I'm actually not really sure where to start with this as far too many aspects of the little f*****'s attitude/behaviour make me angry. So, I'mma just list everything he does to p*** me off. My brother turns eighteen this year but may as well be turning twelve. He very rarely contributes around the house. Doesn't clean, wash dishes, doesn't hoover, doesn't even bring down his dirty laundry. But he does take out the garbage (sometimes) once a week - credit where it's due, right? He sleeps until five in the evening most days of the week and then either gets up and spends the next twelve hours on his Xbox (internet connection for which is paid for exclusively by me) or goes out with his friends to drink, drive or both. He has a learner's license but has stolen both my parents' cars multiple times without consequence. What I mean is, he's been shouted at for stealing them but nothing more. One time the Police even stopped him only to not bother to check his license nor the car's registration and let him go on his way. Honestly - the f***? He doesn't work, so, doesn't put any money back into the house for the food/electricity/gas he so voraciously consumes. He does, however, attend Kilmarnock College three times a week. Well, I say he does but only if he's in the mood to and only after my parents have spent an hour screaming at him to get out of bed; he doesn't set an alarm clock, you see, and relies purely on my parents waking him. On top of all of this, he treats my parents - especially my mother (couldn't give a f*** about my dad as he's just the older version of uselessness around here, but that's another matter) - like utter **** and me even worse. My mother cooks for him, does his washing and even gives him money despite the fact that he gets an EMA. He's also violent if he doesn't get his own way; kind of like a petulant six-year-old only one standing six-foot-two and with a decent punch on him who isn't afraid to prove it. But what's ****ing me off right now is the fact that he continually steals from me. Money. Straight from my wallet. His own f****** brother. Whatever's there he'll take it. I've been told countless times now to hide my wallet but, seriously, it's my house, too - my f****** stuff should be safe in here, there should be no reason for me to have to hide it. Yesterday I figured I'd leave a note inside my wallet, just a simple "KEEP OUT!" scralled on the back of a receipt. This morning I found the note underneath my wallet and the five pound note, which was inside it, gone. This ain't the first time and it'll likely not be the last. When asked, all he had to say was "Eh, how was it me? Awrite, whatever". In retaliation I could block his Xbox from accessing the internet through my router on grounds of "I pay for our broadband and he acts like an ****, why should I allow him access?" but he'd simply unplug my router and walk out the door with it. Seriously. To surmise: he's lazy, ignorant, violent, isn't interested in his future and a thief. If he were my kid, I'd chuck him out of the house but my parents won't hear anything like that but I know for a fact that if I were half as bad as he is my parents wouldn't think twice about it. After leaving school, I was told that if I didn't have a job, I wouldn't have a place to live. Shouldn't the same apply to him? Shouldn't his behaviour be brought into question with regards to his place in this house? I'm just at a loss.