brat; Rom is a timid and shy girl, but she helps Ram pulling pull her pranks on Blanc.


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* Seen in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' in the Dwarf Noble origin. The {{player character}}'s younger brother Bhelen isn't just annoying, he's ''murderous'' - but until that happens, he merely comes across as this trope. Their older brother, Trian, treats the player character as being this (out of jealousy); it's up to the player whether or not it's justified. The other two origins which give the player character older siblings (Dwarf Commoner and Human Noble) both avert the trope, as their older siblings care for them greatly no matter how the player chooses to have the character behave.
* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'' gives the protagonist Hawke a pair of younger twin siblings, Carver and Bethany. Only one survives the prologue. If it's Bethany, the game largely averts the trope; Carver plays it straight, as he acts out due to feeling like he's stuck in his older sibling's shadow.
* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'' reveals that former Templar Cullen was sometimes this in his younger days for his big sister Mia (though he stresses that she was every bit as annoying right back). Now in adulthood, the main thing he does that annoys her is to not write as often as she feels he should.
11th Dec '16 7:24:21 AM LadyNorbert
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* FanFic/AGrowingAffection: Hanabi becomes this to Hinata after the former's falling out with Naruto. Kakashi also describes Naruto as this.

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* FanFic/AGrowingAffection: ''FanFic/AGrowingAffection'': Hanabi becomes this to Hinata after the former's falling out with Naruto. Kakashi also describes Naruto as this.



* In ''WesternAnimation/SongOfTheSea'', Ben associates his little sister Saoirse coming with [[DeathByChildbirth his mother leaving]], which causes his negative attitude towards her. Her birthday is on the anniversary of her death literally overnight, his mother disappears and in her place is a little sister. He then deals with his grief by bottling it up and taking it out on Saoirse.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/SongOfTheSea'', Ben associates his little sister Saoirse coming with [[DeathByChildbirth his mother leaving]], which causes his negative attitude towards her. Her birthday is on the anniversary of her their mother's death literally overnight, his mother disappears and in her place is a little sister. He then deals with his grief by bottling it up and taking it out on Saoirse.Saoirse.
* ''Disney/{{Brave}}'' gives Princess Merida ''three'' of these - the triplets Harris, Hubert, and Hamish. They're constantly creating mischief. However, when their big sister needs them, they do step up to the plate.



** ''Film/XMenFirstClass'': Raven is jealous of Amy, a woman her foster brother Charles is flirting with, so she activates her shape-shifting skill to pretend to have heterochromia. Raven knows that Charles is terrified at the prospect of his younger sister being outed as a superpowered mutant, so it forces him to abruptly end his conversation with Amy. As the siblings are walking away from the pub, Charles is exasperated at Raven for ruining his potential date.

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** ''Film/XMenFirstClass'': Raven is jealous of Amy, a woman with whom her foster brother Charles is flirting with, flirting, so she activates her shape-shifting skill to pretend to have heterochromia. Raven knows that Charles is terrified at the prospect of his younger sister being outed as a superpowered mutant, so it forces him to abruptly end his conversation with Amy. As the siblings are walking away from the pub, Charles is exasperated at Raven for ruining his potential date.



** ''All seven'' out of Mallory's siblings qualify. All of them, except maybe Vanessa, but she has her moments too.

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** ''All seven'' out of Mallory's siblings qualify. All qualify, at least once in a while. The triplets are arguably the most guilty of them, except maybe Vanessa, the trope, but she even Vanessa - easily the least annoying - has her moments too.



* ''Literature/HenryHuggins''

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* ''Literature/HenryHuggins''''Literature/HenryHuggins'' introduces Ramona, the annoying little sister of Henry's pal Beezus. Beezus often has to watch Ramona while hanging out with Henry, causing her to be this trope not only to Beezus herself but also to Henry (who is an only child).



* Tiffany Aching's younger brother, Wentworth in ''Discworld/TheWeeFreeMen'' by Terry Pratchett. He gets better as he grows older, though.

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* Tiffany Aching's younger brother, Wentworth Wentworth, in ''Discworld/TheWeeFreeMen'' by Terry Pratchett. He gets better as he grows older, though.



** Several Greek gods act like this. Most notably Artemis; although she can't really say her "Annoying brother" is younger; since Apollo is her twin.[[note]]certain versions of the original myth indicate she is older -- by all of a few minutes, since after she was born she immediately helped with Apollo's delivery![[/note]]

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** Several Greek gods act like this. Most notably Artemis; notably, Apollo is this to Artemis, although she can't really say call him her "Annoying brother" is younger; annoying ''younger'' brother, since Apollo is her twin.[[note]]certain they're twins .[[note]]Certain versions of the original myth indicate she is older -- by all of a few minutes, since after she was born she immediately helped with Apollo's delivery![[/note]]



* ''Literature/GalaxyOfFear'''s protagonists are a thirteen-year-old girl and her twelve year old brother. Mostly they get along well, but when Tash is approaching fourteen and trying to be grown up she finds Zak amazingly annoying.

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* ''Literature/GalaxyOfFear'''s protagonists are a thirteen-year-old girl and her twelve year old twelve-year-old brother. Mostly they get along well, but when Tash is approaching fourteen and trying to be grown up up, she finds Zak amazingly annoying.



* Poor Anastasia in "Literature/PrinceCharming" -- she has to put up with her spoiled younger brother, Prince Dmitriv. He expects her to rescue him from all the simpering young ladies he has caused to fall in love with him. And then he expects her help when ''he'' falls in love.

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* Poor Anastasia in "Literature/PrinceCharming" -- she ''Literature/PrinceCharming'' has to put up with her spoiled younger brother, Prince Dmitriv. He expects her to rescue him from all the simpering young ladies he has caused to fall in love with him. And then he expects her help when ''he'' falls in love.



* ''Series/ImTelling'', a kiddie variant of ''Series/TheNewlywedGame'' that aired on [=NBC=]'s Saturday morning schedule in 1987-1988; this show ''lived'' on pairing older and children and their annoying younger siblings, with many of the questions stylized to play upon this trope (not to mention begin arguments). Bob Eubanks-wannabe Laurie Faso (yep, [[GenderBlenderName he was a "he"]]) was the host of this pale clone of the real thing, audiences agreed and it didn't last past one season. The child contestants (all ages 8-16, and stereotypical even by late-1980s standards) HAD to be embarassed when it showed up in reruns on the Family Channel from 1994-1996.
* ''Series/LittleHouseOnThePrairie''
** Carrie Ingalls, the third daughter of Charles and Caroline Ingalls, and in many episodes a thorn in the sides of ''both'' Mary and Laura. Even though Carrie didn't get the spotlight very often, there were two specific episodes where the spotlight ''shined'' on her:

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* ''Series/ImTelling'', a kiddie variant of ''Series/TheNewlywedGame'' that aired on [=NBC=]'s Saturday morning schedule in 1987-1988; this show ''lived'' on pairing older and children and their annoying younger siblings, with many of the questions stylized to play upon this trope (not to mention begin arguments). Bob Eubanks-wannabe Laurie Faso (yep, [[GenderBlenderName he was a "he"]]) was the host of this pale clone of the real thing, audiences agreed thing. Audiences didn't care for it and it didn't last survive past one season. The child contestants (all ages 8-16, and stereotypical even by late-1980s standards) HAD ''had'' to be embarassed embarrassed when it showed up in reruns on the Family Channel from 1994-1996.
* ''Series/LittleHouseOnThePrairie''
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''Series/LittleHouseOnThePrairie'' has Carrie Ingalls, the third daughter of Charles and Caroline Ingalls, and in many episodes a thorn in the sides of ''both'' Mary and Laura. Laura.[[note]]This was partly due to her being a CompositeCharacter; there were actually four Ingalls daughters, as seen in the books, but youngest sister Grace never appeared on the show and was sort of pushed into being part of Carrie's personality.[[/note]] Even though Carrie didn't get the spotlight very often, there were two specific episodes where the spotlight ''shined'' on her:



** "The Teeter-Totter Caper," at the end of 1971, when Bobby and Cindy -- already having not been invited to their Aunt Gertrude's wedding -- want to help their older siblings but are told to stay out of the way. (The older siblings telling Bobby and Cindy to go away, they're being annoying isn't seen on camera, but it is referenced by the downbeat pair of youngest siblings.) Mike tells the two that perhaps there are times where their help isn't necessarily needed or wanted and they should find something to do, leading to the main plot of the youngest Brady siblings setting out to prove they aren't annoying younger siblings ... by setting out to break a world teeter-tottering record.
** "The Big Bet," a 1972 episode where Bobby annoys Greg at every turn. To get him to go away, Greg says in jest that he could do twice as many pull ups as Bobby, not counting on Bobby demanding that he put up or shut up; Bobby eventually backs Greg into a corner by demanding a bet the loser does whatever the winner says. When Greg loses, Bobby decides to tag along on Greg's big date with Rachel. In addition to acting as a cock block, Bobby annoys Greg (and Rachel) at every turn by making stupid demands and comments at a drive-in movie. One of those demands includes putting up the top of the convertible ("It might rain," declares Bobby) ... and the annoying tyke tearing a hole in the roof when he forgets to put an umbrella away.
** "Law and Disorder" -- Bobby is named Safety Monitor at school, a position which entrusts students with good behavior records in helping enforce school rules (in essence, the students police themselves). The trope comes into play when he tries to carry over his authority to home, where he spies on his siblings and tells them he plans to tell Mom and Dad. (For instance, he sees Greg come home late for a date, refusing to even let him explain that Greg had waited at home with his date until her parents arrived home; or Alice -- a non-sibling, but still -- setting out aerosol cans with the rest of the garbage, not even letting her explain that the waste collecter had a new policy on how trash should be sorted.) Mike and Carol eventually find out and counsel Bobby, telling him in no uncertain terms that he had better knock off his behavior.

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** "The Teeter-Totter Caper," at the end of 1971, when Bobby and Cindy -- already having not been invited to their Aunt Gertrude's wedding -- want to help their older siblings but are told to stay out of the way. (The older siblings telling Bobby and Cindy to go away, away because they're being annoying isn't seen on camera, but it is referenced by the downbeat pair of youngest siblings.) Mike tells the two that perhaps there are times where their help isn't necessarily needed or wanted and they should find something to do, leading to the main plot of the youngest Brady siblings setting out to prove they aren't ''aren't'' annoying younger siblings ... siblings... by setting out to break a world teeter-tottering teeter-totter record.
** "The Big Bet," a 1972 episode where Bobby annoys Greg at every turn. To get him to go away, Greg says in jest that he could do twice as many pull ups as Bobby, not counting on Bobby demanding that he put up or shut up; up. Bobby eventually backs Greg into a corner by demanding a bet the loser does whatever the winner says. When Greg loses, Bobby decides to tag along on Greg's big date with Rachel. In addition to acting as a cock block, Bobby annoys Greg (and Rachel) at every turn by making stupid demands and comments at a drive-in movie. One of those demands includes putting up the top of the convertible ("It might rain," declares Bobby) ... and the annoying tyke tearing a hole in the roof when he forgets to put an umbrella away.
** "Law and Disorder" -- Bobby is named Safety Monitor at school, a position which entrusts students with good behavior records in helping enforce school rules (in essence, the students police themselves). The trope comes into play when he tries to carry over his authority to home, where he spies on his siblings and tells them he plans to tell Mom and Dad. (For instance, he sees Greg come home late for from a date, refusing to even let him explain that Greg had waited at home with his date at her home until her parents arrived home; returned; or Alice -- a non-sibling, but still -- setting out aerosol cans with the rest of the garbage, not even letting her explain that the waste collecter collector had a new policy on how trash should be sorted.) Mike and Carol eventually find out and counsel Bobby, telling him in no uncertain terms that he had better knock off his behavior.



** "Never Too Young," where Cindy (again!) is the annoying pest. This time, having (unknown to Bobby) witnessed a classmate named Millicent (Melissa Sue Anderson, in an early TV role) kiss Bobby on the cheek for defending her at school. Cindy annoys her siblings by singing, "I've got a secret! I've got a secret!"

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** "Never Too Young," where Cindy (again!) is the annoying pest. This time, having (unknown (unbeknownst to Bobby) witnessed a classmate named Millicent (Melissa Sue Anderson, in an early TV role) kiss Bobby on the cheek for defending her at school. school, Cindy annoys her siblings by singing, "I've got a secret! I've got a secret!"



* Creator/DisneyChannel loves this trope, that almost all of its live action shows would at least have one. Examples:

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* Creator/DisneyChannel loves this trope, so much so that almost all of its live action shows would have at least have one. Examples:



** Vlad fits the trope for Ingrid, just as she, though older, covers the "annoying" bit for him: he doesn't want to be a vampire but is still favoured by his father and she ''does'' want to be one but is ignored. Olga, although she is a cousin rather than a sibling of theirs, likewise fits the trope for Ingrid because of her competitive streak.
** Vlad's friend Robin Branaugh, due to his semi-gothic persona and obsession with vampires is something of an annoyance to his elder siblings Ian and Paul (and vice versa) and although his sister Chloe is younger, her brothers tend to fit this trope for her since she is generally more mature and academically bright.
* Bud Bundy on Series/MarriedWithChildren.

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** Vlad fits the trope for Ingrid, just as she, though older, covers the "annoying" bit for him: he doesn't want to be a vampire but is still favoured by his father father, and she ''does'' want to be one but is ignored. Olga, although she is a cousin rather than a sibling of theirs, likewise fits the trope for Ingrid because of her competitive streak.
** Vlad's friend Robin Branaugh, due to his semi-gothic semi-Gothic persona and obsession with vampires vampires, is something of an annoyance to his elder siblings Ian and Paul (and vice versa) and versa); although his sister Chloe is younger, her brothers tend to fit this trope for her her, since she is generally more mature and academically bright.
* Bud Bundy on Series/MarriedWithChildren.''Series/MarriedWithChildren''.



** Arya Stark threw food at Sansa at a feast, filled her mattress with sheep dung and constantly embarassed her by acting 'unladylike.'

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** Arya Stark threw food at Sansa at a feast, filled her mattress with sheep dung dung, and constantly embarassed embarrassed her by acting 'unladylike.'



* Played with in ''Series/NickyRickyDickyAndDawn''. Dawn, who is the oldest (by four seconds as she bragged) finds her brothers annoying at times.

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* Played with in ''Series/NickyRickyDickyAndDawn''. Dawn, who is the oldest (by four seconds as she bragged) brags) finds her brothers annoying at times.



* Series/MaxAndShred: Not as bad as on other shows, but Alvin can be annoying ti Abby. He especially was on her ninth birthday.

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* Series/MaxAndShred: ''Series/MaxAndShred'': Not as bad as on other shows, but Alvin can be annoying ti to Abby. He especially was on her ninth birthday.



* ''Series/ClarissaExplainsItAll'' has Ferguson, with whom Clarissa has such an antagonistic relationship that they have pictures of one another on their bedroom doors - with "no" symbols superimposed on top.



* ''[[VideoGame/SoulCalibur Soul Calibur III]]'': Though they aren't related, [[{{Tomboy}} Seong]] [[SexyMentor Mina]] regards her student, [[HotBlooded Yun]] [[IdiotHero Seong]], as a younger sibling. But he's pigheaded and won't listen to reason, despite her warnings concerning [[ArtifactOfDoom Soul Edge.]] So she takes upon herself to [[ToughLove knock some sense into him]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MzaVxopQEw drag him back to her father's dojo.]]

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* ''[[VideoGame/SoulCalibur Soul Calibur III]]'': ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur III'': Though they aren't related, [[{{Tomboy}} Seong]] [[SexyMentor Mina]] regards her student, [[HotBlooded Yun]] [[IdiotHero Seong]], as a younger sibling. But he's pigheaded and won't listen to reason, despite her warnings concerning [[ArtifactOfDoom Soul Edge.]] So she takes upon herself to [[ToughLove knock some sense into him]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MzaVxopQEw drag him back to her father's dojo.]]



** Also Sandi's two younger brothers, and Brittany's younger brother (whose brattiness Brittany outright relies on in a first season episode in order to sabotage Daria and Kevin's school project).

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** Also Sandi's two younger brothers, and Brittany's younger brother (whose (on whose brattiness Brittany outright relies on in a first season episode in order to sabotage Daria and Kevin's school project).



* In ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', Phineas (and to a lesser extend, Ferb) were originally meant to be this to Candace. You can see remnants of this in the first episode, where Phineas is a lot snarkier and goes out of his way to antagonize his sister. But CharacterisationMarchesOn, and now they're much more likely to want to help Candace out than annoy her.
* T.J. (The series protagonist) can be this way towards his older sister, Becky, in ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}''.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', Phineas (and to a lesser extend, extent, Ferb) were had originally meant been intended to be this to Candace. You can see remnants of this in the first episode, where Phineas is a lot snarkier and goes out of his way to antagonize his sister. But CharacterisationMarchesOn, and now they're much more likely to want to help Candace out than annoy her.
* T.J. (The (the series protagonist) can be this way towards to his older sister, Becky, in ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}''.



** And Napoleon himself treated his younger siblings (especially the youngest, Caroline and Jérôme) as this, even more so when they convinced themselves that they had as much of a right as him to actually rule the puppet kingdoms he gave them. Given that Louis was a [[IllGirl rheumatic, paranoid mess]], Caroline was [[AmbitionIsEvil ambitious and manipulative]], and Jérôme earned the nickname "König Lustig" because he preferred to spend public funds and have numerous affairs, this was perhaps not entirely unjustified.

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** And Napoleon himself treated his younger siblings (especially the youngest, Caroline and Jérôme) as this, even more so when they convinced themselves that they had as much of a right as him to actually rule the puppet kingdoms he gave them. Given that Louis was a [[IllGirl rheumatic, paranoid mess]], Caroline was [[AmbitionIsEvil ambitious and manipulative]], and Jérôme earned the nickname "König Lustig" because he preferred to spend public funds and have numerous affairs, this his annoyance was perhaps not entirely unjustified.



* Angelina Galgani, younger sister of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gemma_Galgani Saint Gemma Galgani]]. In her memoirs, Gemma recalls how Angelina and her school friends used to mock her because of her alleged visions, and many years later she was declared unfit to testify in her older sister's canonization process due to accusations of attempting profit from Gemma's reputation (and apparently, her relics).

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* Angelina Galgani, younger sister of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gemma_Galgani Saint Gemma Galgani]]. In her memoirs, Gemma recalls how Angelina and her school friends used to mock her because of her alleged visions, and many years later she was declared unfit to testify in her older sister's canonization process due to accusations of attempting to profit from Gemma's reputation (and apparently, her relics).
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** Also [[CuteBruiser Juliet]] to [[BadAss Butler]] in the first book, before she TookALevelInBadass.

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** Also [[CuteBruiser Juliet]] to [[BadAss Butler]] Butler in the first book, before she TookALevelInBadass.
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* ''Film/XMen'':

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* ''Film/XMen'':''Film/XMenFilmSeries'':
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